What's The Cheapest Thing?


#1

What’s the cheapest thing to have, say, 1kg of, or a bucket full?

“Air” excluded for being a silly answer. Lid can be prodived for said bucket.


#2

Stones, they’re free.


#3

sand/gravel from the beach? (not including the cost of getting to the beach, which for me would be £0)


#4

@Antpocalypsenow @howtobealone

But if you bought a bucket full of sand/stones, how much would you expect to pay?

(In the ridiculous scenario of you needing a bucket of sand and unable to procure one)


#5

if you’re absolutely insisting on it being something you have to pay for, maybe tap water?


#6

It’s onions. Everything is onions.


#7

1 x penny chew

EDIT: I have not read the OP.


#8

that weighs a kilo?

i don’t think you’re taking this seriously at all…


#9

Phew, thanks for pointing that out mate. See my original post.


#10

sewage or some other form of waste.

like I’m pretty sure you could buy most of the toxic waste in the uk for like a tenner


#11

apparently you can buy this massive bag of sand from wickes for £2.29

http://www.wickes.co.uk/Wickes-Building-Sand-Major-Bag/p/220129?CAWELAID=120135120000001386&CAGPSPN=pla&CAAGID=37524959812&CATCI=pla-253560858292&gclid=CJOz18yH1NQCFW0R0wod0k0Bfw&gclsrc=aw.ds

they almost certainly stole it from a beach, giving them a gross profit margin of £2.29 per bag.


#12

Now establishing “bucket full” as the standard unit for this post. Just your bog standard 14 litre bucket, 99p at B&Q kinda bucket.


#13

If B&Q are doing 2 for 1 on buckets then my answer would be “a bucket”.


#14

10/10 my friend.


#15

talk is cheap


#16

who was the bloke who’s m4 bought 100 doors for a tenner or something and in the end had to offer the doors for free to whoever came round his place.


#17

Thought that was the best lunch deal ever for a minute there


#18

Actually oats are pretty cheap by the weight


#19

How much would you expect to pay for a bucket of oats?


#20

is it not illegal to take sand from the beach?