• map (unregistered)

    single column width frist

  • C0wboy (unregistered)

    Really wish Michael R would clear some of his notifications.

  • Selective myopia (unregistered)

    The 5 for £6 offer includes other items worth more than £1. Next!

  • GWO (unregistered)

    That celery are part of a deal on multiple different items, some of which are more than £1.20. Celery will be among the cheapest because celery is vile.

    So if potatoes are £2 a pack, tomatoes are £1.50 and celery is £1 per pack I can buy two lots of each for a total of £6. I don't make as big a saving as if I were buying 6 packs of potatoes, but I probably don't need 6 packs of potatoes, I need a mixture of stuff.

  • GWO (unregistered)

    (Also if you inspect the small print on the yellow label it says "Any 5 for £6 OR LESS"... So even if you do but 5 lots of celery, its only £5. Unfortunately you'll still be stuck with 5 packets of Satan's toothpicks)

  • Satan (unregistered) in reply to GWO

    I have nothing to do with celery

  • Church (unregistered) in reply to Satan

    While I have no problem with celery, this comment made me genuinely lol, so 100 internets to you, sir or madam.

  • Howard Richards (google)

    TRWTF is that you almost managed to redact Lee Nau's name in the email..

  • Carl Witthoft (google) in reply to Howard Richards

    Nau, Nau, Nau,... don't be rude. :-)

  • (nodebb)

    1601 called and said “𝔄𝔲𝔣 𝔇𝔢𝔲𝔱𝔰𝔠𝔥, 𝔟𝔦𝔱𝔱𝔢!”

  • jmm (unregistered)

    Said German ancestor was no doubt named Gutenberg

  • Pista (unregistered)

    The 5 celery for £6 offer includes the flying helmet.

  • (nodebb) in reply to Pista

    It’s the egg beaters that are expensive.

  • NoLand (unregistered)

    Now this is really thoughtful by MS: Only few appreciate the German calendar, starting in 416 AD to commemorate when Priscus Attalus, Roman usurper, was forced to participate in a triumph celebrated by emperor Honorius in the streets of Rome, just to be exiled to the Lipari Islands after the festivities.

    (Also reCAPTCHER just successfully identified me as non-human, as it failed to "know" all fields containing apartment houses.)

  • James (unregistered)


    WTF is that monstrosity?

  • RLB (unregistered) in reply to James

    It's Transport for London, who happen to know that url domains are case-insensitive.

  • James (unregistered) in reply to RLB

    Looks more like someone submitted it from mobile and no-one checked/corrected it before just pasting it into the article.

    Not sure which bit is worse.

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