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Author Fuel prices, especially Birmingham people.
Ben G
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11th Jan 15 at 18:58   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2905468/Petrol-1-litre-time-five-years-Garage-owner-slashes-prices-99-7p-tiring-supermarket-fuel-scandal.html?ITO=1490&ns_mchannel=rss&ns_campaign=1490&utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

Lucky sods. Sainsburys/Tesco near me are always the cheapest but are currently at 106.9p/112.9p.

Apparently at 1 a litre, 75p is tax Shocking.
Jason x
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I have no idea how much i'm paying for fuel per lire here, have never paid attention to it.
Ben G
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Woah, you badass
GB123
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Baller
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I wipe my arse with crisp twenty notes.
GB123
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Are you some sort of peasant?

Fifties or nothing.
Jason x
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I don't see the point in looking, i'd still need to put petrol in to get to work and back whether its expensive or not.
GB123
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Can you not say that about anything?

I still need to eat so I don't worry about the price of food.
taylorboosh
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quote:
Originally posted by Jason x
I don't see the point in looking, i'd still need to put petrol in to get to work and back whether its expensive or not.



I agree
VrsTurbo
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quote:
Originally posted by GB123
Can you not say that about anything?

I still need to eat so I don't worry about the price of food.


Not really as if you were that bothered you'd go to lidl instead of tesco for example if you really are on the poor side then yea you would look at fuel prices but as there is limited compition you're a bit screwed.
pro8186
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quote:
Originally posted by taylorboosh
quote:
Originally posted by Jason x
I don't see the point in looking, i'd still need to put petrol in to get to work and back whether its expensive or not.



I agree


im sure if it went that expensive you'd buy a push bike
Nic Barnes
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quote:
Originally posted by taylorboosh
quote:
Originally posted by Jason x
I don't see the point in looking, i'd still need to put petrol in to get to work and back whether its expensive or not.



I agree
yep
taylorboosh
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quote:
Originally posted by pro8186
quote:
Originally posted by taylorboosh
quote:
Originally posted by Jason x
I don't see the point in looking, i'd still need to put petrol in to get to work and back whether its expensive or not.



I agree


im sure if it went that expensive you'd buy a push bike



What if its 40 miles each way?
Ben G
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11th Jan 15 at 20:27   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Train, bus, some kind of powered bicycle.

[Edited on 11-01-2015 by Ben G]
taylorboosh
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Or just pay for fuel
GB123
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I just find it strange how people advertise their ignorance as if it's a good thing.
taylorboosh
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What differance does it make?
GB123
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To me? None whatsoever.
Corsa_Sport21
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11th Jan 15 at 21:07   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

1.04 up here.
taylorboosh
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quote:
Originally posted by GB123
To me? None whatsoever.



Me either - 20 is 20 - its only how far i get that changes
Jamie-C
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Diesel 64p per litre
Ben G
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quote:
Originally posted by taylorboosh
quote:
Originally posted by GB123
To me? None whatsoever.



Me either - 20 is 20 - its only how far i get that changes


Probably doesn't bother you because houses up north cost 20p and a bar of chocolate, so can afford to chuck away a few bob.
Generation
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11th Jan 15 at 22:27   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

Got no idea what price is around here, I need it regardless.

Agree with Jason
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11th Jan 15 at 22:32   View User's Profile U2U Member Reply With Quote

1.09 might start driving to Birmingham to fill up as it's cheaper there,
taylorboosh
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quote:
Originally posted by Ben G
quote:
Originally posted by taylorboosh
quote:
Originally posted by GB123
To me? None whatsoever.



Me either - 20 is 20 - its only how far i get that changes


Probably doesn't bother you because houses up north cost 20p and a bar of chocolate, so can afford to chuck away a few bob.



And i dont have to keep getting my seats steam cleaned after i sweat on them

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