Cheaper things that are better than their expensive counterparts amnesty

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#1

Changing the world one consumer product at a time.

I’ll start with: Rustlers quarter pounder > any Burger King burger

Or

Herbal essences shampoo conditioner > any mid-range “salon” brand (Tresemme, Aussie, etc)


#2

Cheap custard creams > posh custard creams


#3

Sainsbo’s value medium cheddar > Cathedral City or any of that bollocks


#4

Re-issue Russian Big Muff (£15 off eBay) > fancy-pants boutique dual fuzz pedal (£270 from the importer in Stevenage)


#5

Dick & Dom > Ant & Dec


#6

Probably about the same price (especially if Catherdral’s got a deal on)?


#7

o rly


#8

Not talking price per pack here, talking price per gram.


#9

Well I say £15, that’s what I bought it for about ten years ago. They’re £190 second hand now because they’re “vintage”.

I’m old.


#10

Asian supermarket instant noodles > super noodles


#11

is no one going to take issue with the rustlers thing guys come on


#12

Kind of a mute point really as Cathedral is dogshit.


#13

I’m quite partial to a Rustlers, but BK consistently gives me the bum wee.


#14

Just had one and it was probably the best thing I’ve eaten in 3 days


#15

bleak


#16

burger + cheese in the microwave, bun in the toaster

you’re welcome


#17

ffs eat better man


#18

Basic veg peeler

better than any fancy ones with moving / swiveling parts


#19

If you’re not using a Y-peeler, you’re a fool, a damned fool.


#20

must… resist…