Walmarts?

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  1. Taja

    Taja New Member

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    Got it! Thanks Wendy! :)

    Now you just have to teach how to change it from the URL text to sensible text! :lol:
     
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    I found it quite funny myself as I was already in hysterics at the fact I'd knocked the ball over, and a very shot woman was shouting at me, I was 13 and I was taller than her :yes: She wouldn't have been much use at getting the ball back up :lol::lol::lol:
     
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    Johnie Moderator Staff Member Moderator

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    Did someone mention shopping?? :p

    I joke that our Wal-Mart and Target have a $40 cover charge. I can't seem to get out of either store without spending that much!

    Wal-Mart is usually cheaper by far. The Super Wal-Mart has a entire grocery store. The SW also stays open 24 hrs a day. WM also has a fantastic return policy.

    Target generally sells many of the same things. I can always get a good bargain in there. Target houseware stuff seems to be better quality. I hear tale of Super Targets that have a grocery store but we don't have one here. Target has a HORRIBLE return policy.

    And oh gosh, I love IKEA. You must always go to the cafe and get the Swedish meatballs!
     
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    Aren't those meatballs great! :yes: You can buy them frozen and little packets to make the sauce you know. :D Yummy stuff.

    Yes, must say that Target's return policy is awful.
     
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    I'm the same with Costco - if I don't have at least £100 to spend I don't go, or I send DH as he can come out of there with one pack of toilet rolls :rolleyes008::lol:

    I love IKEA cafe - it's so cheap it would be rude not too, cheaper than eating at home :D
     
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    what you worried about if you can take photos in somerfield uk you can take photos anywhere:lol:
     
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    Oh no!! You and Dawn must go to Walmart!! You just haven't lived...:lol:
     
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    Have you had the DAIM cake from IKEA?! It's amazing. Its like sex on a plate. :lol:
     
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    JOSHUA!!!!!!!!!!!! :eek:
     
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    I have had no cake at IKEA.......I will have to remedy this. I am actually going to Springfield for a conference on Friday and will pass IKEA both ways........:p015:
     
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    Say hi to homer for me :wave: and you MUST try the DAIM cake... its rude not to, it looks like this:
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    It's lovely, You can also get it frozen... get it on the way to springfield so if you like it you can stop on the way back and get some :p015::lol:
     
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    Thanks for the picture. I will definately have to stop and get some.
     
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    if you don't have to time to stop and eat, you can get it in the frozen food market thing at the end. You can pick up a frozen one for about £4 ($8)
     

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