Supermarket websites struggle amid new lockdown
05/01/2021 | news | business | 708
Demand surges as shoppers rush to secure online delivery slots following news of another lockdown.
Lice spread rampantly among monkeys. Their messy ginger-haired leader told them let it spread to everyone so they could acquire “herd immunity” and stop feeling itchy. Other monkeys cheered “hohohoho!” beating their hairy chests. But later on their leader was rushed to the ICU after catching lice. He then introduced a lockdown with U-turn bananas to “eat out help out” and ended up on lockdown 3. Removed
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05/01/2021 11:39:40 3 4
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“herd immunity”

I don't like that term, it makes us sound like "Livestock ". What is wrong with Population immunity....???
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05/01/2021 11:34:16 8 32
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The real issue is the increase in food prices due to Brexit.
Oh shut up loser Removed
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05/01/2021 11:34:16 8 32
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The real issue is the increase in food prices due to Brexit.
The idiot is back Removed
BBC..let’s state some panic shall we, not sure if it’s the people managing the BBC or if they have employed some morons who either don’t know how to report or get their kicks from getting responses to trash articles. Removed
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05/01/2021 11:52:09 7 2
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BBC are reporting some issues relating to increased demand for online delivery services. You're the one who is talking about panic.
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05/01/2021 11:52:20 5 1
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Oh get a life. They're just reporting the facts. Don't blame the BBC if there are way more online shoppers than usual. How would you rather it was reported, then?

So many people like you these days, who seem to just enjoy being angry and upset about everything.
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05/01/2021 11:27:26 11 4
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They will adapt

This is a none issue

Will also create new jobs

Lower carbon foot print
not good if u are disabled u thick baster d Removed
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I can't believe anyone would post such an ignorant, nasty, foul comment. How does that help anyone? Shame on you.
Someone plant a virus in their websites Removed
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The real issue is the increase in food prices due to Brexit.
Total and utter bull shat.

Prices have been rising pretty much the last 12 months, stop spreading fake news you loser
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05/01/2021 11:46:11 29 90
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BARKING BONZO'S NORTH KOREAN-STYLE BROADCASTING SERVICE is what you and your Torytroll pals are looking for.

'Good morning, oiks! Everything is brilliant in Britain again, today, thanks to the wise benevolence of Barking Bonzo-Un! Covid? What Covid? Brexit will deliver all kinds of glorious bounty to a grateful people! Weather - bright, warm, sunny. Remember - HATE EVIL LABOUR AND ESSENNPEE!'
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05/01/2021 12:20:30 4 4
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Had my bulk load of toilet roll delivered from Tesco yesterday morning... I am so ahead of the game!
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05/01/2021 12:39:00 12 0
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Very easy answer, get off your backside and go to the shop!
I dearly hope you are offered the help with mental health which you so obviously require. Nothing can be done about your stupidity but perhaps a good kick up the arse may help.

Stay at home!

100% of people comprehend this. You are the one in 68 million.

Get help.
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05/01/2021 13:05:15 0 0
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Yes everbody accept you have no human rights and are now only allowed to do what your slave masters will allow, to suit the self-righteous of society.
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05/01/2021 11:38:42 111 25
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The BBC doesn't report anything useful anymore.

It seems they want to try and make everything as depressing as possible. Doesn't matter if any facts are behind it at all.

Next story will be: People struggle with mental health.

Why don't you think about your effects on the British people BBC!
I guess you want them to report in the rape gangs? Just not the white ones that operate at churches ? Removed
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05/01/2021 11:53:37 6 24
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"Only my family and I matter, sod everyone else' selfish morons"

I suggest you look up 'irony' in the OED.
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05/01/2021 12:39:06 2 7
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I am fuming completely with the disgrace which is online food delivery. So.

Tesco. Waitrose. Ocado. All of you -

Rationaluse delivery to streets and days of the week. You also employ some complete idiots who are simply unfit for purpose

Stop deluverung to adjacent properties at different time if the same day

The convenience service must end. Deliver a street on a day of the week. Rationalise
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05/01/2021 13:05:00 2 8
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Then you either very lucky or have the space money to afford amazon prime snapping up all the delivery slots disabled people like me need thank you for your selfishness
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05/01/2021 13:08:30 6 1
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Thank you for calling condemning me for an injustice you have chosen to invent has no basis in reality.
And thank you for automatically assuming that your “troubles” are more important than mine. You arrogant narcissist.
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05/01/2021 12:20:25 2 0
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I don't think you know the meaning of the word, your post makes no sense at all :) what on earth was ironic about my post?
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We had a Tesco Click + Collect service booked for today (Tuesday 5 December) for over a week. On Monday night we made several additions to our order, and received the email confirmation, but when we came to collect none of our additional items were included. Tesco said 46,000 customers had been affected, but they could not say who, and offered us only £5 in compensation.
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