Lovely things that make you happy and cost a fiver or less

(108 Posts)

Bought an enormous bunch of daffs in M&S yesterday for £3 and am smiling every time I see them.

Twinings Earl grey costs less than a fiver for a big box.

A cup of coffee and a muffin in Starbucks.

3 books for a pound in our local charity shop.

What else? Inspire me please! smile

aJumpedUpPantryBoy Sun 31-Mar-13 15:47:41

Lindt chocolate with caramel and sea salt

Bunch of tulips.

Lush solid shampoo which leaves my hair gleaming

Fresh Chelsea bun from the local bakery

Bird feeder outside my window covered in goldfinches (technically costs more than 5 cos I have to refill it)

CaulkheadUpNorth Sun 31-Mar-13 15:51:05

Tiger bread/ciabatta and lurpak

Good coffee

Dove soap

Books (from charity shop/library)

seeds which grow

sending and recieving postcards (not sure how much stamps are, but i think its less than £5)

nail varnish

lucysmam Sun 31-Mar-13 15:51:41

random kitchen gadgety stuff from quid shop (like my new spud peeler that catches the peelings) some might be utter shite but i enjoy trying them out smile.

my fishes (technically as a whole it cost hundreds to put together but a new fish -or three- on the rare occasion i buy them costs less than a fiver)

galaxy caramel smile

Oh yes to Lindt sea salt and the caramel salt one is brilliant too.

And tiger bread and Lurpak is a genius suggestion!

Selks Sun 31-Mar-13 15:53:28

A new bottle of Geranium essential oil (usually around three quid). Smells gorgeous with a few drops on a tissue on the radiator. Or Grapefruit oil depending on mood.

CardinalRichelieu Sun 31-Mar-13 16:00:16

A bath
Jam doughnut
Detective novel/historical tack from charity shop
Painting my nails
Watching Merlin on iplayer blush
Private Eye

Toasttoppers Sun 31-Mar-13 16:01:05

Family size bag of sweet chilli sensations crisps

Startail Sun 31-Mar-13 16:01:23

A bottle of cold coke on a hot day. Especially on the train or in the car going home.

A good cup of black coffee on the 99% of British days that are not hot.

Notafoodbabyanymore Sun 31-Mar-13 16:02:36

I love this thread - it's making me smile!

landofsoapandglory Sun 31-Mar-13 16:05:42

My hamster, he was only £4.95. He is so lovely, he makes a little nest out of my hair and goes to sleep on my shoulder.

Lots of my kindle books.

Balls of wool to knit with.

Sitting in my friend's cosy kitchen with a cup of coffee and some homemade cakes having a good chat.

A warm shower and slipping into pyjamas before snuggeling up on the sofa under a blanket with a good book.

A jar of nutella and a teaspoon blush

Brand new woollen kneesocks (not the height of fashion but oh so soft and cosy)

A bottle of Gallo White Zinfandel wine (only under a fiver when on offer though, but when it is on offer it makes me extra happy)

A bunch of daffs or tulips - guaranteed to make me smile for days smile

Even better than a jar of Nutella and a teaspoon - a jar of Nutella and a packet of Digestives to dip in it! smile

FarleyD Sun 31-Mar-13 16:12:00

A walk in the country.

Watching the sea on a stormy day.

Getting into a clean bed, after a shower, with a cup of tea, some chocolate and a good book.

Bag of Maltesers.

Looking at a picture of George, the best cat ever, who sadly died when he was only eight months old sad. Dd got me one of those big canvas pictures of him, and although it makes me sad, it also makes me really happy and I'm forever sighing over it and saying "oh, he was so cute".

BikeRunSki Sun 31-Mar-13 16:15:03

A swim with my 4 yo
Discounted bottle of wine
Train to Sheffield + whatever free exhibition is on.
Soya hot choc and a sit down in Starbucks
Parking next to work, rather walking a mile from closest free street parking
Sushi takeaway
Buying lunch instead of making a pack up at 6am or 11pm
New socks!
Another vote for second hand paperbacks

EllaFitzgerald Sun 31-Mar-13 16:32:44

A big bottle of radox in a lovely hot bath
Hot buttered toast
A bag of chips with lots of salt & vinegar
Reading the Sunday papers in bed
A glass of something cold in a pub garden in the summer
A round of crazy golf
Having a picnic in the park with DH
Babysitting our nieces

Doyouthinktheysaurus Sun 31-Mar-13 16:36:37

A new ball of merino wool. Only works if you are a knitter or crocheter though!
The Easter Egg trail we did today at Sheffield Park Gardens (already NT members)
A run or walk on the South Downs.
Kindle book.

lottieandmia Sun 31-Mar-13 16:37:08

Great thread

one of those large pretzels covered in salt or cheese
skinny hot chocolate in Starbucks

A picnic is a good idea. Would you do that even when it's cold outside?

dopeysheep Sun 31-Mar-13 16:38:54

Punnet of raspberries.
Yoghurt covered apricots.
Fluffy socks.

