Half pint glass now £1 each instore at John Lewis. Cheers. Hic. (or add £2 C&C per order under £30)
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Half pint glass now £1 each instore at John Lewis. Cheers. Hic. (or add £2 C&C per order under £30)

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Found 13th JanEdited by:"Deal_guy"
Pour your favourite beer into this half pint glass and enjoy at your leisure.

Was £3 before clearance.

Now to buy the beer to go into all those glasses! Perfect excuse.

PS: can also drink water or juice, but not sure why anyone would prefer them over beer.
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Also available at you local pub FREE.....
col1153 m ago

Also available at you local pub FREE.....


Don't forget your handbag.
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col112 h, 33 m ago

Also available at you local pub FREE.....


Anything is available free if you are prepared to steal.
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deleted40501213th Jan

Anything is available free if you are prepared to steal.


I think pubs fall outside the normal shoplifting rules.

After all, you pay your money and you get handed a pint glass full of beer.

Where is it written that you have to hand back the glass?

If they had the rules posted saying it was only a loan of the glass, that would be different.

But they don't.
deleted139113913th Jan

I think pubs fall outside the normal shoplifting rules.After all, you pay …I think pubs fall outside the normal shoplifting rules.After all, you pay your money and you get handed a pint glass full of beer.Where is it written that you have to hand back the glass?If they had the rules posted saying it was only a loan of the glass, that would be different.But they don't.


Even then it wouldn't be "free"
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Deal_guy21 m ago

Even then it wouldn't be "free"


but you'd be getting your money's worth

I remember a well-stocked student bedsit way back then lol
Thanks. I'll now be able to entertain lady friends at my house
deleted139113913th Jan

I think pubs fall outside the normal shoplifting rules.After all, you pay …I think pubs fall outside the normal shoplifting rules.After all, you pay your money and you get handed a pint glass full of beer.Where is it written that you have to hand back the glass?If they had the rules posted saying it was only a loan of the glass, that would be different.But they don't.


The last time I was in a pub, and, admittedly, that was a long time ago, you bought drinks by asking, for example, for a pint of beer. There was no mention of the glass, only the contents, so the container was not included in the contract of sale, making you a thieving git.
qbs13 m ago

The last time I was in a pub, and, admittedly, that was a long time ago, …The last time I was in a pub, and, admittedly, that was a long time ago, you bought drinks by asking, for example, for a pint of beer. There was no mention of the glass, only the contents, so the container was not included in the contract of sale, making you a thieving git.


I suppose I should return the miles of packaging that Amazon ship my products in because I'm only buying what's in the box!?
the__cat22 m ago

I suppose I should return the miles of packaging that Amazon ship my … I suppose I should return the miles of packaging that Amazon ship my products in because I'm only buying what's in the box!?


Maybe ask the seller not to securely package it in the first place and that you take full responsibility for any damage during transit 😄
G_Sara48 m ago

Maybe ask the seller not to securely package it in the first place and …Maybe ask the seller not to securely package it in the first place and that you take full responsibility for any damage during transit 😄



You missed the point.
the__cat2 h, 5 m ago

I suppose I should return the miles of packaging that Amazon ship my …I suppose I should return the miles of packaging that Amazon ship my products in because I'm only buying what's in the box!?


Maybe you should, but given that you've chosen to have something delivered from a distance, I suspect you'd rather the sender provided some protection. However, I'm perfectly sure that Amazon would be quite happy to stick a delivery label on your item as long as you accepted responsibility for pursuing claims for damage against the carrier, assuming Amazon could find one.
That said, I had a laptop bag delivered from Ebuyer where the delivery label was stuck on the thin polythene bag the laptop bag was in.
But to return to the pub. Would you also feel at liberty to take home the crockery and cutlery supplied with your pub lunch?And why not the table and chair while you're at it? Then there's the toilet, and maybe the door you used to enter the premises. Fancy a carpet? How about the telly and the fruit machine? Maybe the barmaid?
qbs18 m ago

