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To be clear I don't shop in charity shops. I don't care if their prices are high or low. Fact!
Funny that you seem to think this is an important distinction to make?
I've noticed a bit of a pattern with you, and your simultaneous posturing for aspirational social standing, matched with hollow claims to not care what anyone thinks:
You're obsessed with other people's (higher) salaries.
You have a chip on your shoulder about university educated people being dumb
You seem to think nebulous local definitions about what constitutes "between the commons" and "nappy valley" are important
Its important that people know you would never shop at a charity shop
You display low level cognitive & grammatical skills
that's a whole bundle of esteem issues you've got going on there. I know, I know... You don't care, you just protest so people don't think the wrong thing about you.
Incidentally I proudly shop & donate goods to FARA
All I want to know now is where the money goes. Follow the money! Is it a charity or a front for something else? And really when I think about it I'm not that bothered.
Why don't you try a freedom of information request like you suggested? Sure, as a private company they are not covered by FOI but don't let that stop you
As for "Front for something else"? that's just embarassing.
And to be clear dullard I find people that use spelling and grammer on a quick type "blog" as their only basis of an agrument are really clutching at straws ... it seems to make them (you) feel better for some strange reason ... you didn't spell correctly nah nah nah nah nah ... do you trott that argument out as your reason for not giving to charity? ... did I say that kermit?
There's a difference between a typo, and not knowing basic spelling & grammar. Which I feel is somewhat ironic when you are taking potshots at other people's supposed education & intelligence. OK, obviously your story isn't true but the underlying sentiment coming through is still clear.
And for the record "Tim Nice But Dim" is a character from Harry Enfield ... you wouldn't know that because I suspect you're idea of comedy is probably Frasier ... yeah really funny ... Scckooossse me, can you tell me where to find the washing powder please?!
Again, very strange that you think this is a point worth making? This is the sort of cognitive shortcoming I referred to earlier.
You used the "Tim Nice But Dim" as a character approximation for the types in your "story", there isn 't any confusion about what you were trying to say (no matter how inarticulately). Pointing out the obvious origins of a famous pop culture character doesn't enhance your usage in any logical manner. In fact making this point makes no sense whatsoever. Unsurprisingly.
Ps I do find Frasier funny.
Anyway, that's enough attention paid to you for now.