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6 Eggs only 50p at Asda

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Half a dozen Asda Smartprice eggs (from caged hens) only 50p. Class A - Lion Quality - "All Asda Fresh eggs come from units approved by and operating to the BEIC Lion Quality Code of Practice. Eggs a… Read More
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Half a dozen Asda Smartprice eggs (from caged hens) only 50p.
Class A - Lion Quality - "All Asda Fresh eggs come from units approved by and operating to the BEIC Lion Quality Code of Practice. Eggs are naturally nutrient rich providing 13 nutrients."

You may prefer to buy free-range but for 50p these taste fine to me :-)
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#1
Hot from me!
#2
Why is this cold? - Where can I buy half a dozen eggs cheaper?
#3
Good price but I'd rather spend another 50p and get free range.
Iceland do 6 large free range eggs for £1 and Aldi do 6 x medium for 99p
Heat added nevertheless, as I'm not so stupid to vote cold just because I only have free range.
#4
Hot !:thumbsup: xxx
#5
Iceland do 6 large free range eggs for £1


If you care for the chickens don't buy large eggs. They are force-grown through feed supplements (even free range) and hurt the chickens.
#6
If you walked past a caged hen and the owner asked 50p for its eggs..would you pay up?
I saw a performing bear in China... it looked good to me so I paid £50.... is that the sort of thing you would say?
#7
BeeKeeper
Why is this cold? - Where can I buy half a dozen eggs cheaper?

Not everything in life comes down to price. Voted cold.
banned#8
Snomaes
Not everything in life comes down to price. Voted cold.


When it's only chicken/eggs then it really doesn't matter.
banned#9
12 eggs for a £1 @ Iceland
#10
Snomaes
Not everything in life comes down to price. Voted cold.


Errrr, on a deals website i think you might find it does. :?
#11
smashed
If you walked past a caged hen and the owner asked 50p for its eggs..would you pay up?
I saw a performing bear in China... it looked good to me so I paid £50.... is that the sort of thing you would say?


If it was cheaper than the £60 the other bear performer was charging then it was a DEAL. This site is about deals not morals. I choose free range eggs but I don't think it's my job to tell other people what they should choose.
#12
I'm sorry but i couldn't eat eggs - even if they are cheap - from a caged hen kept in those conditions - it's one thing i don't mind paying a few pence more for
#13
pet2000
If you care for the chickens don't buy large eggs. They are force-grown through feed supplements (even free range) and hurt the chickens.


Utter Cobblers! You must be a Daily Mail reader!!! :x

Our Chickens wander around the farm, laying eggs at their free will and they're bigggggg eggs. If you want to buy free range, DON'T go down to Iceland, Netto etc....Go & support your local farm & buy from there.
#14
Keri
I'm sorry but i couldn't eat eggs - even if they are cheap - from a caged hen kept in those conditions - it's one thing i don't mind paying a few pence more for


You have never eaten a egg from a caged hen??
#15
if anyone thinks the image of commercial free range is a fat healthy hen in a field of buttercups , think again.

thousands of hens in cramped conditions, physical damage due to attempted pecking orders,
very few venture out and when they do it's only into muddy field.
Antibiotics and additives in the feed and they are all slaughtered after 13 months.
I know , I live next to one.

get your eggs from a local smallholding
#16
Meat is murder and an egg is an unfertilised chicken foetus :shock: your eating :shock:

HOT from me on price not ethics :thumbsup:
#17
Ozzie;6798888
if anyone thinks the image of commercial free range is a fat healthy hen in a field of buttercups , think again.

thousands of hens in cramped conditions, physical damage due to attempted pecking orders,
very few venture out and when they do it's only into muddy field.
Antibiotics and additives in the feed and they are all slaughtered after 13 months.
I know , I live next to one.

get your eggs from a local smallholding

wow! so many mistakes in one post it beggers belief
#18
big-boy
Meat is murder and an egg is an unfertilised chicken foetus :shock: your eating :shock:

HOT from me on price not ethics :thumbsup:


kinda but eggs are in most things....... u avoid all egg containing products? :?
#19
6 eggs for 50p!! NO YOKE!! (someone had to say it .....didn't they??)
banned#20
wiitard
Utter Cobblers! You must be a Daily Mail reader!!! :x

Our Chickens wander around the farm, laying eggs at their free will and they're bigggggg eggs. If you want to buy free range, DON'T go down to Iceland, Netto etc....Go & support your local farm & buy from there.


large eggs do hurt the chickens its a fact just like a 10lb baby hurt women more then giving birth to a 7lb baby

Keri
I'm sorry but i couldn't eat eggs - even if they are cheap - from a caged hen kept in those conditions - it's one thing i don't mind paying a few pence more for


most people like you eat eggs from caged hens, they are in a vast amount of products, they are they eggs that most resturants and cafes use, it is impossible to say you dont eat them unless you just eat veg and salad
#21
wiitard
Utter Cobblers! You must be a Daily Mail reader!!! :x

Our Chickens wander around the farm, laying eggs at their free will and they're bigggggg eggs. If you want to buy free range, DON'T go down to Iceland, Netto etc....Go & support your local farm & buy from there.


