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  Reply # 1472885 16-Jan-2016 22:02
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Soapbox?

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  Reply # 1472896 16-Jan-2016 22:19
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quickymart: Soapbox?


Confirmed soap is on special (health basics too) at New World. I checked.




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dont be calling it soap, its HealthBalm, its name deserves respect. rofl ;-p

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TeaLeaf: dont be calling it soap, its HealthBalm, its name deserves respect. rofl ;-p


Is this chat seriously still going? Hey Michael, soap still on special at New World?

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  Reply # 1472943 17-Jan-2016 00:51
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TeaLeaf: dont be calling it soap, its HealthBalm, its name deserves respect. rofl ;-p


Is this chat seriously still going? Hey Michael, soap still on special at New World?


It was a bulk pack. Should last a while.




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  Reply # 1473002 17-Jan-2016 09:14
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do not to take anything seriously enough to get on a soap box.

dont assume people dont have some knowledge of the market here and abroad (whether having worked for them all or as 3rd parties)

mostly, let it go, no need to have petty little quips last on and on over a product offering. it makes its good for some people these large (by NZ standards) telcos offer some different each, means dual sim carriers can have quite a tasty $40 per month package. variety is a good thing.

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