Those of you who've bothered to read my inane babble will know what I mean already, the rest of you, tough, I'm not explaining.
Anyhoo, I decided to do some research into my non-stick pans not really being non stick due to them having stickers stuck on them theory. My scientific quest took me to the local tescos where I found the cookery devices in question situated in the aisle beside the dvd's. Upon seeing a spotty young lady working nightshift shelf-stacking (too ugly to put on the daytime, face like a clumsy bee-keeper, but i's straying from the point), I enquired as to how said pans could possibly be non-stick what with them having stickers on them.
I was met with a blank stare and the young lady promptly dissappeared. Next thing I know, I'm under cunning survailance from two crafty security guards; one hiding behind the budget £8 toasters at the end of the aisle, the other, casually pretending to be looking at the pans right beside me.
Needless to say, I moved off in a suspicious manner and led them on a wonderful game of cat and mouse through the babywear section. Ducking and diving behind rails and changing direction so to throw them off. I left after purchasing an egg and cress sandwich (74p) and watched as the two security enforcement fellows stood at the doorway observing me leave in my associate's car.
In conclusion, despite the cheap price of toasters in Tesco, I need to start going to Asda.