I pretty much visit Woolworths every day. Yes, you read that correctly every single day. Most sane people would do a mass weekly grocery shop with a few quick visits in between to top up on staples like bread, milk and chocolate but there are a couple of reasons why I don't do that. One being that I only live 3 minutes from our local shopping complex and another being that I am incapable of planning out our meals for the week in advance - I will just never be that organised. So after visiting my local Woolies on a daily basis for the past several years I pretty much know my way around the place and can be in and out like lightning. But do you know what they went and did?
That's a totally serious question I'm asking by the way. 'Limited Edition' like what's the actual deal? So I'm not talking like collectibles like figurines, coins, stamps etc, I mean consumables like Caramilk, KitKat Gold, KFC's Hot & Spicy chicken and oh the Blueberry Cruisers. Why on Earth do companies decide it's a good idea to bring out the goodies and then watch people fight to the death over them and then whisk them away again?
I might have mentioned before that I love a good wine. And you know how when you eat a meal that someone else has prepared, it tastes that much better? Well it does around here anyway, my culinary skills suck big time. The same goes for enjoying a wine that you didn’t have to pay for. Now I’m not trying to coax anyone into knocking off the local Liquorland, I’m talking about winning wine. Besides sipping on sparkling, another favourite pastime of mine is entering giveaways. It’s a bit of fun and for the most part free and you can score some pretty awesome treats for yourself or gifts for family and friends (not the wine though, the wine stays).
Wining and whining my way through life.