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10-03-2016, 08:49   #16
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We seem to be skipping next weekend:

4 ply toilet roll be like wiping your arse with a towel. That'll definitely block up a few toilets I reckon.
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4 ply toilet roll be like wiping your arse with a towel. That'll definitely block up a few toilets I reckon.
That's a fact...especially when someone in the house has to mummify their hand before wiping...
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10-03-2016, 11:26   #18
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Bit OT but Lidl in Athy is doing 20% off everything in-store except for non-food and alcohol. They are doing it for 10 days until 20th as Aldi has just opened here today.
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Pork mince is what I'll be stocking up on, is there a price on that?
500g pack, was €2.49 & will be €1.24 per pack
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19-20 March
Fallons Gold Blend Tea 80s 62c
Orange/Apple Juice 5x250ml 69c
PorkMince 500g €1.24
Dishwasher tablets 60s €1.94

http://www.lidl.ie/en/5940.htm
Bump for tomorrow. I find that sometimes the specials run out by Sunday
Is that the cheapest orange juice ever at 55c/l?
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Bump for tomorrow. I find that sometimes the specials run out by Sunday
Is that the cheapest orange juice ever at 55c/l?
yeah
the orange juice is incredibility cheap
and if you purchase using the voucher
you're getting it for 44 cent a litre
cheaper than water!
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28-03-2016, 15:45   #22
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Great price for those meatballs.

A thing we go for....
When Lidl have their 'italian' weeks, the range of sauces are perfect for this.
The one with the black lid I linked is their ricotta sauce & it goes perfectly with these meatballs.

with some Lidl Spaghetti & an onion & you've got a top notch spaghetti & meatballs on the cheap.
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Great price for those meatballs.
Lord knows what was ground up into them.
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Lord knows what was ground up into them.
Grade 'A' human.

no off-cuts.
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Did anybody succeed in getting the lamb fillet 'special' that was supposed to be available on the 21st March, about €9 or €9 per kilo. I couldn't find any so I emailed customer services but got nowhere.
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Lord knows what was ground up into them.
They're probably just made from fatty beef mince, 20% fat or so I'd guess. And that's grand for meatballs, lean meat would just get dried out whereas those, while higher in calories, will still be nice. I'm sure there's something else added to keep them together but nothing major or untoward, they'll likely be making a loss on them but using them to get people in to do their shop in LIDL.
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Lord knows what was ground up into them.
Well instead of your usual poo-pooing of everything with sly digs and "witty" comments, why don't you look it up?

They're fully traceable.
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Well instead of your usual poo-pooing of everything with sly digs and "witty" comments, why don't you look it up?

They're fully traceable.
Traceable and grade A mean nothing. Especially in Ireland. It's not long ago it was all horse and where do all the stolen livestock end up?

They're just tag lines.

Head over to farming forum and look at them poo poo over more tag lines.
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next weekend :Saturday 9th Sunday 10th

2 Garlic Chicken Kiev 260g 89 cent
Heinz Tomato ketchup 570g €1.44
American Style Pizza 440g/450g 74 cent
Gold instant Coffee 200g €1.47

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