Supermarket items you check before buying

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#1
  • Bananas. Green or brown? Depends when I plan on eating them.
  • Eggs. Give the little fellas a little roll around, make sure they’re structurally sound.
  • Strawberries. Give the punnet a good sniff and a little shake to check for seepage.
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#2

Cookies. Quick squeeze for squidginess.

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#3

Yes! Often resulting in crumbly destruction if misjudged.

#4

Their fault for being insufficiently squidgy.

#5

Apples to make sure they’re not bruised.
Might give a loaf a quick squeeze to check for freshness.

#6

How cold the beer in the fridge is.

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#7

GF taps the bottom of bread. Not sure what response she’s expecting.

#8

Well if it says “ow!” you probably put it back.

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#9

Always have a look at raspberries. Have picked up too many punnets recently with a few mouldy ones in there.

Will give the lids of jars a quick press as well.

#10

“Oi!”

#11

Oops, should have known

#12

haha slow bread joke wanker!

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#13

Inbread

#14

It’s very difficult to get bananas at optimal ripeness stage I have found

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#15

You need a spectrum of ripeness that reflects the days you will eat them. Sometimes I am tempted to take single bananas from different bunches but I feel that other people will just think I’m making a fuss

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#16

They’re always so green I forgot about them, then they go brown while I’m not looking

#17

No, YOU just sat in bed eating a hole in the middle of a slice of superseed to take a picture for a joke someone else made on the internet

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#18

This post alone has justified my monthly DiS gold subscription

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#19

Pears

‘Ripen at home’? I’d like to eat them this week, not next month

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#20

This applies to kiwi fruits also. Great fruit to squeeze, similar texture to a testicle

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