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FREE 1kg bag of Tate & Lyle sugar

Daily Express costs 45p - Sugar worth 85p

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Valid Wednesday 19th only & while stocks last
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#1
Sugar is only 49p a pack in Morrisons if you have one near
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i would feel dirty buying this newspaper :)
#3
what about the headline!!!, are you sure u dont want to rush to the supermarket to buy the last of the uk bulbs!!! lol
#4
Is this British sugar I don't want any immigrant sugar (joke by the way). Apparently, according to the article, shops are being besieged by old fashioned light bulb admirers


Edited By: Flombard on Jan 19, 2011 23:21: typo
#5
Flombard
Is this British sugar I don't want any immigrant sugar (joke by the way). Apparently, according to the article, shops are being besieged by old fashioned light bulb admirers

you mean those that like proper light bulbs rather than the dull mercury filled ones and yes ive tried them all
#6
Gollywood
i would feel dirty buying this newspaper :)

I'd have to buy a porn mag too, so I could conceal the newspaper inside it.

(What's the Princess Diana angle on the lightbulbs? I assume there must be one, given the publication in question.)
#7
royals
Flombard
Is this British sugar I don't want any immigrant sugar (joke by the way). Apparently, according to the article, shops are being besieged by old fashioned light bulb admirers


you mean those that like proper light bulbs rather than the dull mercury filled ones and yes ive tried them all


I have a feeling that you will be "besieging the shop" on your own
#8
I'm sweet enough.
#9
Flombard - Jan 19, 2011 23:14
Is this British sugar I don't want any immigrant sugar


Silver Spoon is proper British sugar from sugar beet, this is made from sugar cane grown in the colonies.

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