Hope that you're proud of yourself:
Tesco worker Angela Breathet came home in floods of tears after working a 10-hour shift and receiving abuse from stockpiling customers at the store in Inverness
You'd think that - but when I went (to a larger supermarket) earlier in the week, there were plenty of fresh ready meals (some frozen too, but not as much). But items for cooking from scratch - flour and canned tomatoes particularly - nowhere to be found anywhere (even in smaller shops).hopefully when we shop on Thursday, there will be plenty of fresh items. I am expecting there to be based on most people seem to have no idea how to cook and rely solely on ready meals etc.
That's all sensible stuff, shame my local asda which must be managed by F***witts has not adopted a common sense approach to dealing with the mindless/moronic /pondlife scum that buy 50 of everything, we can only hope the food they purchase in such volume goes out of date and gives them all food poisoning, then they will have a real need for the 200 bog rolls that fill there living rooms.Just got an email from Sainsburys. Restrictions on every grocery item to 3 max, 2 for the essentials. Food counters to be closed from tomorrow to get more hands on the shop floor. Opening hour for the elderly.
Seems eminently sensible. I've been stocking up myself - let's be fair, most people have - but I've generally only been buying, max, two of some items. Even when I saw people buying up 5 packs of paracetamol in front of me on Monday (stupid, stupid staff that let them) I only got a couple myself. It is possible (and in truth, recommended) to stock up sensibly without going bat**** crazy.Just got an email from Sainsburys. Restrictions on every grocery item to 3 max, 2 for the essentials. Food counters to be closed from tomorrow to get more hands on the shop floor. Opening hour for the elderly.