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M@C
26 Dec 09 22:04
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Just on the beeb. Mad rush at the shops for the latest bargains.

Was London they said, looked more like Hong Kong to me ;-)

Then again, there were a few chinese and asians around too, makes you feel at home aye, you luvies ;-)

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By:
master of multys
When: 26 Dec 09 22:11
shut up you fool
By:
M@C
When: 26 Dec 09 22:23
Hello new boy, hope you last on here ;-)
By:
Big Charlie
When: 26 Dec 09 23:33
I go 1.01 master of maltesers calls somebody a c0cksmoker

The boy has issues imo.
By:
noddys ryde
When: 27 Dec 09 12:18
I would rather stick pins in my eyes
By:
NEARCTIC
When: 27 Dec 09 12:49
record breaking amount spent at the sales this year

a clear sign gordon brown has pulled us out of the worst recession since the 1930's

:)
By:
Larry's Codpiece.
When: 27 Dec 09 13:15
Ah. The smile of the terminally simple warms the**les of your heart.
By:
Enobarbus
When: 27 Dec 09 13:54
Scrap Income Tax put VAT up to 25%
By:
Ldee
When: 27 Dec 09 14:02
record breaking amount spent at the sales this year

a clear sign gordon brown has pulled us out of the worst recession since the 1930's


The BBC were reporting this at 11am boxing day morning. So after no more than 2 hours of shopping they worked this out. It just sounds like more ramping over the economy. I remember them making the same report in 1990, after that we still had 2 more years of downturn!
By:
angermanagement
When: 27 Dec 09 18:38
Boxing day sales at the Trafford Centre.. good place to round up the 'English' Taliban.. they go every year imo for their Next war gear
By:
rothko
When: 27 Dec 09 18:44
got to spend the benefit cheques on something - can only buy so many wide screen teles, ciggies and cans of stella
By:
wit-ham
When: 27 Dec 09 18:47
record breaking amount spent at the sales this year

a clear sign gordon brown has pulled us out of the worst recession since the 1930's

yes behind about everybody else

hang on a minute what will happen when interest rates go up em
By:
Mister E
When: 28 Dec 09 13:10
nearctic reels a few more in.
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