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seriously, myspace know their target market.
It's just a stupid conspiracy. Like in that Czech film. You know the one. About the supermarket that isn't real. Well this is like that.
i'd love a grand to spend at lidl though. gosh just imagine all the lush bratwursts salamis and other german type things i could get for that money!
but nothing happens :(
Lidl ..."is the perfect supermarket to stock up your store cupboards and freezer with all your favourite goodies - as well as the day-to-day family foods that always disappear in no time?"
why the question mark?
as if it just took me ten minutes to brush my teeth! i should go to work.
es ist all eine grosse lustiger joker, you click on it and nothing happens and we laugh at you silly englische pig dog!
Aren't you just writing it phonetically? Whoosh! Bang! Boing!
You could feed the five thousand with that much.
I think it's hilarious the way many Brits look down their noses at it when the food is far better quality then the majority of the stuff they buy in Tesco, Sainsburys et al
In Germany there is no ridiculous supermarket class system, EVERYONE shops at Lidl from the surgeon to the street sweeper.
and the nearest Lidl is 1,500 miles away you learn to buy in bulk.
and interesting and cheap. hoorah!
some of the meats are the best processed meats i've ever eaten from a supermarket!
Lidl is a poor man's Aldi.
Given that Aldi is supposed to be a poor man's Aldi, that's pretty fucking impressively grim.
Lidl or Aldi?
Though they're both cheap as chips.
Lidl's just grotty, though.
Admittedly I have a bit of a soft spot for Aldi from summers spent in Germany as a child. Ahh, happy days.
they do sell alot of stuff cheaper than in a normal supermarket, but alot of the quality meat etc is still just as expensive
But after a binge on frikadellen, bratwurst, etc. in my first term at college I suddenly lost all interest in them.
Shame. I used to adore that shit.
because every time I've bought something there it's been crap quality and has not been worth the 10p I saved from buying it from Sainsbury's. I realise that this goes against the whole "poor hungry student" thing but so be it.
That said, I don't "look down" on anyone who shops there, I just prefer not to do so myself. But I find it hard to believe that you've found anything in LIDL that's better quality than from Sainsbury's, cause like I said, in my experience it's the other way around.
I find Lidl is invariably better quality.
I realise you're not a Brit, but, Brits are stupendously snobbish about supermarkets. I seriously rate Lidl, yes, there are certain items that I buy elsewhere, I'll even go to Waitrose for some things, particularly if I'm cooking for someone special, but, generally Lidl rocks.
For bread, meat, noodles, pasta and most drinks it's superb and certainly helps my money go a lot further.
Plus they have sexy Polish cashiers with lip rings and 'come hither' eyes.
And just to let you know that as we speak, Lidl are preparing to pack up and leave Norway cause no one likes them. VICTORY.
I only know of one Netto actually, which is right across the street from my best friend's house.
I went in there and it was really horrible.
I saw this beer that said SUPER STRENGTH BEER. I thought that would be good get me right pissed so I bought some (It was 35c a can) and lugged it through the desert shrub of Eastern Spain, left it sitting around in the camp site so it got boiling hot then decided to drink it before we went out.
It was then that I discovered that SUPER STRENGTH meant 9.2%. I had bought Lidl Special Brew. And now it was boiling hot. It was fucking hideous. I gave it all to this pikey Scouse bloke camped near us who was trying to pike drinks off of us.
Oh well I only spent 2 euro on it
the look they were going for was 'Immediate aftermath of UN aid drop'.
Or is it some kind of urban myth?
and its nice
go to the one in taunton before minehead atp
I love Lidl, its all about 'Coffee 'n' Milk' or 'Cake'
used to advertise "HALF PRICE FRUIT & VEG" when it started going mouldy - i.e. every week. Most people seemed to make a beeline for the cheap Port but i suppose it was Scotland - you can't deep fry a cucumber.
very like the real coca cola stuff. no nasty cheap cola taste. amazing!