Love the hamster! Although don't they wee all the time? A continuous dribble I was told.

Once upon a time I would have said a pack.of ten Marlboro menthols but not any more.


Is a bottle of Badedas less than a fiver nowadays? That always feels like a treat.

10 cigs

Cheap £5 bottle of wine

Huge bar of chocolate and a bag of Tangfastics.

SPsFanjo, always keeping it classy

Mellygrump Sun 31-Mar-13 16:42:12

Great idea. Yes yes to fresh flowers, clean bedding and pyjamas and a good trashy novel!
I 'd add a new conditioner for my hair (always in the hope it will end up glossy!) coffee and cake in the local garden centre and clearing all the rubbish / notices / drawings off the fridge and notice board - that makes me feel calm and in control ( for about a day!).

Ooooh yes, I love Badedas. Did want to put it but have only found the large bottle for over £10 in our local shops so did not think it would count as it is definately over £5!!

ENormaSnob Sun 31-Mar-13 16:43:28

A big mac meal with a milkshake blush

Half price bottle of red wine

Punnet of strawberries and tub of cream

A pineapple

Gingerbread or eggnog latte

Dh cooking me a curry

A magazine with a decent freebie

Banoffee pie - never actually had this but fancied it for about 3 days now!!

EllaFitzgerald Sun 31-Mar-13 16:43:30

Remus - Definitely. We just swap sandwiches and cold drinks on the grass for hot sausage rolls and hot chocolate snuggled up on a park bench.

Just looked and a little bottle is around £6 but the shower gel is only a couple of pounds.

Aww Ella - that sounds lovely! How do you keep your sausage rolls hot?

A call 'home' - to family living overseas
It is a very ccold heart that doesn't cheer up at the sight of some daffs in bloom or some bulbs making tneir way out of the winter gloom
My kids in their cartoon onsies!
DH coming home early in time for doing the bedtime routine
A big bar of good chocolate

MakeNoResolutions Sun 31-Mar-13 16:48:38

A latte and a huge slice of cake at our favourite cafe
Walking to said cafe and then strolling home again
Having my car washed
A game of Scrabble
A huge ongoing nearly impossible jigsaw set up on the dining table, bought from the charity shop

EMUZ Sun 31-Mar-13 16:48:51

A Lush bath bomb
A new eyeshadow/nail varnish/lip balm
Painting my nails
A glossy mag and a cup of tea
Cake grin
Hotel chocolat caramel puddles
New song from iTunes
Clean ironed bedding
Only counts if you have a juicer I guess but juicing all the left over veg/fruit - I have in my glass carrot, spinach, apple, ginger, lime and cucumber

LaFataTurchina Sun 31-Mar-13 16:52:15

The giant cinnamon pretzels at Victoria station.
A cheapie bunch of flowers to put on the mantlepiece.
nice new lip balm.
a new episode of The Big Bang Theory.

OrchidLass Sun 31-Mar-13 16:55:39

A really nice strong cup of Yorkshire tea.
Lemon meringue Krispy Kreme doughnut.
Sitting under the tree in the garden in the summer reading and watching the DCs play.
Movie night at home with DH and DCs.
Looking through old photos.
Freshly baked ginger cookies.

jenduck Sun 31-Mar-13 16:56:20

New clothes for me or Dh or dcs from car boot sale (can usually get something for 50p)

Watching a programme I have recorded once kids are in bed.

A stint on the exercise bike.

A cuddle from the cat on my lap.

Sex wink

crazynanna Sun 31-Mar-13 16:59:08

1 x Margarita smile

YES to a Margarita - why didn't I think of that? smile

comfysofas Sun 31-Mar-13 17:01:07

Hot bath
Clean sheets
Good book
Waking the dog
reading in a quiet house snuggling the dog next to a coal fire
A noisy happy house full of people
the summer hmm

the winter

Loving this thread

A glass of wine with a friend setting the world to rights.
A cup of tea in my garden (hot or cold weather I don't care).
Grooming my cat and hearing her purr.
Cheap bunch of flowers.

