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Re: What did you last buy?

Started by Lisa, December 16, 2017, 19:09:54 pm

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Tâf

Quote from: Izzy on January 10, 2018, 18:48:05 pm
He'll wolf down something one meal and not even look at it the next ::) Drives me mental


That's our lad too  :(

fred

Quote from: Izzy on January 10, 2018, 18:48:05 pm
Quote from: El on January 08, 2018, 12:16:27 pm
Our Mill is a cheap do. She eats Chappie dog tin in a morning and meaty chunks at tea time (plus anything else she can get away way)  ;D


They say it's common for heart dogs (he has an Arrhythmia) to be fussy. He'll wolf down something one meal and not even look at it the next ::) Drives me mental


My dogs used to eat anything they were given or stole.  I was hosting a canoe club committee meeting when one of mine entered the room with something in it's mouth.  I took it off the dog and found it to be a partially frozen chicken portion.  Said dog had found a way top open the freezer, then the drawer and extract a portion from the packet.  Neighbour used to have peacock.  Noisy buggas.  They used to sit on the common wall with tails on my side.  One dog could get up an 8 ft wall.  Peacock were replaced one by one by a pile of feathers in my yard.
Gym?  Thought you said Gin.

Tâf

180 Bic 1 disposable razors bought as I went to get a new one out of the cupboard and found none! The missus says she has been using them once then binning them! Each one lasts me about 4 months!!!

:grumpy:

El

Daylight bulbs. Another dog coat which HMM probably won't wear but I am fed up of the three towel pantomime every time it rains. She won't wear it on the fields cos that is pointless with her keep swimming but she will wear it round the block
  ::). It's only a rain vest anyway.

Tâf

The Marrisons butcher sold me about 6 sq ft of defatted pork rind for 50p, it's roasting in the oven now.

Tâf

What! had a seed sale on, 3 packs for £1, so I bought flowering plants for the missus, and chillies for me.

fred

Gym?  Thought you said Gin.

El

An air fryer on a lightening deal.So called had 4* reviews too.  It's rubbish. My hairdryer would do better.

Tâf

Quote from: El on February 02, 2018, 09:56:16 am
An air fryer on a lightening deal.So called had 4* reviews too.  It's rubbish. My hairdryer would do better.


Ours sits in a cupboard now unless I want to roast some peanuts.

Yesterday I bought 2 stick vacuum cleaners. One for an elderly neighbour, then the missus said she needed one...

A bargain at £39 down from £240 each...

El

Love my cordless dyson. Got the big animal cylinder one and though very good it is a pain to drag round. The cordless one is forever being used especially as a quick crumb hoover on the worktops. Not as effective on the floor for us with a dog.

Tâf

This is the type we bought. Our neighbour swears by the brand even though I had never heard of it. "Sold in posh stores" she told me. 25.9v battery. so it should have a bit of ooomph!


El

Fantastic for the price  :D

fred

Gym?  Thought you said Gin.

Tâf

Seed compost from B&Q as no other shop had any.

An LED daylight lamp for Pol as she keeps buying cactii and they desperately need light to survive. Down £6 to £12.99 in Lidl.

Lamb mince and aubergines to make Moussaka.

El

I'm going to have to buy another kettle. Have killed the last one with over use. Am using the emergency stove top one but talk about a watched pot never boils  ::) it takes ages.