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that is all
but still a little overpriced
at the Nick Cave thing at the Palace Theatre at the weekend. FUCK. ME.
there's some kind of quadratic equation there isn't there?
3x + y = 31.5
This would mean the beer must have been over £4.50. I don't know if it was a pint or a bottle.
maths GCSE was a LONG time ago
that would require two different equations with the same unknown variables.
i think i meant you'd need a simultaneous equation though... but still :)
£8 seems excessive. it is in Sweden tho.
There's a £6 sexy lady tax?
If bread was made of fish and seal it'd be 30 pence.
i mean sweden is expensive you numskulls.
what kind of bread was it?
of Mr Vain fame
I'm staying out of town for the week and the only shop within walking distance is this famous bakery thats been here since 1902 so I figured if I'm going to buy expensive bread I might as well buy the best loaf they have
I'm going to make some leek and potato soup to continue the occasion
kill me now
That's a whole lotta bread.
I'm going to make some roast lamb sandwiches for my lunch
this is good. dont ruin it with any normal butter either. get some of the good shit. flora and shit
these sandwiches are all kinds of awesome
is worth the money..But still seems excessive for bread!
for just over £18 I got bread, milk, ham, cheese, margarine, squash, two punnets of plums, a paper, some nice soup, two 500g bags of pasta, two fresh pasta sauces, a cucumber and a big box of corn flakes.
I don't even know if this was good business but at the moment it seems like AMAZING value for money. Bread should never cost £8, I can't begin to imagine what it must taste like but by god it better be revolutionary at that price.
What does a basic loaf of bread cost in Sweden?