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Swede now 19p at Aldi!

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Aldi have now reduced their Swedes to 19p nationally as there is a shortage of Little Gems which are on their Super 6 at the moment. They have done this as a replacement to them. They may be on the Su… Read More
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Aldi have now reduced their Swedes to 19p nationally as there is a shortage of Little Gems which are on their Super 6 at the moment. They have done this as a replacement to them. They may be on the Super 6 fixture in your local or they may just be in their regular place. Once they're gone, they're gone!
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5m, 4d agoFound 5 months, 4 days ago
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#1
same for carrots, broccoli and sprouts
2 Likes #2
It's nice to see Swedes going somewhere else than Ikea once in a while.
1 Like #3
ulrik ka ka
#4
I thought you were talking about Sven.oO
1 Like #5
I've just donated one of these to my local library. That was a turnip for the books!
banned#6
I wouldnt even let you pay me 19p to eat some Swedes
#7
georgeduncantrad
I've just donated one of these to my local library. That was a turnip for the books!
That joke might have worked if it hadn't been a swede oO
#8
sag
georgeduncantrad
I've just donated one of these to my local library. That was a turnip for the books!
That joke might have worked if it hadn't been a swede oO
The name turnip is also used in parts of Northern and Midland England, the Westcountry (particularly Cornwall), Ireland, Manitoba, Ontario and Atlantic Canada. In Scotland, it is known as turnip.
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sag
georgeduncantrad
I've just donated one of these to my local library. That was a turnip for the books!
That joke might have worked if it hadn't been a swede oO

No. No it wouldn't.
#10
Swede.........that's those horible lumps in a Ginsters pastie...........urrrg.
#11
LukeNukem
sag
georgeduncantrad
I've just donated one of these to my local library. That was a turnip for the books!
That joke might have worked if it hadn't been a swede oO
The name turnip is also used in parts of Northern and Midland England, the Westcountry (particularly Cornwall), Ireland, Manitoba, Ontario and Atlantic Canada. In Scotland, it is known as turnip.
What do they call a turnip then?
#12
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Swede left - Turnip right
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mrew42
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Swede left - Turnip right


The main difference between a swede and a turnip is the appearance of the vegetable. Turnips are white-fleshed, and swedes are yellow-fleshed.Swedes are slightly larger, rounder and firmer than turnips, and their leaves are smoother. ... Swedes are called rutabagas in America, as stated by BBC Good Food.
#14
Well...in that case what is a manglewurzel?
Answered my own question........bit like a swede and a turnip crossed with a beetroot.....

Edited By: antenna on Dec 22, 2016 14:06
#15
good find op, heat added
#16
Ibrahimovic for 19p, even Leeds could afford him
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mrew42
https://encrypted-tbn2.gstatic.com/images?q=tbn:ANd9GcS8bNJtwwO83EmHRWhzlZIq7sqffLrDgyge1oarx6K9hCNWDy2boQ

Swede left - Turnip right


Who would have thought it eh- 2 ex england managers
#18
phunkee
mrew42
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Swede left - Turnip right
The main difference between a swede and a turnip is the appearance of the vegetable. Turnips are white-fleshed, and swedes are yellow-fleshed.Swedes are slightly larger, rounder and firmer than turnips, and their leaves are smoother. ... Swedes are called rutabagas in America, as stated by BBC Good Food.

and Turnips are Balrick's favourite in Blackadder.
#19
Swede deal, thanks...

(oh come on someone had to put it)

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