What's going on then? (Possible end of the world content)
Mrs Binners was busy cooking tapas for tonight, and banished me off to the shops to get a couple of odds and sods she’d forgotten (and to get my half built bike out of the dining room)
So I’ve just moseyed, innocent and unsuspecting, into Morrisons. What greated me has chilled me to the bone! A scene of utter desperation and destruction. It seems the entire population had flocked there in a state of what can only be described as blind panic! They jettisoned every last vestige of their humanity as they picked over the decimated shelves, desperately searching for the nourishment needed to sustain them through the coming apocalypse. Even the aubergines were gone
The trouble is, I can’t find out what this apocalypse is. I’ve checked for alien spacecraft hovering above. Nothing. The weather is a bit grim, but there are no immanent tsunami’s or hurricanes forecast. There appears to be no deterioration in east west relations that threaten sudden thermonuclear Armageddon
So what’s going on then?Posted 4 years agowwaswasSubscriber
*this* is the best fight in a supermarket story of the year;
All in 140 characters.
slightly more detail: http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/david-hasselhoff-batman-smurf-help-2689188Posted 4 years agoderek_starshipMember
Booth’s at Media City was serenity itself. It was like an epicurean library. All hushed and apologetic. And I saw Tony Morris off of Granada Reports 😆
Conversely , Morrison’s on Christmas Eve was like watching the supermarket scene in Threads. There was even a run on dried dates. Madness.Posted 4 years agosimmySubscriber
My Mates away in his caravan for New Year and I nipped down to him yesterday, went to a Tesco express and they had no sandwiches, potatoes, bananas or anything sensible left.
It was like Armageddon.
Finally found a Sainburys that had a load of kids walking around it that smelled of weed. That had full shelves…….Posted 4 years agoohnohesbackMember
The definitive answer from the definitive doomster…Posted 4 years agoprojectMember
Lady Gresley – Member
All the major shops are closed tommorrow,due to sunday trading laws evn though its not sunday.
My local Sainsburys is open tomorrow
john_drummer – Member
All the major shops are closed tommorrow,due to sunday trading laws evn though its not sunday
Morrisons are open too. And the Co-op
so much for the quiet shoping day for me tomorrow as most stwers tell everyone the shops are shut.Posted 4 years ago
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