03 August, 2022

signs2

choose your trolley


 alcohol free


high prices


linking up with Tom's signs2

38 comments:

  1. The trolley sign is hilarious. That is for real? Wonderful pictures for my end of the day!

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  2. Looks you have to pay the same amount of money for gas as we.

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  3. There are just two kinds of trollys here in LIDL..one is regular, the one is with extra kid seat.

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  4. Is there a trolley where you can sit the mother-in-law in it?

    God bless.

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  5. Wow on your LIDL - what I am missing it kid´s trolleys, don´t you have that?
    My Niece once got a breakdown at age.. 3 or such, throwing herself on the floor, cursing cause that shop had to kid´s trolleys. My Brother was at the car outside and everybody gave me bloody looks, LOL.

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  6. Hello,
    It looks like a good selection of shopping carts. Take care, have a great day!

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  7. Guinness without alcohol? It’s just wrong…

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  8. Oh that last one made me laugh. These are some good one. But I dunno if I could take the no alcohol beer.

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  9. Most Excellent Post There Mr Bill - Well Done

    Cheers

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  10. And I thought our prices were high here. If things keep going the way they are I am sure we will catch up.

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  11. Prices are going up, up everywhere.

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  12. Petrol prices have started going down here, not as much as we'd like but definitely descending. Always used to love it when supermarkets had those wheelchair trolleys when I used to work with disabled youngsters - it allowed them to participate more fully in the experience.

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  13. Very good.
    www.rsrue.blogspot.com

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  14. So many grocery carts to choose from!

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  15. I don't think we have that big of a variety in trolleys here. Had no idea Guinness made a non alcholic beer. Your gas seems cheaper than ours; but it's been jumping all over the place, and is over $5.00 a gallon in some places.

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  16. We've got a few Circle K's around here too. Guinness without alcohol is just wrong...in my opinion!

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  17. Interesting signs. We have a grocery store that takes a quarter to get a trolley, but you get it back when you return it. I like traditional Guinness, thank you. With the price of gas we should all be walking or using public transportation.

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  18. I think there are 3.78 litres to a gallon. Where I am in the US, 1 gallon is 4.39 (yesterday, more by the weekend, I'm sure.) I'm thinking your gas is a lot more expensive than ours and we should stop carping about it and driving less or more sensibly.

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  19. Boa tarde Bill. Os combustíveis estão bem caro aqui no Brasil também.

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  20. Guinness without alcohol! How is would love to sneak that to my husband. He swears he just drinks it for the taste so he wouldn't care, right?

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  21. Since I live in in the South in Texas, we call them buggies...everyone else in America calls them baskets. And European beer is Much better than American produced beer!

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  22. ...at Aldi it's 25 cents. 0.0 Guinness? We filled up at Costco for $3.999/gal today.

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  23. I have never seen such a variety of trolleys, Bill.

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  24. Most interesting collection. We saw grocery carts (as we call them, as you know) for "rent" when we were in England, but not ever here so that was a fun memory. I told Bill (the one who lives here with me )) about the new Guinness 00 variety and he said "why?"

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  25. Wow now even trollies have so many choices!!!

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  26. Photo of various shopping carts is a new one to me. We just have standard old carts!

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  27. Me gusta el primer cartel. Te mando un beso.

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  28. Good idea the sign for the trolley - can't imagine drinking a beer (I don't) without it being alcohol, the price of fuel is still high here only a few cents lower than two weeks ago.

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  29. We have various shopping carts too. The cheapest gas where I live is $3.86.

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  30. Most of our shopping carts here are free, except at Aldi.

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  31. Mais uma grande seleção sobre o tema dos sinais!
    Um grande abraço! Bom fim de semana!
    Ana

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  32. The trolleys here are much the same and they are cost free

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  33. That's certainly a good selection of shopping trolleys.

    All the best Jan

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  34. Thanks for sharing these signs.

    All the best Jan
    https://thelowcarbdiabetic.blogspot.com/

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