Maybe you should, but given that you've chosen to have something delivered …Maybe you should, but given that you've chosen to have something delivered from a distance, I suspect you'd rather the sender provided some protection. However, I'm perfectly sure that Amazon would be quite happy to stick a delivery label on your item as long as you accepted responsibility for pursuing claims for damage against the carrier, assuming Amazon could find one. That said, I had a laptop bag delivered from Ebuyer where the delivery label was stuck on the thin polythene bag the laptop bag was in.But to return to the pub. Would you also feel at liberty to take home the crockery and cutlery supplied with your pub lunch?And why not the table and chair while you're at it? Then there's the toilet, and maybe the door you used to enter the premises. Fancy a carpet? How about the telly and the fruit machine? Maybe the barmaid?


"Maybe the barmaid"
qbs25 m ago

Maybe you should, but given that you've chosen to have something delivered …Maybe you should, but given that you've chosen to have something delivered from a distance, I suspect you'd rather the sender provided some protection. However, I'm perfectly sure that Amazon would be quite happy to stick a delivery label on your item as long as you accepted responsibility for pursuing claims for damage against the carrier, assuming Amazon could find one. That said, I had a laptop bag delivered from Ebuyer where the delivery label was stuck on the thin polythene bag the laptop bag was in.But to return to the pub. Would you also feel at liberty to take home the crockery and cutlery supplied with your pub lunch?And why not the table and chair while you're at it? Then there's the toilet, and maybe the door you used to enter the premises. Fancy a carpet? How about the telly and the fruit machine? Maybe the barmaid?



Hmmm you're taking that to the extreme, so you're probably unreasonable anyway.

I'll give back the paper Costa cup that I drank from because they just loaned it to me.
the__cat6 m ago

Hmmm you're taking that to the extreme, so you're probably unreasonable …Hmmm you're taking that to the extreme, so you're probably unreasonable anyway.I'll give back the paper Costa cup that I drank from because they just loaned it to me.


I think you'll find Costa charges extra for supplying certain cups now, unless you choose to supply your own. You could always take one of your stolen pint glasses to the pub with you the next time you go for a pint.
qbs2 m ago

I think you'll find Costa charges extra for supplying certain cups now, …I think you'll find Costa charges extra for supplying certain cups now, unless you choose to supply your own. You could always take one of your stolen pint glasses to the pub with you the next time you go for a pint.



Now they do, because of loonies moaning about recycling. They didn't always though, so the cost has nothing to do with actually supplying the cup.
the__cat40 m ago

Hmmm you're taking that to the extreme, so you're probably unreasonable …Hmmm you're taking that to the extreme, so you're probably unreasonable anyway.I'll give back the paper Costa cup that I drank from because they just loaned it to me.


Hmm so wouldn’t you say returning the packaging from Amazon is taking it to the extreme and unreasonable? It’s not like you or Amazon will benefit in any way as it’s not reusable and you’ve already paid for the packaging. The point you’re missing here is that the pint glass will be washed and reused, the paper cup is meant to be disposed of.
Edited by: "G_Sara" 14th Jan
the__cat24 m ago

Now they do, because of loonies moaning about recycling. They didn't …Now they do, because of loonies moaning about recycling. They didn't always though, so the cost has nothing to do with actually supplying the cup.


Loonies? There's only one loony in this thread.
G_Sara23 m ago

Hmm so wouldn’t you say returning the packaging from Amazon is taking it t …Hmm so wouldn’t you say returning the packaging from Amazon is taking it to the extreme and unreasonable? It’s not like you or Amazon will benefit in any way as it’s not reusable and you’ve already paid for the packaging. The point you’re missing here is that the pint glass will be washed and reused, the paper cup is meant to be disposed of.


Says who? As previously stated by someone else, where is that written?
qbs18 m ago

Loonies? There's only one loony in this thread.


