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Free mince pie & hot drink for senior customers at Morrisons (Tues 6th / 2pm - 5pm)

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Aww, well this is awesome. Morrisons are offering senior customers a free drink and mince pie between 2:30pm and 5pm tomorrow. "We would like to invite our senior customers to join us tomorrow a… Read More
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Aww, well this is awesome.

Morrisons are offering senior customers a free drink and mince pie between 2:30pm and 5pm tomorrow.

"We would like to invite our senior customers to join us tomorrow afternoon for a free mince pie & hot drink"

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I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
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luvsadealdealdeal
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
hey. dumb reply.

try studying when you have a home where your dad beats up the family and behaves maniac-like most of the day.

And you know despite that, I've rarely claimed benefits. But as it happens, after getting some great Oxbridge style grades by teaching myself and a place at a top med school without enjoying the usual benefits and support, I in the end could eventually no longer afford to pay to go anymore because I don't have a parent like yours.

And you know what< I was so shellshocked from no longer being able to afford my place that I now AM on benefits for a while, because I been destroyed by lack of support you don't have to suffer.

Edited By: sdinsifnsd on Dec 05, 2016 18:41
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Why not take a hot drink and a pie to the cold and hungry living on the streets?
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barron201253
Why not take a hot drink and a pie to the cold and hungry living on the streets?

That's much better than the original comment. Morrisons (and M&S) are delivering over 5 tonnes of unwanted food to homeless people in London this December, I'm not sure if other cities are also a part of the initiative, but at least it's a start.

Might be worth Googling to see what other schemes they have provided for the homeless, too :)

Edited By: BuzzDuraband on Dec 05, 2016 17:33: Spelling
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I hope Deeky knows about this!

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3 Likes #1
I've just come on here to post this! beat me by half an hour.!
Hear added.

Edited By: Beefsteak44 on Dec 05, 2016 15:24
banned 1 Like #2
great freebie
1 Like #3
what's a senior customer?
#4
heat added
#5
Mine closed down.
#6
Are you classing seniors as over 65 or 60? It varies in different places . Thanks, Elizabeth
[mod][Mod Team] 1 Like #7
Elizabeth0103
Are you classing seniors as over 65 or 60? It varies in different places . Thanks, Elizabeth


Hi Elizabeth0103, Just had a look on Morrisons facebook page and it looks to be avaliable to people 60+. Hope this helps :)
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Why not take a hot drink and a pie to the cold and hungry living on the streets?
[HUKD Deal Editor] 6 Likes #9
barron201253
Why not take a hot drink and a pie to the cold and hungry living on the streets?

That's much better than the original comment. Morrisons (and M&S) are delivering over 5 tonnes of unwanted food to homeless people in London this December, I'm not sure if other cities are also a part of the initiative, but at least it's a start.

Might be worth Googling to see what other schemes they have provided for the homeless, too :)

Edited By: BuzzDuraband on Dec 05, 2016 17:33: Spelling
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I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
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barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!

and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
#12
£12.3 billion to developing countries ?
By the way it used to be 'overseas aid' .
What about 250,000 homeless in the UK ?
#13
Well , might go down the hill if I can persuade my wife to join me .
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luvsadealdealdeal
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
hey. dumb reply.

try studying when you have a home where your dad beats up the family and behaves maniac-like most of the day.

And you know despite that, I've rarely claimed benefits. But as it happens, after getting some great Oxbridge style grades by teaching myself and a place at a top med school without enjoying the usual benefits and support, I in the end could eventually no longer afford to pay to go anymore because I don't have a parent like yours.

And you know what< I was so shellshocked from no longer being able to afford my place that I now AM on benefits for a while, because I been destroyed by lack of support you don't have to suffer.

Edited By: sdinsifnsd on Dec 05, 2016 18:41
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sdinsifnsd
luvsadealdealdeal
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
hey. dumb reply.
try studying when you have a home where your dad beats up the family and behaves maniac-like most of the day.
And you know despite that, I've rarely claimed benefits. But as it happens, after getting some great Oxbridge style grades by teaching myself and a place at a top med school without enjoying the usual benefits and support, I in the end could eventually no longer afford to pay to go anymore because I don't have a parent like yours.
And you know what< I was so shellshocked from no longer being able to afford my place that I now AM on benefits for a while, because I been destroyed by lack of support you don't have to suffer.

