Most Black Friday products 'were same price or cheaper' beforehand
25/11/2020 | news | business | 532
Nine in 10 products are the same price or cheaper before the sale, finds consumer group.
I'm not comfortable with black Friday. Doesn't seem very PC. Removed
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24/11/2020 13:18:36 11 2
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I hope your tongue is lodged firmly in your cheek...

... And you're not that sort who looks for "I'm offended" content in every innocuous thing
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24/11/2020 13:26:12 3 1
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It would only be considered offensive if it was white Friday.

"I'm dreaming of a white Christmas
Just like the ones I used to know"

Lets see how long until that songs censored.
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24/11/2020 13:32:02 4 3
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I'm surprised its still called Black Friday today !
Yea, Lets start calling it Black Fridays Matter :) Removed
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24/11/2020 14:00:14 5 1
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Oh and and another thing - whay haven't the wokerati and other correct folks started a massive campaign to have it re-named? After all if a statue of Winston Churchill is deemed offensive then the name B**** Friday should be off the scale by now. Strange isn't it?
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The best way to save is pick up what you want and just walk straight out the shop
Waylon Mercy style
Ya know what I mean ?
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24/11/2020 13:21:00 208 6
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Yet another import from the “Grand Old US of A”, a fool & his money are easily parted.
Along with obesity and the lazy "no neck" driver (doesn't check mirrors or blindspots before changing lanes)

No - the lack of indicator use is not a USA import that's a manufacturer fault for allowing idiots to buy BMW, Audi, Mercs and Range Rover.
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My biggest concern about leaving the EU without a trade deal is that those cars will become so much more expensive that the idiots won't be able to afford them. Then not knowing what they are driving will make it harder to spot them in the distance, thus losing valuable preparation time in planning evasive action. Removed
Bit confused by this 'Black Friday' advertising.

As a white male, am I still allowed to shop on 'Black Friday' or is it only for BAME people ?

I wouldn't like to offend anyone when I'm out and about looking for bargains.
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24/11/2020 14:46:46 1 0
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It refers to nothing more than the ink used by accountants to signify credit or debit. Debit being red.
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24/11/2020 14:47:07 2 1
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As an ignorant fool, I'm entitled to know that the word "yellow" refers to the colour of yellow things, "red" only means communist, and "black" is definitely a reference to the promotion of slavery and nothing at all to do with banking terminology.

You love offending people, or maybe you don't even know your racism is offensive
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24/11/2020 14:57:01 2 1
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You wouldn't like to offend anyone but still managed to. Well done, you.
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24/11/2020 14:59:38 1 1
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"I wouldn't like to offend anyone"

Why do I not believe that....
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24/11/2020 15:11:32 1 1
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If you're that keen not to offend anyone, cut the puerile/juvenile cr*p that you've posted here.
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24/11/2020 15:36:58 1 0
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You should be fine if your a white male who identifies as being a black female.
Why is it allowed to be called Black Friday, surely in this politically correct world it should be coloured Friday or rainbow Friday. Removed
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24/11/2020 15:03:04 2 0
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Why do idiots think it's anything to do with race?
Along with obesity and the lazy "no neck" driver (doesn't check mirrors or blindspots before changing lanes)

No - the lack of indicator use is not a USA import that's a manufacturer fault for allowing idiots to buy BMW, Audi, Mercs and Range Rover.
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My biggest concern about leaving the EU without a trade deal is that those cars will become so much more expensive that the idiots won't be able to afford them. Then not knowing what they are driving will make it harder to spot them in the distance, thus losing valuable preparation time in planning evasive action. Removed
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24/11/2020 15:42:58 3 3
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Things are just not built to last anymore. Except cars of course.

My Ford Focus easily outlasted the Ford Anglia. And the doors stayed shut round corners.

But apart from that. Take modern phones and computers - rubbish that disintegrates as soon as you sneeze.

And marriages - very fragile.

And the EU.
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