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I went to Home Bargains yesterday and I bought ....

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TwoAndTwoEqualsChaos Thu 26-Jun-14 19:48:49

I just wondered if anyone could guess as, IMO, it's both improbable and slightly unbelievable but I did buy it there, none-the-less....

TheThreeCheesesOfTheApocalypse Thu 26-Jun-14 19:51:38

Caviar ??

ExitPursuedByAKoalaBear Thu 26-Jun-14 19:52:34

Is that you?

Catsmamma Thu 26-Jun-14 19:52:37

a set of biscuit cutters, complete with letter press set to make biscuits with words on.

I bought mine two weeks ago. ;)

Fireman Sam figurines or a solar meerkat

BikeRunSki Thu 26-Jun-14 19:54:21

A cartwheel garden bench

YellowBellow Thu 26-Jun-14 19:57:14

Was it tesco? Did you buy tesco in Home Bargains?

Home bargains? < scratches chin>

Roger Federer tennis ensemble.
England 'Champions' stuff.

Have another go ??

SnoozyGiraffe Thu 26-Jun-14 20:01:43

Fake grass?

LangenFlugelHappleHoff Thu 26-Jun-14 20:02:06

<whispers> what's Home Bargains?

Coconutty Thu 26-Jun-14 20:02:32

A gold fish?

A giant Nicholas Cage sex toy blow up doll with a vibrating tongue and a nine inch cock

A girl can dream grin

Ohhelpohnoitsa Thu 26-Jun-14 20:04:45

A load of. England football paraphernalia for a penny!

Trills Thu 26-Jun-14 20:05:47

A faux vintage birdcage, which you've entwined with fake flowers and put in the corner of your dining room, where it will gather dust.

Shergar?

pissedglitter Thu 26-Jun-14 20:09:33

Frozen cocktails (they are good)

SnapeAndLily Thu 26-Jun-14 20:10:12

A small plum.

StoneTheFlamingCrows Thu 26-Jun-14 20:12:52

Some pom bears?

.. A mooncup?

I dunno.

The actual moon?

What is the catch? Is it not for your home? Or is it not a bargain?

SylvaniansKeepGettingHoovered Thu 26-Jun-14 20:15:07

A bargain for the home?

spaghettiarms1 Thu 26-Jun-14 20:15:31

A Christmas tree/lights etc ?

PinkSquash Thu 26-Jun-14 20:16:47

Pure gold?

Lemons?

A Cliff Richard tea towel?

Chanel No 5?

TwoAndTwoEqualsChaos Thu 26-Jun-14 20:18:52

Home Bargains is an amazing shop, selling known brands more cheaply (I once bought some Opie pickled lemons for 39p) and just other random stuff you never thought you needed but, apparently, do. It's a great place to find toys for a fiver for birthday presents (the reason I was there in the first place!) and is miscellaneous. I buy branded kitchen roll there very cheaply, some other brands like cereal bars for £1, not £2 or £2.50, cheap craft bits ....

What I also bought yesterday was ....

Letthemtalk Thu 26-Jun-14 20:19:53

A pony

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