Scottish swede 32p/Lees macaroon or Scottish tablet 3 in a pack 32p/ Scottish Oatcakes 39p/Extra mature Scottish cheddar £1.44 @ Lidl (half price weekend offers on Saturday 12th & sunday 13th july only) - HotUKDeals
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Scottish swede 32p each

Lees macaroon or Scottish tablet 3 in a pack 32p (3×40g)

Scottish Oatcakes 39p (300g)

Extra mature Scottish cheddar £1.44 (300g)

(Lidl half price weekend offers on Saturday 12th & sunday 13th july only)

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#1
I'm confused. Perhaps if i drink a few cans of Tennents it will all make sense.
#2
I've just bought one of these, and I'm gonna take it to my local library later on.

That'll be a turnip for the books!
#3
What a swede deal.
2 Likes #4
Is a Scotch swede wrapped in sausage meat and breadcrumbs?

Because THAT sounds delicious.
2 Likes #5
It's not a swede - it's a neep.
2 Likes #6
Please just vote "Yes"
1 Like #7
oliverreed
Please just vote "Yes"
If we vote yes will you let us keep our local lidl and aldi ? or will that be the next comical scare story No.10 tries out to give the Scots the heebie jeebies ;)
#8
hooray henry
oliverreed
Please just vote "Yes"
If we vote yes will you let us keep our local lidl and aldi ? or will that be the next comical scare story No.10 tries out to give the Scots the heebie jeebies ;)

While there is a fair bit of hyperbole on the matter, the underlying theme is completely correct and will be actioned in the event of a yes vote. If you don't want to be a part of the UK then fine, but if you leave the UK then you leave UK institutions. Period.
#9
callum9999
hooray henry
oliverreed
Please just vote "Yes"
If we vote yes will you let us keep our local lidl and aldi ? or will that be the next comical scare story No.10 tries out to give the Scots the heebie jeebies ;)

While there is a fair bit of hyperbole on the matter, the underlying theme is completely correct and will be actioned in the event of a yes vote. If you don't want to be a part of the UK then fine, but if you leave the UK then you leave UK institutions. Period.
Do you know what a UK institution even means ? Why do the English think a UK institution really means English institution ?
2 Likes #10
Can David Cameron (disguised as callum9999) pls not derail a Lidl deals thread, thanks. And can we keep off the politics for once?

Lees tablet and macaroon are horrible, so cheap and nasty, you could break your teeth on the tablet!
#11
hooray henry
callum9999
hooray henry
oliverreed
Please just vote "Yes"
If we vote yes will you let us keep our local lidl and aldi ? or will that be the next comical scare story No.10 tries out to give the Scots the heebie jeebies ;)

While there is a fair bit of hyperbole on the matter, the underlying theme is completely correct and will be actioned in the event of a yes vote. If you don't want to be a part of the UK then fine, but if you leave the UK then you leave UK institutions. Period.
Do you know what a UK institution even means ? Why do the English think a UK institution really means English institution ?

It's an institution that belongs to the UK - really not a difficult concept to grasp. I have no idea why "the English" (who inparticular?) think UK institutions really mean English institution, ask them and let me know. You are aware that Wales and Northern Ireland are also in the UK by the way? Uk institutions will belong to them just as much as they would belong to the English.

therealslimkaty
Can David Cameron (disguised as callum9999) pls not derail a Lidl deals thread, thanks. And can we keep off the politics for once?

Lees tablet and macaroon are horrible, so cheap and nasty, you could break your teeth on the tablet!

Genuine question - do you think you're being funny? But just in case you really are that thick, no I am not David Cameron (why on Earth you jump straight to him I have no idea, there are plenty of people who have been much more vocal about keeping Scotland in the Union than he has - not to mention Scotland leaving the Union would actually greatly benefit the Conservative party).

Feel free to continue a discussion about swedes and oatcakes if you like, I'm not stopping you (though the lack of posts despite being active for 3 days certainly implies not many people here share your passion of cheddar discussion). The beauty of the internet is that space is largely limitless.
#12
hooray henry
oliverreed
Please just vote "Yes"
If we vote yes will you let us keep our local lidl and aldi ? or will that be the next comical scare story No.10 tries out to give the Scots the heebie jeebies ;)

The Yes camp seems to deny choice of being part of the EU. As Aldi & Lidl are German companies, I'm sure that the potentially new masters in Brussels (who you won't be electing) will thoroughly approve.

I'd be all for independence, if that's really supposed to make the lot of the working person better.

The problem is that you won't actually have independence (why bother with the EU membership if it's such a great concept in the first place?) and not much will change for the working person after all is said an done, despite whatever the campaign propaganda suggests.

They could perhaps add "free" groceries at Aldi and Lidl to try to convince even more voters.

At the end of the day a strong economy is what makes it all work. From my point of view it's irrelevant who is in charge, because those at the top are going to be dictating policy, not the proletariat...

In other news, a turnip is also known colloquially as a "bagie" (bay-gay) as well as a "neep" :{

Edited By: gtd65 on Jul 05, 2014 05:15
1 Like #13
I'm voting hot just for the cheese.
Bargain.
1 Like #14
och aye the noo
#15
callum9999
hooray henry
oliverreed
Please just vote "Yes"
If we vote yes will you let us keep our local lidl and aldi ? or will that be the next comical scare story No.10 tries out to give the Scots the heebie jeebies ;)

While there is a fair bit of hyperbole on the matter, the underlying theme is completely correct and will be actioned in the event of a yes vote. If you don't want to be a part of the UK then fine, but if you leave the UK then you leave UK institutions. Period.
Do you have yours?
1 Like #16
Standard hukd morons gets into some irrelevant debate. Idiots aside is this deal on in scotland or lidl uk wide?
#17
callum9999
hooray henry
callum9999
hooray henry
oliverreed
Please just vote "Yes"
If we vote yes will you let us keep our local lidl and aldi ? or will that be the next comical scare story No.10 tries out to give the Scots the heebie jeebies ;)

While there is a fair bit of hyperbole on the matter, the underlying theme is completely correct and will be actioned in the event of a yes vote. If you don't want to be a part of the UK then fine, but if you leave the UK then you leave UK institutions. Period.
Do you know what a UK institution even means ? Why do the English think a UK institution really means English institution ?

It's an institution that belongs to the UK - really not a difficult concept to grasp. I have no idea why "the English" (who inparticular?) think UK institutions really mean English institution, ask them and let me know. You are aware that Wales and Northern Ireland are also in the UK by the way? Uk institutions will belong to them just as much as they would belong to the English.

therealslimkaty
Can David Cameron (disguised as callum9999) pls not derail a Lidl deals thread, thanks. And can we keep off the politics for once?

Lees tablet and macaroon are horrible, so cheap and nasty, you could break your teeth on the tablet!

Genuine question - do you think you're being funny? But just in case you really are that thick, no I am not David Cameron (why on Earth you jump straight to him I have no idea, there are plenty of people who have been much more vocal about keeping Scotland in the Union than he has - not to mention Scotland leaving the Union would actually greatly benefit the Conservative party).

Feel free to continue a discussion about swedes and oatcakes if you like, I'm not stopping you (though the lack of posts despite being active for 3 days certainly implies not many people here share your passion of cheddar discussion). The beauty of the internet is that space is largely limitless.

Chill out David.
#18
A 'Scottish swede', isn't that a contradiction in terms?
#19
LaurenJ90
is this deal on in scotland or lidl uk wide?

Only available in their Scottish stores sadly....:(

Edited By: little ern on Jul 08, 2014 08:52

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