Have thought of a couple more -

- a perfectly ripe mango
- a coffee in Pret (only 99p) and a magazine
- an hour scrapbooking pictures from magazines
- re-reading a childhood favourite in the bath
- a dance around the kitchen to This Charming Man

Mrsrobertduvall Sun 31-Mar-13 17:04:18

A nice coffee and my book on my own.

PistachioTruffle Sun 31-Mar-13 17:06:20

Coffee and cake - normally a skinny vanilla latte with a slice of whatever takes my fancy
A frothy film downloaded from iTunes
A lush bubble bar - amandopondo is my favourite
A thick, glossy magazine - preferably with freebie
Little somethings from Accessorize or the like - pair of earrings, nail polish
Ebay bargains

Yes to second hand books too - I love diving into local charity shops and getting a handful of paperbacks for a fiver

Iheartcows Sun 31-Mar-13 17:06:43

Big bar of dairy milk with crunchie or big bag of giant buttons or big bag of twirl bites with a big glass of milk.

My £1 bunch of daffs from Tesco

Chicken, chorizo and chipotle mayo sandwich with sweet chilli walkers crisps and can of coke meal deal from Tesco £3. Add a trashy mag or 2 and I'm a happy bunny on a Friday afternoon.

Honey and chocolate smelly glade candle.

The lovely silver ballet pumps I got in the Tesco sale for £3

(I shop at Tesco way too much)

BestIsWest Sun 31-Mar-13 17:07:28

Coming home from work in daylight
Bunch of Daffs
Feet Heet Keeper socks
M&S Rose deodorant.
Free books on kindle.
Half a Coconut macaroon warm from the oven(just given to me by DH)

MooMooSkit Sun 31-Mar-13 17:07:53

Cold bottle of magners on ice in a beer garden on a hot summers day.

A good quickie grin

Bacon and egg mcmuffin meal

Eggnog latte on a cold day

Ten fags and a paper in the garden on a hot day

propertyNIGHTmareBEFOREXMAS Sun 31-Mar-13 17:09:04

Nespresso coffee capsules.

Hagen Daz ice cream

Four pack of Budweiser or Cobra.

Willdoitinaminute Sun 31-Mar-13 17:12:00

Yes to perfectly ripe mango had one last night and one still sitting in fridge for tonight. Only cost £2 for 2.

MakeNoResolutions Sun 31-Mar-13 17:14:04

A G&T with lots of ice - nearly all gone now though!

whatkungfuthat Sun 31-Mar-13 17:15:23

Pinot Grigio if its on a special offer
Shredded crispy beef with chilli
A paperback esp. Jack Reacher
Some amazon MP2 albums are less than a fiver

diamondee Sun 31-Mar-13 17:25:02

A bacon roll, mug of strong white coffee and a magazine in a cafe when I'm meant to be at college. I don't do it often but the time out is bliss

OhWouldYouJust Sun 31-Mar-13 17:34:46

Olive oil and brown sugar. Mix together and you have a lovely cheap body scrub and beautifully soft skin.

McDonalds caramel sundae.

Aldi dark chocolate with hazelnuts.

Coconut oil for my hair.

Lavender oil, little goes a long way and its a life saver on inflamed skin or in my case body piercings wink

racingheart Sun 31-Mar-13 17:46:06

Great thread.

£1.50 for three bags of bird seed from local NT property. DC and I feed the white doves by hand, standing at the lakeside as the sun goes down. Nothing happier than having a white dove fly down onto your arm and feed from your hand.

65p for bread mix that scents the whole house when you bake.

Sale price kids' clothes in H&M in brilliant colours. Gave the DC money to buy new outfits for spring yesterday. All the brilliant coloured skinny jeans and polo shirts were under a fiver. They've been charging round the garden with their cousins today and they look so colourful. Great change after years of boys' clothes being grey or beige.

Packets of seeds to plant, from 50p for poppies up to broad beans and runners.

Great big hardback A4 spiral bound notebooks covered in jewel- coloured embroidered Chinese silk at Tiger for about £2-3.

Poundstore giant canvases, fluffy bedsocks and artists' brushes.

