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today we leave behind the world of ritual and the arcane... for the bustling everyday scene of ....the shop.

you may wish to include computer shopping ( on the line i think the young folk call it ) :shakecane:.....

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Hello Trolley

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yes i know i used this pun for the air travel game... but it's a cracker :rofl:




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The Spar Who Loved Me

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Bond finds lurve with a cute check-out honey at his local mini-mart
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A View To A Deal
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Amazon Is Not Enough
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The Discount of Monte Cristo

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Gripping tale about cut-throat competition amongst shops on a small Mediterranean Island in the Napoleonic Era
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Bring Me the EDLP of Alfredo Garcia

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AG was well known for his astute retail practices, including Every Day Low Pricing
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Picnic at Hanging Rack

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it is 1900. some soft focus schoolgirls are enjoying an indoor al fresco lunch in the clothing department of Buckley & Nunn's, Melbourne. They try not to get foodage onto the neatly hung ladies' wear
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A Parka Zips Now

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back in the day clothing stores only sold cold weather garments fastened with buttons. things have moved on now
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(Original post by Blue_Cow)
A View To A Deal :007:
a cracker !!

https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.n...1F8921A8550F6/

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Amazon Is Not Enough
not bad

morning cow :wavey:

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To All The Shops I Used to Love
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Closed Forever - Lewis Capaldi
Attention Shoppers - Charlie Puth
Bring it All Back to the till - S Club 7
Chasing Stolen Cars - Snow Patrol
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Shopping On My Own - Calum Scott
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All Coats Are Off


(instead of "bets" lol)
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Goldentill [James Bond ventures into a supermarket]

Carry on up the Precinct

Lord of the Rings; the two trolleys

Lord of the Rings; the return of the Kwicksave

Sorry, my brain is not co-operating today
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A Bridge to Spar tells the story of a community split by a new bypass, whose members campaign to have a footbridge built so that residents cut off from the shops can get their groceries safely. Heartwarming.

The Outlaw Knows His Sales is a story of how a police force is kept busy chasing a robber who targets shops during sale time. Does he have inside knowledge? Is he just a bargain hunter?

The Aisle is a frightening 2019 horror film in which three lonely people are locked into a supermarket at night. All is not lovely in the canned goods aisle.

Deep Float is a cautionary tale for shopkeepers who keep too much cash in the till. Explicit.

The Englishman Who Went to the Till and Put a Large Amount In is a low-key British movie in whch Hugh Grant plays a generous benefactor who saves the corner shop in a small Welsh village from bankruptcy.

Closing Counters of the Furred Kind tells the story of a group of activists who launch a campaign to prevent sales of animal products in the shops of their city.
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(Original post by Muttley79)
Sorry, my brain is not co-operating today
But it Asda be. It's the only Safeway to Currys favour in this PC-World.
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The Trammps - Tesco Inferno
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A Bridge to Spar tells the story of a community split by a new bypass, whose members campaign to have a footbridge built so that residents cut off from the shops can get their groceries safely. Heartwarming.

The Outlaw Knows His Sales is a story of how a police force is kept busy chasing a robber who targets shops during sale time. Does he have inside knowledge? Is he just a bargain hunter?

The Aisle is a frightening 2019 horror film in which three lonely people are locked into a supermarket at night. All is not lovely in the canned goods aisle.

Deep Float is a cautionary tale for shopkeepers who keep too much cash in the till. Explicit.

The Englishman Who Went to the Till and Put a Large Amount In is a low-key British movie in whch Hugh Grant plays a generous benefactor who saves the corner shop in a small Welsh village from bankruptcy.

Closing Counters of the Furred Kind tells the story of a group of activists who launch a campaign to prevent sales of animal products in the shops of their city.
Deep Float deserves a https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.n...1F8921A8550F6/ all on its own

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But it Asda be. It's the only Safeway to Currys favour in this PC-World.
:awesome: i'm glad i decided to Check Out this post

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The Trammps - Tesco Inferno
https://steamuserimages-a.akamaihd.n...1F8921A8550F6/

back of the Netto !!

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