I can safely say that I will never, ever buy a pre-packaged bag of fruit as part of my lunctime meal deal.
why wouldn't you buy one of those?
I have access to my own hands, water, and a knife, so there's no need to pay someone to chop and wash my food for me.
get nice actual fresh fruit for the same price or less.
just stuff i'm allergic to but even then i sometimes buy them for other people because i'm always offering to get stuff at shops
What is the point
for your health
has his own mill
why wouldn't you buy ice cubes?
Is he saying that he's go enough ice trays for a party? No fucking way.
or if he does, enough guests to need more than one ice tray.
It's easy to make a whole bagful yourself in a day.
they melt really quickly, you have to fanny about with trays of water splashing about the place. Buy a massive bag for about a quid, they last ages and sort you right out for a party. If you make them yourself you would probably need a tenner's worth of ice cube trays to start with.
okay, now - ladies?
rustlers microwave burgers etc
Calgon. Washing machines may live longer with Calgon, but how much would you spend on Calgon in a lifetime compared to that saved on worn out washing machines which could have been saved by using it? I'd rather take my chances ta.
one of my relatives seems to use it in every meal, corned beef pies, sandwiches with thick chunks of it. It is like dog food. Better than spam I suppose, that is inedible.
with a packet of Fusion blades - £15 (fifteen!)!!!
but they are great. Aren't pilchards just big sardines?
Anything with Jamie Oliver's/Lloyd Grossman's/Ainsley Harriott's face on it.
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