Don't forget the Christmas pud. You don't need to spend a fortune to satisfy your Christmas sweet tooth. These two are the cheapest on offer at the major supermarkets; they will set you back 83p at Asda and Tesco.
wow wow wow. What useful use of space.i don't know about this crap.I prefer buying from amazon whether it's a black friday sale or just some normal shopping.
guys and girls try it
What a waste of space! Whoever paid for this article to be placed here was sadly misinformed as to its relevance. Why pay for low-cost low-quality products when for a few pounds more you can have the best that Tesco offer? Wait until the last two-days and the bargains will really be available.
Why worry people?! The tories have already told us 'we've never had it so good!'
Based on their changes and policy reversals, i can't wait for the next general election so i can vote for them so we can say 'yipee, we've never had it better!'
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