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Would you pay 1.75 euro for this

Would you

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    Votes: 45 83.3%
  • No

    Votes: 9 16.7%

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womfalcs3

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The products I see may have cost 0.30 dollars. You're asking if an additional 1.65 dollars is worth the labor, electricity, appliance use? Maybe, if you're really hungry.
 
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haxan7

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It looks like it’s just on the cusp of being enough calories for a filling meal for a small woman or a child.
 
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King of Foxes

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The products I see may have cost 0.30 dollars. You're asking if an additional 1.65 dollars is worth the labor, electricity, appliance use? Maybe, if you're really hungry.
Maybe you need to eat more, your basic maths is off.

1.75 not 1.95

Try some eggs, i know a cheap place
 

GymWolf

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The look of that pepperoni slices is hideous.

But yeah the price is super ok.
 

Skyr

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Looks good for that price so yeah. It’s like perfect snack size.

Why you ask? Something wrong with it?
 

Ahjumbie

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Hell y ea , that's not bad at all . A B/E/C biscuit from Mcdonald's is like $3.50 or so here. Hell, they could slap another slice of toast in there and make it an even 2.00 maybe 2.10 and you have a pretty good sandwich there
 

Ar¢tos

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Seems like a very good price. Why are you asking? Because of the look of the food or the price?
Recently I paid 2.50€ for this:

(no regrets here!)
 

King of Foxes

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Seems like a very good price. Why are you asking? Because of the look of the food or the price?
Recently I paid 2.50€ for this:

(no regrets here!)
No reason i just wanted to make a thread. Im get paid western European salary and im always happy when i buy things like that here.

I travel a lot for work and am always shocked at how expensive things get
 
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Ar¢tos

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No reason i just wanted to make a thread. Im get paid western European salary and im always happy when i buy things like that here.

I travel a lot for work and am always shocked at how expensive things get
To be fair not all places here in Portugal are cheap (by locals standards ), I'm lucky that the best bakery in the nearby area is also the biggest and the cheapest.
The last time I went there we had 3 coffees, 1 juice, 1 pizza slice, 2 pastries and 3 slices of cake for 10.40€. A normal menu in McDonald's is 6-7€.
I love going to France, but i hate their prices, everything is nearly double than it is here.
Isn't food in eastern Europe cheaper than Central europe?
 

King of Foxes

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To be fair not all places here in Portugal are cheap (by locals standards ), I'm lucky that the best bakery in the nearby area is also the biggest and the cheapest.
The last time I went there we had 3 coffees, 1 juice, 1 pizza slice, 2 pastries and 3 slices of cake for 10.40€. A normal menu in McDonald's is 6-7€.
I love going to France, but i hate their prices, everything is nearly double than it is here.
Isn't food in eastern Europe cheaper than Central europe?
Its very cheap but only if you get an above average salary. I know in my bank juniors get around 1500 before tax a month.

I dont eat McDonalds but i think its about the same price here. But a beer thats not a drunkie brand will cost maybe 1 euro a pint can for instance. Drunkie brand beers are like .90c for 1.5L
 
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Dural

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I was talking to a guy that was installing an induction furnace and he travels all over the world for his job. He said in Romania he was able to get a burger, fries, and drink for $2. It was the cheapest place he had been.
 

Stitch

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1.75 euros is almost $2.

If you go for a simper, cheaper meal you can save $1 every day, which by the end of the month comes to $30... and then you can treat yourself to this:
looks like a nice italian meal
 

Dural

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There are cheap places to eat in the US too if you're not picky. Sam's Club has a 1/4lb Nathan's all beef hot dog and 32oz drink for $1.50 all the time.


 

God Enel

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It’s quite cheap for two eggs and a toast. In some places this would be like 3-5€ I guess.

was in a ramen restaurant a couple of days ago andthey charged 1€ for a boiled egg.
 

triplestation

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triplestation approves

you seem to have found yourself a pretty nice establishment

i can already tell the person who makes your food does it with passion
 

Kagey K

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I’d just plop one of those eggs on top of the toast and eat it as an open egged sandwich.
Totally worth it. I’ve seen people pay more for less

. Or add on a second piece of that pizza bread and throw both eggs on for a real Sammie.
 

King of Foxes

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Why can’t they just throw it together and make it a sandwich? That’s what everyone really wants.
Fuck that looks like a damn good sandwich.
I cant speak for all eastern Europe but sandwiches with two slices are not common. Its usually just one piece with the toppings
 

Dunki

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I cant speak for all eastern Europe but sandwiches with two slices are not common. Its usually just one piece with the toppings
Mostly you do not even get many sandwiches but rather buns with cheese etc.
For example this one here costs 2.50 Euro in Germany

 

Kagey K

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Mostly you do not even get many sandwiches but rather buns with cheese etc.
For example this one here costs 2.50 Euro in Germany

He looks sad, he needs some friends to join the party. Where is the side and drink?