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most fresh veg (as long as you eat it fairly quickly)
as is kitchen roll. fuck juan sheet
otherwise it wouldn't be fine
I'm sick of this shit on every single forum I go on.
good work. I hope your pride lasts the weekend.
Its rough and you end up using more anyway because its so thin and shit. I'll settle for own brand but not value. No way, Jose.
but the sainsbury's basics was actually okay. a real improvement.
I never used to think that, then I bought some of the good stuff and was amazed how terrible the cheap stuff was.
Also cheap toilet roll sucks
Je n'ai jamais utilisé de penser cela, mais j'ai acheté quelques bonnes choses et a été étonné de voir combien les choses terribles était pas cher.
En outre, le papier hygiénique pas cher c'est nul
but recently been turned by Jersey Gold. the full fat is like ice cream. yum. I sound like a girl
plus, you don't 'eat' milk? do you?
I've seen her eat it too.
Maybe she's not actually a girl :o(
You can get a pack of cheap ones for about 12p. I don't know why anyone would pay more.
but people throw them away as they get unhygenic.
Its the only thing you can get away with buying the value version of it.
what's it to be?
THere's no point having long lasting sponges or scrouers becayuse ytou should replace them regularly. Just get teh cheap pnes, innit.
the more expensive ones in my eyes are like £1 for a large nice scourer. That will last a month possibly. The other ones that are cheap lose their scouriness after a week and you throw them away. You're damaging the environment by buying more and throwing away more in the same time as you use one.
I use the 12p for 5 ones from asda or sainsburys, and they're still scouring well when I chuck them after a few weeks
you looking for a rise, mate?
but I will never fly ryanair again. Even if it means paying double to fly BA or whatever.
ryanair = physically and mentally scarring
jet2 = don't remember anything particularly bad, apart from having to fly from blackpool. only used them once though.
exactly the same. If you disagree, you'll find a pile of shit under your door.
it's not great, but it'll do
ce n'est pas grand, mais il aurez à faire
i do like gong to lovely cinemas. Ones where you can get a sofa together. I don't mind paying a wee bit more for that.
all I know is when Vue covered their existing seats with leather and called it VIP it simultaneously annoyed my left-wing principles (how dare they charge more overnight cos the seats happen to be in a good place) and my right-wing principles (they've cheapened the whole notion of VIP!)
There are quite a few in London that have sofas and blankets and stuff. Check out the Aubin Cinema if you're ever here. Thats good. Or Screen on the Green is good too!
mal-fed dirty scum
obscure, yep...but poundland do 25 for a quid. tesco...10 for a quid.
always tears when you pull it off
extra few pennies save my sanity
this and rice... (basmati is nicer but value long-grain is fine)
you just have to be quite careful with the timing - leave it in a few minutes too long and it turns into a gloopy blob. time it right and it's absolutely fine.
it tasted really stale
I prefer then to Heinz or Branston.
Milk, although I'd be wiling to pay more if it meant farmers could actually earn a living.
Books. I'd rather have ten second hand ones than one new one.
Tights. Primarks 40d 3 pairs for 2.50. They last longer than the M&S or boots versions.
Heinz 4 lyf
I can't afford £50 for good seats at the ballet. I can afford £20 with restricted view and/or cramped legs.
no, just no. They were almost unedible
to have the appearance of canal water
Whereas the stuff from a Shell station is like golden syrup.
Cheap stuff is fine though, despite the mental image described above, I assume it comes from the same refinery as the branded stuff. Although I do treat the car to the Shell stuff if I'm going on a long trip.
That 'Super Unleaded' can do one though.
superunleaded and premium diesel, whatever the fuck they are
Which, unless you have a flash car that is designed to use it, is an absolute waste of money.
Housemate at uni bought the Tesco Value ones. Fucking grim.
Middle-of-the-road ones are fine though - Had some M+S ones recently that were probably a bit better than the usual ones, but they needed about 45 minutes and probably cost far more than they should.
The standard level own brand stuff (about 60p) is fine, anything below that and it's basically just fizzy water.
I've bought 19p Tesco Value ketchup before and it was fine.
don't even bother arguing. you'd just sound silly.
16p Boots Value Health ones.
Only mugs pay full whack, it's all the same stuff.