We shop at lidl and aldi weekly , and i work a 40 hr week We can afford to shop where we like but chose to be sensible with our money.
we also pop into tescos sometimes (convenience), but morrisons do the best fresh fish
All local butchers etc where we live have shut down, and the local bigger store's, one stop, all days, Mcoys........ All the shops are sitting vacant because tescos owns them and they won't sell to a rival, but you can open a carpet shop or another business that will fail
Whats sainsburys ? ;D
What is lidl and aldi weekly? i know mcoys do the crisps but where the hell do you get your Venison?.
after seeing this in situ, I think this could be real..
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I don't know whether it's a Banksy or not, I still don't get the message, it's certainly not as clever as his pieces normally are. But I suppose they don't all have to be classics. Maybe there's a few pages still to fill in that new book?
"Published Date: 25 August 2010 By Richard Morris World famous graffiti artist Banksy has painted a new mural on St Leonards seafront. The piece, which shows a girl building sandcastles with the word Tesco on them, appeared earlier this week just down from Marine Court. It is on the back of one of the steps which lead down to the shingle beach and has already attracted admiring glances from passers-by. And the Observer can reveal it is almost definitely an original Banksy piece. Banksy's close friend Ben Eine lives nearby and was celebrating his 40th birthday last weekend - with Banksy in town to join in. And Banksy experts at Art Republic in Brighton confirmed the piece was almost certainly his work. Andrew Milledge told the Observer: "We have stocked Banksy prints for many years and this work certainly has many of the hallmarks of his previous street art.""
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