Tuesday, 20 December 2016

HURRY NOW WHILE STOCKS LAST!


Get your arses down to Waitrose now and grab this bargain! A little pot of Greek yoghurt reduced from £1 to a mere 99p!!!!

Don't you just LOVE Waitrose??????????????

24 comments:

  1. Haha !!! What a bargain.... the pound in your pocket will go SO much further now !!! XXXX

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    1. Take care of the pennies and... well, who cares?

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  2. Waitrose....."an oasis of calm in a stormy world"

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    1. You're coming over all philosophical all of a sudden - so long as you don't come all over me, that's ok.

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    2. I just want to live in a happy world...( .real or virtual)

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  3. I wish you would change the clock here. 2x 49.5 makes 99 so it was wrong in the first place.

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    1. You're the reason my clock is wrong.

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    2. Well tonight you can rejoice in how much you succeeded in annoying me.

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  4. If you buy 99 of them, you will have saved 99 p total. This will allow you to get another tub of yogurt, basically for free! If it's too much yogurt, you could apply it like a mud-pack. Might do wonders for the skin?

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    1. It's worth - as Jack@ points out - opening a thrush clinic.

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    1. Or a Smoothie bar? For thrushes? With berries?

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  6. That is an amusing sale price. What sort of price would be a good sale price for that brand of yoghurt? My local grocery market, the Fairway, "like no other market," often sells Chobani and the like at 4 four $5, which is slightly better than usual. I like Greek yoghurt much better in summer than now when the temperature is below freezing. Maybe now's the time for a real yoghurt sale?

    Best wishes.

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    1. 50p might make it worth buying. This is an in-house, own-brand, but Waitrose is not especially known for bargains, unless the food is within hours of being illegal to sell.

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  7. You can tell it's Christmas when such bargains abound. I received a speeding fine through the post yesterday; that's how you know it's Christmas over here. The policeman's beer fund needs augmenting.

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    1. Speeding in a little car like yours in rural France and you got caught? They must be desperate.

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    1. Gwil might have beaten you to it by catching a plane and coming here for the savings.

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  9. So ridiculous & worth the photo alone.

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    1. I accidentally took five photos, so there's plenty to spare.

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