Wednesday, April 26, 2006

When You Have No One To Care For...

When you have no one to care for, you go to Carrefour.


Blogger Mama Rock said...

i thot it would be tesco ;)

12:58 PM  
Blogger Noni said...

See, I told u u'd be good at all these cryptic clues and anagrams and stuff that treasure hunts are rife with. Wanna go a treasure-hunting? Don't worry... I won't make u traipse all over TESCO in a cowgirl outfit ... nor as Boney M...

but kepoh info alert... carrefour means crossroads in french and is pronounced 'kagh-foo'... eheh thank u.

1:12 PM  
Blogger Queen Of The House said...

ehem .... has she changed to doing her shopping at "garfu" now? (ya, kagh-foo)

1:37 PM  
Blogger Nobee said...

Despite your 'fondness' for Carrefour ;) I'm more of a Giant person. Lagi dekat kat rumah.

3:05 PM  
Blogger thinktankgal said...

I know your passion for cooking and good food...but now with grocers?? You are soo clasically funny ;)

3:20 PM  
Blogger Ariel said...

Going to Carrefour makes me happy somehow. Maybe they have some mood-altering drug in the air there.


3:25 PM  
Blogger A Babe Of Very Little Brain said...

i go to my neighbourhood grocers, herbs and food and watsons.

3:29 PM  
Blogger Mama Sarah said...

i thought it wd be TESCO too, kan mama rock?

Alamak, Bergen is a she eh Queen? alamak i thought a HE all this while.

My apology Bergen.

4:14 PM  
Blogger tee said...

do u know that Tesco goods are way more cheaper compared to Giant and C4...u should have known better, ya..

4:53 PM  
Blogger anedra said...


...when you want to find someone to marry, go to Tesco.

kan bergen?

5:17 PM  
Blogger aalborg said...

ish Dena, you took the words right outta my mouth!

5:32 PM  
Blogger dee3 said...

anedra: i'll second that!

so now 2 of the major (major ke pon, eh?) hypermarkets are in the picture (with tesco leading the way)... i wonder what the petrol station does for our dear en. bergen, eh?

whatever next? :p

anedra: tesco tu kot nak flirt and find the lady in green baju kurung kot...

6:01 PM  
Blogger Em said...


I suppose ur right but the Carrefour here is to far for me so the neighbourhood supermarket should be good enuf ey!

8:52 PM  
Blogger Sayuti said...

mdm noni commented what i intended to comment on her 2nd para.

my wife prefer Giant, specifically the one in Gombak.

10:28 PM  
Blogger torts said...

Free ad. Ada contract dengan kagh-foo ka? :)

12:30 AM  
Blogger simah said...

i would agree..since carrefour is also the only place i go hahah

4:51 AM  
Anonymous blabarella said...

But from a homemaker's point of view, I do believe that Carrefour has a better selection of products compared to Tesco. But a little bit pricier, yes. Now for reasons of fidelity, you're bound to roam the aisles of Tesco okay! Somehow the way you've portrayed Tesco all this while makes me feel that you're doing something scandalous by going to Carrefour, even if it happened "just once"!! LOL

7:40 AM  
Blogger Queen Of The House said...

Responding to Mama Sarah ..
Bergen is of course a he.
The she is a certain 'someone' who shops at Tesco whom he had his eyes on. Kan Bergen?

9:46 AM  
Blogger bergen said...

Mama Rock: Good to have a choice. Don't you think? LOL.

Noni: I've heard the pronunciation in the radio commercial. That's French alright, you pronounce different from the spelling.

QOTH: No, ma'am. I believe she still shops at Tesco. But just in case. LOL.

Nobee: Soon, sir, I will be a Giant kinda guy too.

Thanktankgal: You have to love your grocers, ma'am. That's where you get the ingredients from.

Ariel: Maybe it's the French thing, ma'am.

Xaviera: Corner store is lovely. Personal service.

Mama Sarah: Now I am really confused. Am I male? Oh no.

Tee: Good idea. My next mission shall be to compare prices. They've ran the ad this way i.e price comparison. Gotta go check it out for real.

Anedra: You've got it so right there, ma'am. Yes, when you need to find that someone, Tesco's the place. And if you need to find another one, Carrefour's the one. And so on and so on. Until you've covered 4 superstores.

Ailin: Yes, she did, ma'am. LOL.

Dee3: Petrol station. Hey, that's another insteresting place to check out instead of just going there for a refill. Besides, they've got Dunkin Donut and McDonald and KFC built in. Interesting.

EM: I like that 'ola' thing. I am familiar with 'ole'. The thing they say when a matador performs a perfect pass. You've gotta explain this to us. Is it Oklahoma? My wild guess.

Sayuti: I hope you won't end up like me, sir. I can never get enough of supermarkets, aisles, coupon, trolleys etc. LOL.

Torts: Good idea. Maybe I should sell this idea of advertising their name for a fee.

Simah: We're on the same page on this one, ma'am.

Blabarella: Scandalous. LOL. I like the way you put it. Well, a man has to scout around before he can finally settles down to remain loyal to one person, I mean one supermarket.

OATH: Yes, ma'am. And frankly, I can never take her off my mind. I just have to marry her and make her happy.

I thank you for coming in. Apparently supermarkets play an important role in our life, going by the comments. LOL.

Next: Petrol station.

11:04 AM  
Blogger maklang said...

You made my day....Tergelak baca!!!

11:30 AM  
Blogger RedKebaya said...

Bergen me boy... its not that supermarts are all THAT important. see, YOU have a following lol!! no matter la you write about toothbrush ka, detergent ka, the interesting way u put it will always draw us in :)

being in shah alam, its either giant or tesco for me; i so loath the cavenous, warehouse feel of makro.

11:44 AM  
Blogger bergen said...

Maklang: Glad I can make you laugh, ma'am.

Red Kebaya: Yes, ma'am. I find joy in ordinary things you mentioned like tootbrush, detergent, chopping board etc. I celebrate simple things. These are things that can make me happy. That way, it takes a lot to make me sad.

1:07 PM  
Blogger anggerik merah said...

ASDA and Morrisson, sometimes Tesco are the place for me here.:-))

3:29 PM  
Blogger nadya said...

you can always care for all of us, the ladies who visited ur blog :)
i bet u'll have no time for other things. hand's full.

..and aunt su, and that lady friend of yours..( sorry i forgot her name.)

Tesco more veriety, and giant's cheaper.Carrefour, in between.

p/s : abah send his salam to you. my hometown takder all these big supermarket, so dad end up shooping for groceries at TONG FAT market. :) cheers!

3:45 PM  
Blogger bergen said...

Anggerik Merah: Goes to show that one way or another, no matter where we are, or who we are, supermarkets play an important part in our life. LOL.Unless if you are Queen of England. Come to think of it, poor the queen, she won't know what fun it is to go shopping for groceries.

Nadya: I like that fact about Tesco, Carrefour and Gian in terms of pricing. Will check it out.

4:07 PM  
Blogger Em said...


Ola or Hola is the Latin version of Hello...

10:05 PM  
Anonymous hemu2 said...

do the price checking Bergen and share the outcome with us so we'll know where to go to shop...groceries i mean ;)

9:53 AM  
Blogger bergen said...

EM: So here goes, ola!

Hemu2: Yes, ma'am. will collate the findings in a report.

Thank you for visiting, everyone. It's good to have you here.

10:56 AM  

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