I know. I'll stop talking to "it" now.
the__cat12 m ago

I know. I'll stop talking to "it" now.


Is that the best you can do?
Wow! When I saw how many comments there was for this post I knew I wouldn't be disappointed when I decided to read them. Please continue
the__cat50 m ago

Says who? As previously stated by someone else, where is that written?

As mentioned by someone else, by your logic you should try and take the cutlery, tables and chairs while you’re at it. Or maybe you would be ok with someone coming over to yours and taking anything they’ve used? Because obviously by you’re understanding stealing is ok if you’re not stopped.

Back to the pub - the pub can only serve drinks to be consumed in the licensed area. It’s written in the licensing act somewhere I just can’t bothered to look it up. If you take the glass outside the permitted area you would be taking advantage of any lack of enforcement. Try doing that in a night club - you won’t even be able to take a disposable shot glass passed the bouncers. If of course you want to take an empty pint glass home, maybe discuss this prior to buying so the staff can let you know. House rules don’t have to be written as you’re on their private property. The sale was for a pint of beer which you would have consumed. And who knows some pubs may have it explicitly written, only way to find out is ask .
Edited by: "G_Sara" 14th Jan
G_Sara5 h, 57 m ago

As mentioned by someone else, by your logic you should try and take the …As mentioned by someone else, by your logic you should try and take the cutlery, tables and chairs while you’re at it. Or maybe you would be ok with someone coming over to yours and taking anything they’ve used? Because obviously by you’re understanding stealing is ok if you’re not stopped. Back to the pub - the pub can only serve drinks to be consumed in the licensed area. It’s written in the licensing act somewhere I just can’t bothered to look it up. If you take the glass outside the permitted area you would be taking advantage of any lack of enforcement. Try doing that in a night club - you won’t even be able to take a disposable shot glass passed the bouncers. If of course you want to take an empty pint glass home, maybe discuss this prior to buying so the staff can let you know. House rules don’t have to be written as you’re on their private property. The sale was for a pint of beer which you would have consumed. And who knows some pubs may have it explicitly written, only way to find out is ask .


Just give up, you're waffling now
qbs6 h, 15 m ago

Is that the best you can do?


No, but you're boring me.
G_Sara6 h, 14 m ago

As mentioned by someone else, by your logic you should try and take the …As mentioned by someone else, by your logic you should try and take the cutlery, tables and chairs while you’re at it. Or maybe you would be ok with someone coming over to yours and taking anything they’ve used? Because obviously by you’re understanding stealing is ok if you’re not stopped. Back to the pub - the pub can only serve drinks to be consumed in the licensed area. It’s written in the licensing act somewhere I just can’t bothered to look it up. If you take the glass outside the permitted area you would be taking advantage of any lack of enforcement. Try doing that in a night club - you won’t even be able to take a disposable shot glass passed the bouncers. If of course you want to take an empty pint glass home, maybe discuss this prior to buying so the staff can let you know. House rules don’t have to be written as you’re on their private property. The sale was for a pint of beer which you would have consumed. And who knows some pubs may have it explicitly written, only way to find out is ask .


Many years ago when having lunch at a seaside restaurant I read a sign prominently displayed on the wall. It stated the following, “ Polite notice. Our cutlery is unlike your medication and should not be taken after meals”.
the__cat30 m ago

Just give up, you're waffling now


Seems like you have
the__cat1 h, 15 m ago

No, but you're boring me.



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Must be hard for you to type with Troll fingers.
qbs8 h, 28 m ago

[Image] Must be hard for you to type with Troll fingers.


Don't need to be a troll to be bored of someone. Your logic is terrible.
the__cat3 h, 1 m ago

Don't need to be a troll to be bored of someone. Your logic is terrible.


So bored that you just can't stay away?
qbs6 h, 23 m ago

So bored that you just can't stay away?


Yeah. Unfortunately other people are chatting here too so it'd be rude to not participate.
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