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edited 7 September 2017 at 1:15PM in Quick! Grabbit while you can
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  • rubytuesdayrubytuesday Forumite
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    Poundland Hoxton had very healthy perennials and loads of Olympic mascots and key ring pen sets etc.

    Also I noticed lots of card making and crafting stuff.
    Here dead we lie because we did not choose
    To live and shame the land from which we sprung.
    Life, to be sure, is nothing much to lose,
    But young men think it is,
    And we were young.
    A E Housman
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    LouLouLouLou Forumite
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    edited 3 August 2012 at 6:12PM
    As the first thing to go with any dinner set I have is the bowls, had a look in the Motherwell Poundland while out with my niece yesterday.

    They had nice, good depth, white and eggshell blue ones. Got some for me and sis. When I removed the sticker underneath it said "Martha Stewart Collection" (seems like it's only available in Macy's in the US). Didn't see any other matching items.

    Saw a Stila hair product in there too: http://www.stilacosmetics.com/product_detail.asp?PMID=355
  • Not sure if this has been posted before but our local pound land has Xbox 360 games. I managed to get PES2009 and crackdown. Not the latest games but happy for a £1 had a golfing one and another war type game in there too.
    There are only two things a child will share willingly - communicable diseases and their mother's real age
  • Found a 250ml bottle of Garnier Body Intensive 7 days in my local Poundland, in Boots & superdrug it's £2.99.
  • kentyykentyy Forumite
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    Wesker wrote: »
    Plenty of Stila at Westwood X ;)

    Didn't have any in Ramsgate, so thanks for this :beer:
  • uccalmsuccalms Forumite
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    Does anyone know if the Westwood X one has any Olympic items? Thanks.
  • Hemel Hempstead has the Stila items
  • Bromsgrove had some of the Stila lightening powder in 01 and some tinted moisturiser, which was darker

    I also got some Scholl blister plasters ( have paid a few £ more that this for them)
  • kitschkittykitschkitty Forumite
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    Not sure if this has been posted before but our local pound land has Xbox 360 games. I managed to get PES2009 and crackdown. Not the latest games but happy for a £1 had a golfing one and another war type game in there too.


    Typical - Portsmouth had nothing for xbox, had PS2 games instead - but we don't own a PS2!

    My mum found the Stila products, but they were all the dark shade.

    No Tinga Tinga toys, :( but they do have those Eggbodz if anyone is looking for those.

    I bought 5 galaxy cake bars - 2 for a quid - hubby can take them for lunch as they are individually wrapped.
    A waist is a terrible thing to mind.
  • No_FutureNo_Future Forumite
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    - Stila powder (dark shade e) + sponge applicator
    - Stila empty compacts
    - Stila tinted moisturiser (dark)
    - Revlon nail polish (baby shimmery blue, coral, yellow, nude, v dark blue)
    - Hello Kitty childrens socks
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