poopoo wrote:Expected item in living area.
I do my very best to avoid these imperialistic sods, but it's out of control. However, we've got to a point where there are sometimes not much else for choice. They've pretty much colonised the whole of the UK's towns and cities. Why do you need 10 or 11 mini supermarkets in one small area such as Southwark?
I have a friend who owns a dry cleaners. A Morrison's opened up around the corner from him, and they open a dry cleaner within, obviously under cutting him. There is nothing that ordinary people can do to compete against these corporate monsters. But the councils, town planners and all representative political parties clearly see it as appropriate to allow this to continue, everywhere.
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