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Had to go to Lidl's last night as it was the only place open but the stuff in there looked quite nice, all German i think.

 

And when i paid for my stuff the geezer on the til said i could take what i wanted from the back shelf. They had breakfast packs, bread, crumpets, pancakes, biscuits etc that were all in date for another week or so. I filled my boots like, might go back tonight as well see what I can score for free!

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Sounds like an euphanism for something far dodgier if you ask me :lol:

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One of the lads at work is always bringing in weird and wonderful foodstuffs from the Lidl in Wrekenton and it's all good. The chocolate is indeed very nice :lol:

 

They apparently also seel very good plants :lol:

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One of the lads at work is always bringing in weird and wonderful foodstuffs from the Lidl in Wrekenton and it's all good.  The chocolate is indeed very nice :nufc:

 

They apparently also seel very good plants  :lol:

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Does exactly what it says on the tin! :lol:

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One of the lads at work is always bringing in weird and wonderful foodstuffs from the Lidl in Wrekenton and it's all good.  The chocolate is indeed very nice :icon_lol:

 

They apparently also seel very good plants  :nufc:

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Does exactly what it says on the tin! :lol:

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Ahhhhhhhhh shaddap! :nufc::lol:

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http://www.lidl.co.uk/C1256C790050C7BC/ima...e/06_2903_b.jpg

 

Peado-tastic!

 

We used to live opposite a lidl in the student days, but never really went there because there was always only one person on the tills and the queues would be there for farking hours. Bulk buying of juices and mineral water, along with their ham and cheese offerings were made on weekday mornings though.

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best place for meats and fresh fruit/veg is the Market, always has been. Especially if you get there nearer to closing time and you pick up some fantastic bargains. Occassionally you're buying stuff that you pretty much have to eat that night, but generally it's good quality and cheap.

 

You do have to play dodge the pikey with the pram, but there's enough "Gold Jewlry" (sic) and hair extension stalls to keep them out of your way.

 

I usually go to Morrissons for other stuff, it's not cheaper, better quality or anything useful like that, it's purely convenience. ASDA, Safeway and Sainsbury's require a car journey and as I'm not driving at the minute, it's a bit tricky.

 

 

When I'm in Newcastle I go to the Uber-Tesco's at Kingston Park if I'm out and about in the car anyway, or the Sainsburys at Monkseaton if I'm vegetating.

 

I used to eat loads of ready meals and canned stuff, but I've got the taste for fresh stuff now and I don't intend on returning to the dark side.

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Aye but the Dubs do it in their own special way.

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One thing you can't beat anywhere in the world, that I know of, is the sense of humour in Ireland (and the UK). People are generally soft as shite on the continent; can't take a slagging at all.

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