Posted by sean on November 27, 2018 at 11:25 pm in Shopping with No Comments

My plans to spend the day playing Red Dead Redemption 2, from morning until night, were ruined again! I’d have got away with it too, if it wasn’t for those meddling kids. I lie. It wasn’t the fault of any children, I had to make a trip to Bristol, to go shopping in Asda – or as the locals of BS30 call it, “Asdoor”.

Take a look at the photos below, to see how we got on…

After we had been up and down every aisle in the entire superstore (that’s no exaggeration), loading the trolley until it was on the verge of overflowing, we headed towards the checkout. Sadly, we were not taking part in Supermarket Sweep, so we had to pay for everything.

As the cashier scanned our massive shop, Claire and I looked on anxiously, worrying at just how much everything would cost. Once it was time for payment, I half expected Dermot O’Leary to turn up, to reveal the grand total, as if he was on Comic Relief announcing how much had been raised.

I won’t reveal how much it all cost, but let’s just say, for the same amount of money, I could have bought an Xbox on Black Friday.

Why not? Afterall, everyone associates flamingos with the birth of Jesus Christ.

The Best of EastEnders. The world’s shortest DVD.

Note to self: If I ever go fishing and fail to catch anything, nip into Asda on the way home, buy this and then soak in the praise.

If they ever make Wagon Wheels geletin free, it’ll be a happy day.

The new Quorn pizza. What an exciting time to be alive.

Cheap chicken burgers. Incidentally, there is more meat in the Quorn pizza, than in an entire box of these.

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