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  • amethyst
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    Originally posted by George 1978 View Post

    The only problem with Primark is its associations with the sweatshop labour industry in places like India and China and the scrooge-type local currency equivalent of 35p an hour for sewing denim skirts and jeans together. Apart from that, it isn't too bad for clothes that are not in the second hand charity shop territory.
    True haven't been this year or going in the near future.I have bought a few things from Nutmeg Clothing Morrisons range the prices are not too bad

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  • George 1978
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    Originally posted by amethyst View Post
    Re: What did you buy today


    Lol I love Primark it's like Aladdins cave clothes wise you could spend hours in their stores
    The only problem with Primark is its associations with the sweatshop labour industry in places like India and China and the scrooge-type local currency equivalent of 35p an hour for sewing denim skirts and jeans together. Apart from that, it isn't too bad for clothes that are not in the second hand charity shop territory.

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  • George 1978
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    A loaf of bread

    (Well, you did ask...)

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  • W1 Rover
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    A 500ml Kilner jar.
    Off to reap the hedgerow's bounty tomorrow.
    Hawthorn ketchup here we come!

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  • DemetriusVVV
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    It was a consultation from an expert in Shopify ecosystem who helped me with a great tip how to improve my store's usability it turned out that I should imply attach my store to the Kukapp application.
    Last edited by DemetriusVVV; 16-09-2021, 21:45.

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  • George 1978
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    Originally posted by tex View Post

    CDs can be bought really cheaply now can't they, rather like DVDs....guess most people are streaming entertainment these days.
    Mind you, cassettes and records (LPs at least) have made a brief comeback in recent years, but CDs have never gone away - just yet.

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  • tex
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    Hmmmm

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  • walleraubree4
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    Have recently bough a really interesting book called "A Mirror Above the Abyss" here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B094NMRWPJ. Have never thought this genre will be interesting to me, but the book itself is worthy of your attention.

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  • tex
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    A book about seaside postcards...you know, the saucy ones!

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  • tex
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    Originally posted by George 1978 View Post
    A few CDs online.
    CDs can be bought really cheaply now can't they, rather like DVDs....guess most people are streaming entertainment these days.

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  • George 1978
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    A few CDs online.

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  • W1 Rover
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    A 100g bag of white back black fungus, dried.

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  • W1 Rover
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    Bought one of the last small disposable barbeques on display in Asda this morning. We'll be digging out the railcard and visiting a quiet beach just to the west of Brighton within the next few days. I've been considering packing some fishing tackle in the rucksack, sadly it seems that Asda don't stock fresh black lug or ragworm.

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  • tex
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    Originally posted by beccabear67 View Post
    I ordered a book about '60s British beat groups... it's recently published (this year) and is titled Having A Rave Up!
    That should be a good read Beccabear, i am reading a new(ish) Beatles biography by Craig brown titled "one, two, three four"....about quarter in and really enjoying it.

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  • beccabear67
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    I ordered a book about '60s British beat groups... it's recently published (this year) and is titled Having A Rave Up!

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