How important to you is Greggs?


#1

Get the odd sausage cob when I’m working on a weekend, but I could get by without it


#2

Very rarely get anything from Greggs. It upsets me a bit tbqh.


#3

It’s more that I’m not important to Greggs tbh, there isn’t one anywhere near anywhere I go so they obviously don’t want my custom.


#4

I like wenzels


#5

?


#6

There’s a Greggs between the station and my office and whilst I have been in once, to browse, I am yet to purchase anything from there.

As I’m still fully alive and functioning, I can only surmise that I can live without it and clearly, they can live without me.

Pretty content all round with that tbqh.


#7

I prefer a sandwich to a warm, greasy pasty.

It’s true.


#8

Went yesterday. There’s one about 30 seconds from my flat which is convenient when I’m hungover.

I could survive without it, but it’s comforting to know that it’s there.


#9

Yeah, I could get by without it, but I’ll pop in occasionally


#10

Not very.

I’ll have the occasional sausage roll or chicken pasty, maybe once a month at the most. Wouldn’t miss it if all 9000 of them vanished from Nottingham.


#11

Since they got rid of their Chicken New Orleans sandwich, less so.

Still love their fudge donuts and their pineapple cakes are among the best.


#12

There’s a Pound Bakery near me that does cheesburger pasties.

Sometimes i think to myself that i should just go there every day and spend £2 on my lunch, but i always end up going to a supermarket and spending £7ish. It’s only pennies, and i’d rather enjoy something every day than have a grand at the end of the year, but it is excessive.


#13

Probably go in one maybe once a month? So a good 5/10, would cry if they burnt down.


#14

kept seeing the advert for the katsu wrap about town, but when I went in there and asked them they had no idea what I was talking about


#15

A Greggs sausage roll used to be my go to solution to arriving at work with a hangover. And there’s always the exquisite jeopardy in rolling the dice and finding out if you get a deliciously hot one with the fat running out like molten lava or a really flaccid cold one with a burned bit.

But astonishingly there are no Greggs in North Greenwich. They’re missing a trick, they’d fit right in.


#16

“Cats who rap?!”


#17

Tried to get a yum yum from Greggs the other day. They were closed, so I had to get four yum yums from the Waitrose next door instead.

This is a neat analogy for the arc of my life in general.


#18

had to


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#20

They’re like greggs but in nw london only apparently, was gutted when I went to uni and found out it wasn’t a nationwide thing