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Posted by sean on January 24, 2011 at 11:06 pm in Shopping with No Comments


I have been reliably informed that my local grocery store has closed down. Apparently it is just for the week while it is refurbished, which is somewhat of a disappointment.

As past readers of my blog will know, I am not a major fan of the shop – mainly due to the rude staff who work there, selling out of date food, making the customers queue for hours upon end and on one occasion trying to steal my lottery ticket (or at least forgetting to give it to me). To add insult to injury, it was a Euromillions rollover.

While I am not a fan of major businesses forming a monopoly and taking over the country like a giant pool of jam, I would love for my local supermarket (if you can use the word ‘super’) to be replaced by one of those Tesco Metros you see appearing almost everywhere these days.

I know this is rather unlikely, and this time next week the shop will re-open like nothing has happened, with its obnoxious twats who call themselves ‘staff’, serving customers who have aged ten years while waiting in line to be buy a loaf of bread or some other shit overprice produce.

I’m not really that angry, just letting off steam after negative feelings about the local shop have built up over 15+ years. Therapy required? No. Just a pissing Tesco Metro on my doorstep… I’d even take a Lidl!

Today’s blog swear count: 3
I apologise

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