Bunches of nanas
A Muller corner perhaps?
I guess you can’t really snap it in the shop but if I don’t allow it then this thread is going to be pretty restrictive.
You could keep the lid on and snap the little filling bit over and then take it to a self-scan and buy it if you wanted.
each individual twiglet in a pack
The corner yoghurts really do have a great USP. Well done Muller boffins!
who was it who saw a happy guy in a shop call them ‘twiggle tees’? Often think of that for some reason.
Woodrow Wilson I think.
You know those Cadbury’s equivalent ones where there’s bits of a Wispa or whatever near some chocolate liquid? What would the the response from the following people if you said “I’m just going to get a yoghurt” and then had one of those:
- Your wife
- Your son
- The full-roast eater
- The new enemy
- A stranger in the shop you got the product from
Nobody is called Woodrow anymore.
mentioned it in his first state of the union address
in france (and I assume other places in europe) it seems to be ok to snap and separate 4 packs of yogurts etc
When I did the home deliveries at Asda, the pickers would always snap them in half to fit them inside the delivery totes - it was the only way to do it really, but I used to feel terrible handing that over to the customer.
Acceptable with 4 packs of beer cans but there is no snapping involved there
not sure it’s technically ‘snapping’, but an individual tinnie from a four pack in a corner shop sometimes
Not seen these but I am assuming these:
- She would be fine with it, she likes a chocolate mousse or a creme caramel.
- ‘Why are you having that? Can I have that?’
- ‘What are you eating? Not like you?’
- ‘Don’t know your name but before you eat that move your car from its perfectly legitimate parking space.’
- I’m not sure
I’ve seen people snapping the stalks off broccoli in the supermarket - presumably to save money. This seems wrong to me - plus broccoli stalks are really nice
does that guy still spend his lunch breaks sitting in his car and staring at you through the window?