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anti-fog SWIMMING GOGGLES £1.00 @ POUNDLAND

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6y, 8m agoFound 6 years, 8 months ago
SUMMERS COMING!!!!

SWIMMING GOOGLES AT A BARGAIN PRICE.

COLOURS I SAW INSTORE , BLUE, BLACK, PINK.

I BOUGHT A PAIR, THE QUALITY SEEMS GOOD ASWELL AS THE FIT.

product conforms to bs 5883:1996
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#1
Past tense of buy is bought not brought that is the past tense of bring
#2
pipsqueak
Past tense of buy is bought not brought that is the past tense of bring


oh please SHUT UP!, so what the OP used the wrong word BIG DEAL!

p.s have i used the right words?
#3
pipsqueak
Past tense of buy is bought not brought that is the past tense of bring


Im terrible at english sorry, my gf is always pointing out how bad i am. I need to go back to school.
#4
THRILLER-DEEJAY
Im terrible at english sorry, my gf is always pointing out how bad i am. I need to go back to school.


Yes you must, you spelt girlfriend with 8 letters missing. ;-)
#5
diGriz
Yes you must, you spelt girlfriend with 8 letters missing. ;-)


If this gets hot i will go to college and learn english properly ;-)
#6
We should lay off OP because he/she (could be a girl with a girlfriend :)) has a kick ass Mini!

Oh by the way these goggles are a great deal for a pound but please be aware if you are diving any deeper than 30 meters you should look at something a bit more expensive ;)
#7
nicster08
oh please SHUT UP!, so what the OP used the wrong word BIG DEAL!

p.s have i used the right words?


Your sentence composition is dreadful, you put a comma after an exclamation mark which is faintly ridiculous (and would have been useful further along the sentence). Further you show no signs that you know what capital letters are for or when they should be used.

But the words are ok. ;-)

Hot deal, incidentally.
#8
There should have been a question mark after "so what" too.
#9
Hot deal, incidentally.

Bargin!
#10
Looks like i started an english lesson :lol:
#11
effpee
Your sentence composition is dreadful, you put a comma after an exclamation mark which is faintly ridiculous (and would have been useful further along the sentence). Further you show no signs that you know what capital letters are for or when they should be used.

But the words are ok. ;-)

Hot deal, incidentally.


Here you go,,,,,,,,borrow a couple of my commas for your own composition.
Hot. These GOOGLES look like a real BARGIN.
#12
Their grate
#13
Lakeside
Their grate


Wrong, your words should be,

They're great.
#14
Classic lol

Ewe knot big on eye ronnie?
#15
I got some of these goggles for my kids last year and they were great value for money - a good fit and doesn't matter TOO much when they get lost ...
#16
pipsqueak
Past tense of buy is bought not brought that is the past tense of bring


Better vote this deal cold then :roll:

Some people really have TOO much free time
#17
Mint :-)
#18
diGriz
Yes you must, you spelt girlfriend with 8 letters missing. ;-)


Spelled not "spelt"! ;)
#19
Anti fog? Can I wear these in my car if it is foggy?
#20
#21
i dun by sum. dey stop water from get in me I
#22
AD959
Here you go,,,,,,,,borrow a couple of my commas for your own composition.
Hot. These GOOGLES look like a real BARGIN.


I trust there was irony in that miss-spell? :whistling:
#23
nicster08
oh please SHUT UP!, so what the OP used the wrong word BIG DEAL!

p.s have i used the right words?


Hang on, before you start snapping at people all the poster did was point it out matter of factly. They didn't have a go or anything else. Guess what, the correct spelling makes things easier to understand.

No need for you to be so rude to another poster.
#24
http://www.poundland.co.uk/images/1735/original/spiderman-goggles---version.jpg

are these the ones ??
#25
mrtigertony
http://www.poundland.co.uk/images/1735/original/spiderman-goggles---version.jpg

are these the ones ??

No there the little kids ones. I should have added them to my post.
#26
These are quite useful for driving - basically, if you wear them with the lenses flipped over - it clears the fog....great if you live near an estuary like me - it's always foggy.

The downside is ...you look a right dick (but then again, if it's foggy tnobody can see you!)
#27
Wife picked up 3 pair from Wigan, should come in handy for our Caribbean Cruise on Sunday, voted hot :thumbsup:
#28
HankMcSpank;8119946
These are quite useful for driving - basically, if you wear them with the lenses flipped over - it clears the fog....great if you live near an estuary like me - it's always foggy.

The downside is ...you look a right dick (but then again, if it's foggy tnobody can see you!)


is that in the same context as 'in space no one can hear you scream'?
#29
These seem really good for the price, since as mine always seem to go missing!

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