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2 loaves of Hovis Bread for £1.00 @ Farm Foods

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7y, 2w agoFound 7 years, 2 weeks ago
Just popped into Farm Foods to grab some bread as they usually have a great deal of 2 Hovis for £1.50. Happy to see it is now 2 for just £1 so 50p per loaf. You can get the 'Best of Both, white or brown bread as part of the deal.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/569850/2x2litres-fresh-milk-1-50-farm-food

originally posted here along with milk
- SpecialK

Not in the thread title or OP description it wasn't. So it doesn't count. Stop being a tittybiscuit, SpecialK.
- Rubisco
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#1
What are 'loafs' btw?
#2
Shengis
What are 'loafs' btw?
dunno what you are talking about mate. I typed loaves :-D
#3
that has got to be the most confusing bit of English in the dictionary tho' 1 = loaf and 2 = loaves

mental
#4
MrBrit
dunno what you are talking about mate. I typed loaves :-D


:lol: ;-)

Voted hot anyway :)
#5
MrBrit
dunno what you are talking about mate. I typed loaves :-D


Only cos you changed it :p
banned#6
roofs is now standard spelling, loafs will be soon too. Dont get hung up on the English language as its a fluid thing.
#7
MrBrit
that has got to be the most confusing bit of English in the dictionary tho' 1 = loaf and 2 = loaves

mental


I find this more confusing:

1= dodecahedra

more than 1 dodecahedron

Bread i understand, but this: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dodecahedron:w00t:
#8
Shengis
What are 'loafs' btw?


loafs would be a verb........to loaf........he loafs about etc etc;-)
#9
muckypup
loafs would be a verb........to loaf........he loafs about etc etc;-)


So in effect, 2 rests for a £1 :lol:
#10
Shengis
So in effect, 2 rests for a £1 :lol:

:-D

I better vote cold then coz I loaf for nowt!!!:whistling:
#11
muckypup
:-D

I better vote cold then coz I loaf for nowt!!!:whistling:


Noooo, a few more degrees and it'll be a hot deal.
#12
sorry clicked spam by accident
#13
2 x 2 ltr milk for £1.50 aswell
#14
Shengis
Noooo, a few more degrees and it'll be a hot deal.

Aaah go on then.....heat added....I fancied some toast(the plural of which is toast and is also a verb!!:?)

:p
#15
MrBrit
that has got to be the most confusing bit of English in the dictionary tho' 1 = loaf and 2 = loaves

mental


No,more confusing is
1=Wife
2 or more = Wives
Who, in his right mind.............................:roll:

Although where I am in Scotland
1=Wifey
2 or more="C'mon,your having a laugh! More than 1 wifey?":w00t:
#16
Mascherano
roofs is now standard spelling, loafs will be soon too. Dont get hung up on the English language as its a fluid thing.


what is wrong with roofs? I don't get it.

Damn I just bought 3 loaves from Tesco for 57p each which were near expiry.
#17
Mascherano
roofs is now standard spelling, loafs will be soon too. Dont get hung up on the English language as its a fluid thing.


Damn right it is,text speak and slang prove it.
But I personally don't mind the 'Grammar Police' putting in an appearance,reminds me it came from somewhere,and that 26 letters and a few extra symbols and rules can keep us occupied for hours. :p
#18
Hot bread = toast.
#19
Robert21
No,more confusing is
1=Wife
2 or more = Wives
Who, in his right mind.............................:roll:

Although where I am in Scotland
1=Wifey
2 or more="C'mon,your having a laugh! More than 1 wifey?":w00t:


I always thought;

1 = Wife
2 or more = Bigamy
#20
hi bread and milk offers have already been posted previously by myself .these offeres both started today and are in all farmfoods stores




they are also selling hovis bread 800g 2 for £1 from sunday.previously 2 for £1.50.most other foodstores sell it for about £1.25 each
Last edited by SpecialK : 30-12-2009 at 20:12.
#21
maxtweenie
I always thought;

1 = Wife
2 or more = Bigamy


lol
#22
You beat me to this offer, i found it in the st helens store they had the best of both too :)
#23
Everyone wants a slice of this deal !!!!!!

