Ritz Crisp & Thin 69p @ Home Bargains
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Ritz Crisp & Thin 69p @ Home Bargains

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Found 3rd Jun 2017Edited by:"pman12"
I shamelessly eat a whole bag to myself in one sitting, they are literally the most moreish things in the world.

In the Nottingham Beeston store, maybe nationwide.

Have both the Salt and Vinegar, Salt and Pepper flavours - the 100g big packs to eat by yourself share.

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KareemSaid

They literally aren't exactly crack are they?Great if you literally want … They literally aren't exactly crack are they?Great if you literally want to add a bit of blubber, literally. "literallyˈlɪt(ə)rəli/adverbadverb: literallyin a literal manner or sense; exactly."the driver took it literally when asked to go straight over the roundabout"synonyms: verbatim , word for word, line for line, letter for letter, to the letter; More exactly , precisely , faithfully , closely , strictly , strictly speaking, accurately , rigorously ; rare literatim "their name, translated literally, means ‘the river’"antonyms: loosely , imprecisely, metaphoricallyinformalused for emphasis while not being literally true."I have received literally thousands of letters"



I bet you don't get invited to many parties you miserable s*d.
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They literally aren't exactly crack are they?

Great if you literally want to add a bit of blubber, literally.

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literally
ˈlɪt(ə)rəli/
adverb
adverb: literally
in a literal manner or sense; exactly.
"the driver took it literally when asked to go straight over the roundabout"
synonyms:verbatim, word for word, line for line, letter for letter, to the letter; More
"their name, translated literally, means ‘the river’"
antonyms:loosely, imprecisely, metaphorically
  • informal
    used for emphasis while not being literally true.
    "I have received literally thousands of letters"
KareemSaid

They literally aren't exactly crack are they?Great if you literally want … They literally aren't exactly crack are they?Great if you literally want to add a bit of blubber, literally. "literallyˈlɪt(ə)rəli/adverbadverb: literallyin a literal manner or sense; exactly."the driver took it literally when asked to go straight over the roundabout"synonyms: verbatim , word for word, line for line, letter for letter, to the letter; More exactly , precisely , faithfully , closely , strictly , strictly speaking, accurately , rigorously ; rare literatim "their name, translated literally, means ‘the river’"antonyms: loosely , imprecisely, metaphoricallyinformalused for emphasis while not being literally true."I have received literally thousands of letters"



I bet you don't get invited to many parties you miserable s*d.
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