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HST's Dead Carcass: I went shopping over the summer and used a self checkout lane. I bought a 6 packs of IBC Root Beer and it all but set an alarm off. The attendant came over, carded me (for farking Root Beer!) and checked every single bottle in the 6 pack.Apparently some smart kids started putting beer bottles that look like IBC bottles in IBC 6 packs and buying them.
InspectorZero: FTFA: A Tesco spokesman said today: 'There is no age restriction on this product.'We've scanned the item ourselves and found that no age restriction message appeared, so there may have been a one-off error with the checkout.'Do you people actually read the entire article before posting/greenlighting?
ManateeGag: microwave pudding? who does that?
vernonFL: Yorkshire pudding is a pastry.Black pudding is blood sausage.
GAT_00: So, before some Republican comes in here screaming about liberal nanny states, I'd just like to point out that Republicans pretty much own Tennessee government and I have to show an ID in this state to buy Robitussin.
sigdiamond2000: The machine, in Southampton, Hampshire, told him his purchase had to be 'approved' - and a member of staff was only too eager to demand his identification proving he was over 18.Welcome to Obama's America, in full effect.
vudukungfu: vernonFL: Yorkshire pudding is a pastry.Black pudding is blood sausage.Neither are edible.
Smeggy Smurf: vudukungfu: vernonFL: Yorkshire pudding is a pastry.Black pudding is blood sausage.Neither are edible.Not true. Both are technically edible. However edible does not mean good to eat. A turd by definition is edible.
Somaticasual: Of course, since it's coming from the daily mail, we can only assume the actual story took place in a a hair salon, and has nothing to do with microwavable pudding whatsoever in reality
FirstNationalBastard: Did they also buy meat?Because how can you have any pudding if you don't eat your meat?
someguy945: [imgs.xkcd.com image 270x408]
kbronsito: And this is why we have a second ammendment. Withouth it, the king of england could tell Americans that they need id to purchase junk food.
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