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Old Oct 7th 2010, 4:33 pm
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don't make excuses to me its them new contacts.. you can actually see things now
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Old Oct 8th 2010, 1:08 am
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don't make excuses to me its them new contacts.. you can actually see things now
Can't see nothing now lol ripped the damn things back with the glasses
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Can't see nothing now lol ripped the damn things back with the glasses
What are you like eh?
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Old Oct 8th 2010, 2:14 am
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What are you like eh?
Nightmare, they are over nighting a pair which means Monday
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Nightmare, they are over nighting a pair which means Monday
I remember a friend overnighting some money by Wells Fargo...ETA sometime next week.
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The menu sounds good. How do they taste?

I thought I was odd taking pictures of the kids and I shopping in Tesco last summer, I haven't started taking pics in Safeway yet.
I've seen those isles in most Safeway we go in. We stand and look and rarely buy, we usually follow up with a trip to Stockton to the Cost Plus World Market, I found with sales it's cheaper and fresher.
Great Taste, go there for lunch about once a month
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There's no British section in our local Safeway but you can still find most things if you shop around. They one thing I'm still searching for is HP Fruity, you can get Spicy but no Fruity. What a tease seeing it in the photo.

Thanks for the tip on Cornish Pasty Co, it's only a couple of miles down the road so ~I know what I'm doing tomorrow night after a beer.
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There's no British section in our local Safeway but you can still find most things if you shop around. They one thing I'm still searching for is HP Fruity, you can get Spicy but no Fruity. What a tease seeing it in the photo.

Thanks for the tip on Cornish Pasty Co, it's only a couple of miles down the road so ~I know what I'm doing tomorrow night after a beer.
Safeway maybe its done by store size and only in certain geographic locations.

Enjoy the Paties
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Safeway maybe its done by store size and only in certain geographic locations.

Enjoy the Paties
We don't have Safeways around here.
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We don't have Safeways around here.
Really that surprises me do you have a Vons or one of their other brand names!!
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Really that surprises me do you have a Vons or one of their other brand names!!
Never heard of them. Around here it's Shop Rite, Super Stop'n'Shop and in a very few selective areas Kings (which used to be owned by M&S).
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we have internat sections like the pictures in a few of the supermarkets but i often dont get anything when im passing.

The only thing i regularly buy is heinz beans by the case from amazon and atora veg suet. I get marmite and teabags brought over by friends as i can get them locally but at a stupid price.

I had bought the odd jar of lloyd grossmans curry sauces - but they seem very expensive - so now ive found a good easy recipe for chicken tikka masala i dont need to buy the readymade sauce anymore.
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we have internat sections like the pictures in a few of the supermarkets but i often dont get anything when im passing.

The only thing i regularly buy is heinz beans by the case from amazon and atora veg suet. I get marmite and teabags brought over by friends as i can get them locally but at a stupid price.

I had bought the odd jar of lloyd grossmans curry sauces - but they seem very expensive - so now ive found a good easy recipe for chicken tikka masala i dont need to buy the readymade sauce anymore.
OMG I don't know how I'd manage without Heinz Baked Beans.
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Old Oct 8th 2010, 2:40 pm
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we have internat sections like the pictures in a few of the supermarkets but i often dont get anything when im passing.

The only thing i regularly buy is heinz beans by the case from amazon and atora veg suet. I get marmite and teabags brought over by friends as i can get them locally but at a stupid price.

I had bought the odd jar of lloyd grossmans curry sauces - but they seem very expensive - so now ive found a good easy recipe for chicken tikka masala i dont need to buy the readymade sauce anymore.
Suet was talking about that yesterday Steak and Kidney pudding.

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OMG I don't know how I'd manage without Heinz Baked Beans.
Must be Windy in New Jersey!!
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Suet was talking about that yesterday Steak and Kidney pudding.



Must be Windy in New Jersey!!
Took me about 18 years to find out Dove is actually Galaxy...
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