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Discussion in 'General Off Topic Discussion' started by Muller, Nov 6, 2019.
For me it’s Tesco.
@johnnyT shops at Waitrose because he’s a Tory.
Aldi. Everywhere else over here is overpriced.
Sounds like it sells guns...
Markies. For regular shopping I quite like Morrison's.
I think they used to... I haven't seen any at the one I shop at. But basically they are the only store that isn't Walmart that has survived the rise of Amazon, which is an impressive feat! I also quite like their store-brand offerings. Good quality at a reduced price.
Lidl, especially the Bakery section.
Does it sell groceries? I’ve been to Walmart when I went Disney years ago but never been to Target only seen it in movies and always thought it was a sports clothing store
The right answer is Aldi
you went to disney PMSL
When I was like 10. Good times.
I dont go supermarkets anymore i support local shops.
Ok so i live in the middle of nowhere these days but i quite like a chat with my local butcher or ironmonger to pass the day.
Im normally go by horse to the shops as well.
Just realised why you’re such a prick all the time.
It has a bit of everything, sans produce I think, depending on the store. I life next to a farmers market so I buy my produce from there.
Aldi is good too, but it's a bit further out of reach for me.
What you on about lad?
They’re all pretty similar tbh.
@Shane shops in the whoopsie aisle at Netto to compensate for his £40k watch collection.
Morrisons mainly cos I like the food in the Cafe.
Disney is fantastic.