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Title register (example Link opens in new window) £4.00

Title plan (example Link opens in new window) £4.00

Flood Risk Indicator result (exampleLink opens in new window) £6.50 (excl. VAT)

I'm sure it was only £3 to get a title register before.

That extra quid is stopping me be nosey!

Plus - local charity shop was originally 5 books for £1, went to 50p each or three for a quid and is now 60p each or three for £1.50

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Never mind! You can still get Tesco Value Rice Pudding for 17p per can.

Was thinking of buying 100,000 cans as an inflation hedge, what do you think? Only problem is I will have to take delivery and the garage might not be big enough. :huh:

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Never mind! You can still get Tesco Value Rice Pudding for 17p per can.

Was thinking of buying 100,000 cans as an inflation hedge, what do you think? Only problem is I will have to take delivery and the garage might not be big enough. :huh:

Milk-and--Custards-Desserts-Rice-Pudding-425G.jpg

You need to buy a bigger house :lol::lol::lol::lol:

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Never mind! You can still get Tesco Value Rice Pudding for 17p per can.

Was thinking of buying 100,000 cans as an inflation hedge, what do you think? Only problem is I will have to take delivery and the garage might not be big enough. :huh:

Milk-and--Custards-Desserts-Rice-Pudding-425G.jpg

Are there not tescos value creamed desserts futures contracts?

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Title register (example Link opens in new window) £4.00

Title plan (example Link opens in new window) £4.00

Flood Risk Indicator result (exampleLink opens in new window) £6.50 (excl. VAT)

I'm sure it was only £3 to get a title register before.

That extra quid is stopping me be nosey!

Plus - local charity shop was originally 5 books for £1, went to 50p each or three for a quid and is now 60p each or three for £1.50

Just been to Adsa,

Buying some prawn, I was looking at expiry date when I noticed something:

200gr of prawn on 28 July has become 180gr on the 29 th.

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Just been to Adsa,

Buying some prawn, I was looking at expiry date when I noticed something:

200gr of prawn on 28 July has become 180gr on the 29 th.

That's not inflation....that's deflation. :P

No it is happening all the time, portions are either getting smaller or cheaper ingredients are substituted...I think they think we are stupid. ;)

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Plus - local charity shop was originally 5 books for £1, went to 50p each or three for a quid and is now 60p each or three for £1.50

The best charity shop years were three or four years ago....hardly anyone shopped there, loads of great bargains...every season the money flush would clear their wardrobes, much of the clothes were never even worn, still had the labels hanging from them...times are changing. ;)

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Are there not tescos value creamed desserts futures contracts?

I might be able to arrange something through BetFair.

Something like this:

You bet that by a certain date / time the average price per tin is x. Every penny you are over/under you lose money if you get it right you win the bet and get more money.

Perhaps I should become a banker then I could go out and buy thousands of tins just to rig the price so heads you lose tails I win.

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