And yes to big bunches of daffodils.

iZombie Sun 31-Mar-13 17:51:20

Coffee and a book (usually procured from a charity shop) of a Saturday. It's my me time, if the toddler cooperates and does sleepinggrin

Bread mix is a brilliant suggestion - and love the description of the colourful children too. smile

smileymam Sun 31-Mar-13 18:51:36

A sherbert dip dab 25p

Going in the sea when theres big waves

Fresh flowers

Having an early morning cuppa out the garden in the summer

KurriKurri Sun 31-Mar-13 18:54:41

Well I spent just under £5.oo in a red cross shop yesterday and got, - a pair of burnt orange jeans, a piece of tartan fabric I'm going to make a purse with, a piece of yellowy brown velvet upholstery fabric I'm going to make a cushion cover with, a book called 'colour on paper and fabric', and a pair of knitting needles.

Also for under five pounds (although this was different £5 fromt he charity shop one grin) DH and I had a coffee and huge slice of home made cake each in a cafe.

Another under a fiver pleasure - my friend and I go to a place called 'scraps' which is run by a guy who sells on bits of fabric, wood, papers, wool. weird bits and bobs etc. - very cheaply, and if you are arty/crafty it is heaven. She rang me this morning and said 'are you up for 'scraps' on Wednesday?'.

I am so happy smile

Oh and I'd add a long natter on the phone with a friend on a Sunday morning while sitting in bed with the electric blanket on drinking tea, as a cheap yet priceless pleasure smile

LaQueen Sun 31-Mar-13 19:12:48

Downloading a good book to my Kindle

Pair of DKNY grey cashmere socks, only £4.99 from TK Maxx

Little retro style tin of Vaseline lip balm in Aloe Vera, smells yummy

Watching a good box-set on Netflix (only £5 a month)

Going for a long walk with family & friends, packing a flask, and buying a big bag of cookies to share

Fresh bed linen on bed, and a little vase of daffies on my bedside table

Watching DD2 beaming with joy at finally learning how to do a hand-spring vault (paid £5 for her to join a specialist 2 hour master class).

EvenBetter Sun 31-Mar-13 19:18:04

Apart from the wine, fags and books already mentioned....
Sending a letter to one of my 12 pen pals and trashy magazines like That's Life.

MrsDeVere Sun 31-Mar-13 19:20:11

This cleaner stuff that comes with a sponge that was down to £2.50 in Sainsburys. I have happily been scrubbing previously unremovable marks off things all weekend.
<happy sigh>

greencolorpack Sun 31-Mar-13 19:22:55

Saturday's Guardian and reading it lying on the floor and drinking coffee. Bliss.

ElizabethTaylor Sun 31-Mar-13 19:24:18

Renting a good film, usually one with Elizabeth Taylor in smile

Chandon Sun 31-Mar-13 19:24:18

Softest warmest fleece blanket in burnt orange, at £5 from Primark

McD breakfast meal

Second hand books


The Killing DVD sets, from Lovefilm (5 a month)

Sacks of onions for 2.99. I chop, grate and slice them all in one go. Label and bag them. Then I have 3 months of instant peeled onion smuggeryness.

French onion soup knocked up with aforementioned onions and a beef stock pot, lidl bread mix made into fresh cheesy rolls. Costs about £1.30 to feed four.

Pore strips from Poundworld. Good for your skin and a good form of entertainment as you scrutinise what's stuck on it after use. grin

ElizabethTaylor Sun 31-Mar-13 19:28:47

Reading poetry.
Writing a poem, I mean really writing with a pen and on paper.
Buying a bunch of beautiful pink roses from a market and walking home.
Painting your nails, putting on your makeup ...and sexy underwear and jumping your dh when he comes home grin

HandbagCrab Sun 31-Mar-13 19:37:05

A hot chocolate, magazine and no child in a coffee shop

Fish and chips

A glass of wine

Something from Hotel Chocolat

Very nearly a spa day offer (£12 for two so £6 each but worth the extra pound for all the extra loveliness!)

BikeRunSki Sun 31-Mar-13 19:39:56

An old album or dvd film - I can get nostalgic about most of the ones reduced to a fiver or less.

My monthly Love Film membership.

A spa day for 2 for £12 sounds good!

Can you still get fish and chips for a fiver?

