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Rustlers Burgers £1.00 in Co-operative stores

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5y, 5m agoFound 5 years, 5 months ago
Just been in my local co-op and they've got Rustlers microwaveable Flamegrilled cheeseburgers and Chargrilled Chicken burgers for a quid each, my local Asda sells Feasters for about a quid each on special offer but imo Rustlers beat Feasters hands down, the burgers come with a nice sauce too whereas Feasters only come with a basic ketchup sachet. Was in Scotland at the weekend and that's where I originally saw the offer so must be nationwide
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1 Like #1
And Rustlers actually taste like meat not rubber ;)
#2
si1234
And Rustlers actually taste like meat not rubber ;)



im not convinced a quid is about all its worth really
1 Like #3
Good price, local Tesco Metro has them for £1. Good for stocking up the freezer and using after nights out instead of visiting the chip shop ;)
#4
Absolutely agree about Rustlers vs Feasters. Rustlers don't compare to "freshly" cooked Burger King or MacDonalds etc but they're OK. Feasters taste like cardboard. £1's a good deal - have some heat.

Edited By: CannyJack on Jun 22, 2011 13:30: Correcting grammer
1 Like #5
I made the mistake of getting Feasters once... geez they're bad, they make Rustlers taste like a gourmet burger!
#6
peterjmay
si1234
And Rustlers actually taste like meat not rubber ;)



im not convinced a quid is about all its worth really


Yeah but since they normally sell for a lot more a quid is a good deal. They're not fine dining but they are a decent snack. :)

Edited By: CannyJack on Jun 22, 2011 13:28
#7
for the love of god people, no matter how good this stuff has been engineered to taste, please do not put this crap in your own bodies, or, at least, if you must, stick it up the backside where it will do least harm.
#8
portmanteau
for the love of god people, no matter how good this stuff has been engineered to taste, please do not put this crap in your own bodies, or, at least, if you must, stick it up the backside where it will do least harm.

If you stuck a Feaster up your backside, pulled it out, then ate it, i'm sure it would be an improvement on the original Feaster flavour... imo!

Rustlers on the other hand - c'est magnifique!

Edited By: ian11788 on Jun 22, 2011 14:03: more
#9
I thought these tasted rank :( never again.
#10
ian11788
portmanteau
for the love of god people, no matter how good this stuff has been engineered to taste, please do not put this crap in your own bodies, or, at least, if you must, stick it up the backside where it will do least harm.


If you stuck a Feaster up your backside, pulled it out, then ate it, i'm sure it would be an improvement on the original Feaster flavour... imo!

Rustlers on the other hand - c'est magnifique!


For maximum efficiency, cut out the middle man - buy one and just flush it straight down the loo. You will probably not notice any difference.
#11
ian11788
I made the mistake of getting Feasters once... geez they're bad, they make Rustlers taste like a gourmet burger!

lol

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