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I don't care. I bought a shopping trolley thing on wheels and I really like it

(26 Posts)
Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:32:38

<sticks tongue out>

I looked far more stylish since I could still walk normally rather than shuffling along under the weight of bags

I sashayed along, so I did

noddyholder Wed 03-Sep-08 14:33:42

I bought one too in habitat I love it when i remember it so easy on buses etc

tiredemma Wed 03-Sep-08 14:34:59

do you also have one of these?

just in case

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:38:21


my granny always had one of those

WideWebWitch Wed 03-Sep-08 14:39:08

I fancy one of these too, there was long thread while ago hang on

tiredemma Wed 03-Sep-08 14:39:09

and mine- and she had one for me in case it rained when we were out shopping.

From a distance I looked like a midget OAP

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:39:14

it's this one

crap pic tho - is better than that

OllieWollieWoo Wed 03-Sep-08 14:39:21

I've got one too - an orange flowery one from Ikea (but live in Holland where almost every household seems to have one!!!) DS1 loves pushing it along!

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:40:13

oh WWW it is fab

I was delivering brochures today and it made it so much easier

hmm.. maybe it is tax deductable therefore

bigspender30 Wed 03-Sep-08 14:40:17

Very stylish..........Waiting for the trend to catch on in Scotland haha

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:40:51

oh surely in Scotland you can use proper old biddy tartan ones

they would be so retrochic wink

Sazisi Wed 03-Sep-08 14:40:55

I'd love a shopping trolley envy
Maybe when DD3 stops needing a buggy...

WideWebWitch Wed 03-Sep-08 14:41:11

would it be sad if I purchased one of those old woman shopping trollies? gosh, I even remembered the poster was called missuswoman, hence lightning fast search, the CRAP I keep in my head about mumsnet is unbelievable.

tiredemma Wed 03-Sep-08 14:41:23

ah- that is cool. I imagined this

cappucinos high st friend

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:42:21

tiredmama rofl

I love the way they have surrounded it with an old screen that they brought home from work

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:43:26

WWW the jury is back in

they are good

I say so

citronella Wed 03-Sep-08 14:44:10

I have one too and love it. In fact a rather trendy looking lady stopped me in the street and asked me where I had got it (John Lewis as it happens). Its black with chunky white wheels and chunky black handle.

Sazisi Wed 03-Sep-08 14:46:21

unless I put DD3 in the shopping trolley.. hmm

jalopy Wed 03-Sep-08 14:46:23

I love my one.

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 14:46:28

I am teaching dd2 to pull it so I can push dd1's wheelchair when out

it will be like employing a caddy

HuwEdwards Wed 03-Sep-08 14:47:18

I hope you push it while you have your hair in curlers and with your slippers on wink, twittering about young-looking policemen and kids with no manners...

bigspender30 Wed 03-Sep-08 14:58:29

is it like a suitcase?

Cappuccino Wed 03-Sep-08 15:07:30

kinda, I guess, flight case-y

but definitely a bag, rather than a case

moonmother Wed 03-Sep-08 16:29:48

I got one of those ones too.grin

I put my Dc's school bags and lunch boxes in it to wheel to school.

Lazy imps, get half way to school then start complaining their bags are heavy.

Then when I've dropped them off I have an excuse to go shopping wink

As someone that doesn't drive ,it sooooo much easier to carry my weekly shopping home in, that I wouldn't be without it.

EyeballsintheSky Wed 03-Sep-08 16:33:24

Did you get some of these to go with the rainhood as well?

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