CharlotteBronteSaurus Sun 31-Mar-13 19:46:25

buying a proper sunday paper (not fussed which TBH) rather than accessing the online edition, and reading it with a big cafetiere of coffee

Costypop Sun 31-Mar-13 19:46:56

Taking photos

Riding my horse, he's my best friend, is as cheeky as anything but always puts a smile on my face

janji Sun 31-Mar-13 19:54:44

Having a bath then snuggling in bed with my dc watching Brave, eating thorntons toffee Easter egg and drinking ice cold wine (guess what I'm doing now)!?

A VegeDelite from Subway

Yankee candles (it would have to be the votives or tart burners for under a £5 )

The Christmas issue of Good Housekeeping or Woman & Home

A cuddle with my guinea-pig when he does his little grunty pig noise and curls up like a croissant under my chin. (OK they cost well over £5 for both but when you work it out as cost/cuddle it's pence grin )

Almond croissants, warm with milky coffee.

MummyPig24 Sun 31-Mar-13 20:14:31

A cold bottle of magners
Fish and chips
A DVD from the library that we can all enjoy
A warm baguette
Tub of ice cream
Kids AM showing at vue cinema £1.25 each

HandbagCrab Sun 31-Mar-13 20:17:09

It's around a fiver for fish and chips here but it is in the grim north smile

I'm really looking forward to my £12 spa day with dh. We did one at feb half term. We dropped off sprog at nursery, wallowed in a spa for hours and then had lunch in a lovely pub overlooking some moors. We don't get a break very often so it was such a treat to make the most of it. grin

lemontwist Sun 31-Mar-13 20:22:26

A quid for my winning lottery ticket?
Or if that fails it was £3.75 each for an hours boat trip round the bay yesterday It was soooo rough and me &DH were pretty green but 2 yrs old DS loved it so much. He can't stop talking about it

Altinkum Sun 31-Mar-13 20:24:10

Radox bath gel, and small bottle of vino and magazine!

No children bliss...

propertyNIGHTmareBEFOREXMAS Sun 31-Mar-13 20:33:56

Costa large Hot Chocolate with whipped cream in two handled mug.

FruttiDiMadre Sun 31-Mar-13 20:46:45

Bubble tea!

fiverabbits Sun 31-Mar-13 20:52:58

I can't think of anything that I spend £5 on but I can think of things that cost nothing.

A cuddle with all my five rabbits.

Sitting in front of the woodburner that burns free wood.

Having the remote control in my hand and watching what I want.

My DH cooking all the meals and then doing the dishwasher.

Having the washing drying on the line outside.

AGiddyKipperInOneHand Sun 31-Mar-13 20:53:22

Fresh home cooked bread
pizza base made with garlic, herbs, chopped onion & tomato puree added, and cheese on top.
Home made cake, shared.
A tidy & clean home with fresh bedding
watching chickens eat spaghetti
Family together, all watching Sense and Sensibility

DXBMermaid Sun 31-Mar-13 20:57:03

Going on the Thames Clipper to Greenwich

One of those sachet face masks

'Fancy' handsoap

Coffee plus pastry at my weekly coffee morning

Singing in the shower or car

Smelling the sea

Clean sheets

Starbucks caramel frappachino (no cream on top)

Feeding 4ppl for a fiver by being smart

Finding some sweet trinket in a charity shop

Bacon and Egg McMuffin

Fresh Bath bun from the baker's

Hot brie and cranberry baguette

Hot ham and Emmental croissant with hot chocolate on a cold day (used to be £1.25 in the law department basement Nadia's before 10am)

Mr Whippy on a warm day

The Sunday paper with a hot cup of tea

Watching chickens eat spaghetti?!!! I'd gladly pay a fiver for that! smile

A brand new bar of L'Occitane soap which the imprinted name still clear (like a grown up version of Imperial Leather or Pears when it's fresh out of the wrapper)

ArtVandelay Sun 31-Mar-13 21:16:51

A ripe avocado. A big sheet of stickers and coloured paper to make pictures with toddler. Nail varnish in neon colours. Giant box of Omo with Arabic language instead of European (half the price from the discount shop). Primark socks and flipflops. H&M vests in white or crazy colours. A big photo print.

Flisspaps Sun 31-Mar-13 21:22:05

Ribbon for 30p/m from the market

Beads or jewellery findings for 99p

Craft stuff from Poundland

Branded quick dry nail varnish from the market for 99p (who cares if it's last season's colour?)

