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Young's Fishermen's (and Admiral's) Pie 85p @ Tesco
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Young's Fishermen's (and Admiral's) Pie 85p @ Tesco

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Posted 14th Jan

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These are usually at least £1 (which is what I paid yesterday elsewhere). Saw these instore as well. Admiral's Pie is not very nice IMHO. Please excuse cavalier user of apostrophes.
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Your use of apostrophes is correct. However, Young's call it "Fisherman's Pie", that's fisherman singular, while you have written "Fishermen's", the plural. The apostrophe is still placed correctly, as the plural in this case (fishermen) is not formed by adding an "s". If it were, then the apostrophe would be placed after the "s", for example: politician's (singular possessive) and politicians' (plural possessive).
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The RRP is £1.50, not £1.00, and I've frequently seen them at this price e.g. in Sainsburys; but I reckon you've have to be pretty keen to pay £1.50 for them.
Edited by: "bookdream" 14th Jan
Your use of apostrophes is correct. However, Young's call it "Fisherman's Pie", that's fisherman singular, while you have written "Fishermen's", the plural. The apostrophe is still placed correctly, as the plural in this case (fishermen) is not formed by adding an "s". If it were, then the apostrophe would be placed after the "s", for example: politician's (singular possessive) and politicians' (plural possessive).
The_Name_With_No_Man14/01/2020 15:51

Your use of apostrophes is correct. However, Young's call it "Fisherman's …Your use of apostrophes is correct. However, Young's call it "Fisherman's Pie", that's fisherman singular, while you have written "Fishermen's", the plural. The apostrophe is still placed correctly, as the plural in this case (fishermen) is not formed by adding an "s". If it were, then the apostrophe would be placed after the "s", for example: politician's (singular possessive) and politicians' (plural possessive).


Thanks; the bit about 'cavalier use of apostrophes' was a reference to an Alan Partridge comment when perusing the market stalls of Norwich on one of his travelogue programmes.
Cold. Hardly has any fish in it
sourton1814/01/2020 16:09

Cold. Hardly has any fish in it



That, to my way of thinking, is one of the good things about them - I can say I've eaten fish for health reasons; but in reality not very much which is good because I don't really like it.
Pollock doesn't taste of anything... avoid this abomination
Pookster200014/01/2020 16:32

Pollock doesn't taste of anything


Alternatively described as a delicate and subtle flavour.
Whilst these alone are not great, they are quite nice in a sandwich.
lemaru14/01/2020 20:08

Whilst these alone are not great, they are quite nice in a sandwich.


Thus completely destroying any healthiness in this product!
You had me at partially reconstituted dried potato 😳
Edited by: "Pookster2000" 15th Jan
sourton1814/01/2020 16:09

Cold. Hardly has any fish in it



I agree, much prefer Icelands own "Luxury smoked Cod, Salmon and King Prawn" fish pie, not as cheap but more satisfying
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