Shopping Around The World


Hi (furry)furriends,

I hardly have finished my dinner yet,

but I have to do some shopping,

for my furriends Bacon and Fozzie

so that we can compare the prices

from all over the world.

I’ve seen that my furriends Roxy and Tigerlino

already have finished their blog,

so that means that I am really late again…

as usual 😀


So, no more talking…


but let’s hit the road…


very carefully…easy does it…


 and I’ll be back in a minute…


Here we are….


 Little twofeet-sister has helped me

as you see…


And here are the results of the Dutch jury

the prices from the Netherlands:

Price of cable services for one month – what do you get for that price? Euro 27,25 =  Am.Dollar 37.10.

Let’s see, we have about 131 HD televison programs…and when we watch, we watch maybe about 4…MOL… 😀

A 12 ounce box (360 grams) of Cornflakes – we only found a box of 375 grams of Euro 1,55 = Am.Dollar 2.11. We don’t eat this. Granny doesn’t eat gluten and Grandpa eats only organic cruesli, and I eat only the fishy types.

– A 15 ounce package (432 grams) of Oreos or other cream filled cookies – 246 grams of Oreo cost Euro 2,15 = Am.Dollar 2.93. Granny tasted this once, just to know why effurrybody likes it, but she never bought it again 😀

A 7 ounce bag (225 grams) of Lay’s potato chips. – Euro 1,26 = Dollar 1.72. This is Grandpa’s favorite too 🙂

– 1 pound of real butter.- Euro 3,70 = Dollar 5.04. We buy only organic butter mostly in another shop, where it cost Euro 2,90 = Am.Dollar 3.95, so that’s much cheaper.

A 6 ounce can of peanuts. – I didn’t find 6 ounces of peanuts, but 235 g unsalted peanuts for Euro 1,07 = Am.Dollar 1,46.


I have to go now,

little two-feet broke Granny’s duck,

so I have to fix it, before she notice 😉

– P A W K I S S E S –

42 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. philosophermouseofthehedge
    Jun 29, 2014 @ 23:02:12

    The perfect chair for chatting. Enjoyed the shopping comparisons.
    It’s just before summer holiday of July 4th, so there are sales on picnic foods.
    Lay’s Potato chips that size are about $2.00 US. A 16oz jar of peanuts are on special for $3.00 this week. Oreo Cookies are listed at $2.98 on special.
    If the weather is good, we are going to a farm to pick produce on Wed. Tomatoes are waiting!
    We shall be careful going down the road – you, too Little Binky!


    • angelswhisper2011
      Jun 30, 2014 @ 09:25:29

      Thank you so much for your input Philmouse. Sales are good, we always watch and buy were it’s cheapest. Farm tomatoes are delicious. We have such kind of shop too and effurrything is fresh and cheaper than in a shop and a much greater choice too. Don’t worry, Philmouse, mostly I stay at the right side of the street, but for this occasion I crossed it 😉 Pawkisses 🙂


  2. jesusmyjoy
    Jun 29, 2014 @ 13:10:32



  3. Marg
    Jun 27, 2014 @ 00:46:52

    That was a great shopping trip. Thanks for all the comparisons in prices. Interesting in the differences. Hope you have a good evening or day. Take care.


  4. Flynn
    Jun 26, 2014 @ 23:33:20

    It is interesting to see the price of food in different countries. Your prices look very similar to ours.


  5. Timmy Tomcat
    Jun 26, 2014 @ 22:54:31

    Hi LilBinkie
    Wow some of those prices are good. Butter is expensive compared to here
    You dont want to know what Dad pays for Cable and all. He is getting ready to chuck it.


    • angelswhisper2011
      Jul 02, 2014 @ 11:28:51

      Oh my, that must be the most expensive cable subscription of all…I’m curious, Timmy, we like to know…tell me before he chucks it 😉 Extra pawkisses for your input 🙂


  6. mollieandalfie
    Jun 26, 2014 @ 22:20:38

    Wez not blogging, youz not seen uz but we juzt say’z we Lub;z you xxxxxx

    Mollie and Alfie


  7. fozziemum
    Jun 26, 2014 @ 15:52:19

    Oh Little Binky we found you in our spam box!! but here we are hahaaha 🙂 what a great shop you did i am amazed that your organic butter is cheaper than your regular butter …here everything organic costs more!! and gluten free is far from free in price…anyone with Coeliacs pays a whole lot for gluten free…thanks for joining our shopping trip Bravo on the pics loved them…hope ducky is ok 🙂 hugs and loves Fozziemum xx


