The most outrageous Business selling ads ever...

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That's it, I refuse to buy anything from their shops for that disgraceful advert.

C&A did something similar, I'm never going there again.
Thank Zeus we can still rely on British Home Stores.
 
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Have a job getting anything onto Woolworths shelves now......they went bust a couple of years ago and are now only an online entity, so not much advertising really
 
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It seems Woolworths has a proven track record in offending customers to the extreme with their unconventional sales methods and ads,

Woolworths takes down Anzac 'Fresh in our Memories' website after social media backlash in 2015 - Link

Hot cross buns hop onto Woolworths shelves one day after Christmas - Link



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Have you been in a fucking coma?

Crime pays, or does it?

You'll be starting a thread about George Michael karking it next, or haven't you heard about that yet?
 

ugly

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I suspect he means down under where the pikeys still have a shop called woollies
 

napier

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What news from Mafeking?
 

napier

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Why do people make a fuss about hot cross buns being sold at Christmas?

I used to eat Hot Cross Buns all year round, in fact I used to eat so many that I had to give them up or get very fat. They are not just a seasonal thing, I've even heard them called; "Christian food".
 
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Why do people make a fuss about hot cross buns being sold at Christmas?

I used to eat Hot Cross Buns all year round, in fact I used to eat so many that I had to give them up or get very fat. They are not just a seasonal thing, I've even heard them called; "Christian food".
Why do cunts keep starting pointless threads about fuck all?
The size of fuck I could not give is larger than HAT-P-1.
 
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Why do ***** keep starting pointless threads about **** all?
The size of **** I could not give is larger than HAT-P-1.
Why quote my post then?
Why not quote the Original poster's post?
Would make more sense.

Not that I'm particularly bothered.
 
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Why quote my post then?
Why not quote the Original poster's post?
Would make more sense.

Not that I'm particularly bothered.
Because your post was a question like mine, but I take your point Mukker.
 
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Why do people make a fuss about hot cross buns being sold at Christmas?

I used to eat Hot Cross Buns all year round, in fact I used to eat so many that I had to give them up or get very fat. They are not just a seasonal thing, I've even heard them called; "Christian food".
This is real Christian Food.
 

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