I totally agree, yes some places do feed the chicken additives etc but why not support your local farms, where you can see the evidence... chickens roaming around on their own accord with no additives and the eggs are still big - THe chickens are healthy and happy.

daz1981
large eggs do hurt the chickens its a fact just like a 10lb baby hurt women more then giving birth to a 7lb baby


Oh dear.. every woman is different, one may struggle giving birth to a 7lb baby one may find it easy.... depends on how many kids you've had, your size. you cant compare women to chicken, FOOL

I also hate eggs.... i dont like the taste smell , fried eggs knock me sick. But i eat bread and cake etc.... you cant taste the egg in that so thats what Keri meant.

I voted hot because of the price but i always buy free range, for those who dont then this is a fab deal. By telling people its not right etc, is not going to make them stop buying it, its not going to make the supermarkets stop selling them so why bother? I prefer my eggs hatched
#22
just to lighten the mood a little...When is a caged chicken not a caged chicken?...... When its in the oven
banned#23
Smaybelline
I totally agree, yes some places do feed the chicken additives etc but why not support your local farms, where you can see the evidence... chickens roaming around on their own accord with no additives and the eggs are still big - THe chickens are healthy and happy.



Oh dear.. every woman is different, one may struggle giving birth to a 7lb baby one may find it easy.... depends on how many kids you've had, your size. you cant compare women to chicken, FOOL

I also hate eggs.... i dont like the taste smell , fried eggs knock me sick. But i eat bread and cake etc.... you cant taste the egg in that so thats what Keri meant.

I voted hot because of the price but i always buy free range, for those who dont then this is a fab deal. By telling people its not right etc, is not going to make them stop buying it, its not going to make the supermarkets stop selling them so why bother? I prefer my eggs hatched



hey hey hey whos a fool i voted hot, i agree every woman is different but you cant tell me a 10lb baby is the same as giving birth to a 7lb baby you fool i guarantee i know more about it then you do, ok i agree some woman are easy and put it about alot but the 3lb difference in weight still makes a difference. dont go sticking your noise in when you dont know nowt geese some women:-D
personally i dont think child birth hurts at all but then woman dont have the pain threshold men have hunny
banned#24
as frankie says when i buy a chicken i want the first bit of light it sees to be the light in the back of my oven:thumbsup:
#25
littld
If it was cheaper than the £60 the other bear performer was charging then it was a DEAL. This site is about deals not morals. I choose free range eggs but I don't think it's my job to tell other people what they should choose.

Well said! And agreed.
#26
wiitard
Utter Cobblers! You must be a Daily Mail reader!!! :x

Our Chickens wander around the farm, laying eggs at their free will and they're bigggggg eggs. If you want to buy free range, DON'T go down to Iceland, Netto etc....Go & support your local farm & buy from there.

Can't imagine your comment will go down well on here - you obviously know your subject!
#27
Keri
I'm sorry but i couldn't eat eggs - even if they are cheap - from a caged hen kept in those conditions - it's one thing i don't mind paying a few pence more for

Simple solution - don't buy them then! There, that wasn't difficult was it?

Actually, I choose free range too but I don't feel the need to preach to others, especially on a deals site.
#28
Smaybelline




Oh dear.. every woman is different, one may struggle giving birth to a 7lb baby one may find it easy.... depends on how many kids you've had, your size. you cant compare women to chicken, FOOL


I voted hot because of the price but i always buy free range, for those who dont then this is a fab deal. By telling people its not right etc, is not going to make them stop buying it, its not going to make the supermarkets stop selling them so why bother? I prefer my eggs hatched

Remind me not to eat large babies!
banned#29
Besford;6801080
Remind me not to eat large babies!


Besford;6801059
Simple solution - don't buy them then! There, that wasn't difficult was it?

Actually, I choose free range too but I don't feel the need to preach to others, especially on a deals site.


Besford;6801030
Can't imagine your comment will go down well on here - you obviously know your subject!


Besford;6801024
Well said! And agreed.

try and use the multi-quote buttons! :-D
#30
Besford
Remind me not to eat large babies!


