Canada is saving the planet, right?
Where is your canadian groceries picture posting loicense
>britoid posting on the 'chon without a license
That's a decent price, but who the fuck buys plain lays chips?
What they’re great with boiled cabbage
Get a good dip and they aren't bad
You will understand when you are older.
>$17 for the meat
So they paid $20 for the beta oil and chips?
30 yeah complete horseshit, but i guess thats why he isnt posting full receipt
in no world does chips, olive oil, onion, 2 paprikas, and canned tomatoes cost 30 fucking bucks
Shit I can't wait to go to the grocery store later. Those are normal prices. I stopped eating that fancy shit and eat only eggs, rice, and onions sauce. It's much cheaper than eating normally nowadays.
You can tell this is fake because he bought olive oil
Regular canadians cant afford that luxury anymore
How convenient that they blocked out which remote part of northern canada this was from.
Not really, the meat price sounds about normal. It's the olive oil he bought which would cost $15 that makes it so expensive
>Not posting the second photo
That oil is cheaper at Costco. I think the two-bottle pack costs the same as that one bottle.
Not surprising, it costs about the same here.
I'm jealous of those meat prices but the vegetables seem pretty expensive.
>I'm jealous of those meat prices
So am I...The 13% HST implies it's from Ontario, though.
I have bought this very oil on sale for several dollar cheaper
Why don't people buy things when they go on sale instead of when they actually need/run out of?
I rarely ever buy things not on sale, and usually plan meals based on weekly flyer. Is this uncommon?
I do the exact same thing. It's common among people with common sense. But there are tons of idiots out there.
you're lying. That would cost no more than $30
USD or funny canadian money?
I eat beans and rice five days of the week because real food is so insanely expensive and just gets more expensive every week.
I live alone, drive a used car, and make $98k a year.
I recommend perusing canned goods such as beans, sauces, certain meats, tamales, pasta and soup, etc and yes rice to;
“Fill up for cheap.”
>30$ bottle of olive oil
>flat 13% HST
This shill is in the maritimes.
Everything's trucked in there. The population is a concentrated bunch of welfare queens so it's got fairly expensive food costs.
Anyway, the bottle of olive oil and the chicken are the biggest sinks on the bill.
stop throwing around the dollar sign like it's the same thing leaf. everyone knows you use looneys and tooneys and shit. fucking clown world central.
Canada is the most respected nation on /misc/
47 CAD is like 30 USD so it's not that bad
AND it's laced with mild poisons and toxins from many sources.
Stop buying meat and junk food, cuck.
>virgin olive oil
I don't want to know....really.
>I don't want to know....really.
Wait till you find out about the EXTRA VIRGIN olive oil.
That'll really spin your gears.
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