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NANDOS PERI PERI SAUCE 25p!!! - GARLIC - Morrisons instore

£0.25 @ Morrisons
Spotted this in our local Morrison's (Lowton-Leigh) Good luck and let me know if this is at your stores too! For those who want to shoot me down, it's well within date, July to be exact! Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Spotted this in our local Morrison's (Lowton-Leigh)

Good luck and let me know if this is at your stores too!

For those who want to shoot me down, it's well within date, July to be exact!

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#1
There's that infamous store specific yellow sticker again!! :D
2 Likes #2
clucking cheap, release the peri peri geese with the infamous store specific deal
2 Likes #3
http://lh6.ggpht.com/_eY9PvsaApNs/TI1QvO-cBoI/AAAAAAAAH3o/N_3mqSWcagk/DSC_0046.JPG?imgmax=576 enjoy a beer can chicken instead :)
2 Likes #4
Heat added
1 Like #5
Or free when you visit the restaurant... lol
1 Like #6
I just seen 1 green pepper reduced to 9p in Tescos earlier.

I'm gonna post it....
5 Likes #7
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!
2 Likes #8
thetreelogger
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!
I generally find it easier just to slip the jars in my pocket at Asda, they don't security tag them for some reason. I've never been stopped by the security guard either. Works out totally free and I even have extra glass for the recycling man!
1 Like #9
gimmeadealplease
thetreelogger
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!
I generally find it easier just to slip the jars in my pocket at Asda, they don't security tag them for some reason. I've never been stopped by the security guard either. Works out totally free and I even have extra glass for the recycling man!
that's stealing though, it's illegal...
4 Likes #10
thetreelogger
gimmeadealplease
thetreelogger
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!
I generally find it easier just to slip the jars in my pocket at Asda, they don't security tag them for some reason. I've never been stopped by the security guard either. Works out totally free and I even have extra glass for the recycling man!
that's stealing though, it's illegal...

Whooosh!
3 Likes #11
Gollywood
I just seen 1 green pepper reduced to 9p in Tescos earlier.
I'm gonna post it....

Link?
1 Like #12
thetreelogger
gimmeadealplease
thetreelogger
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!
I generally find it easier just to slip the jars in my pocket at Asda, they don't security tag them for some reason. I've never been stopped by the security guard either. Works out totally free and I even have extra glass for the recycling man!
that's stealing though, it's illegal...

And don't see any moral issues with filling up your empty sauce bottles in nandos? To be honest I just feel sad for you
#13
bringbring
thetreelogger
gimmeadealplease
thetreelogger
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!
I generally find it easier just to slip the jars in my pocket at Asda, they don't security tag them for some reason. I've never been stopped by the security guard either. Works out totally free and I even have extra glass for the recycling man!
that's stealing though, it's illegal...
And don't see any moral issues with filling up your empty sauce bottles in nandos? To be honest I just feel sad for you
the staff watch me do it, if there were any problems they'd have said something
4 Likes #14
thetreelogger
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!

That's a great idea, I do something kind of similar with the free refills...

I have a special pair of trousers that I attached a waterproof lining into so that it could hold up to 8 litres of drink, 4 litres per leg with a separation down the middle. That way I can store and carry two different drinks, I usually have Coke in the left and Sprite in the right.

Before you say it, I know what your obvious question will be...can I still sit down easily? The answer is yes, I'm not some kind of idiot. The drink reservoirs are only in the front part of the trousers so sitting is no problem...

;p
1 Like #15
tongue_in_cheek
thetreelogger
we always take our empties to our local when we go there to eat and fill them up then. Best way to do it and it doesn't cost a penny!
That's a great idea, I do something kind of similar with the free refills...
I have a special pair of trousers that I attached a waterproof lining into so that it could hold up to 8 litres of drink, 4 litres per leg with a separation down the middle. That way I can store and carry two different drinks, I usually have Coke in the left and Sprite in the right.
Before you say it, I know what your obvious question will be...can I still sit down easily? The answer is yes, I'm not some kind of idiot. The drink reservoirs are only in the front part of the trousers so sitting is no problem...
;p

You could make a v2 that surrounds each of the legs and as you sit it retracts down, so you have more juice going in :) maybe have up to 75% increase here is a quick mockup....

https://www.ultralightoutdoorgear.co.uk/images/products/1473690368-23122800.jpg

you can even compartmentalise the pockets now, have every flavour of the hot sauce, other condiments and all the pop you want :) in your pop up pants (expanding trousers) :)
1 Like #16
It's genius...the efficiency gains alone make this worth pursuing, think of the possibilities...

Why stop at trousers? this technology should be expanded to food too. Store drinks below the waist and food above.

All you can eat buffets wont stand a chance!

I've also taken the time to mockup a few designs:

http://www.mushclothing.com/media/catalog/product//l/o/love-moschino-mens-padded-puffer-jacket-black-mushclothing.com_1_.jpg
The Jacket™
All the space you could possibly need and more in this super spacious jacket

http://i.ebayimg.com/00/s/ODAwWDgwMA==/z/QvQAAOSw44BYEFwG/$_1.JPG
The Jumper™
Checked your jacket in at the cloakroom? No problem, load up your jumper instead.

http://l7.alamy.com/zooms/ac3fbaf1d2c042ce83df0ca7a9039ee1/pug-dog-dressed-up-bg7723.jpg
The 'Doggie Bag'
Brings new meaning to the term 'doggie bag'. Get your pets looking good and helping store your extra food

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