Wasnt me that mentioned babies first......

daz1981
large eggs do hurt the chickens its a fact just like a 10lb baby hurt women more then giving birth to a 7lb baby



daz1981
hey hey hey whos a fool i voted hot, i agree every woman is different but you cant tell me a 10lb baby is the same as giving birth to a 7lb baby you fool i guarantee i know more about it then you do, ok i agree some woman are easy and put it about alot but the 3lb difference in weight still makes a difference. dont go sticking your noise in when you dont know nowt geese some women:-D
personally i dont think child birth hurts at all but then woman dont have the pain threshold men have hunny


And you'd know more than me because........? Some women can stretch more and have a higher pain threshold than others, some people have pain relief that helps and some people struggle and find the pain relief doesn't help. What the hell does this have to do with chickens..... women give birth to a tiny human being not an egg
banned#31
Smaybelline
Wasnt me that mentioned babies first......






And you'd know more than me because........? Some women can stretch more and have a higher pain threshold than others, some people have pain relief that helps and some people struggle and find the pain relief doesn't help. What the hell does this have to do with chickens..... women give birth to a tiny human being not an egg


its the same concept the larger the object the more it will hurt in the majority of cases it may be differant with those lancashire lassies but the concept is the same bigger the egg more pain and stress for the chicken. i have 4 midwifes in my family i myself have delivered 2 babies and been at the birth of 8
#32
daz1981
its the same concept the larger the object the more it will hurt in the majority of cases it may be differant with those lancashire lassies but the concept is the same bigger the egg more pain and stress for the chicken. i have 4 midwifes in my family i myself have delivered 2 babies and been at the birth of 8


Hahahaha.... Lancashire lasses. Im 22 and live with my fiance, we have been together since i was 17 and we have been engaged for 12 months. He is the first person (if you know what i mean) so i dont have a clue what your on about when you refer to lancashire lasses cos thats not me. END OF CONVERSATION. :thumbsup:
banned#33
Smaybelline
Hahahaha.... Lancashire lasses. Im 22 and live with my fiance, we have been together since i was 17 and we have been engaged for 12 months. He is the first person (if you know what i mean) so i dont have a clue what your on about when you refer to lancashire lasses cos thats not me. END OF CONVERSATION. :thumbsup:


there is always some that arnt as bad:thumbsup:
#34
daz1981
there is always some that arnt as bad:thumbsup:


BOO! LMFAO

I was just reading some posts on a Nolan concert I missed ...luckily I aint Scottish and was at home lol.....the minute I read the post by u I was laughing my socks off and I mean it was a proper belly chuckle lol.....then I said to Jake it's only you thats made me laugh like that on here n then read your posts n anwers n YEAHHHHHH I'm right ....Hiya lol :-D
#35
daz1981
as frankie says when i buy a chicken i want the first bit of light it sees to be the light in the back of my oven:thumbsup:

daz1981
large eggs do hurt the chickens its a fact just like a 10lb baby hurt women more then giving birth to a 7lb baby

You really are a complete....! So you don't like big eggs? But you don't mind putting one in the oven...Trust me Chickens prefer to lay BIG eggs than to have their necks ringed.....


[QUOTE=daz1981] i have 4 midwifes in my family i myself have delivered 2 babies and been at the birth of 8

Ohhh....You must be a complete hero in your village!! Why are you delivering babies if you have a family full of midwifery?
banned#36
wiitard;6807753
[QUOTE=daz1981]large eggs do hurt the chickens its a fact just like a 10lb baby hurt women more then giving birth to a 7lb baby

You really are a complete....! So you don't like big eggs? But you don't mind putting one in the oven...Trust me Chickens prefer to lay BIG eggs than to have their necks ringed.....

i dont mind big eggs i was simply stating that the person that disagreed with another poster about big eggs, in the end they all die and to be fair you say chickens prefer to lay big eggs than to have their necks ringed, you speak to alot of chickens do you what a freak.listen i will simplfy it for you i would rather have my neck snapped then be in prison taking big black dudes everyday, i thought i would spell it out in terms youd like :thumbsup:

Ohhh....You must be a complete hero in your village!! Why are you delivering babies if you have a family full of midwifery?


its something that is an amazing thing to do, to bring a life into this world
banned#37
starl1ght
BOO! LMFAO

I was just reading some posts on a Nolan concert I missed ...luckily I aint Scottish and was at home lol.....the minute I read the post by u I was laughing my socks off and I mean it was a proper belly chuckle lol.....then I said to Jake it's only you thats made me laugh like that on here n then read your posts n anwers n YEAHHHHHH I'm right ....Hiya lol :-D


:-D

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