Woolworths Launches MASSIVE 50 % Off Sale On 1,000 Products

Woolworths has launched a massive sale on more than 1,000 products – with most items slashed by up to 50 % off. As part of its ‘Online Super Sale’, shoppers can score half price on selected products from the wonder, health, household, pantry, fridge, and freezer sections. Available Australia-wide, the mega-sale runs until 11.59pm on Tuesday, August 6, or while shares last.

The supermarket giant has slashed prices on a slew of items, including frozen meals, tinned foods, snow cream, cleaning products, makeup, hair treatment, plasticware, toiletries, and even men and women’s underwear. For a fraction off its original prices, beauty fans can get 50 % off every Maybelline products, including mascara, eyeshadow palettes, bass and more. 1, and cooking essential oil. All offers are available online only – as customers are required to purchase the items via the web site – and grab via click and collect and delivery can be found. A limit of 10 products included in the sale event applies per order per customer.

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And another challenged the patriarchy by transferring down the mother’s surname-a choice predicated on what’s best rather than what’s radical, however rebellious in the face of antiquated naming beliefs still. As for my partner and me, we wouldn’t hate if our son passed down our name, but we wouldn’t care if he didn’t. In the end, if he wants his child to keep his surname is his and his partner’s choice. While I always understood the politics of baby naming was a volatile sport, I didn’t fully understand how true that was until we shared our naming decisions with others.

Everybody has a damn opinion on the child’s identity that won’t impact on him or her whatsoever. I can’t fathom apart from for society’s ingrained perception that we already have a say in other people’s lives. If anything, our kid is the only one who gets to compliment or criticize our choice with any amount of weight.

After all, he has to live with his hyphenated surname for the others of his life-or until he becomes the age where he can legitimately change it. And if he does, so be it. Because his name by itself is his name. And our choice only is our choice. Annamarya Scaccia is an independent journalist who has extensivelyreported on civil rights, domestic violence, sexual violence, sexual and reproductive health, public health, disability and LGBT issues among other rousing topics. Her work has appeared in the NY Daily News, Philadelphia Weekly, and Philadelphia City Paper, with RH Reality Check, Next City, Quest Magazine as well as the Raw Story. Annamarya was a 2011 Fellow for the Peter Jennings Project for Journalists and the Constitution, and it is the author of the prose and poetry collection, Destiny for a Tragedy.

The day I acquired back I finished packing up the orders and got them out within 2 business times! I just hold off shipping out orders when that happens). I can inform I’m rambling on and on now! I’ve surely got to get ready and get to the store to get products for tonight.

I also make “Sweettarts”, which is orange soda pop, vodka, and Kool-aid packets (grape and cherry). I really do, I like to do it now really, haha. Especially if I’m at home where I know I don’t need to worry about generating or finding someone to drive. It’s nice to let loose and just get ridiculous for a night!