    • angelswhisper2011
      Jun 26, 2014 @ 17:35:49

      Thanks for fishing us out of the Spam box and commenting, Fozziemum, whilst you having trouble with your eyes. I’ll give you an extra pawkiss for that later 😉 Usually butter and organic food is more expensive in Holland too, but Granny has become a bargain-hunter, so she finds where it is the cheapest. There is so much request on organic and gluten free food, that there’s almost no difference between the prices of normal food and organic food anymore, at least not so much anymore. We have so much fun doing this post and reading all the other ones, that we’re looking forward to the next shopping. Extra Pawkisses ❤ Btw Grandpa and I have glued the parts together, so ducky is standing in the garden as if nothing ever happened 😉


      • fozziemum
        Jun 27, 2014 @ 12:35:46

        Hahaahha so glad ducky is a ok 🙂 and go granny! bargains are great…we still have a big difference between organic and non organic least the quality has improved as it used to be very bad food being sold as organic simply because organic was seen as being a lesser certifications are in the goods are better..still dearer but getting there :)hugs and loves Fozziemum xx ❤ ❤


  8. bulldog
    Jun 26, 2014 @ 03:44:07

    Like Col I don’t like to convert to our currency…


  9. dezizworld
    Jun 26, 2014 @ 02:27:38

    Wow what fun yous had shoppin’. Luv it and luv da fotos.

    Luv ya’



  10. colonialist
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 22:15:34

    Translating those prices to our depressed currency fills me with gloom …
    Butter on pawsies is ever so good at introducing cats to a new home. We’re going to need it. (Hey, it is NOT an old wives’ tale – it works!)


  11. thecontentedcrafter
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 21:55:00

    That was interesting! We don’t eat any of the food mentioned except the real organic butter – which costs about double here, despite this being the country known for producing such things! I remember many years ago when I went to live in the UK discovering that prices there were pretty much the same in terms of pound for dollar, despite the fact that a dollar only bought 33 pence. I suspect the real comparison lies in what your money is worth in another currency. 🙂


    • angelswhisper2011
      Jun 26, 2014 @ 18:12:02

      I guess that’s right, Pauline, but also we can’t compare the Euro anymore with our Dutch Gulden, since it has changed into Euros. We now have half of what we had, so better no comparison anymore…sigh.. Butter is expensive here too, but Granny knows where she can buy it cheaper, she has become a bargain-hunter since she only eats organic and gluten free 😀 Thanks for your input. Pawkisses and one extra for Orlando and one for the baby ❤


  12. databbiesotrouttowne
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 20:56:40

    binky…BUTTER !!!!! now yur talkin 🙂 ♥♥

    butter lover boomer o cat =^..^=


  13. purrfectkitties
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 20:10:55

    Hey cute Little Binky, we LOVE your shopping bag! Oh, and you’ve even got a little two-feet helper! How cool is that!! 😀

    Your prices are quite similar to our ones! 🙂

    Have a PURRFECT time, sweetie! 🙂 xx Roxy & Tigerlino ❤ ❤ ❤


  14. PigLove
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 19:56:28

    aaww thanks little Binky for participating. Aren’t these prices so interesting from all over the world?! Cable prices are killing me – so much for so little – snorts. XOXO – Bacon


  15. draliman
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 19:20:01

    Your trip to the shops sounds like quite an adventure! Good luck fixing the duck 🙂


    • angelswhisper2011
      Jun 26, 2014 @ 20:37:03

      It’s always very exciting, Draliman, especially when little two-feet help…to break effurrything. Duck has been fixed, but then she broke the cute little pussycat in the trolley and that one fell into a thousand pieces..sigh… 😀 Pawkisses 🙂


  16. Athina
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 19:04:08

    A very interesting post Binky, now I’ll compare & contrast prices next time I go to the supermarket here, just out of plain curiosity! Pawkisses to you & Granny 😀


  17. Animalcouriers
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 17:55:30

    Oh Little Binky – you are the cutest shopper we’ve ever met 😀


  18. thehappyhugger
    Jun 25, 2014 @ 17:49:37

    Very interesting, Binky. ❤


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