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    PlaneMan
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    Yes, Greggs, purveyors of lard, are doing valentines day at some of their shops.

    If you’re a bit skint it’s only £15 for the couple. That includes prosecco.

    I think it’s hilarious, how many people are going to get themselves into trouble with this? Link.

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    The Duke
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    Lol. Love a pasty, but pastry hates me.

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    Dave Rice
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    Marvellous. We don’t normally bother with Valentines Day but this might change our minds.

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    Richard
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    There don’t appear to be many stores participating, none near me or Bristol, but it is an interesting marketing idea.

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    blacklion1725
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    I love a Greggs – especially the Sausage Rolls – bettered only by Morrisons Lincolnshire ones.

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    Bob Williams
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    I love a Greggs – especially the Sausage Rolls – bettered only by Morrisons Lincolnshire ones.

    Yes they’re good BL, but in Louth there is a Curtis bakery, a Lincoln company, which makes the best sausage rolls. Ever. Anywhere. And I am a sozzie roll gourmet. All their stuff is really good, I don’t get my baked goods from anywhere else. Best cheese scones and straws I ever tasted, made with just a hint of mustard that doesn’t taste as if it’s there, but adds something to the flavour. I am physically unable to pass the place without buying something, the aroma drags me in. All fresh-baked on premises, any leftovers go to local homeless. Seriously considering putting my old gardening gear on and lying in a shop doorway….

    My Gert stopped making cheese scones after we moved here, couldn’t stand the competition. ??

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    The Duke
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    Told my wife about this and thought it a great idea.

    She also said it would make a good party convo to back up how cheap i am. I replied with, we will do the pound bakery next year.

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