I just like the smell of food / drinks that are on sale ! And because I am Asian and therefore, stereotypically “cheap” – I will buy things in bulk ..just because it’s cheap x3! Well, my mum does at least. Just look at the below picture ! It’s from the convenience store, 7–eleven. All that above was $1 each. I don’t know about where you live ..but that’s pretty cheap for some of the stuff :)
According to the facebook event page, this was what was included in the one day, $1 sale.
Mother 300ml Slim cans, Nestlé Medium bars, Twisties, Burger Rings & Cheetos 90g, Nestlé Drumstick Ice-creams, munch Cheese & Bacon rolls, Donuts, Four’N Twenty Snack Pies, Goulburn Valley flavoured milk, Golden Circle LOL! Juice and Berocca Twist ‘n’ Go
Some of these things can be pretty expensive normally.
So, basically, I got home and found: 12 Golden Circle LOL! Juice cans, 3 90g Burger Ring packets, 8 Four’N Twenty Snack Pies and 8 Nestle Drumstick Ice-creams! Oh mummy&daddy are so kind x3
(Supposedly there was more but my brother ate it all before I got home ;A;!)
However in saying that, I don’t actually mind paying a lot to eat good food. Well, depending on the place and how good/yummyyyy the food really is.
The flavours in the box we got from left-right, top-bottom were: Champagne, Strawberry, Excellence 70% Cocoa Chocolate, Milk Chocolate, Pistachio and Passion. (I thought the box was pretty*-*)
But I don’t know if these were worth it. Lindt Delice – packet of 6 for $13. We did not get to choose the flavours we wanted :( Hence, why I think it wasn’t really worht the $13.
The only ones I actually enjoyed were the Strawberry, Milk Chocolate and Pistachio (kind of). I guess it might be because I don’t really like the taste of alcohol, that I didn’t like Champagne. And that I don’t like Passionfruit, hence why I didn’t like Passion. And well, I don’t like dark chocolate ..so 70% was too bitter for me :(!
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Whilst I am on this topic, I was wondering, if the bloggers that wanted to meet for my birthday, would mind going to a buffet / restaurant?
(That might cost a bit … maybe like $30 per person for lunch?)
Do you take the risk with expensive food and hope that it’s yummy; or just go for the cheap ones that you know taste good?
When I confirm the details, I’ll be sending out an email with information so I’ll be needing your emails and food requirements! (Also I hope no one is opposed to the South-Eastern suburbs?) And probably on a Saturday or Sunday since I know that other universities have already had their midsemester break …and for some reason ours is in between Week 10 and 11 ;A;