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Ibo, enough of the 'pompous mug' nonsense. Quaywe says the salmon was organic because, he can read and that is how the shop labelled it!!


In this country it is illegal to make false claims about stuff, you know. The Sale of Goods Act 1977 takes care of that kind of thing!


Take a chill pill!


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dulwichmum Wrote:

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> Dear Mr Ibo,

>

> You said:

>

> 4 wheel drives are for the country and Chelsea .

> In ED that is covered with hal an inch of snow

> they are a useless bit of luxury for people who

> like to show off.

>

> I know, isn't it great! Hurrah! I love my new

> Q7. Be honast - you do too!


I love the extra taxes that you pay on this bit of useless metal .

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spymum Wrote:

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> Ibo, enough of the 'pompous mug' nonsense.

> Quaywe says the salmon was organic because, he can

> read and that is how the shop labelled it!!

>

> In this country it is illegal to make false claims

> about stuff, you know. The Sale of Goods Act 1977

> takes care of that kind of thing!

>

> Take a chill pill!


>

> spymum

> (Blog: Posh Mum)


what was the name of that POSH restaurant that provided so-called organic meals .

Perhaps you can explain to us what is meant by organic and how the more sceptical amongst us cannot be conned.

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spymum Wrote:

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> Read the thread - it isn't a restaurant it is

> MOXONS you muppet!

>

> SMH (shaking my head!)

>

> And no I cannot 'explain how the more sceptical

> amongst us cannot be conned'!! :)

>

> spymum

>

> (blog: Posh Mum)


The problem of supplying so-called organic food applies to all types of outlets , whether they are suppliers of cooked or uncooked food .Stop behaving like a muppet.

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I actually bought some monkfish yesterday, and it was delicious. It tasted very fresh - perfect when wrapped in parma ham, with a dollop of hollandaise. One thing I would point out is that they don't take cards - I know I should have asked, but you assume everyone does these days!


Ibo - do you walk along Lordship Lane being confrontational towards the people shopping in the "posh" shops - or do you reserve your venom for your online outbursts?

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