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#2
I guess H-E-B.
There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
#4
Idk if everyone knows that market so if you don't they call it H-E-B but it's actually the initials for some dude named Howard E. Butt lmao.
There's nothing left here to be saved
Just barreling dogs and barking trains
Another year lost to the blue line
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#7
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I guess H-E-B.


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#8
every canadian supermarket that isn't a loblaws by name is still owned by loblaws so loblaws




#9
marks and spencers
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#10
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#12
i tend to go to Stop & Shop where i live now just because it's easier to get to and is noticeably less packed than Shop Rite.
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#14
Beer-wise it's a toss up between M&S and Morrisons.

Otherwise I quite like Lidl because it's cheap.
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#15
The only stores near me are Trader Joe's and Whole Foods. I prefer Trader Joe's but I wouldn't go there if I had a choice.
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#16
Aldi.

I heard that Aldi was doing a special offer on 3D printers in Australia one time. The printers were basically a rebrand of another printer that was significantly more expensive than what Aldi was selling. People caught wind of this and their entire stock of 3D printers ran dry in a matter of a couple of days. People were even camping outside stores before they opened to grab one. It caused quite a buzz.

It's pretty sweet how 3D printers and loaves of bread somehow share the same isle.
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Aldi.

I heard that Aldi was doing a special offer on 3D printers in Australia one time. The printers were basically a rebrand of another printer that was significantly more expensive than what Aldi was selling. People caught wind of this and their entire stock of 3D printers ran dry in a matter of a couple of days. People were even camping outside stores before they opened to grab one. It caused quite a buzz.

It's pretty sweet how 3D printers and loaves of bread somehow share the same isle.

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It's pretty sweet how 3D printers and loaves of bread somehow share the same isle.

What's the deeeeeeeeeeeaaaal with 3D printers?
I don't personally know anyone who owns one, but judging by what I read on the internet, I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't have one.
#19
tesco because it's like 2 minutes walk away
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I don't personally know anyone who owns one, but judging by what I read on the internet, I feel like I'm the only person who doesn't have one.

My father has one. It's pretty great.

He uses it for prototyping parts from CAD drawings. After he retired, he decided to take up amateur product design as a hobby. He also uses it to repair stuff around the house by producing replacement parts that cannot easily be obtained by other means.
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#21
Lidl.  Similar to Aldi, really.  I just love the crazy sh!t they have in there.  A couple of years ago, close to Burns Night, they had kilts and bagpipes in there - how cool is that?!
#22
You can actually 3D print with a glue gun and it's much cheaper! Happy printing!

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Lidl.  Similar to Aldi, really.  I just love the crazy sh!t they have in there.  A couple of years ago, close to Burns Night, they had kilts and bagpipes in there - how cool is that?!

One has a lidl bit of everything, and the other aldi things you could ever want.
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#24
Publix or Lowes (not the hardware store.)

Both are unique to the southeastern US I think. Publix has a cult following.

Lowes have beer and wine on tap and a growler fill station, and you can shop around while sipping a brew. And they're nice inside.
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#25
When I'm in the Midwest: Aldi/Kroger/Meijer

When I'm in the South: Publix
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#26
Lowes isn't to bad but my only other options are a good 112 mile round trip to get to.  The majority of their things are crazy overpriced (at my location anyways) but they do have good sales on a regular basis, just have to shop smart there.  My Lowes has nothing special like beer & wine on tap or a filler station.

 
Quote by Dreadnought Publix of Lowes (not the hardware store.)  Both are unique to the southeastern US I think. Publix has a cult following.  Lowes have beer and wine on tap and a growler fill station, and you can shop around while sipping a brew. And they're nice inside.

Publix's cult following is a bunch of drugged up old people that walk around the store like zombies.  Spent a-lot of time shopping in them while living in Florida, it was the same across the state lol.   
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#28
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Lidl.  Similar to Aldi, really.  I just love the crazy sh!t they have in there.  A couple of years ago, close to Burns Night, they had kilts and bagpipes in there - how cool is that?!


Lidl's onsite bakeries are pretty alright. The cheese topped parallelogram bread is good. And they have a decent vintage cheddar.
#29
City Fresh Market just because it's on the corner and open 24/7.

Whole Foods otherwise.
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#32
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Publix or Lowes (not the hardware store.)

Both are unique to the southeastern US I think. Publix has a cult following.

Lowes have beer and wine on tap and a growler fill station, and you can shop around while sipping a brew. And they're nice inside.

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#33
Tossup between Trader Joe's, Harris Teeter, Lowe's Foods, and Publix. Trader Joe's is just great and fairly cheap and the last 3 are all basically the same.
#35
Lidl>Aldi
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#36
Albertsons - it's nearby, and it's 24 hours so I can go there at night when it's not crowded, and I know where everything is so a trip there takes about 5-15 minutes even if I need to pick up more than a few things.
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#37
i went to aldi today and i can tell you lidl is good but aldi probably has a slightly better selection 
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#38
Lidl because it is the closest and cheapest proper supermarket to me

Tesco has a better booze selection but costs slightly more and I hold a grudge against them for stopping their 4 for £6 deal on bottles
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#39
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Idk if everyone knows that market so if you don't they call it H-E-B but it's actually the initials for some dude named Howard E. Butt lmao.


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