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Gas is 2.76,just paid 4.26 for milk,2.19 for eggs,and 2.54 for bread ;)

1 gallon 93 octane gas= $2.75 regular about $2.55 1/2 gallon of milk= $3.19 dozen eggsabout $2.00 loaf of Pepperidge Farm or Arnold bread$2.50 I only know the prices of the stuff I buy.

Gas $2.79 Milk $4.29 Eggs $1.20 Bread $1.70

Gas: $2.72/gal Milk: $2.99 Eggs: $1.79 Bread: $2ish dollars

middle tennessee gas 2.62 gallon milk 5.35 gallon eggs 2.15 doz. bread 2.35 loaf

From Franklin, Ky. at WalMart. Gasoline, 2.41 a gallon Milk 2.89 a gallon with no tax Eggs 1.25 for a large dozen Bread...the cheapest is .54 cents a loaf No tax on food. Anyone care to move to Franklin??

Westlake Ohio, GasLow $2.51...High$3.29 Milk $2.99, on sale $2.49 Dozen large eggs $1.39 on sale .99 cents... White bread 16oz $1.39 Store brand $.99 cents

Northern California: Gas is 3.27 a gallon for Regular Unleaded. Milk is about 2.69 a gallon, without tax. A dozen eggs is probably about 1.50 And the cheapest loaf of bread you can get is .99

Gasoline  sold in liters, not gallons  $0.98 milk  not sold in gallons  approx $4.49 for 4 liters eggs  cheapest is $2.39 per dozen, more for organics, Omega 3's, browns eggs, etc. loaf of bread  depending on brand $1.59 $2.49 per 650 gr. loaf all prices in Canadian dollars

Bloomington, IL. gas $2.97 a gallon, gallon of milk $3.89, dozen eggs $1.99, loaf of bread 2 for 1 $1.79. Good question!

Adelaide, South Australia: 1 Gallon Unleaded: US$3.86 1 Gallon Milk: US$5.79 1 Dozen Eggs: US$3 Loaf of bread: US$2.50

Harrisburg, PA. $2.79 Gas, $4.07 Milk, $1.33 Eggs, anywhere from .99 cents to $2.69 for bread around here.

Gas $2.45 Gallon of Milk $3.50 Eggs $1 Bread $1.50

In Dollars 1 gallon of unleaded gas is 2.78 A gallon of milk is 4.19, a dozen eggs is 1.49 & a loaf of bread is 1.29 although Publix swlls their own brand for .99.

Here is the dirt. 1 liter of gas is now 139 yen so about $4.80 a gallon. 1 liter of milk is about 190 yen so about $6.60 a gallon. 10 large eggs are 230 yen so 276 yen per dozen and that would be $2.40. A loaf of bread if it were 16 slices would be 260 yen (130 for a pack of 8 slices) so a loaf would be about $2.26. Calculated at 115 yen per 1 US dollar.

gallon of gas2.89 gallon of 2% milk 3.79 or 2 for 6 where I work 1 doz. eggs  1.00 loaf of bread 1.79

Rural New England: Gallon of Gasoline: (Regular) 2.65; (Super) 2.99 Gallon of skim milk: 3.19 1 dozen eggs: 1.29 Loaf of Bread: (White) 0.99; (Whole Wheat): $1.79

Southeast Georgia Gallon gasoline$2.74, gallon milk$3.19, dozen eggs$1.39 large, loaf of bread from $1.59 whole wheat.

Springfield Illinois gas 2.85 milk 2.45 eggs 1.19 bread 1.40

You pigdog americans should happy be with price of gas, in country we pay 3 lbs. per LITER of petrollium. One gallon milk costs three spoonfulls of pixie dust, and loaf of bread costs jar full of Jamaican Jerk sauce. Ð¿Ð¾ÑˆÐµÐ» Ð½Ð° Ñ…ÑƒÐ¹!
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