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I run a local shop. I go to Tesco's and ask them to sell me their fruit and veg cheaply so I can mark it up and sell it in my shop, but still undercut them.

They say no, you're welcome to buy it at the price we have set. I suggest arbitration, as I feel their market position allows them to get unfair discounts by bulk buying. They tell me to **** off and live in the real world.














People feel sorry for me, till I tell them my shop is called sainsbury's - then they tell me to **** off and live in the real world.

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That slogan is for Iceland, actually.

More reasons to shop at Iceland IIRC. :razz:

Sainsbury's rock anyway.
 

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Am I imagining things, or just stating the obvious, if I suggest there's more than a passing resemblance to the current Sky/NTL dispute?
 

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Tescos - Every Little Helps!
Morrisons - More Reasons To Shop At Morrisons
Asda - Always Lowering Prices
Sainsburys - Try Something New Today (persuades you to spend money on something you didn't come to buy).


[/business studies mode]
 

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Tescos - Every Little Helps!
Morrisons - More Reasons To Shop At Morrisons
Asda - Always Lowering Prices
Sainsburys - Try Something New Today (persuades you to spend money on something you didn't come to buy).


[/business studies mode]

I think ours is by far the best :lol: :D
 

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Waitrose is so good that it doesn't need a slogan :p

The worst has to be 'Somer-thing-different' (Somerfield) :lol:
 

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Waitrose is a specialist supermarket, it's overpriced so that people with more money than they'll ever need can find something to do with it all.

E.g. £500 - :spam1:
 

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It always makes me laugh in Morrisons when they make announcements about offers, and finish with "more reasons to shop at Morrisons", 9 times out of 10 they say it in such a flat and unenthusiastic way, it's quite ovious they hate having to say it. What's even more amusing is the fact that general announcments like "key holder to the back door please" usually sound so jolly in comparison.
 

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It always makes me laugh in Morrisons when they make announcements about offers, and finish with "more reasons to shop at Morrisons", 9 times out of 10 they say it in such a flat and unenthusiastic way, it's quite ovious they hate having to say it. What's even more amusing is the fact that general announcments like "key holder to the back door please" usually sound so jolly in comparison.

Come to Morrisons Ross! The one young blonde announcer girl says it with such jolarity it cuts right through you!
 
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