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shaun
11-11-2010, 10:05 PM
I am heading to Glasgow on Saturday taking the train main shop am looking for will be primark just wondering does anybody know which train station in glasgow i get off queen street or glasgow central any help please.

Cheers

Antifa Hibs
12-11-2010, 12:01 AM
Primark on a Saturday when Hibs are home? :dizzy:

Get the train to Queen Street, get off and walk down the stairs that are next to Burger King, walk straight on and you'll see it on the left hand hand side, down near Argyll Street.


For the record I never have and never will shop at Primark. I just know where it is :agree::greengrin

.Sean.
12-11-2010, 04:03 PM
Is Primark good? What does it stock?


Heard folk talk of it though i've never actually set foot in one...

Hermit Crab
12-11-2010, 06:14 PM
Is Primark good? What does it stock?


Heard folk talk of it though i've never actually set foot in one...


Is that not where burds go mate. Cheap and chearful clothing. Instead go to Livingston for half price Lacoste gear from the designer outlet in McCarthur Glen :top marks

fat freddy
12-11-2010, 06:37 PM
primart is a poor mans 'iris fashions'....personally i get all my uber chique in the fashion emporiums of great junction street..

DH1875
12-11-2010, 07:10 PM
I am heading to Glasgow on Saturday taking the train main shop am looking for will be primark just wondering does anybody know which train station in glasgow i get off queen street or glasgow central any help please.

Cheers


I can't believe your posting on here asking about primark :faf:. Is it the Mrs birthday or summit.
Not to worry which station you get off cause theres TWO of them. One on argyle st and one on sauchiehall st. Sure if you get lost a freindly ned will point you in the right direction.

Pretty Boy
12-11-2010, 10:58 PM
I was always told 'if you buy cheap, you buy twice'.

That sums up why i wouldn't shop in Primark.

Each to their own though.

Lucius Apuleius
13-11-2010, 07:56 AM
These shops filled a market void in my opinion when What Every Women Wants disappeared off our high streets. Definitely serve a purpose but definitely not for me. Bearing in mind that the Stirling one is next to one of these pound shops it is a part of the Thistle Centre I would avoid if Waterstones was not next door.:wink:

Betty Boop
13-11-2010, 09:25 AM
These shops filled a market void in my opinion when What Every Women Wants disappeared off our high streets. Definitely serve a purpose but definitely not for me. Bearing in mind that the Stirling one is next to one of these pound shops it is a part of the Thistle Centre I would avoid if Waterstones was not next door.:wink:

Yip, not everyone can afford overpriced designer labels. :greengrin

Phil D. Rolls
13-11-2010, 09:58 AM
I am heading to Glasgow on Saturday taking the train main shop am looking for will be primark just wondering does anybody know which train station in glasgow i get off queen street or glasgow central any help please.

Cheers

Get off at the last stop.

Phil D. Rolls
13-11-2010, 10:00 AM
I was always told 'if you buy cheap, you buy twice'.

That sums up why i wouldn't shop in Primark.

Each to their own though.

Some people have no choice. :boo hoo:

Thatcher's yer real enemy!

The_Todd
14-11-2010, 08:35 PM
If you're a bloke then forget Primark, especially the Weegie one. Menswear consists of a small corner upstairs with about two rails and two shelves - utter cack. There's no point wasting a train fare to go there.

degenerated
15-11-2010, 06:59 PM
Is Primark good? What does it stock?


Heard folk talk of it though i've never actually set foot in one...

yer best staying away, they get the audiences for jeremy kyle shows by firing tranquiliser darts into primark :devil: