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Cadburys selection box 4 for £3 @ Poundland.

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A fantastic selection of Caburys Classic Favourites that make the perfect stocking filler Read More
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A fantastic selection of Caburys Classic Favourites that make the perfect stocking filler
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
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#1
This is the selection box you get as a child where you open it and you're filled with disappointment. The amount of times I faked pleasure at unwrapping one of these cack filled monstrosities from weird Aunty Val I see once a year still haunts me at Christmas. Do the right thing people.
#2
Wilko had these for sale at 75p, but I don't think it had the curly whurly in their package.
#3
I stand corrected it's 60p and only has one fudge bar in the package.

http://www.wilko.com/sweets-and-chocolates/cadbury-small-selection-pack-81g/invt/0258053
#4
kos1c
I stand corrected it's 60p and only has one fudge bar in the package. http://www.wilko.com/sweets-and-chocolates/cadbury-small-selection-pack-81g/invt/0258053
this selection box is 106g not 81g http://www.poundland.co.uk/cadburys-selection-box-106g
#5
shenmueryan
This is the selection box you get as a child where you open it and you're filled with disappointment. The amount of times I faked pleasure at unwrapping one of these cack filled monstrosities from weird Aunty Val I see once a year still haunts me at Christmas. Do the right thing people.
its just a tiny present, not that that should matter, what do you mean do the right thing? some people can barely even afford this.. Poor you for having to fake not being disappointed, talk about selfish, i thought it was about giving...

Edited By: smudge92 on Dec 16, 2016 16:06
#6
My issue isn't with selection boxes. It's with this particular one. It's full of the crap stuff no child likes. Although, look around here and I'm pretty sure you could find something more worthless for under a pound. Order something from China, give them a quid. Buy them a chocolate bar or sweets they actually enjoy, their favourite perhaps. It's a generic, thoughtless 'present' really.
smudge92
shenmueryan
This is the selection box you get as a child where you open it and you're filled with disappointment. The amount of times I faked pleasure at unwrapping one of these cack filled monstrosities from weird Aunty Val I see once a year still haunts me at Christmas. Do the right thing people.
its just a tiny present, not that that should matter, what do you mean do the right thing? some people can barely even afford this.. Poor you for having to fake not being disappointed, talk about selfish, i thought it was about giving...
#7
smudge92
kos1c
I stand corrected it's 60p and only has one fudge bar in the package. http://www.wilko.com/sweets-and-chocolates/cadbury-small-selection-pack-81g/invt/0258053
this selection box is 106g not 81g http://www.poundland.co.uk/cadburys-selection-box-106g


Copied from my original comment.

I stand corrected it's 60p and only has one fudge bar in the package.

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Fudge bars weigh roughly 25.5g, and cost 20p.

Your deal is 4 for £3, making them 75p a pack, so technically yours is cheaper with the extra fudge bar. But depends if you're wanting just one or 4 packs of these sweets.
#8
shenmueryan
My issue isn't with selection boxes. It's with this particular one. It's full of the crap stuff no child likes. Although, look around here and I'm pretty sure you could find something more worthless for under a pound. Order something from China, give them a quid. Buy them a chocolate bar or sweets they actually enjoy, their favourite perhaps. It's a generic, thoughtless 'present' really.
smudge92
shenmueryan
This is the selection box you get as a child where you open it and you're filled with disappointment. The amount of times I faked pleasure at unwrapping one of these cack filled monstrosities from weird Aunty Val I see once a year still haunts me at Christmas. Do the right thing people.
its just a tiny present, not that that should matter, what do you mean do the right thing? some people can barely even afford this.. Poor you for having to fake not being disappointed, talk about selfish, i thought it was about giving...
Ii think your statement is a very stupid one, "It's full of the crap stuff no child likes" if that were the case the individual chocolates wouldn't sell at all and therefore there wouldn't even be a selection box of it. you obviously have had a traumatic experience with aunt val for you to come up with the baseless claims, yes its a cheap present, so what? stick it in their stocking, pad out their presents with it, at least someone bothered to give it to you in the first place. I have honestly never heard such crap about something so cheap, cheap doesn't equal thoughtless.
#9
Brrr. Getting cold in here
smudge92
shenmueryan
My issue isn't with selection boxes. It's with this particular one. It's full of the crap stuff no child likes. Although, look around here and I'm pretty sure you could find something more worthless for under a pound. Order something from China, give them a quid. Buy them a chocolate bar or sweets they actually enjoy, their favourite perhaps. It's a generic, thoughtless 'present' really.
smudge92
shenmueryan
This is the selection box you get as a child where you open it and you're filled with disappointment. The amount of times I faked pleasure at unwrapping one of these cack filled monstrosities from weird Aunty Val I see once a year still haunts me at Christmas. Do the right thing people.
its just a tiny present, not that that should matter, what do you mean do the right thing? some people can barely even afford this.. Poor you for having to fake not being disappointed, talk about selfish, i thought it was about giving...
Ii think your statement is a very stupid one, "It's full of the crap stuff no child likes" if that were the case the individual chocolates wouldn't sell at all and therefore there wouldn't even be a selection box of it. you obviously have had a traumatic experience with aunt val for you to come up with the baseless claims, yes its a cheap present, so what? stick it in their stocking, pad out their presents with it, at least someone bothered to give it to you in the first place. I have honestly never heard such crap about something so cheap, cheap doesn't equal thoughtless.

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