Written by Jaggedone
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Topics: Germany, tesco, Aldi, Lidl

Wednesday, 28 January 2015

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Bratwurst stuck in hot sauerkraut; a cheap German thrill! Find them at Lidl!

Tesco, one of Britain's top four supermarkets are being forced to close 43 of their stores while German giants, Lidl and Aldi, have decided to "Blitzkrieg" the UK by opening many more of their cheap stores.

The Germans attitude is; if you can beat them bury them and that is just what they are doing. UK shoppers are gradually getting used to the no-nonsense German giants who trim the frills and offer cheap and not so nasty products in their stores built like barracks resembling a blemish on their not so pretty history, but who gives a crap as long as they are cheap!

One punter called, Sir Inchcock (no comparisons to the one and only) stopped frequenting Tesco's and decided to to to Lidl instead and here is his reason;

"Well, me old China, I don't speak a word of German and the girls and boys who work at Lidl are mostly Polish, so if they can forgive them, then I can too, plus the fact, they're pretty damn cheap and an Old Codger like myself only thinks of one thing; Bratwurst stuck in a Sauerkraut, very healthy!"

Thank you Sir Inchcock for that brave comment and as for Tesco, Sainsbury's and Asda, tighten your belts because the Germans are coming and they know how to deal with Polish immigrants; it's a historical thing!

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