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Lidl Half price weekend offers £0.49

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Aeschylus2y, 6m agoFound 2 years, 6 months ago
I dont think many of us will be sad to read the news that Tesco have had a 11% fall in profits and stores like Lidl continue to experience incredible growth, and here are the weekend deals.

8 Pork Sausages 49p
Cherry Plum Tomatoes 50p (250g)
Utterly Butterly 90p (500g)
Mini Chedders 12 pack £1.49
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Wildthings44#21
Aren't lidl scandanavian. They say that Lidl translates to scandanavian for value!!
krisgiraffe#22
but the missus will always take your debit/credit card hahaha, good job i dont have one, i ran out of money so she left me (jk)
AttentionHorse#23
krisgiraffe
but the missus will always take your debit/credit card hahaha, good job i dont have one, i ran out of money so she left me (jk)

If only you'd shopped in Lidl, she might have stayed...

Waitrose: homewrecker.
Dinth 1 Like #24
Im usually shopping in closest market - when Im going to shopping center in the weekend, I do my grocery shopping there. When Im traveling by train in the weekend, I do my shopping in Sainsbury. When im driving, I go to local Tesco. But lidl is only shop where I go only to do shopping.
I don't think is perfect of course, there are some sh*** things there (like sundried tomatoes), but if You know which products are good to buy there, You will get better quality products for 1/3 of price in other supermarkets.
gizmouk#25
Wildthings44
Aren't lidl scandanavian. They say that Lidl translates to scandanavian for value!!


German
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lidl
nigelwatkinsbanned#26
looks like my posts have gone missing!

it seems u cant criticize lidl around these parts
something fishy going on if u ask me!
pibpob#27
Wildthings44
Aren't lidl scandanavian. They say that Lidl translates to scandanavian for value!!
I think you're thinking of Netto.
peacockharris#28
nigelwatkins
looks like my posts have gone missing!

it seems u cant criticize lidl around these parts
something fishy going on if u ask me!

No. You just can't be a moron round these parts. This is a deal website so kindly post a Waitrose deal or go away.

Edited By: peacockharris on Oct 04, 2012 23:02
pibpob 4 Likes #29
nigelwatkins
looks like my posts have gone missing!

it seems u cant criticize lidl around these parts
something fishy going on if u ask me!
No, they've just been removed to spare you the embarrassment.
nigelwatkinsbanned#30
oh look out, the lidl gestapo have arrived

(dont mention lidls fake butter,gristley sausages or rotten fruit!)
peacockharris#31
Don't feed the Troll. Unless you've got some rotten fruit. He seems to have a fixation about that.
nigelwatkinsbanned#32
peacockharris
Don't feed the Troll. Unless you've got some rotten fruit. He seems to have a fixation about that.


like i say, something fishy going on if u cant critisize lidls
come out of your lidl bubble, theirs a big world out their
i was just opening peoples eyes
pibpob#33
The only thing fishy that's going on is your goldfish memory that results in you slagging off Lidl "fake butter" one minute, then praising exactly the same thing from Tesco the next! X)
nigelwatkinsbanned#34
pibpob
The only thing fishy that's going on is your goldfish memory that results in you slagging off Lidl "fake butter" one minute, then praising exactly the same thing from Tesco the next! X)


when did i praise tesco fake butter?
seems u may be one of them forgetful lidl ovaltine pensioners

like i said, i stay well clear of lidl and tesco, i shop in WAITROSE
AttentionHorse#35
nigelwatkins

like i said, i stay well clear of lidl and tesco, i shop in WAITROSE

Waitrose? How dreadfully middle-class. I shop in Fortnum & Mason. Their sausages are less gristly.
peacockharris 6 Likes #36
nigelwatkins
peacockharris
Don't feed the Troll. Unless you've got some rotten fruit. He seems to have a fixation about that.


like i say, something fishy going on if u cant critisize lidls
come out of your lidl bubble, theirs a big world out their
i was just opening peoples eyes

*ahem*

They’re = They are.
Their = Shows possession.
There = Specifies a location.
You’re = You are.
Your = Shows possession.
We’re = We are.
Were = Past tense of “are”.

You = An idiot.
nigelwatkinsbanned#37
AttentionHorse
nigelwatkins

like i said, i stay well clear of lidl and tesco, i shop in WAITROSE

Waitrose? How dreadfully middle-class. I shop in Fortnum & Mason. Their sausages are less gristly.


i dont really eat sausages, there just mashed up leftover pig. i leave them to u commoners.



peacockharris
nigelwatkins
peacockharris
Don't feed the Troll. Unless you've got some rotten fruit. He seems to have a fixation about that.


like i say, something fishy going on if u cant critisize lidls
come out of your lidl bubble, theirs a big world out their
i was just opening peoples eyes

*ahem*

They’re = They are.
Their = Shows possession.
There = Specifies a location.
You’re = You are.
Your = Shows possession.
We’re = We are.
Were = Past tense of “are”.

You = An idiot.


blimey, pretty defensive about lidls eh
theirs no point taking it out on me.
your not looking at the bigger picture, theirs more too life than lidls, live a little!
peacockharris#38
Pointing out your "commoner" spelling and grammar is being defensive of Lidl?

Yeah.....good one.
AttentionHorse 4 Likes #39
nigelwatkins
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i dont really eat sausages, there just mashed up leftover pig. i leave them to u commoners.

You seem to have fairly strong opinions on Lidl sausages, for someone who doesn't eat sausages. Or shop at Lidl.

Anyhow, you only think sausages are "mashed up leftover pig" because you shop at Waitrose. Really, you should try Fortnum & Mason. Come out of your Waitrose bubble, their's a big world out their - your not looking at the bigger picture, theirs more to life than Waitrose, live a little!
stinkybeard 1 Like #40
Troll, or, simply not that bright. I am unable to decide.

Anyways, for Msr. Watkins reference:

Don't buy bananas like these:
http://www.staddonfamily.com/files/photos/Black_Bananas.JPG

Granted, it is an easy mistake to make. However, I believe (correct me if I am wrong), you are not obligated to purchase an item if you do not think it is at it's best. Same goes for strawberries and grapes.

I hope this helps.

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