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The lengths we go to for a Christmas turkey!

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It's a festive scenario familiar to many.

On Christmas Eve you drive to the supermarket for some last minute essentials, or to pick up a present for the one relative you forgot was coming on Christmas Day, only to discover there are no places.

But rather than drive around, gnawing the steering wheel in frustration like most of us would, one brass-necked shopper simply parked in an empty trolley bay at the Asda branch in the Warwickshire town of Nuneaton.

http://www.dailymail...upermarket.html

:lol: I can't say I blame him, parking has been a nightmare <_<

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It can be frustrating at times. There was a time that I had to park on top of a big hump of snow that had been shoved up in a parking spot by a plow because of no other place to park. Good thing I had 4 wheel drive. People were staring but I got parked.

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The shops shut on Xmas Day and some on Boxing Day , but why do people go ballistic and buy £150.00/ $300.00 worth of foodstuffs when the S/Mkt is open on Thursday.

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