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Nice taunt topic this time that can't get out of hand
What is your favourite supermarket?
this was so predictable.
Not that I'm hating, I like Sainsbury's
for online stuff
...but i'd rather chew my own arm off than rely on them for an IRL big shop
is probably my favourite supermarket ever
Dur-dur. Dur-dur, dur-dur-dur
I can't afford to shop there much, but the food is lush, the fruit and veg is usually fairly local and the aisles are wide enough that I don't want to commit supermarket suicide after 3 minutes of being in there.
And they give you green tokens to donate towards local good causes.
and they have loads of stuff thats not in the normal supermarkets. I could walk around waitrose for ages just looking at all the little things that are new to me!
Rich people seem to eat copious amounts of food with cream, fat, butter and sugar in. Why aren't they all dead by the time they're 35?
I bet they all have gout though. Bamos had gout, didn't he? I reckon he therefore shops at Waitrose.
Its all very rich and fattening but thats what makes it so decadent therefore bringing in the rich people!
Tesco give you clubcard points and they can be turned into Air Miles so I always try to spend money at Tesco.
it's my favourite supermarket for sure. but for big shops tesco/sainsburys are more affordable therefore better
because it's just around the corner from me. but there's that atmosphere about it which can be pretty annoying.
Aisle 1: Pies and Tins
Aisle 2: Pies and Tins
Aisle 3: Pies and Tins
Aisle 4: Pies and Tins
Aisle 18: Pies and Tins
Aisle 19: Foreign Muck
Aisle 20: Pies and Tins
for a real big shop
My life and general disposition significantly improved when I decided to never shop there again and started walking the extra 15 minutes to Tesco about a month ago.
1- It's cheap
2- They have a good cider and lager selection. They have brothers and tusker in my nearest one
Negatives - It's like shopping in the 90s
The aisles are just big enough for a person with a basket
We loved it so much we went out of our way to shop there even though it was miles away and Burton had four supermarkets and was much nearer. Fucking love the place.
None of this homeware & electrical goods distraction malarkey.
Lidl/Aldi/Netto is like going back to the 80s.
...which is no bad thing. Free boxes after the tils innit. Useful.
In May 2010, Netto announced the sale of all UK stores to Asda in a £778 million deal. The stores will continue to trade as Netto stores until mid-2011, when Asda plans to integrate the stores into its new supermarkets division for shops smaller than 25,000 square feet (2,300 m2).
for specific cheap bits
for everyday stuff inbetween the odd big shop
thanks to them i had my most middle class moment ever - having a bit of socialist banter with the driver when helping him up with the shopping then having a little strop later when i realised they'd given me regular instead of organic courgette.
But I couldn't find it on the website and didn't want to look stupid so I said nothing
I love that you did some research.
*creates Kerry Katona alt*
Or have they already been made into Co-Ops now?
"the Co-operative conversion programme is nearly finished and Somerfield has all but disappeared from the high street with just a 1% share left in the market"
what's with all the _____way shops closing? Something to do with kids taunting their mums with _____gay jokes? Is that why Bummerfield is gonna be gone too?