A dozen red roses WAS £5 NOW 75p @ Tesco Instore (Southport)
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A dozen red roses WAS £5 NOW 75p @ Tesco Instore (Southport)

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LocalFound 16th Feb 2016
Why should roses just be for valentines day!
Why not treat the Mrs on a 'normal' day?

Cant go wrong for 75p!

Apparently putting them in warm/hot water makes them last longer!

Possibly nationwide, they had tons of them.
Also the more expensive bunches reduced from £10 to £2.25
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Did they have yellow reduced stickers on them?
Yes they do have yellow reduced stickers but I just got them in £0.20p
Yes Yellow stickers.
They had single red roses for 55p, dozen for 75p, larger roses (dozen) for £2.25
Were.
BigOrkWaaagh

Where?



Southport.
adamck

Southport.



No, were. As in, "A dozen red roses WERE £5."
BigOrkWaaagh

No, were. As in, "A dozen red roses WERE £5."



Tesco' yellow stickers say WAS £5 NOW £0.75.
I followed their grammar... complain to them
63p in our local
Yes Haslongden also look half deadoO
NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says I love you like a Tesco reduced yellow sticker on a bunch of flowers for a loved one.
Graham1979

NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says I love you like a Tesco reduced yellow … NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says I love you like a Tesco reduced yellow sticker on a bunch of flowers for a loved one.


>>>>>
Unless you are of course, a bit clever and take the yellow sticker off, prior to presenting to the loved one ;-)
Graham1979

NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says I love you like a Tesco reduced yellow … NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says I love you like a Tesco reduced yellow sticker on a bunch of flowers for a loved one.


But only if you don't spend His/Her change X)
Edited by: "trumpich" 16th Feb 2016
008

Unless you are of course, a bit clever and take the yellow sticker off, … >>>>>Unless you are of course, a bit clever and take the yellow sticker off, prior to presenting to the loved one ;-)



Don't be ridiculous, you paid for that sticker, your other half should be proud of your thrifty HUKD skills. If not she can get bent, from now on its daffodils from the local roundabout.
They'll be dead by Thursday... Much like the marriage of anyone stupid enough to take them home for the wife!
WalkerboyUK

They'll be dead by Thursday... Much like the marriage of anyone stupid … They'll be dead by Thursday... Much like the marriage of anyone stupid enough to take them home for the wife!


>>>>>
Do not worry about that.. she will be too busy eating the Pizza of the Day on Thursday's deal from
pizzahut, that nobody wants!
My partner probably wouldn't buy them even if they were 5p! Shows how loved i am!
63p in Tesco Express Goodge St, London
TPLSC

My partner probably wouldn't buy them even if they were 5p! Shows how … My partner probably wouldn't buy them even if they were 5p! Shows how loved i am!



So you think that your partner spending money on you means love? He will love you Moore than dead flowers can ever express (note to partner - saved you there dude)
TPLSC

My partner probably wouldn't buy them even if they were 5p! Shows how … My partner probably wouldn't buy them even if they were 5p! Shows how loved i am!


>>>>>
Well just in case he misses them..here you go, from everyone on hukd ;-)

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Well just in case he misses them..here you go, from everyone on hukd … >>>>>Well just in case he misses them..here you go, from everyone on hukd ;-)




Naw, Much appreciated thank you!
Graham1979

So you think that your partner spending money on you means love? He will … So you think that your partner spending money on you means love? He will love you Moore than dead flowers can ever express (note to partner - saved you there dude)



Love in my house is making his tea! and he has never bought me flowers...
Yankee candles, Yes... Flowers no apparently he's not that soppy...
Graham1979

NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says I love you like a Tesco reduced yellow … NOTHING AND I MEAN NOTHING says I love you like a Tesco reduced yellow sticker on a bunch of flowers for a loved one.





What, not even reduced stickers on Thorntons? And I gave her both packs (did think about saving one for her birthday).

https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/149151768/valentines.jpg



Edited by: "Scrungee" 16th Feb 2016
Scrungee

What, not even reduced stickers on Thorntons? And I gave her both packs … What, not even reduced stickers on Thorntons? And I gave her both packs (did think about saving one for her birthday).



​not the same if you eat them on her though.. haha!
Scrungee

What, not even reduced stickers on Thorntons? And I gave her both packs … What, not even reduced stickers on Thorntons? And I gave her both packs (did think about saving one for her birthday).



Following the argument I had on Friday night with the wife about not getting her flowers (we did Valentines on Fri instead of Sat), I nearly bought everything that was reduced in Sainsburys yesterday in order to swamp her with them next year!
WalkerboyUK

Following the argument I had on Friday night with the wife about not … Following the argument I had on Friday night with the wife about not getting her flowers (we did Valentines on Fri instead of Sat), I nearly bought everything that was reduced in Sainsburys yesterday in order to swamp her with them next year!




Sainsburys flowerflowers are decent but don't see them lasting that long. oO oO
1.25 in Grimsby. Cold
Tesco on cheapside London was selling in 20p
"Are these the leftover Valentine's stock?"

"Yes"

"I want a divorce"
BigOrkWaaagh

No, were. As in, "A dozen red roses WERE £5."



I think technically WAS is correct, as it is referring to "A Dozen" roses, no?
Graham1979

Don't be ridiculous, you paid for that sticker, your other half should be … Don't be ridiculous, you paid for that sticker, your other half should be proud of your thrifty HUKD skills. If not she can get bent, from now on its daffodils from the local roundabout.



​haha nicely put graham
they were 14p in my local
634miyamoto

I think technically WAS is correct, as it is referring to "A Dozen" … I think technically WAS is correct, as it is referring to "A Dozen" roses, no?



No. "A dozen roses was £12" is horrific English.
Just nipped down to my local Tesco - as well as out of date flowers, they also had some brown-ish bananas and half a scotch egg in the Scratch and Sniff section.

Hope this helps someone.
BigOrkWaaagh

No. "A dozen roses was £12" is horrific English.



* 'was' horrific English.......

oO
Doods1875

Just nipped down to my local Tesco - as well as out of date flowers, they … Just nipped down to my local Tesco - as well as out of date flowers, they also had some brown-ish bananas and half a scotch egg in the Scratch and Sniff section. Hope this helps someone.



BUT... BUT... I paid £25 for a bunch of roses this size just the other day!?
"A dozen dead Roses"
TPLSC

Love in my house is making his tea! and he has never bought me flowers... … Love in my house is making his tea! and he has never bought me flowers... Yankee candles, Yes... Flowers no apparently he's not that soppy...



buying flowers is not about you but the person you are buying for, like any other gift. it is therefore irrelevant whether he is soppy or not, it is only relevant whether you like to be given flowers or not.
Can i take the ones i bought back the other day for a refund? And buy the reduced ones now?
Cold. I can get two blooms for a penny of a girl in London.
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