'some' doesn't mean 'all' - why do you think I was born with a silver spoon in my mouth? - I wasn't

I created my money with hard study & hard work (plus I guess my parents were not really below average so I was lucky there as well)
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sdinsifnsd
luvsadealdealdeal
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
hey. dumb reply.
try studying when you have a home where your dad beats up the family and behaves maniac-like most of the day.
And you know despite that, I've rarely claimed benefits. But as it happens, after getting some great Oxbridge style grades by teaching myself and a place at a top med school without enjoying the usual benefits and support, I in the end could eventually no longer afford to pay to go anymore because I don't have a parent like yours.
And you know what< I was so shellshocked from no longer being able to afford my place that I now AM on benefits for a while, because I been destroyed by lack of support you don't have to suffer.

To be honest I think he just means there are people at both ends of the spectrum - some have been dealt a really bad hand while others have wasted opportunities offered to them.
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Saw the sign yesterday but thought it may be store specific, told my grandma about it and she'll be there on Tuesday
1 Like #18
Thanks OP - parents notified.
#19
oadbyboy
£12.3 billion to developing countries ?
By the way it used to be 'overseas aid' .
What about 250,000 homeless in the UK ?


Not forgetting the 600,000 empty houses.
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Seniors only ?

So people under a certain age can't get this offer ?

Is that not illegal - discrimination on the grounds of age
5 Likes #21
I hope Deeky knows about this!
1 Like #22
Enjoy your beverage & mince pie Buzz :)
#23
Bikertov
Seniors only ?
So people under a certain age can't get this offer ?
Is that not illegal - discrimination on the grounds of age

I'm 57 and going into tomorrow

Will report back
#24
A lot of seniors struggle ,especially as I included have to work another 6 years for my pension.Good on Morrisons.
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luvsadealdealdeal
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
And many of the people you dismiss as being idle and feckless are suffering from mental illness and instead of the help that should be there they find themselves on the streets. Homelessness in the UK has increased by 30% in the last 12 months alone. What a caring country this currently is!

Edited By: AndyPr on Dec 05, 2016 21:46
#26
Thx op
#27
AndyPr
luvsadealdealdeal
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
And many of the people you dismiss as being idle and feckless are suffering from mental illness and instead of the help that should be there they find themselves on the streets. Homelessness in the UK has increased by 30% in the last 12 months alone. What a caring country this currently is!

nope I'm not dismissing them

perhaps they caused their own result, though

the kid who was a pain in the ass @ school and never got a skill or a qualification?

I do realise that these people are where they are & deserve a carrot or a potato or some other help, though
#28
Thanks OP Useful info. Have let the outlaws know
banned#29
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
Well said
banned 1 Like #30
luvsadealdealdeal
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
and some are suffering through being bone idle and preferring the easy life to hard work, they refused the education opportunities offered to them (and probably were unlucky enough to have had rubbish parents)
And the prize for the dumbest comment goes to you.
#31
"It's for my Mum"
#32
Bikertov
Seniors only ?
So people under a certain age can't get this offer ?
Is that not illegal - discrimination on the grounds of age
I wanted to visit Santa's Grotto but got discriminated because of my age.:(
#33
I don't think that Morrisons are stopping non-seniors buying things from them (that would be discrimination), they are just not giving non-seniors mincies and tea! They can choose the objects of their affections, but not discriminate against protected groups (age, religion, sex etc.) by restricting those they do business with.

Last time I looked there were big holes in the arguments of those criticising 'scroungers' (search for 'guardian benefits scroungers'). Generally it's the case that people receiving benefits are those the benefits are aimed at, there aren't too many 'idle and feckless'.
1 Like #34
Chanchi32
Saw the sign yesterday but thought it may be store specific, told my grandma about it and she'll be there on Tuesday
But i'm not your grandma oO
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jasmineinlondon
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
Well said
Good on you. Much better doing that than giving to beggars who in my experience are neither hungry nor homeless. Know for a fact that several here are collected by a people carrier from their homes each day and dropped in town then get cabs home when they've fleeced enough people.
#36
edinburgher
jasmineinlondon
barron201253
I have just donated best part of a weeks shopping to the local food Bank.some people are suffering in this country through no fault of their own,disgraceful in a rich country like the UK!
Well said
Good on you. Much better doing that than giving to beggars who in my experience are neither hungry nor homeless. Know for a fact that several here are collected by a people carrier from their homes each day and dropped in town then get cabs home when they've fleeced enough people.
I guess that must mean everyone then.
#37
Lovely gesture from morrisons, will let the in laws know
3 Likes #38
Used to love this website checking for bargains etc now there is always someone moaning about anything and everything
#39
mildly discriminatory
#40
barron201253
Why not take a hot drink and a pie to the cold and hungry living on the streets?

Well if they are over 60 they can go in a get one. Always somebody having a moan.

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