On 28 Jan 2006 at 2:32am Laydee wrote:
I think Waitrose is well worth the extra money, the food is far tastier and their policy is far more ethical.
I'm surprised I've never had to queue, I'd have thought Waitrose would be far more popular??
On 28 Jan 2006 at 3:51pm Mark Rolfe wrote:
why not post this with the rest of the comments posted about wairose ladydee? Or are you a toff that needs her own space?
On 28 Jan 2006 at 10:46pm lopster wrote:
The Waitrose thread was a while ago and nearly falling of the bottom of the page - always worth whinging about their prices and the empty shelves in Tescos - and the lack of parking in Lewes - the dying bus garage - and the council's appalling decision to fight Falmer community Stadium - are you the real Mark Rolfe? does Laydee drive a 4 x 4?
On 29 Jan 2006 at 3:14pm I dont live in lewes anymore wrote:
"Laydee" aka "Mrs Waitrose" .
On 29 Jan 2006 at 10:31pm Laydee wrote:
I don't drive a 4X4 Phil, c'mon have you tried parking one of those in the High St?!
Thought I'd start a new thread as I thought I'd let Waitrose go through the "teething period" before I made any comments. I must admit though, you can't beat the fish counter (compared to the Riverside fishmonger) and the lack of queues!!
On 30 Jan 2006 at 10:52am I dont live in lewes anymore wrote:
Never said you did drive a 4x4 Ma'am.
Agree with you 100% that parking one of those in the High Street must be a bl**dy nightmare.
I'm still looking for a car that's narrow enough to navigate its way through all those little plastic tables, chairs & coffee supping posers that are always in the road at the foote of Olde Cliffe Bridge-e.
Don't think the lack of Q's in Waitrose ia a good think. IMHO The lack of queues is caused by it's over pricing policy causing the local yokels to vote with their feet.
On the plus side I notice that Waitrose does offer a "Take your shopping to your car" service... strictly for the millionaires that walk amongst us.
I'm looking forward to coming to Lewes on Saturday to visit the farmers market. Not bitten into a thick, tasty, meaty sausage for a month now so am feeling a touch frustrated.
Wonder if you have experienced the feelin' of not biting into a tasty meaty one Ma'am?
On 30 Jan 2006 at 3:51pm Brian wrote:
I knew it.
Phil likes to bite into a nice thick tasty meaty sausage.
You sure you don't live in Kemp Town?
On 30 Jan 2006 at 5:27pm I dont live in lewes anymore wrote:
How many times must I tell you Brian...
I'm absolutly positive I don't live in bl**dy Kemp Town so stop pestering.
Disappointing for you I know but, not only am I not gay, I'm keeping meself pure for a time (o/k a short time).
Sorry mate, you'll have to find another.
On 30 Jan 2006 at 5:57pm Brian wrote:
Well Phil, you wern't complaining last night!
And being pure since last night doesn't count.
It's a good job you're not catholic as well otherwise you'd be saying a lot of hail-marys for a while. (He's Jewish, I can confirm)..
See you tonight honey
On 30 Jan 2006 at 6:05pm Laydee wrote:
I get a sausage every first Sat of the month at the farmers' market, can't wait!
On 31 Jan 2006 at 9:11am I dont live in lewes anymore wrote:
The eroticism of it all.
We shall meet by the plump, juicy sausage stall.
But alas and alack... I am intact so not Jewish.
Have you been unfaithful to me again? ?? ???
On 31 Jan 2006 at 9:13am I dont live in Lewes anymore wrote:
Like wise Ma'am.
We have much in common.
On 31 Jan 2006 at 4:19pm Brian wrote:
On 8 Nov 2007 at 1:27pm xztheericzx wrote:
i'm eric. joining a couple boards and looking
forward to participating. hehe unless i get
On 17 Dec 2007 at 3:21pm oOgerryOo wrote:
Just saying hello - I'm new.