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capri sun 40 for £6-00
capri sun 40 for £6-00

capri sun 40 for £6-00

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Just been in my local asdas{barrow in furness}i picked up a couple of boxes of orange capri sun 200ml,you get 40 pouches for £6,now i thought this was a cracking deal work out 7.5p per 100ml.This is in store and on line

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ASDA not ASDAS.

BristolDeal;2431377

ASDA not ASDAS.


Some Northern people do call it asdas, its no big deal now is it, i mean really!

It's just annoying, and I like to pick people up on it, which is equally annoying, so we're even. :-D

Now that is one great deal!

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BristolDeal;2431377

ASDA not ASDAS.



you must lead a sad life if you read forums just to nit pick at things like this

I remember filling the freezer with these when I was a student. Great for ice lollies.

10 for £1.50 at icelands so works out the same if u cant get 2 asda

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MBeeching;2431727

I remember filling the freezer with these when I was a student. Great for … I remember filling the freezer with these when I was a student. Great for ice lollies.



thats a good shout that m8,the one's i got today don't go out of date till next year so will get some more before the offer finishes will do for kids pack lunches for school

BristolDeal;2431377

ASDA not ASDAS.



I hate it when people use the moronic term 'Leccy', it's called 'Electricity'

toffeeefc;2431725

you must lead a sad life if you read forums just to nit pick at things … you must lead a sad life if you read forums just to nit pick at things like this



If you could type properly, I wouldn't have to. It's your own fault. :w00t:

BristolDeal;2431463

It's just annoying, and I like to pick people up on it, which is equally … It's just annoying, and I like to pick people up on it, which is equally annoying, so we're even. :-D



I work at a school on the isle of dogs London, and all the staff there call it 'asdas' drives me maaaaad!!!!:w00t:

Does it come from Tesco being called Tescos, as in 'going to Tescos'?

AMO

BristolDeal;2431377

ASDA not ASDAS.



talksr;2432083

I work at a school on the isle of dogs London, and all the staff there … I work at a school on the isle of dogs London, and all the staff there call it 'asdas' drives me maaaaad!!!!:w00t:



seriously who cares ?! :thinking:

anyways........ :whistling:
its a good deal !

Does anyone know if this is for all flavours (ie blackcurrant), or just the orange?

Thanks!!

AMO1980;2432121

Does it come from Tesco being called Tescos, as in 'going to Tescos'? … Does it come from Tesco being called Tescos, as in 'going to Tescos'? ;)AMO



Grammatically being correct, it's "as in 'going to Tescos?'" Spot the difference!

:whistling:

Asdas
Tescos
Argoss
Andross
Davros
All Doctor Who villains

bought these on Monday, ....good buy for the grub snatchers lunch box's

toffeeefc;2431725

you must lead a sad life if you read forums just to nit pick at things … you must lead a sad life if you read forums just to nit pick at things like this



i second that

hot deal i might go tae adsas

heat and rep added, thanks

Check the sugar content on these - last time I looked it was about 70% of an adult RDA, something like that. So might not be the best thing to give your kids too often.

Ps. TESCOS.

muzzzzzzzzzy;2432324

Grammatically being correct, it's "as in 'going to Tescos?'" Spot the … Grammatically being correct, it's "as in 'going to Tescos?'" Spot the difference!:whistling:



you took out the apostraphy. (cant spell sorry before someone picks me up on that one)

When typing or texting i always leave out apostraphies cos im a lazy cow bag, so HE'S becomes hes. oooo i wonder how badly that annoys you all he he

i call it asdas and i call it tescos, im not from up north i just do it with ou thinking though i dont write. :whistling:

oh and the deal is cool, for my other half (not my child cos though they contain less **** than most juice drinks, i dont agree with giving squash of any kind to kids, no need its just full of ****) :thumbsup: he'll love these with his luch, specially if i freeze them so that by the time he drinks it on way HOME itll still be fairly cool

talksr;2432083

I work at a school on the isle of dogs London, and all the staff there … I work at a school on the isle of dogs London, and all the staff there call it 'asdas' drives me maaaaad!!!!:w00t:



The Fen folk round here call Boots "Boots's" which drives me just as nuts. :evil:

Think of me when you're all supping your Capri Sun's cos I make the damn things in Milton Keynes!
At work now, running off a nice fresh batch of Summer Berries (the best flavour IMO)!

