This is nothing to do with Wasted but I have a conundrum for you, which illustrates just how weirdly my brain works.
Today, I bought a new pair of boots. (It happens.) And they had £20 off. Which was lovely, especially since I'd have bought them anyway.
Then, I went into Lakeland and bought three things for a total cost of £20. So, I decided that what I bought in Lakeland was, in effect, free.
But, the three things I bought were in a "buy 3 things and get the cheapest one free" offer. So, the cheapest was free.
Does that mean that the cheapest was free twice?
Or, was a proportion of a boot free, while two of the Lakeland items cost me and the third was free?
I know where the problem in this argument is, but I'd love to hear what you think!
Meanwhile, if you're of school age, don't forget to enter the new competition HERE; and if you're an oldy but know some keen reading/writing young readers, do send them over there. It's the perfect brainy task for a half-term break.