They want it all, they want it now.
Not content with putting local clothing, hardware, delicatessen, booksellers, furniture, stationers and electrical goods shops out of business, Tesco are going into the legal trade I hear.
Soon you will be able to pop down the supermarket and grab a quickie divorce with your beer and beans, eggs, butter, bread and toothpaste.
Easy divorces are already available online for £65 so it was obvious the supermarkets would soon be muscling in.
Its high time the divorce industry was opened up, lawyers have been profiteering for too long thanks to their monopoly position. But is it the thin end of the wedge.
If the supermarkets expansionism continues what else will they offer. Speed dating services, bargain marriages, cut price geriatric care, bargain brothels for commitmentphobes?