I am Edward Smith, captain of the Titanic, staring down the wheel at a colossal iceberg emerging on the horizon. I am Harry and Ron, wobbling in the air, trying to steer that flying car they stole in Chamber of Secrets and bewilderingly never really got in trouble for (no, a letter from Ron’s mum does not count as appropriate punishment for theft and reckless driving). I am the pilot of the ‘Snakes on a Plane’ plane, panicking, losing control, hoping, praying, dreaming that Samuel L. Jackson will rescue me.
I have – full disclosure – just flown the £49.99 drone I bought from Aldi into a 15-metre high Scottish pine tree, and it is now very, very – say it with me – very stuck.
“I have – full disclosure – just flown the £49.99 drone I bought from Aldi into a 15-metre high Scottish pine tree”
But more on that later. Let’s get on with the review.
Famously, you can now buy anything in existence from Lidl and Aldi. We recently bought a two man canoe from Lidl and have been happily sailing the seven seas (canals) ever since.
Aldi sell more sports gear on the whole though. For example you can buy a full ski outfit from Aldi for £58.94, which is frankly scandalous, and they even do wetsuits for surfing now as well.