The Meeting Place

'STICK IT IN THE BIN' !! (what "IRKS" you?)

lol - have to laugh - on Fox 101.9 the Dan n Maz "Drive Home" Show pm Thurs./Fri.  have a crazy segment called "Stick it in the Bin"! K  They get listeners to call in with whatever they "hate/drives 'em crazy"  etc. etc  and then they "Stick it in the Bin" - i.e. -  Rubbish - Gone Forever - Zilch! lol 

Let's just get away from all the angst in the world and have some fun with 'STICK IT IN THE BIN" !!!   :-)

P.S.  For the few on here who "love to hate me" lol  - I have already put myself in the bin for you! lol lol lol can remain "anonymous"!!!!!   :-)

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........ long overdue (once again) .....  sticking Woolies back into the bin!!!

This past week:    Fish (tasteless/disgusting) - Lettuce (like limp plastic)  - Tomatoes (frosty and hollow inside) - small washed potatoes - 100 years old! (or close to......) .....chicken breasts the size of a small Emu - and banana's that tasted like they been for a swim in chlorine?  

Good one Woolies!!!  

OH DEAR FOXY,    it is dissapointing when your order goes wrong,   i ordered fron safeway,  but only a small order,  bits and pieces,    i went to the shop and picked my meat out,  only reason i didnt do coles again,  was i had enough points to get $30 of my order,  so thought i may as well get it,   but next week ill do coles again,    only because of the meat situation,    its funny,   because the PORT MLBOURNE  coles always have legs of lamb for $16/18,    but i only go to PORT when i have to see doc,   and it is out of my way,       im sick of the price of potatoes,    hopefully with the rain they say we are getting,    things might get better,   but would think they would give you the best they have,   

lol - thanks!  There are far more important things in life (by the mile...far more) however I just had a gutful of their consistently poor quality produce - it costs enough!!  

I agree that the Vegs and fruit we are getting is atrocious --no taste no juice and is NOTHING like it should taste and did taste decades ago -- AND it lasts far longer than it should like the apples I got and they lasted for over 2 months without going bad  and even when cut and left did not go brown --          ( I kept these a few time to test them)

lol - you keeping the apples - reminded me of the guy in the U.S. who kept a McDonalds hamburger for years and it still looked the same!  You seriously have to wonder what is in some of our food these days .......and what we are unaware of.


Yep, Foxy I did it last year as well so it isn't just a one-off Woolies and Coles act dumb when you question them about it.

Next time I will be taking a knife and be cutting oranges in half to see if they are as dry as the ones I have been buying are -- and also talking something to wipe an apple and have a taste too -- of course if they are OK I will be paying for the ones I have opened and buy more -- but if they are not I will be having a word to the manager there and then

the mandarines i got from SAFEWAY last week  were like marbles,   they were so small,     MANGOS are back,   yummy,    


... hmmm - there are only really three fruits that I really don't like or ever buy...Mango - Kiwi Fruit and Passionfruit .......oh and a couple of Chinese fruits I tried (very sweet n sickly) can't remember their name?

Wonder whatever happened to redcurrants and blackcurrants and gooseberries?  Not "trendy" anymore I guess?

My mandarins were tiny also but very nice,

I LOVE Passionfruit Mangoes are OK like oranges for juice, but of late they have been dry and hard and small --Apples and pears but haven't had a decent one in years -- there were some great big Manderines a few years back but never seen them again they were great -- also the Queen Garnet Plums -- they were super but once again never seen them for a few years either --   I only buy in season and never buy imported stuff

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