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    Quote Originally Posted by northernladyuk View Post
    It also explains the Scooter Supplement at various retail and catering establishments.

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    Spent last week in the UK, both me and Mrs scooter in fact. Something we both noticed was how expensive everything seemed to be. Pizza express, two undercooked small pizzas and soft drinks 30!!! Compared to my local Italian restaurant here in Munich, 14. we both thought one off incident and moved on. No matter where we went everything felt costly or overpriced for what it was. Only beed out the country for six months.

    At the airport I got me a Twix for 80p -

    Just got the exact same chocolate bar from the vending machine here at work, 52p

    What a swizz. Moan over.
    Especially at airport shops vs. supplemented or cost price work vending machines and major UK chains compared to local independents, obviously.

    Lets hope with that understanding of base economics he doesn't ever start his own business....

    Oh, wait

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    Just received this from E bay, scooter seems to sleep right through after a couple of chapters.

    Thanks for all the advice so far



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