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As seen in ASDA

Post by Guest on 29.06.11 13:33



Thanks to craig-wynne on twitter for sharing this.
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Post by Guest on 29.06.11 13:40

How very apt?
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Appropriate bed fellows

Post by Marian on 29.06.11 19:15

Quick, sack that shelf stacker before anyone else notices - I hope it's not the same shelf stacker who's registered on this site!
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Post by The Shelfstacker on 30.06.11 13:38

@Marian wrote:Quick, sack that shelf stacker before anyone else notices - I hope it's not the same shelf stacker who's registered on this site!

It wasn't me! I share the sentiment however...
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Re: As seen in ASDA

Post by lj on 30.06.11 15:04

@admin wrote:

Thanks to craig-wynne on twitter for sharing this.

That will be a classic one day...

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Re: As seen in ASDA

Post by aquila on 20.06.12 14:07

Brilliant!
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Re: As seen in ASDA

Post by Guest on 20.06.12 14:09

It's been a lot longer than 44 months with this bunch though!
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Post by annysmithgold on 30.05.13 10:21

Newbie, but just had to....... ha ha brilliant.
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Post by aiyoyo on 30.05.13 11:00

HA HA HA eyebrows

A law suit may comeASDA or the shelf stacker way from Mclibel.
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Post by plebgate on 30.05.13 13:56

You can't beat the British humour.

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Post by Praiaaa on 30.05.13 14:42

Tempted to take a little trip to Asda myself, maybe , browse the book section, take one off to look at the cover etc, not sure I will remember to replace it back in the exact place it came from

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Post by Guest on 30.05.13 14:44

It just needs to be placed in the fiction section rather than non-fiction!
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Post by tigger on 30.05.13 15:42

We've also had: Sorry, comes up large enough when you click on it.


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Post by Ayniia on 09.06.13 12:43

@tigger wrote:We've also had: Sorry, comes up large enough when you click on it.


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