City analysts have suggested that "it's only a matter of time" until High Street stores such as Tesco sell foreign government debt next to cheap baked beans. With the price of Greek 10 year bonds steadily declining, and currently at a level where they are effectively buy-one-get-one-half-price, it won't be long before BOGOF pricing can be factored into the sales model.
An un-named analyst at a City investment bank said "if we can get the term BOGOF involved we'll be able to dump all our Greek shit onto Tesco customers, and they're already on benefits so no one loses except them. We'll be looking at getting rid of the rest of the PIGS as their pricing deteriotes. The ultimate sales channel would be Bid-TV because we'll be able to cream an extra £10.50 per sale for P&P".