to think this is pretty shit. Greggs sausage rolls related...

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TheSecondComing Thu 24-Jan-13 13:24:09

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TrampyPants Thu 24-Jan-13 21:24:09

Nilby thank you.

Buttered pasta? Fucking hell!

I'm with TSC, I'm shocked and saddened at some of the hoitiness on this thread.

TeaJunky Thu 24-Jan-13 21:25:15

I STILL think TSC is having a larf


TeaJunky Thu 24-Jan-13 21:27:26

What what , what hoitiness?

I've missed loads ain't I blush

TheSecondComing Thu 24-Jan-13 21:29:43

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TeaJunky Thu 24-Jan-13 21:34:53

TSC I luffs you and ya hanging bags of oats and honey hives euphemisms

MrsKeithRichards Thu 24-Jan-13 21:39:21

Anyway this argument is totally null and void. Have none of you ever even been in Iceland? You can buy frozen greggs sausage rolls, 4 for the princely sum of £1.50that you can cook whenever the fancy may take you!

Suburban Thu 24-Jan-13 22:12:43

I don't get this.

Yes multi buy offers take advantage of people and get them to buy more and on the case of food consume more than they necessarily want/need to but it's not only/always on junk food.

I find the greengrocers and fruit and veg market the absolute worst for this. Nothing is priced individually and quantities are enormous. Would much rather have bought 1 Mango for 20p than the 5 for £1 I bought today, but that's not the offer.

Astley Fri 25-Jan-13 09:06:19

Right can I report back that after eadng this thread, last night I made soup for the first time grin

Carrot and potato, not rerribly exciting, but add some cream and it looks good. Lunch time will reveal if it's actually any good....

theodorakisses Fri 25-Jan-13 11:20:39

secondcoming, this would make about 12 greggs size sausage rolls

fuzzpig Fri 25-Jan-13 11:47:12

I do think education is the key to improving diet but I agree that pricing is very manipulative.

FirstTimeForEverything Fri 25-Jan-13 11:49:44

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theodorakisses Fri 25-Jan-13 12:53:12

Here's some irony. Just got back from shopping in the expat's favourite supermarket in Doha. Iceland microwave chips, kebabs and deep fry chips, all stamped with the Iceland £1 price, all in excess of £5! Great, expensive cheap food.

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