Not a lot of dough for 2 loafs,loaves...whatever.

it looks like Farm Foods will make a good crust out of this offer, this deal is well and truly toasting


Thats all I can think of for now :-D
#24
maxtweenie
I always thought;

1 = Wife
2 or more = Bigamy


They don't have to be extant.:whistling:
#25
MrBrit
Everyone wants a slice of this deal !!!!!!

Not a lot of dough for 2 loafs,loaves...whatever.

it looks like Farm Foods will make a good crust out of this offer, this deal is well and truly toasting


Thats all I can think of for now :-D


The rest of us will have to make do with the crumbs..................
#26
maxtweenie
Bigamy


that is no way to talk about your wife Amy!!!:whistling:
#27
Mascherano
roofs is now standard spelling, loafs will be soon too. Dont get hung up on the English language as its a fluid thing.


What gets me the most is the amount of people on here who say "I brought some bread" rather than "I bought some bread" they are two totally different words goddamnit.
#28
jamesdew
What gets me the most is the amount of people on here who say "I brought some bread" rather than "I bought some bread" they are two totally different words goddamnit.


But they did brought some bread....they brought it from the shop to home.
banned#29
jamesdew
What gets me the most is the amount of people on here who say "I brought some bread" rather than "I bought some bread" they are two totally different words goddamnit.


Totally with you on that on, I'm astonished how many people (adults, too!) say brought when they mean bought. There's no excuse for it!
btw whats a bigamist?
a large italian fog
#30
pedroman
But they did brought some bread....they brought it from the shop to home.


nice on rofl

I tell you what, the grammar on hotUkDeals isn't anywhere near as bad as most Ebay users.

I once saw an advert for a ticket on Ebay that was advertised as a BOGOF and the seller stated that one person pays full price and their guessed gets in for free rofl rofl rofl
#31
pedroman
But they did brought some bread....they brought it from the shop to home.


sigh.... they *took* it home. Besides you know what I meant.
#32
Can confirm Deal. Bought 2 for £1 at Farm Foods in Weston Super Mare
#33
Rubisco
Now I am confused, I always thought that in Scots wife just meant woman, regardless of her marital status? :?


In the genteel world of Robert Robertson and "Call My Bluff",yes,Wifey does mean woman.

As a sign of the fluidity of language though consider the following explanations of the word from young people that use it.

"A REAL Lady, Not your only but your favourite, different from them hood rat chicks. Sexy in everyway possible, when she smiles it's sexy, even when she's mad at you it's sexy."
"Commonly used with girls to say how much their friends mean to them. Used instead of best friend or besty."
"a girl you care a lot about, she's more than just your girl."
"term used by boys and girls regardless, to distinguish a girl you love to death"
"WIFEY (why-fee) n - A female entitled to call his phone any time of the day or night, make herself at home at his home, occupy his free time, keep him out of trouble, defend him at all times even when he's not around! (and vice versa), make sure he's happy (because he does the same for her), have all of his attention."
"this means yo main girl you can have a lot of girls but yo wifey you gon treat her better then anybody she down for whatever she all ways gon be there for you"
#34
Great deal
#35
you can't mess with farmfoods!!heat n rep.
#36
zachary1000
you can't mess with farmfoods!!heat n rep.


Yes, if its good enough for Jim Royle...its good enough for me

Cheers mate :)
#37
Coming back to this.... The bread is actually quite mank tbh. Not a patch on Kingsmill :-(
banned#38
nice deal, but I love Warburtons Danish white:-D
#39
love the posts, and, gritted teeth, thought I'd found it first. It's a great deal folks!
#40
I didn't believe it but just back from Farmfoods and yes 2 loaves for £1, I normally pay £1.24 for a single loaf,

and the deal loaves had 5 day life on them.

White, Brown and Best of Both

J

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