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Old 25-02-2013, 9:26 AM
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You can get this in toscofor 1.99 until 26/2........1.50 back on quidco.I shall be doing this a few times today and tomorrow Sorry pic is so big

I'm sure I saw a link to a 75p MOC somewhere (can't remember where)
I've got one in my e-mail inbox I haven't printed yet as it wants me to fill in all my details. Wonder if it's possible to get a couple of extra....
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:28 AM
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I'm sure I saw a link to a 75p MOC somewhere (can't remember where)
I've got one in my e-mail inbox I haven't printed yet as it wants me to fill in all my details. Wonder if it's possible to get a couple of extra....
That was my plan, but when filled in all details says offer has ended, so not worth giving up details for
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Thanks for this, realised there's 75p coupon on thread too, not claimed it before

EDIT: tried and coupon offer ended
Ah great minds, just noticed it's ended too. Oh well
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:33 AM
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Morning all

Liking some of the new TCB snappy offers
Shopping list being compiled for later

For now it's off to make cakes with DD. This could get messy

Have a good day all
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:36 AM
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Feeling a bit squashed this morning, all those hugs.

Thank you everyone, sorry to not personally thank each one of you but it really is lovely having you all here, some of you telling me your stories too.

Logie big hug to you to start the week.

And Marbett hope your mum is getting on ok.

Will chuck a few virtual hugs around for anyone else who needs one, hope you catch them.
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:38 AM
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You can get this in toscofor 1.99 until 26/2........1.50 back on quidco.I shall be doing this a few times today and tomorrow Sorry pic is so big



Remember to send a friend an email with the 75p voucher available on the MOC
thread, paying us to take it away
? It would be rude not to

Ignore that, I just sent a friend an email(my mum) got all the way through the process just to be told that the voucher offer was ended!
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:39 AM
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Good morning everyone, kids packed off to school, half term went so quick.

Need to go shopping today, but DS birthday Thursday, and parcels are due for delivery today, one between 10 and 11 and other between 12 and 1, typical, will have to be a early evening shop, may got some wombles in as never anything in a morning oh and I may also manage some whoopsies.

Talking of whoopsies, popped into Telford tosco yesterday and OMG, the people around the whoopsie area, grabbing and pushing, OH was just stood gawping at them, saying to me that they looked like vultures.
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:40 AM
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:42 AM
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Stubby I am shocked we dont all have cheap wine on tap
Didn't think anything shocked you.

I did miss you and DM last night, but claire and artha kept me company, they can stand the pace unlike Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum.
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:44 AM
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Won't be back until later so please shout loud if I am missing anything big.
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:46 AM
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Morning All

3 wombled Mr T receipts yesterday for 99.91, 92.67 and 40.68 - just awaiting PP returns before passing on any news.

Of those receipts I have a 99 point and 40 point collection

My best womble to date

Just hoping I get nice returns on the PP's
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:54 AM
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Feeling a bit squashed this morning, all those hugs.

Thank you everyone, sorry to not personally thank each one of you but it really is lovely having you all here, some of you telling me your stories too.

Logie big hug to you to start the week.

And Marbett hope your mum is getting on ok.

Will chuck a few virtual hugs around for anyone else who needs one, hope you catch them.

Tiny words do not seem enough at times like this but just to let you know how much you are in my thoughts more so because I have met you in RL and know what a lovely person you are.Take care of yourself and cherish the time you are spending with your dear Mum xxx
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:54 AM
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Kenco Millicano 75p off coupon has ended - just went through all the faff and it said "sorry this offer has ended"...never mind!

Anyway shopping list for today in A's to compare to T's

1 x 24 Jaffa Cakes
1 x Kenco Millicano 100g
2 x Bombay potatoes
1 x s&g sensitive
1 x s&g body responsive
1 x Kingsmill really seeded
1 x 4 pack cushelle(free)
1 x 4 pint milk own brand
1 x flump to be on the safe side

Cost around 11 - cashback 3 (1 jaffa cakes, 1.50 Kenco and 50p milk) and APG of around 6.40 ish... can anyone see any glaring errors please?
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:57 AM
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Aw Tinyshoes. There's nothing I can add to what so many have already written so beautifully here. But my thoughts are with you at this difficult and sad time.

Tinyshoes - I will be thinking of you and your mum pet.

Pain free is crucial and she is getting that - wonderful.

Here's a few things that we used to so for my mum - it probably made us feel as if we were doing something rather than nothing iyswim.

We had a little tub of vaseline that we used to rub on her lips to keep them moist when she was unable to drink

We put warm fluffy socks on her feet like the 50p M&S ones.

If your mum is able to look at magazines pictures then we had a cookbook stand that we used to put on the overbed table...like this one - she was then able to see photos etc without turning her head





We also got a little beaker(toddler one nottoo fast flowing) so that she could get sips of fluid.


Apologies if these are over the top suggestions but even if one of them is helpful..........
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Old 25-02-2013, 9:59 AM
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Morning all
Hope everyone is well.

Urgh I had to have words with the workmen this morning who are fitting my bathroom and decorating my hallway and landing. We have wonky tiles, cracked tiles, tiles cut too thin. The walls haven't been sanded down properly before they chucked the paint up. Surely it's not my job to tell then how to do theirs. It's proper grief

Tinyshoes - I really don't know what to add to what has already been written but I am thinking of you and hope your mum remains comfortable x

Right what shall I do today?? I can't sit in the house giving the workmen dirty looks all day
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Good morning everyone, kids packed off to school, half term went so quick.

Need to go shopping today, but DS birthday Thursday, and parcels are due for delivery today, one between 10 and 11 and other between 12 and 1, typical, will have to be a early evening shop, may got some wombles in as never anything in a morning oh and I may also manage some whoopsies.

Talking of whoopsies, popped into Telford tosco yesterday and OMG, the people around the whoopsie area, grabbing and pushing, OH was just stood gawping at them, saying to me that they looked like vultures.
That's exactly what my DH calls them, that or scavengers. My local Ts has even had to get security out once or twice as they can get quite heavy handed!
I don't even attempt to get the later whoopsies anymore as I'd rather keep all my limbs attatched, if I happen to catch them doing them at the wrong time I consider it a bonus.
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Old 25-02-2013, 10:06 AM
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Your ordered items
Item NameItem CodeQuantityPrice No7 Protect & Perfect Intense Body Serum Save 14.50 on No7 Protect and Perfect Intense body serum

3 for 2 mix & match across selected skincare, bodycare, No7, indulgent bathing, self tan & vitamins - cheapest free

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Catching up from the weekend, loving the Rugby trash talk

No more handwash glitches please
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Morning all
Hope everyone is well.

Urgh I had to have words with the workmen this morning who are fitting my bathroom and decorating my hallway and landing. We have wonky tiles, cracked tiles, tiles cut too thin. The walls haven't been sanded down properly before they chucked the paint up. Surely it's not my job to tell then how to do theirs. It's proper grief

Tinyshoes - I really don't know what to add to what has already been written but I am thinking of you and hope your mum remains comfortable x

Right what shall I do today?? I can't sit in the house giving the workmen dirty looks all day
my plumbers have arrived. Luckily they have been here before and they did a sterling job, so Im expecting the same again. Electricians this afternoon.....so I expect I'll be getting switched off at some point

keep an on your workmen stinky and don't accept anything less than a perfect job that your satisfied with!.....don't want to be seeing you on DIY SOS
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Old 25-02-2013, 10:11 AM
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Skipity skip skip......hope I haven't missed much

Morning everyone

Lovely day here, loads of blue sky
Something unexpected happened which made me smile and still continues to make me smile.
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