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15 minutes ago, Hannibal Scorch said:

I am struggling to understand where this Co-Op is located, and how it can be possibly used as a cut through

It's not that uncommon for shops to have two entrances. There's a Marks and Spencer's in Chichester that has this very set up. 

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7 minutes ago, gmoney said:

It's not that uncommon for shops to have two entrances. There's a Marks and Spencer's in Chichester that has this very set up. 

I am familar with stores having multiple entrances, it's.on parallel streets which I thought was odd. I need a visual because I am clearly overthinking this @Accident Prone I know. My brain does not work in sensible ways. I fully believe it happened mind, I am not picking holes in the tale, it's a good-un

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Yeah, there's a fair few shops I'll use as a cut-through if need be, particularly if it's raining. Actively trying to enforce a "no purchase, no cut-through" policy sounds far madder.

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What a loophole though, 8p to use the shop as a cut through and get a tomato. Won't be able to do that after Brexit 

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1 hour ago, Steve Justice said:

That toilet looks good enough to sit on. 

First thing I noticed was the state of the lav. If you're doing your promo photos at least run a bit of harpic round to get the shit off the outside of the bowl 

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