Spudnik wrote: »
You could have a look in your local Sainsburys to see if they stock Tim Tams. I've heard that they sell them, but not all stores keep them in. They're a very popular chocolate biscuit in Australia!
Kandipandi wrote: »
Please leave it - Im gonna crack this photobucket if it kills me - might take a while but i will do it!!!:mad:
cookiedough38 wrote: »
tim tams in england! oh my god! i need them
junior_j wrote: »
I am hoping to get the towel from woolies that was mentioned! if thats a £1.00 then i can get £1.00 bubble bath , 50p sponge , £4.00 pajammas and if i can afford it a family of ducks from the £1 shop !
so thats £7.50 and the storage basket wont be more then £2.00 so under a tenner woohoo
junior_j wrote: »
I think this thread will be like 10 pages long by tonight lol!
My brothers one will have a movie kind of theme to it i think! Maybe bag of popcorn , bag of marshmellows , dvd and bottle of coke or some thing? then line the basket with a nice t shirt and novelty pair of socks!
Now here is a question
My Godsons 6 year old have SERVER autism , doesnt speak and is still in nappies and attends a special school..
What do i get him , he has a ton of clothes , and people always buy him clothes for xmas/birthdays.. he gets toys but throws them and doesnt really play with them..
So i thought maybe a bath hamper (he loves baths)
Novelty charecter bubble bath (£2.00 max)
Novelty charecter flannel (£1.00 max)
If i can get a small cheap towel for under £3.00 he can have that..
Pair of jammas for under £4.00
Cheap pair of slippers £2.00
So thats £12.00 max but i didnt really spend that much , is there any way i can get some cheaper things but make the basket just as nice!
I dont want to spend more then £8.00 (well i do want to spend more but i CANT)
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