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I suppose....but a bag of real lemons is probably less than a quid.


I do get the frozen lemon cube idea though. I still like a real piece of lemon (or lime preferably) in my GTi.
 

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It's a bit more intense than a slice Sir J :D

Knowing B&M they will only stock them for a week :lol:
 

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I don't shop in B&M anyway. Do they have them in Waitrose or Booth's do you know?


@Paul - we have them up North too. ;)

(I don't think Booth's go too far South but they're a bit posher than Waitrose)
 

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A wedge how uncouth :eek:



Paul it's like a posh Aldi :lol:


B&M Stores:
Got it - there is one in Ipswich (used your link) and I've been there without knowing it was a B&M - found it a bit depressing tbh but I do accept you get bargains in such emporiums.

I'd have said downmarket Aldi but with proper shelving - but hey waddo I know?
 

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Doh!....as in real lemon or lime as opposed to a slice.:rolleyes::lol:
I do like real lemon but lemon ice cubes have a novelty value :D

Got it - there is one in Ipswich (used your link) and I've been there without knowing it was a B&M - found it a bit depressing tbh but I do accept you get bargains in such emporiums.

I'd have said downmarket Aldi but with proper shelving - but hey waddo I know?
I get a stack of cheap disposable made in god knows where toys for Toby and James from there and that makes me a :cool: poompah :D

You know the stuff water rockets, plastic soldiers on parachutes, string driven Heli's that shoot vertical off a stick, catapult fired wirlygigs :D

Jan buys coffee mate and bog rolls :rolleyes:
 

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netto doesn't exist any more - asda bought them all

lidl is now the beginner's step toward the world of aldi wonderfulness. at the very bottom of the foodchain, scraping the barrel and rifling through kerry katona's bins in search of her prawn ring, is iceland
 

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I would definitely have described B&M as more downmarket than Aldi.
 
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