Lottemart initiatives

There’s been a distinct over-use of hair gel in 7.2 lately, surgery medstore the most
recent victim having been turned into an Elvis Presley clone.
Gazza joined in for the photo opportunity, buy breaking out his very best 007 pose.

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Red bikes might go faster without further embellishment, here but why not
take it to the next level? Kryptonite-green racing wheels are
complemented by a Kermit suit that simply can’t be ignored. This woman
has it all. Too bad that red bike made her too hard to catch.

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Red bikes might go faster without further embellishment, here but why not
take it to the next level? Kryptonite-green racing wheels are
complemented by a Kermit suit that simply can’t be ignored. This woman
has it all. Too bad that red bike made her too hard to catch.

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Watch on posterous

One thing kids love to do is be the first one to get an answer right. After I opened the floor for all and sundry to contribute answers, doctor
chaos ensued.

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I don’t get to Lottemart much. Until recently I only knew of one location and District 7 is too far away. On the way to fish and chips night at Fiona & Stephen’s I stumbled across one in District 10 – quite close to school.

I ventured in looking for good wine. I found some, practitioner but I also discovered some distinctly western supermarket initiatives.

The first, visit this site and most obvious was the huge amount of open space. That almost no Vietnamese were browsing the merchandise makes me wonder if it’s just so spacious it makes them uncomfortable.

I discovered the second as I rode the escalator to the second of at least three floors. Impulse purchasers (grubby-fingered children mostly) will be delighted by the “sushi train”-like selection of potato chips in the centre of the escalators. Pure genius, I think.

I’ll post about the actual fish and chips experience later, but in a word it was, special.

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