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WLYWLYAWYPWF 20-03-2015 04:21 PM

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Originally Posted by anti-addick (Post 12300832)
So, at the start fanny about with the bags. Yeah that's quicker. :rolleyes:

So the bags are easier to open if you leave it till the end? :rolleyes: Moving the items twice takes longer not opening the f*cking bags in the first place. They should create self service till areas based on IQ.

Tripod 10 20-03-2015 04:29 PM

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Originally Posted by anti-addick (Post 12300831)
Still takes the same time you thick twats.

No it doesn't.
One smooth movement is much quicker than scanning it, putting it down and then packing.

CaterhamEagle 20-03-2015 04:33 PM

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Originally Posted by anti-addick (Post 12300831)
Still takes the same time you thick twats.

Must be a whoosh? Moving something once then having to move it again to pack it clearly takes more time than moving and packing it in one motion, that's pretty basic.

Jim Cannon 20-03-2015 04:39 PM

Men arguing over the best way to pack their shopping. Just wrong

CommercialStone 20-03-2015 04:54 PM

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Originally Posted by Jim Cannon (Post 12300973)
Men arguing over the best way to pack their shopping. Just wrong

every time the wife and I go shopping, I try and throw the shopping is bags as quickly as possible, while she has 3 or 4 bags on the go and splits it into fruit and veg, and tins, and cleaning stuff - we argue about it every time

hull eagle 20-03-2015 05:52 PM

Staff on the till in Aldi and the speed that they put the items through the till, its like their trying to break some sort of world record or something

Chocky 20-03-2015 06:10 PM

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Originally Posted by Selhurst Celtic (Post 12300865)
If you are male and come out of a food shop unable to carry what you have just purchased in your hands (not holding a carrier bag, I mean literally in your hands) then you are either single, sad or a virgin (or all three).

16 Pot Noodles and 6 boxes of Kleenex.

Chocky 20-03-2015 06:20 PM

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Originally Posted by viking's no1 (Post 12300489)
Interviewers who interview people who have traveled miles to see the eclipse and open with the first question of; 'So, are you looking forward to seeing the eclipse?'.

"So are you looking forward to seeing bugger all you stupid sad no life hippy f*ckwitt?"

Blind_Eagle 20-03-2015 06:34 PM

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Originally Posted by Selhurst Celtic (Post 12300865)
If you are male and come out of a food shop unable to carry what you have just purchased in your hands (not holding a carrier bag, I mean literally in your hands) then you are either single, sad or a virgin (or all three).

If you are a man, surely you leave the food shop with a haunch of venison over one shoulder, a hindquarters of Dexter beef on the other and a side of lamb hanging from your teeth?

In such a situation, where the hell are you supposed to stash your quiche?

Pistol Knight 20-03-2015 06:39 PM

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Originally Posted by hull eagle (Post 12301085)
Staff on the till in Aldi and the speed that they put the items through the till, its like their trying to break some sort of world record or something

Staff on any supermarket till asking "would you like help with packing" I'm a man I can do it ffs.......................

Gooders 20-03-2015 06:41 PM

Men can't pack shopping.

Isle of Wight 20-03-2015 06:43 PM

Solar Eclipses that are always covered in cloud.

hull eagle 20-03-2015 06:52 PM

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Originally Posted by Pistol Knight (Post 12301123)
Staff on any supermarket till asking "would you like help with packing" I'm a man I can do it ffs.......................

Just don't go too fecking fast!!!!!:)

in-exile 20-03-2015 07:01 PM

If I ever go shopping....FFS dog and bark yourself and all that!....I chuck it all in the trolley and pack it into bags at the car, so not holding up the pro's..

Stellavista 20-03-2015 07:43 PM

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Originally Posted by CommercialStone (Post 12300994)
every time the wife and I go shopping, I try and throw the shopping is bags as quickly as possible, while she has 3 or 4 bags on the go and splits it into fruit and veg, and tins, and cleaning stuff - we argue about it every time

Sorry, I'm with your wife on this one. Take your own heavy duty bags, Open them in the trolley, pack stuff into the appropriate bags. Not hard.
I'm not generally keen on online grocery shopping, so the Mrs writes me a list, and I do the shop.

Chocky 20-03-2015 07:54 PM

I do all the shopping for my house. I hate it but I'm the only driver and get no help. Bags and bags of stuff. So much so I'm on hello terms with f*cking shelf stacking staff in 4 supermarkets. I also put the stuff away when I get in so f*ck what bag they go into.

In return I will not wash up. Well yes I do if its a couple of plates but other than that no. I HATE shopping and I never ever see any other bloke on their own in supermarkets unless they're buying 16 Pot Noodles and wanking socks.

Stellavista 20-03-2015 07:58 PM

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Originally Posted by Chocky (Post 12301185)
I do all the shopping for my house. I hate it but I'm the only driver and get no help. Bags and bags of stuff. So much so I'm on hello terms with f*cking shelf stacking staff in 4 supermarkets. I also put the stuff away when I get in so f*ck what bag they go into.

In return I will not wash up. Well yes I do if its a couple of plates but other than that no. I HATE shopping and I never ever see any other bloke on their own in supermarkets unless they're buying 16 Pot Noodles and wanking socks.

I don't enjoy it but, like you, I'm the only driver. The Mrs has a license, but no sense of direction or spatial awareness, so her getting behind the wheel would simply be an unintentional Death Race 2000.

Joe85 20-03-2015 07:59 PM

Two words:

Home

Delivery

Chocky 20-03-2015 08:05 PM

Some more words

Don't

Do

It

In

Spain

Apart

From

Mercadona

Who

Charge

A

C*nt

For

It.

Stellavista 20-03-2015 08:06 PM

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Originally Posted by Joe85 (Post 12301192)
Two words:

Home

Delivery

Do for some things, but I'm not having some spotty warehouse work experience teenager choosing my fresh produce. As you were.


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