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10-01-2021, 20:11   #1126
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R they nice. I love the red n black wine gums.
I like them apart from the black one's!
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10-01-2021, 20:12   #1127
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I had a look, it was more of a large tea towel than what Id describe as a fleece throw lol.



Heap of sh1te.
Wouldn’t cover half a small dog.
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I like them apart from the black one's!
Ha lol . Did u ever eat the Maynards sours? They are delicious
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The clue was in the measurements in the link
The size was small but bearable if you just wanted something to throw on the end of the bed or over your legs when sitting on the couch, its the material thats the problem, I have teatowels that are fluffier and more fleece-like.
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Ha lol . Did u ever eat the Maynards sours? They are delicious
Yes, I like them. Also have had the sour patch kids.

In certain countries you can get stoney patch kids.
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Milk pan reduced to 75c
they are tiny
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Milk pan reduced to 75c
they are tiny
Stuff like that is good to have some fun with kids. I have some novelty bread tins that I used recently to make some banana bread alongside a proper sized loaf. My 3.5 year old enjoyed it.
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13-01-2021, 19:31   #1133
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They are opening one of their biggest stores in Europe in Carrickmines Park, Dublin 18 in next 2 weeks, located in the old Mothercare shop.
Should do well as loads of free parking up there.
https://www.dublinlive.ie/whats-on/s...ropes-19614877
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They are opening one of their biggest stores in Europe in Carrickmines Park, Dublin 18 in next 2 weeks, located in the old Mothercare shop.
Should do well as loads of free parking up there.
https://www.dublinlive.ie/whats-on/s...ropes-19614877
Love the big stores! I used to go to the tiny Mr Price in Galway with my ex. It was horribly tiny and dark. Then they opened one near me in Letterkenny. Probably could have fit 20 of the Galway ones into it!

They'll probably be packed out for the first couple of weeks......and probably lose a load of stock to theft, but will make a fortune.
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24-01-2021, 08:17   #1135
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Has anyone heard any rumors that Dealz(Poundland) will close it's stores in ROI due to Brexit cost increases?
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Has anyone heard any rumors that Dealz(Poundland) will close it's stores in ROI due to Brexit cost increases?
Can’t see that happening at all, they just opened the biggest branch so far in Dublin I’m sure
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Could be similar for mr.price, shelves are quite empty.
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Could be similar for mr.price, shelves are quite empty.
Pretty sure Brexit is to blame there..

.. stuff coming from the UK is massively impacted.
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Deliveries everywhere are being impacted because of Brexit and the pandemic, I was in Lidl last week and food shelves were empty same in dealz this week
Amazon are estimating 3-4 week delivery times

Give it a few weeks and things will settle down and normal service will be resumed I’m sure
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Hope so, was in Lidl yesterday, shelves full to the brim, as was Aldi last Monday.
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