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Its scary how much I saved when I cut down my drinking, and how quickly I found other things to spend it on!
Dogs and Babies?
Not forgetting the floor in the home. So @BobClay s correct .....And new wifey
With all that I figure he'll be back on the booze before long ....
BP was crap.Out of curiosity how bad were the petrol pumps today?
Livin' the dream...BP was crap.
Today's my payday, every payday I put £20.00 petrol in my car (yes, that lasts me all month), today when I finished work I went to BP (It's on the way home) - there was a queue onto the main Rd (A34) mostly caused by an ignorant twit in a tiny car who decided to wait for the very first pump - whilst completely blocking the entrance to get to any of the 4 other pumps available...
Having a small car, I managed to squeeze past him and was 2nd in line at a pump further up, when I left, stupid red car had moved, and at least 4 cars were waiting at each pump, and the queue backed down the A34.
This also happened with toilet roll, I went to Home Bargains, which I do every payday, to buy my normal pack of 9 rolls..... None to be found, only small 4 packs - lady said shoppers have been painic buying again, as they have in my store (but not with toilet roll in ours!). In fact there's been a large increase in shoppers in my place in the last few days.... I didn't really think of that till just now.
***ohh, just remembered, they weren't just FILLING (I mean FILL) their cars, they were filling Jerry can after Jerry can too....
I discovered that you are allowed to keep up to thirty litres of petrol at home, outside of a vehicle tank, without informing anybody.
That's rather more than I expected, to be honest - beyond that, you can keep up to 275 litres, but you need to fill in some forms.
Anybody panic-buying electricity?