The fact I can buy ALL of the above for less than £5 grin

racingheart Sun 31-Mar-13 21:22:31

This thread is brilliant. How do I suggest to MNHQ that it should be transferred to the Credit Crunch section as it's a great resource for having fun and treats on a tight budget.

sjupes Sun 31-Mar-13 21:23:48

I love getting a pot of tea and a scone with clotted cream and jam - it's around 3.50 pretty much everywhere and it makes me so happy when i have that and a half hour to myself smile

FarleyD Sun 31-Mar-13 21:24:49

What's bubble tea?

Worriedaboutapal Sun 31-Mar-13 21:33:37

Lovely thread.

Good idea to transfer it to Credit Crunch racingheart but I don't know how.

Here's mine:
An Irish coffee (under £5 in pub)
Looking through happy photos of the DCs
Fried egg and bacon bap from a cafe, usually eaten in the car with Radio 4 on
My apple-green shower curtain (just a lovely colour to see)
Yes yes to fresh flowers - currently have miniature red roses in the bathroom and daffs in the living room
Tesco own Creme Caramel

All sorts of activities with the DCs too - planting seeds, playing with coloured ice cubes, reading stories etc....

Worriedaboutapal Sun 31-Mar-13 21:44:32

And I know this sounds weird but tonight - when have a bad, bad cold and two little ones needing me 24/7:

Paracetamol (thank goodness for living in a first world country eh?)

Oooh a supermarket trifle. Or a homemade trifle, come to that.

I've reported it, and asked MN HQ if they might be able to move it.

Creme caramel = food of the Gos btw and v cheap, but even better with a sprinkling of sea salt on it!

Have got another - homemade rocky road using Basics chocolate and Basics salted peanuts and Basics digestives. Makes a tin full for less than £2.

RowanMumsnet (MNHQ) Sun 31-Mar-13 22:05:13

Hi there

We've moved this to Credit Crunch now.

Thanks Rowan. smile

racingheart Sun 31-Mar-13 23:19:59

Thanks Rowan and Remus

BikeRunSki Mon 01-Apr-13 09:58:08

A hand car wash when my car is filthy.

BikeRunSki Mon 01-Apr-13 10:00:44

A packet of fresh pasta, garlic bread (value baguette ones are less than 50p) and tub of sauce Quick, easy lunch that everyone will eat. and minimum washing up.

paintyourbox Mon 01-Apr-13 17:24:14

When I was a student, every Tuesday I used to buy Grazia and a bar of chocolate then go home, take my duvet on to the sofa and read the mag/eat the chocolate with a giant mug of tea. Fabulous and cheap!

MERLYPUSS Mon 01-Apr-13 21:41:34

Chips in the street with loads of vinegar

Wereonourway Mon 01-Apr-13 21:47:29

Some random bath toys for ds and me ds loves them and seeing him happy is always worth it

Cuppa and a cake at Starbucks on a Saturday morning

The brand new shoes I got off ebay yesterday that were £45 when I tried them on in the shop at Xmas.

A new book to share with ds after browsing in the book shop for half an hour.

A scone from our local tea shop for my fabulous dad

An Asda make your own pizza and a diet coke

racingheart Tue 02-Apr-13 20:04:11

Yes to clothes from Ebay. I got a stunning jacket that has had loads of compliments, and a gorgeous silk top - both under a fiver.

WildlingPrincess Tue 02-Apr-13 20:05:50

Red wine.

Just remembered Aveeno body lotion (when on offer!) and Flexitol handcream (which might be £6 but is brilliant, so worth the extra pound!).

Also -

green jelly

making a tray of fairy cakes

a fried egg sandwich with HP sauce

Too many of mine are food-related.

serin Wed 03-Apr-13 21:15:25

Soap and Glory shower gel.

Cheese and Onion Cornish pasty (by the sea)

Nice new pilot fineliner pen.

Yes to charity shops, I bought DD a Ralph Lauren cable knit jumper today for £3!

MERLYPUSS Thu 04-Apr-13 10:50:17

Yes! The chips have to be by the seaside and it has to be too cold to take your coat off.
Walk in winter sun with kids and mad Labradoodle.
Coming home to tea/hot chocloc and thawing out.

dementedma Sat 20-Apr-13 21:10:26

Bunch of daffs for one pound in asda.

coffeewineandchocolate Sat 20-Apr-13 21:12:38

Coffee, wine, chocolate- oh and sex grin

lisad123everybodydancenow Sat 20-Apr-13 21:17:06

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