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Jo Scott Jul 12
A thread for the good people at
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Catherine Hudson Dec 27
I’m not getting the issue with DFS on - I got my sofa and a year later my mum thought she’d get one similar and got another bargain... why is there a problem if you’re not getting ripped off (they don’t move the prices up and down like some retailers)
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🎃 Fay, the Most Gracious, of Valhalla 🎃 Dec 30
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AndyN22 May 20
If you spend £47 on a candle you probably need to be sectioned
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Lena Nutrition Apr 29
Watching which is explaining how baby food companies are advertising solid foods and weaning for babies of 4 months, which goes against public health advice recommending it should be started at 6 months
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Our Lady of Sorrows Jan 8
Chestnut Class trip to Armthorpe today. But who’s going to pay the bill?
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Mark 🏳️‍🌈🇪🇺🇬🇧 May 6
She didn't even know OralB made a mouthwash!!!
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lisa Apr 15
One of the best loyalty cards I’ve used Is the co op one, especially if you buy co op own brand stuff, the money builds up so fast
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Rob Vinke May 20
So food producers offer the same products in tins AND environmentally damaging plastic containers???? How is that ok!?
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Jayne de Ville Dec 29
When you're just sitting there on the sofa watching some trashy Xmas TV and as if by magic your assistant appears. We need to talk about !
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Natalie Clark May 6
I buy eggs exclusively not because of the egg yolk colour but due to my concerns for welfare. I’d rather pay more for a mixed size box from happy hens.
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Lorna Bellany ANutr Apr 22
Fantastic broadcast on highlighting the dangers of nutrition advice from high street retailers on supplements that often hold no nutritional benefit. Only trust accredited nutritionists (ANutR’s) that can advise you on nutritional FOOD advise - not supplements!
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callingoutfakepeople May 27
ABSOLUTELY DISGUSTING THAT TESCO'S CAN SELL THE SAME PRODUCT - SAME WEIGHT- AND THE PLASTIC NON RECYCLABLE ITEM SELLS FOR MORE MONEY ! I thought Supermarkets were supposed to be making a difference to the Environment. THIS IS PURE PROFIT (GREED) FOR TESCOS
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Channel 4 May 1
Beards = big business, but are those of a hairy disposition being taken advantage of?
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Yvonne Apr 22
There's so much marketing thievery going on
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Bellyflop Dec 27
Quite an eye opener about sales tactics on
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Stephen #STFU #IBYSCCUTO #IASCBICUA May 13
M&S on : "We are committed to getting this right". Yeah it's fairly simple - you just don't put the sweets next to the tills....?
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Dr Karen McAulay Dec 27
And a is likely not to be free.
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Charlotte Moore🥤Smoothie PR May 20
Really interesting piece on Adding ‘fridge’ to front of packaging (that also sits on shelves) indicates a ‘fresher’ product to customers. This lets retailers add on a premium cost to the SAME product in the fridge, that’s also sitting on its normal shelf!
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Martyn David Gould Apr 17
The big take outs from (link in comments) and their investigation into mobile signal strength 📺 👇🏽 1. More than a third of UK Consumers have signal strength issues 2. Over half the complaints made to Ofcom are about signal strength 3.…
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