18 thoughts on “No Panic Buying

  1. Father Filth

    *cough* It’s the prices in Supervalu that cause the shock/trauma/distress.

    Are they going to have a, ‘slather the floor in olive oil to make it easier for people with no legs to wriggle around on’ evening?


      1. SPANX

        Oh yeah because EVERYONE with no legs has access to a wheelchair, do they!?!? Maybe in your privileged world, MrMiddleClassMoneyPants. The ones around me have to roll from one place to another.


  2. Harry Molloy

    I wonder could shops have an hour without children, old people, or aggressive middle aged women too?

  3. Nice Anne (Dammit)

    This is a great idea but for parents with autistic kids the hours are a bit late if the kids go to bed at 8. Dash to shop for 7, get home, shove perishables away, get kids bathed, changed, glass of milk, goggle at t’telly and teeth washed. The rush to get all that done is hardly promoting the hour of serenity some kids need to wind.down after their day.
    6-9 would be much more useful for parents with kids under 14 years of age.

  4. Iwerzon

    Its aimed with adults with autism, as I read the notice. They turn lights and fridges (buzzing) down as this can be a cause of distress for people with severe autism.

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