This makes me think about the two photos tweeted several months apart of the wall of pasta and oats and cereal jars in Jack's kitchen all at the same level eg untouched - possibly in favour of the Ocado deliveries. So more of a long-term decorative investment than for immediate consumption.I’m baffled by what her VBI is meant to achieve too.
Isn’t the VB theory to do with longer-lasting goods and not tinned spaghetti hoops? I thought that was the whole point of the ‘boots’ part - if I have the money I can buy a good-quality pair of boots at £100 and they’ll last me 2 years, but if I don’t have that much all at once I’ll have to buy a cheap pair for £25 but they’ll only last me 3 months (so over the 2 years I’ll have spent £200 on boots).
So can someone explain to me how that is in any way related to scribbling the price of spaghetti hoops on a scrappy bit of notepaper?!