Annoying numbers of products in a pack (rolling)

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Ha, came here to say hot dogs. Many years ago when I worked in Safeway we had a suggestions box for how to make improvements and I pointed out that they sold hot dog buns in 8s but the fresh and tinned hot dogs were in 10s. They changed the buns to 10s and I got some kind of prize.

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:clap: .

3 portions. Perfect.

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1 portion. Perfect.

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10 fish fingers. Then the bigger packs have 28. Stupid denominations

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3 x ice lollies

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Youve already achieved more than many of us will in our entire lives

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There were some local bakery’s donuts in a three pack in the shop round the corner from me. Three donuts! No wonder the divorce rate is so high.

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Huge amounts of celery.

You only ever need 2/3 stems for cooking and you end up with 17 more sitting in the fridge.

No I won’t eat them raw with hummus etc

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5 cookies. 3 ice creams. Basically anything with an odd number.

This but with bags of spinach.

Burgers come in 4s, burger buns come in 6s

Same with spring onions - hard to use them all before they go off

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3x lots of burgers, 2x lots of buns. Sorted. Don’t know what anyone else will be having though.

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I bleeding want burgers now. Good job I’m going for burgers isn’t it.

Tortilla x8

As a lone eater I don’t want to have tortilla every day

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Warburton’s fucking crumpets. 6 or 9 in a pack. There’s 2 of us and we want 2 each. Do 4 or 8 you trashbags. I can’t believe they got the Muppets to be party to such a shitshow.

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One of my Maths teaching colleagues says that Weetabix are packed in factors of 2 or 3 (12/ 24/ 48) because only weirdos would have one weetabix.

The Muppets actually thought of that idea.

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