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9ct Gold Cubic Zirconia 'Mum' Pendant. £9.99

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Something for a deserving mother perhaps...

9ct Gold Cubic Zirconia 'Mum' Pendant

Chain length 46cm/18in.

219-2239

Less Than Half Price £9.99 Was £24.99
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#1
ur gona get a lot of 'chavtastic' stick but imo i reckon its a good deal for the lil kiddies to get for their mummies!
#2
As an adult I wouldnt buy it but for a child theyd think this was wonderful. I bought my mom some 'cheap' jewellery when I was a kid and I asked her recently was she embarrased wearing it and she said absolutely not, so im gonna vote this hot because a child isnt going to be able to afford to spend more than this on a present and itll please them no end to give their mom something like this.
#3
Exactly!
Hey....I'm not saying I would buy, just putting it out there for those with moms resembling Mr T !! :whistling:

URGHHH! Get Some Nuts!
#4
Tell ya what...no. Just no. Lol. I've not voted either way on this one - I dont endorse for encouraging ;)
#5
never mind the potential chaviness of the item, what's with all this "mom" talk??
#6
chav magnet
#7
My mum would sob her heart out with shame if I presented her with tat like this. Seriously though, do people actually shell out their dole for rubbish like this?
#8
[COLOR=darkorchid]ay its almost worthwhile buying it as a joke birthday/christmas present for your mum !!! see if she can hold the shock of chavscaryness from her face !!!!![/COLOR]
#9
Voted hot, think its a lovely pressie from the kids! I wouldn't mind at all if i had that as a pressie from my young daughter! :thumbsup:
At the end of the day not many families have got the money to splash about on other things not like the people posting before me! :roll:
I think people are forgetting the old saying "It's the thought that counts" :p
#10
Pramface Accessories! :w00t:
#11
seems ok to me - bit chavvy, but some people like it
#12
We got this for my partners Mum. She loves sparkley, glittery clothes and thought it was great!!!
It's not that tacky actually, it is quite small so doesn't look as chavvy as the pic, quite dainty.
Voted hot!
#13
sicknote
My mum would sob her heart out with shame if I presented her with tat like this. Seriously though, do people actually shell out their dole for rubbish like this?


And hard earned wages too?
I must trapse back to my pigeon hole now...
#14
Was £24.99, imagine spending that on it.

But anything that indicates how much you love and appreciate your ma is worth every penny.
#15
Its just about the standard of jewellery you might expect Argos to sell. Cheap and tacky.
#16
KELLY 'N' STEVE;1763995
Voted hot, think its a lovely pressie from the kids! I wouldn't mind at all if i had that as a pressie from my young daughter! :thumbsup:
At the end of the day not many families have got the money to splash about on other things not like the people posting before me! :roll:
I think people are forgetting the old saying "It's the thought that counts" :p

oh i know the thought counts i get my mum even simply things like little pansies from the garden centre. believe me i know the value of money and i'm good on what to spend it on. I bought my mum some socks from argos and she LOVES them !! (they were £1.50). Yes this would be good from a child to their mum of course but not everyones taste !!!!!! :roll:
#17
missflic
oh i know the thought counts i get my mum even simply things like little pansies from the garden centre. believe me i know the value of money and i'm good on what to spend it on. I bought my mum some socks from argos and she LOVES them !! (they were £1.50). Yes this would be good from a child to their mum of course but not everyones taste !!!!!! :roll:


Well said Missflic - I think any mother would feel proud to get any gift from their child but it would break my heart to think they had saved their pocket money for weeks to buy something like this - A home made card would be much more appreciated.

I think Argos would sell a lot more of these if they did them in black - that way they wouldn't clash with the electronic tag
#18
This looks like a top quality item. I think my mum will find it very tasteful and it is well worth spending some of my benefits on. Voted hot
#19
Can i ask you lot does wearing gold mean chav. It seems that every time someone puts something on here thats gold peeps call it chav. What actually is chav where jewellery is concerned. I wear gold hoops earrings and have for years and a lovely gold and diamond necklace. Am i now a chav. :oops:
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marshallka
Can i ask you lot does wearing gold mean chav. It seems that every time someone puts something on here thats gold peeps call it chav. What actually is chav where jewellery is concerned. I wear gold hoops earrings and have for years and a lovely gold and diamond necklace. Am i now a chav. :oops:


Only one way to find out

http://chavstest.com/quiz/index.php
#21
haha quality test! im 26% chav noooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo
#22
I'm 26% chav too but the test is ludicrous - it's obviously written by someone who actually has no idea about chavviness - they've mixed it up with being working class at some points, and even middle class.

For example it considers not having a private education to be chavvy - that's just silly.
#23
RSteve
I'm 26% chav too but the test is ludicrous - it's obviously written by someone who actually has no idea about chavviness - they've mixed it up with being working class at some points, and even middle class.

For example it considers not having a private education to be chavvy - that's just silly.


Hmmm strangely enough I'm 26% as well

I think the point of the question about private education was that if you had a private education then you must have some brains and if you have brains you can't be a Chav
#24
marshallka
Can i ask you lot does wearing gold mean chav. It seems that every time someone puts something on here thats gold peeps call it chav. What actually is chav where jewellery is concerned. I wear gold hoops earrings and have for years and a lovely gold and diamond necklace. Am i now a chav. :oops:


yes, sorry. hoop earrings are reserved for indians and chavs
#25
^ the bigger the chavvier

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