Random Wanderings and Wonderings

Is it really so hard to check these things?

By , October 30, 2012
Bail of Hay sign at Longo's

Bails of hay can be neutralized by pales of water.

Oh, Longo’s. I had such high hopes when you moved into my extended neighbourhood that you’d be less careless with your spelling than the local Sobeys and Loblaws. I guess I’ll have to settle for fresher produce if I can’t have better spelling.

8 Responses to “Is it really so hard to check these things?”

  1. Ben says:

    Fresher than Loblaws, eh? That must be pretty damned fresh.

    • Val Dodge says:

      Buying produce at my closest Loblaws is like playing roulette: the odds of taking home a winner are not good. The next-closest one is better, but slowly heading in the same direction. Customer service at both is dispensed grudgingly, if at all.

      • rudy says:

        come to loblaws at bayview and moore — i can personally vouch for the freshness of the produce there

        • Val Dodge says:

          That location is usually off my radar, but I do go there occasionally. I most often shop at Valu-Mart a few blocks farther north when I’m near there.

  2. Vic says:

    I’m just impressed that they can get ten bucks for what’s basically a bag of grass clippings that doesn’t even look very big. Cha-ching!

  3. Susan says:

    Its not evan a baile of hey is it?? Its just a bag of lose straw. And alot of monney to.

  4. Canadianskeezix says:

    Well, in the sense that purchasing this product allows you to bring it home and free it from Longo’s, perhaps “bail” is the actual intended word.

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