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kalex Wed 06-Apr-05 22:25:18

once again my tosser of an ex has left me in the lurch.

He has promised my daoughter a bouncy castle, which I have to say I was delighted with. I have the space, and I think that it would be fab foor the kids fitness,.

So, silly me. I thkink that it's a given. No he's bought her the Garfield DVD,

I am on a budget I have already bought her a bird book and a bird table,

Not totally WOW but I think a prettty nice [present ,

S0 please help me, a bouncy castle with a motor.

All mumsnet give me links

kalex Wed 06-Apr-05 22:26:14

Oh and £100 would be great

colditzmum Wed 06-Apr-05 22:28:52 but I can't do links I don't know how. It is £180 though...

Milliways Wed 06-Apr-05 22:31:23


Nemo1977 Wed 06-Apr-05 22:31:43

check ur local tj hughes as ours had them for £99 with the blower motor....hope u find one...or even if they can get one in from another store

kama Wed 06-Apr-05 22:32:12

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Evesmama Wed 06-Apr-05 22:32:37

elc have one that also has a paddling/ball pool attached by a inflatable slide???£40

colditzmum Wed 06-Apr-05 22:33:20
Ok that one is long but only £50 off ebay

kalex Wed 06-Apr-05 22:35:10


Yes I would sgree totally. But complete Asshole makes its all my fault, as always.

I am left to pick up the pieces

misdee Wed 06-Apr-05 22:36:04

homebase had them.

kalex Wed 06-Apr-05 22:37:17

CDM. that looks fab is it with a pump

kalex Wed 06-Apr-05 22:39:26

Signing off for the night, she is home on Sunday. I would love to have it up at running by then .

Thankyou 4 for help

kama Wed 06-Apr-05 23:01:08

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