valk_scot wrote: »
WHAT???? You can buy such things?????? How on earth can anyone be so *insert word of choice here* that they can't break an egg?
fabforty wrote: »
premium range food which cost and arm and a leg, £4 per day on starbucks, etc. I'm ashamed to admit that once (but only once, thank goodness) I even did a did my weekly grocery shop in Marks and Spencer - it's along story.
Now I'm shameless.
charlies-aunt wrote: »
I'm not embarassed about charity shop purchases, buying 'Basics' branded products etc as I make no pretence of being well heeled and I aren't ashamed of being less well off than some.
Having said that, I do wish that Sainsbuys et al would re-design the labelling of their 'basics' range though.
THIRZAH wrote: »
There used to be a pub in Manchester that specialised in bread and cheese lunches-you got about 8 oz of cheese on each plate-they had plastic bags on the counter with the salt, napkins etc
shazrobo wrote: »
i used to avoid charity shops, but have discoved them in the last couple of years, and had some great bargains, mainly books like new for myself, and branded sports wear for ds's.
food on the other hand has never been wasted, all leftovers are used the next day or frozen.
never taken food from a restaurant tho, i would find that embarrasing, maybe i should give it a go one day
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