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My son works in WH Smith and says Guardian buyers never ask for plastic bags.
Lynn Rose, Petersfield, Hampshire
Letters, The Guardian, 5 September 2007
Posted at 09:41 AM in stuff, this made me smile, use of images | Permalink
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I have to ask the staff at the Spa shop near me to not give me a plastic bag when I buy the Guardian. They look at me like I am mad, as the people buying the Daily Mail always enjoy taking a bag with their paper. (he said smugly)
06 September 2007 at 07:42 PM
I'm a Guardian man, but regardless of newspaper preference I cannot stand people who request a bag for their morning paper. It's completely ridiculous.
I remember working in a supermarket back in the day. I always imagined the Daily Mail readers were taking the bags to suffocate themselves with at home. Wishful thinking it seems given the Daily Mail remains the UK's highest selling daily.
Craig Knott |
07 September 2007 at 11:41 PM
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