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OS Chic Shopper club (ex Wally trolley) :)

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  • Curry_Queen
    Curry_Queen Posts: 5,589 Forumite
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    Love them?
    But where are the wheels??????? :rotfl:
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  • Nelski
    Nelski Posts: 15,197 Forumite
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    Have no idea what they are
    They would spoil the look darling!:rotfl:
  • Ticklemouse
    Ticklemouse Posts: 5,030 Forumite
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    Oooh yes - Chic Shopper - has such a ring to it, hasn't it daaaahlings :rotfl: Mind you, with our OS penchant for keeping chicken and cycling (OS travel :D) - maybe we ought to call them a "chick chopper" :rotfl:

    I only called it a wally trolley cos that's what I've seen them refered to on here before :D I think I might actually purchase one just so I can become that really strange mum in the playground. - you know, the one who uses vinegar and buys lots of stuff from the market :eek:

    Now - must see if they do one to match my Aldi moon boots :whistle:
  • moggins
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    Thanks for that, I nearly bought one today as our local market is moving miles away from a carpark. I'll wait until next week now :D
    Organised people are just too lazy to look for things

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  • squeaky
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    Since I use a walking stick I'm limited to what I can carry in one hand - especially since it will be an unbalanced load... and anyway, carrying bags for a half hour trip home usually cuts fingers to ribbons and makes shoulders ache.
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  • RacyRed
    RacyRed Posts: 4,930 Forumite
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    Nelski wrote:
    Now im not 100% sure if im on the right lines but does this count Racy

    lv1.jpg Well it would get a LOT of shopping in it:D ;)

    Nelski, Daaaahling, If one must do Louis Vuitton one must do it properly

    Try this....

    Annette.jpg A mere £955 :rotfl: Annette from the monogram mini women's luggage range :p

    CQ, tell DS that HE can carry the shopping home then icon10.gif

    TM I love the Chick Chopper idea:rotfl: And of course you can find one to match your Aldi moon boots icon6.gif

    Moggins and Squeaky, Go for it! You won't regret it icon10.gif
    My first reply was witty and intellectual but I lost it so you got this one instead :D
    Proud to be a chic shopper
    :cool:
  • Nelski
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    RacyRed wrote:
    Nelski, Daaaahling, If one must do Louis Vuitton one must do it properly

    Try this....

    Annette.jpg A mere £955 :rotfl: Annette from the monogram mini women's luggage range :p

    yeah but can you get shoes to match - huh huh - thats the big question
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  • Lillibet_2
    Lillibet_2 Posts: 3,364 Forumite
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    Oh my mum used to have one of these when I was younger (a wally trolley, not a LV suitcase unfortunately:rotfl:), by the time I reached 10 I was mortified to be seen with her pulling it & flatly refused to go out with her with it by the time I was 12:o Thankfully I have a pushchair with a HUGE basket so I don't need to eat humble pie just yet;) but when the time comes I hope I can at least get a funky one:p

    Will those who have subscribed be attaching their OS safety pin to the said wally trollies? Or is the car sticker a serious option:confused::rotfl:
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  • heatherw_01
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    I have never heard them called a wally trolley although I have no clue what they are called
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