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    Not tangible but i did buy it 30% in just over 1 day, might treat myself to a pack of tictacs.

    https://www.hl.co.uk/shares/shares-search-results/w/wisdomtree-wti-crude-oil-2x-daily-leveraged

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    Had to wait 2.5 weeks for it to arrive so that could disqualify it from an impulse buy.
    It sounds awesome.

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    Nice.

    I've got a treadmill arriving today.
    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    This morning popped into my bank and got my letter and statement for my visa extension renewal tomorrow, and afterwards around the corner into Villa Market for shopping. On Sunday, in the course of my efforts in the kitchen, I'd managed to break my garlic crusher through using it to mash chopped lemongrass. Obviously my arthritic right hand isn't as weak as I thought. Villa normally have a reasonable selection of quality kitchen implements, but alas no garlic crusher.

    What I did spot was this micro grater, which I reckon will do a job similar to a crusher. Will find out during this forthcoming weekend's effort.



    The now disposed of garlic crusher.


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    Sainsburys

    I am not a liberator , Liberators do not exist , The people liberate themselves , Ernesto Che Guevara .
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    ^ very symmetrical!

    Magners...? Couldn't get any Thatchers?

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    ^^^Brute strength PAG. Respect

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    The largest submarine ever built at 48000 tonnes displacement. Almost 3 times that of the of its 17000 tonnes Ohio Class cold war rival.
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    Not sure if 8 months on the todo list qualifies as an impulse buy, but I'm definitely going to get that freezer tomorrow or weekend tops, maybe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jabir View Post
    Not sure if 8 months on the todo list qualifies as an impulse buy, but I'm definitely going to get that freezer tomorrow or weekend tops, maybe.
    Good luck, jabir. I planned to buy a mocrowave on Monday only to find all electrical products cordoned off. Food and toiletries only for sale due to the current situation.
    Nev has style

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Good luck, jabir. I planned to buy a mocrowave on Monday only to find all electrical products cordoned off. Food and toiletries only for sale due to the current situation.

    I bought this 2 weeks ago it's fantastic does everything , Breakfasts p, Pizza , very fast no waiting for it to heat up ,


    Mo Health Low Fat Air Fryer.
    Cook fabulous meals at home using this incredible Mo Farah Low Far Air Fryer.
    Using air blast technology, and requires little or no oil, it's easy to clean and its interior parts are dishwasher safe.
    Including a handy recipe book to help you along with cooking new meals for the family.
    Features:

    • Triple Cooking Power
    • Removable Glass Bowl
    • Browning, Roasting & Flavour Enhancement
    • Even Heat Distribution
    • Uses Little or No Oil

    Capacity: 17L (Approx.)




    You only se the the extra black part if you're cooking soething big ,
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    Its an OTTO by another name Nev (i think) started a cooking thread on his OTTO, gone strangely quiet

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    Good luck, jabir. I planned to buy a mocrowave on Monday only to find all electrical products cordoned off. Food and toiletries only for sale due to the current situation.
    Numchai Pattaya has a separate unit near the main showroom devoted to freezers, same day delivery, must be doing well in these times.

    I'm surprised they're restricting appliance sales in Oz, can't see the point of that except under severe conditions and for strategic products. Mate in Sydney says shelves are heaving, no mention of rationing or shortages, but that was last week and things are moving fast, so your microwave may be tagged at price and a half on the grey market; good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes View Post



    You only se the the extra black part if you're cooking soething big ,
    ^Is that the famous Dutch baroque masterpiece 'Girl With A Pearl Necklace' hanging on the wall Snakey?


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    Is it a smile or knowing look, its a smile. You just know she let go a silent one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by snakeeyes View Post
    Sainsburys

    I take it you shop at Sainsburys,posh fvcker.
    Restricted to two of each item

    Aldi is 4 of each item and Tescos 1!

    What's that,a week's supply?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chittychangchang View Post
    I take it you shop at Sainsburys.
    What gave it away?


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    I've got 3 crates of Leo as a back up. Just incase the shops are closed for a day or two.
    I'd like to see what morning looks like
    Don't wanna drink pint after pint
    I wanna wake up without feeling sick
    But I can't cuz I'm a drug-abusing alcoholic

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    ^ up there somewhere

    There's something in the air; just back from Makro and they were closing off entire sections including Casio, hotel amenities, kitchen stuff, appliances etc, one girl was supervising from a list as her team emptied aisles and closed them off.

    Not a one-off either; that large home store in the BigC Sukhumvit complex was being emptied as I arrived at around 2pm, and best I could understand it will be closed until further notice.

    Either I'm a jinx or it's worth getting a bit of extra shopping in.

    On the plus side I finally got the impulse freezer, delivery tomorrow unless Prayut decides otherwise.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    I've got 3 crates of Leo as a back up. Just incase the shops are closed for a day or two.
    Lightweight!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Neverna View Post
    I planned to buy a mocrowave
    Bloody hell, is that runner bloke flogging microwaves too?

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    Show us your impulse buy-pwb000239133_x2-jpg
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    18 cans for £10!

    Rude not to...
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    Quote Originally Posted by naptownmike View Post
    Had to wait 2.5 weeks for it to arrive so that could disqualify it from an impulse buy.
    It sounds awesome.

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    That is by far the coolest looking toaster I have ever seen. With that many heating elements the toast must brown really quickly!

    I want one.
    How do I post these pictures???

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