Yeah this. Supermarkets make much bigger margins on office lunches, train stations etc. Than weekly/bi-weekly shops.
I will repeat
They spent half a billion on covid, that’s why they made the loss
*Half a billion managing the transition from lunch meal deals to weekly big shops.
Making stores “covid safe” and staffing up to cover for shielded and ill/isolating staff.
And repurposing the sandwich bit of course
Remember the day when they switched up the meal deal options from totally fine to utter shit a few years back? I’m still angry.
£2,600,000,000,000 on candles
please someone help me budget this, my business is dying
Been a great year for perspex
Dogecoin keeps going up and up. Not sure how it can if they can just make more of it but I won’t pretend I know anything at all about this stuff.
the hope was that it would reach $1 so I’m guessing it’ll reach that, then crash back to half a cent
Holy crap I hadn’t looked in a few days. If I cashed out now I’d have just over 7x what I put in. I don’t want to get too excited but I think it’s fair to say that I’m a financial genius and that I will never die.
I think you were the one who convinced me when I put in. I paid £15 at 0.043, approaching 10x that now. So, thanks!
I would usually strongly recommend not taking any financial advice from me under any circumstances but I’m glad it somehow paid off this one time. I bought low, sold low convinced it was a fad, bought again slightly higher out of fear it wasn’t a fad, and now I’m pretending I knew what was going on the whole time.
I’m still not convinced that it’ll ever hit $1 but I am enjoying the ride.
i didn’t hold
Another big jump this morning, up to $0.68.
In case anyone is wondering my Dogecoin guitar pedal fund is currently at Earthquaker Afterneath levels.
Somehow the premium bonds my family has won over the years seem to pay out better than a bank account. I should really convince everyone to cash out and buy Dogecoin or GME