- Nov 15, 1999
Walked in there yesterday lunch time. Walked straight back out again.I was in Tesco in cabra earlier. Got everything I needed, but this was the pasta aisle...
Hasn't gov already said this is more bullshit fake internettery?Ok it's out now. It was related to this. Army forces set to go on stand-by as drastic measures to protect from COVID-19
Responding to speculation there will be a 'Red Alert' announcement from the Taoiseach early next week, Mr Donohoe said Minister there are no plans in place for a red alert announcement from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Monday morning.Folks. Do not panic buy.
But if possible get your big shop done before Monday.
Hmm, perhaps my trolley full of Nutella and frozen peas wasn't the wisest in retrospect....Himself went to Lidl earlier (for our usual weekly shop) with the littlest. He said it wasn't too bad. Some empty shelves but they had most of the stuff we wanted (fresh vegetables, meat, cheese etc.) Seeing what is selling out I'm beginning to think that malnutrition is as likely to kill people as the virus is.
It's more likely to be yellow on mondayResponding to speculation there will be a 'Red Alert' announcement from the Taoiseach early next week, Mr Donohoe said Minister there are no plans in place for a red alert announcement from Taoiseach Leo Varadkar on Monday morning.
This just means the opposite doesn't it?
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