41 thoughts on “Cheaper Or The Puppy Gets It

  1. Brother Barnabas

    for girls, who of course also use it after a wee, toilet roll is indeed quite dear – although girls do fewer poos than boys

    but for boys who only need it for poos, it’s not so bad

    (bodger, feel free to use this comment for any future marketing of BS)

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    1. missred

      You think that’s bad, wait til you have your time of the month, then loo roll use goes to infinity and beyond

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      1. Janet, I ate my avatar

        I got some stuff the other day that had coconut oil in it, it was all that was left….
        but have to say it’s very agreeable

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          1. f_lawless

            Wasn’t it more associated with the 80s? Apparently it was the 90’s era of shower cubicles that killed off the bidet according to this: https://bespokebathrooms.ie/is-it-time-to-bring-back-the-bidet/

            As toilet paper stocks run low, is it time to once again take a leaf out of the Italians’ book and bring back the bidet en masse so that we avoid this fiasco in the future? Much better for our bodily bits and the environment

          2. millie aka oprah

            I know that my mam and dad had theirs put in during the early 90s. I still remember the hideous colour scheme.

    1. The Old Boy

      As a pub landlord once told John Mills in his days as a struggling actor selling lavatory paper door-to-door, “Well lad, the thing is, there’s 46 pages in t’Daily Mail.”

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  2. Lilly

    And a dishonourable mention for Nourish health food shops charging customers a whopping €45 for a bottle of Vitamin C. Vile.

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  3. some old queen

    All that typing with no observational skills- the retail price is as first advertised- €6,39.

    If Tesco (Ireland) are charging even one cent more then they are breaking the law.

    Check your friggen till receipt after purchase.

    Oh and btw it is 0,00 not 0.00.

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    1. wearnicehats

      They are only breaking the law if the price at the till does not match that on the shelf. The €6.30 is, as stated, the RRP – Recommended retail price.

      To force a shop to use the RRP would actually be illegal as it breaches competition law. A shop is not breaking the law by charging more than their competitors. They have the choice to do it – you have the choice to shop elsewhere

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  4. jamesjoist

    It’s strange days indeed, I”m delighted I can get out for a couple of hours shopping tomorrow. Wednesday is
    my preferred day. Wearing latex gloves and facemask. Like a scene from a real low budget Sci Fi .

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