If you have a makro card there doing 40 for £3.99 + Vat

mummyspam1985;2432627

you took out the apostraphy. (cant spell sorry before someone picks me up … you took out the apostraphy. (cant spell sorry before someone picks me up on that one)When typing or texting i always leave out apostraphies cos im a lazy cow bag, so HE'S becomes hes. oooo i wonder how badly that annoys you all he he :pi call it asdas and i call it tescos, im not from up north i just do it with ou thinking though i dont write. :whistling:oh and the deal is cool, for my other half (not my child cos though they contain less **** than most juice drinks, i dont agree with giving squash of any kind to kids, no need its just full of ****) :thumbsup: he'll love these with his luch, specially if i freeze them so that by the time he drinks it on way HOME itll still be fairly cool



http://www.telegraph.co.uk/arts/graphics/2004/10/19/btburke199.jpg

Good deal,thanks.
p.s. I shop at Asdas, Tescos, and Sainsburys and Im not a northener lol.

ferple;2432481

Check the sugar content on these - last time I looked it was about 70% of … Check the sugar content on these - last time I looked it was about 70% of an adult RDA, something like that. So might not be the best thing to give your kids too often.Ps. TESCOS.




hmm, they are pure juice with no added sugar - so I doubt it would be 70% just from the fruit.

BristolDeal, i think your village is calling you back :):)

maxtweenie;2432634

The Fen folk round here call Boots "Boots's" which drives me just as … The Fen folk round here call Boots "Boots's" which drives me just as nuts. :evil:



People round her say they are going to 'the Asda' but they never go to 'the Tesco'.

This thread has taken an unexpected direction: I confidently foresaw hundreds of posts pointing out how we are condemning our children to an early death if we let them drink a single Capri Sun, and probably feed them exclusively out of McDonalds into the bargain. We get language lessons instead, isn't life surprising?

Here in Plymouth people say "goin up asders to do me lotteries" and "goin tescos"!

Forget about the Asda's in Clapham Junction. Never has any of the deals posted here. And to be honest the deals over there arent really goood at all.

alternate;2433787

hmm, they are pure juice with no added sugar - so I doubt it would be 70% … hmm, they are pure juice with no added sugar - so I doubt it would be 70% just from the fruit.



they are not pure juice...

i have a box of capri sun orange and capri sonne orange here:

...bout 12% is from concentrate and only 7% of that is orange...but 70% sugar is way off aswell box says sugar 25% (21g) rda for a 5-10 year old...tho they do a fresh orange one (or they used to) but i dont have any of them here to give the figures

anyways capri-sonne is much nicer but not much info on the sugar in them!

Lulu'sMammy;2431399

Some Northern people do call it asdas, its no big deal now is it, i mean … Some Northern people do call it asdas, its no big deal now is it, i mean really!



Bristolians call it ASDAL.

These are great for keeping packed lunches/picnics fresh.

Just freeze and pop them in the lunchbox. At lunchtime they'll still be lovely and cool and you sandwiches will still be fresh!
:thumbsup:

BristolDeal;2433572





LOVE IT :w00t: I'm waynetta slob cos i do RIGHT by kid but unfortunately am too lazy to care bout my grammer, punctuation etc.

i do love a valid responce he he.

also love the comments, so funny that many of us come back to a post about some capri sun, thats a sence of community u just dont get anywhere else :whistling:

mick84;2435751

they are not pure juice...i have a box of capri sun orange and capri … they are not pure juice...i have a box of capri sun orange and capri sonne orange here:...bout 12% is from concentrate and only 7% of that is orange...but 70% sugar is way off aswell box says sugar 25% (21g) rda for a 5-10 year old...tho they do a fresh orange one (or they used to) but i dont have any of them here to give the figuresanyways capri-sonne is much nicer but not much info on the sugar in them!



Aye, fair enough - I checked on the Capri Sun website and that's what it says. I bought one about a month ago though and was very surprised at the amount of sugar in it - sure it was more than 25%. Anyway, fair do's.

If you check COKE however, that has about the same amount of sugar in, and we all know what Coke does to your teeth eh? 25% of RDA or not...

capri sun still better than coke regardless of the sugar content being equal. caffene in coke

mick84;2435751

they are not pure juice...i have a box of capri sun orange and capri … they are not pure juice...i have a box of capri sun orange and capri sonne orange here:...bout 12% is from concentrate and only 7% of that is orange...but 70% sugar is way off aswell box says sugar 25% (21g) rda for a 5-10 year old...tho they do a fresh orange one (or they used to) but i dont have any of them here to give the figuresanyways capri-sonne is much nicer but not much info on the sugar in them!



hmm, maybe they do pure juice as well. I avoid "juice drinks".

iceland do them 10 for £1.50 anyway all flavours,sorry voted cold as u dont have to spend as much to get deal

Thanks "EKMaverick82" for pointing out that this is still available.
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