By nh-Amazon - 27/04/2014 23:01 - United States - Plano
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Nearly all large UK supermarkets do deliveries, with 1 hour slots, costs me that much to drive 8 miles and back anyway. Everything unloaded onto your worktops from trays, no carrying heavy bags, no splitting bags, no queues - I find the fresh fruit and veg has always been good, though we buy 90% of that locally, and meat.
In my town there's an online site where you can buy from grocery stores--you place your order and they deliver in a couple of hours. Which is better than the two days Amazon Prime takes. It's the sort of thing I may use if I'm really sick and need something or in a pinch. I'm pretty good with going to the grocery store myself.
#35 I just checked myself. I found the seed to grow lettuce, but not the actual plant itself. I didn't think lettuce would survive the trip through the mail. Though next time I'll check first before making what I thought was a safe assumption like that. "Meanwhile, in the news, Amazon.com is reporting an unusually high volume of searches for 'lettuce'..."
Hahaha you raised a real go-getter there, didn't you?
Make sure you use Amazon Prime, and tell him you'll call him down for dinner in 2 days.