Times are hard for all of us (unless they’re not, in which case I take that back and apologise for being wrong). But for a lot of us, money’s tight. There’s a ‘recession’ on and stuff. There’s no more extravagant £35 splurges at TK Maxx or ‘super-sizing’ at one of your high street fast food cheeseburger restaurants nowadays. Oh no. We have to watch our coin purses and ensure that they’re tightly closed shut at all times. If we start rummaging around in our little coin purses, we’ll get in all sorts of trouble. It’s like Fergie or Whigfield or whoever it is says:
“It’s all about your money, money, money… It’s all about the ‘hmmm, yeah. And then you’ve got the price tags… Oh God.”
We need to look for bargains. We need to hunt down the discounts. We need to go to pound shops. It really is the only way for anyone struggling financially. Well, it’s not. But for the purpose of this blog it bloody well is, alright?
But how do we know that what we’re exchanging our nickers for in these places is any good? After all, if it costs a quid, surely it’s not very good? Or is it? Or is it not? Is it good? Is it rubbish? What’s it like? Worth buying? Worth not buying…? It’s just so CONFUSING, isn’t it???
Come with me. I’m Steve Charnock and I welcome you into my Discount World. Hold my hand as I take in and show you the sights. Sit on my lap as I review a cornucopia of reduced price delights. Let me smell your hair as I show you what‘s a bargain and what’s a shitgain.
Now touch it. Go on. Just touch it. Yeah, that’s right. Oh, that’s good. Use your mouth. I love you.