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PostPosted: Tue Dec 07, 2010 11:56 pm 
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just thought it would please me slightly

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Please tell more.

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Have they sold out of Gay Times again?

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what did i miss?


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JBs shopping by the sounds of it. I'm making you up a rescue shoe box with some tins of beans and toothpaste.

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I'm sending you an envelope full of snow. It should be drinking water by the time it gets to you.

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dust n diesel wrote:
I'm sending you an envelope full of snow. It should be drinking water by the time it gets to you.

If it looks like lemonade dont drink it. :o

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Welcome to the world of global super companies. Now you know why I hate them so much. Faceless corporations that exist not to provide you with a service but to line the pockets of their board members. No other reason. They control what you buy, when you buy it and even how you pay for it.

They ar so big they can do what the f*** they please, and you are so small they know there is nothing you can do that will hurt them.

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Put popping a freshly crimped tud in a Jiffy bag to them will still be satisfying.

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Why not just drive to the shops and get it yourself, like everyone else does? I know it's Asda, but when you've actually been side an Asda you will suddenly feel much better about yourself. It's like therapy only you come home with your shopping

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Why not just drive to the shops and get it yourself, like everyone else does? I know it's Asda, but when you've actually been side an Asda you will suddenly feel much better about yourself. It's like therapy only you come home with your shopping

When you pay a company for a service which THEY offer and they don't deliver (literally), why the f*ck should you have to collect the stuff yourself ?

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Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Why not just drive to the shops and get it yourself, like everyone else does? I know it's Asda, but when you've actually been side an Asda you will suddenly feel much better about yourself. It's like therapy only you come home with your shopping

When you pay a company for a service which THEY offer and they don't deliver (literally), why the f*ck should you have to collect the stuff yourself ?


Cos I have a car and am quite capable of getting my own shopping

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The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Why not just drive to the shops and get it yourself, like everyone else does? I know it's Asda, but when you've actually been side an Asda you will suddenly feel much better about yourself. It's like therapy only you come home with your shopping

When you pay a company for a service which THEY offer and they don't deliver (literally), why the f*ck should you have to collect the stuff yourself ?


Cos I have a car and am quite capable of getting my own shopping

Must be nice to have so much free time, plus you only have to buy meals for one, JB has to do a family shop.
You have to account for dragging the kids about the shop, getting into town, etc, etc.
Thats why the service is so handy.

Every year I order a hamper from Fortnum and Masons and I guarantee they will deliver it on time, every time.
Thats real service.

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The Pretender wrote:
Lord Muck wrote:
The Pretender wrote:
Why not just drive to the shops and get it yourself, like everyone else does? I know it's Asda, but when you've actually been side an Asda you will suddenly feel much better about yourself. It's like therapy only you come home with your shopping

When you pay a company for a service which THEY offer and they don't deliver (literally), why the f*ck should you have to collect the stuff yourself ?


Cos I have a car and am quite capable of getting my own shopping


i will let you take my 3 young uns next time you go see how capable you are then :wink:

we use them because its 12 miles each way to the nearest supermarket and if you go on a saturday its chaos , sunday is better but it eats away at family time

and if you order online you get what you need and not a heap of crap on buy one get 7 free or whatever

in the light of above £5 seems cheap

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