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Giant inflatables!

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islandmummy Thu 18-May-17 09:27:53

AIBU to think most people are going to be disappointed when they realise they can't use the latest craze of giant inflatables? AKA I've bought my daughter a giant inflatable unicorn (thanks Primark!) and where can I take her to use it? How many of us have swimming pools, or even paddling pools large enough? The local council pool won't allow it. Center Parcs won't allow massive ones. And when we went to Ibiza last year we discovered there is a Spanish law against large inflatables in pools Rhodes the year before not so much but even if it was allowed, the thing weighs a ton! Even John Lewis are in on the act this year I found out when I encountered a massive pineapple greeting me when I went in! Sounds like a euphemism but isn't

So - AIBU to think everyone me has wasted their money on these things?!

Kokusai Thu 18-May-17 09:47:11

Lots of holiday villas have their own pools.
I can think of several lakes you can swim in where it would be OK to use a giant inflatable.
Also some places where the sea is ankle deeps for ages woudl be safe enough.

Kokusai Thu 18-May-17 09:47:42

I saw loads in thailand and the looked really fun!

SmurfPants Thu 18-May-17 09:49:03

Does anyone really buy one and then go WAIT A MINUTE I DON'T HAVE A POOL

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