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Freebie and Bargain of the Week

Hmmmmm. Nothing. 

We were given some cake. A work colleague generously gave Dan a container of cake that her daughter had made. She's a young teenager and has just taken up baking, her mum thought we would appreciate a sweet treat, it was beautiful!

We were drinking flavoured green tea at the shop this week, so we shared a teabag as the manager likes her tea quite weak.

*scraping the bottom of the barrel* I was going to buy some crisps on Tuesday, by the time I actually bought them yesterday they were on offer, saving me 70p.

No, that's it, there's nothing else.

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  1. I guess we can't expect freebies every week of the year. Sometimes they're a bit like buses, three come at once or none come at all.

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    1. No, I never expect freebies! I think it mainly reflects the fact I haven't really been out and about this week.

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  2. Some weeks are like that, nothing special then along comes a jamboree and you have to be picky or else there is no room to put it all.

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    1. That is very true.

      We sold a lot at the charity shop this week, I have no idea if there were any bargains as I didn't have time to look!

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  3. A whole cake - thats generosity - we usually have loads of cakes and treats at work but it has been quiet this month - we have had a lot of new staff recently so the birthday treat of buying cakes seems to becoming a thing of the past. Still it will help the diets! I like the crisp tale - worth holding out for!

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    1. I think maybe a cake eating limit had been reached at home!

      Saving 70p on the crisps made me a bit too happy, I do love a salted snack.

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  4. Sometimes that's how it goes. Free cake is always good though. X

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  5. Free homemade cake sounds good! :)

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  6. I like my tea so strong that I wouldn't share my teabag with anyone!!! You can't beat homemade cake xxx

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    1. I like a nice strong sup of "normal" tea too, I used to live with someone who just sat the tea next to the mugs and hoped it would impart some flavour, it was hardly tea at all!

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  7. I'm a cheap date, cup of tea wise...as I call it a one dip. That's how I like my tea, literally one dip in n out! There's three of us at work who share one tea bag! Me n one have a one dip and the third likes to leave it to brew!! No milk in it either! Super cheap cup of tea date!

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    1. You can come to visit then (and take the teabag home with you)!

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  8. Weak tea, cheap crisps and free cake - what more can you ask :)

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  9. My usual grocery store is now giving freebies if you spend X amount. I was lucky enough last week to get a large free loaf of rye bread, and this week I got some pocket type snacks. I am looking forward to what the freebie is next week.

    Free cake is wonderful.

    God bless.

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    1. Wow, that's fantastic! Enjoy your freebies.

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