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Dozen Fairtrade Roses only £4.99
Beautiful roses for the one you love.

Dozen Fairtrade roses, £4.99
A single Fairtrade rose, £1.99

Valid until 14 February 2011. Subject to availability. Selected stores. While stocks last. Instore only.
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#1
Top tip: Don't give the other half any roses and just say that you donated a fiver to the fair trade charity. Everybody wins!
#2
When do they get these in stock please? Want to get some and give them to my gf before valentines
1 Like #3
blizeH
When do they get these in stock please? Want to get some and give them to my gf before valentines


They are in stock now
#4
Brilliant, thank you! I'll go in and get some this week :)
1 Like #5
I normally like to spend at least £50 when I buy my wife flowers, so what on earth is she going to do with 120 roses.

We need more vases...:)
#6
Quietus
I normally like to spend at least £50 when I buy my wife flowers, so what on earth is she going to do with 120 roses.

We need more vases...:)



Give some to your girlfriend, that's what im going to do..
#7
oggie223
Quietus
I normally like to spend at least £50 when I buy my wife flowers, so what on earth is she going to do with 120 roses.

We need more vases...:)
Give some to your girlfriend, that's what im going to do..
I would if it were possible, but I suffer from this affliction called 'lurve'...<3
#8
oh great, the old charity scam. who gives a hoot about fairtrade....as long as the roses are cheap. we have our own problems here in the uk bloody heck.
#9
MadonnaProject
oh great, the old charity scam. who gives a hoot about fairtrade....as long as the roses are cheap. we have our own problems here in the uk bloody heck.
I agree.

I'd add that while I agree with the idea behind Fair Trade stuff, it amazes me that more people don't think "hang on a minute, why is Fair Trade not the default? Why don't we assume that's the norm, and when it's not, we'll put 'ripped off' or 'used slavery' on it."

I hate the way that the default action for the purchasers / traders is to scam people less fortunate than oursleves, and it's such a rarity for us to want to give them a fair deal that we have to slap hefty logos on things.
#10
Dont be fooled, ive worked in the wholesale flower business for 25 years to date, these are small short stemmed african roses, its like saying why by a car from ferrari when a car from lada is the same, yes we can all agree they have 4 wheels and an engine and called car.
So dont be dazzled by "a dozen red rose" offer you see in supermarkets, you get what get when spending a fiver!!! a lada not a ferrrari!!!!
#11
ukbondys
Dont be fooled, ive worked in the wholesale flower business for 25 years to date, these are small short stemmed african roses, its like saying why by a car from ferrari when a car from lada is the same, yes we can all agree they have 4 wheels and an engine and called car.So dont be dazzled by "a dozen red rose" offer you see in supermarkets, you get what get when spending a fiver!!! a lada not a ferrrari!!!!

Classic 'Missing the whole point of HUKD' comment! ;)
#12
To be fair, its not a "hot deal" if the roses are crap... IS IT! If the item is voted up based on the headline and that is all your going to base your decision then what is the point of teh comments. Some people should think before they troll... so the comment from ukbondys does not miss the point at all. Thank you for the forewarning ukbondys.
banned#13
MadonnaProject
oh great, the old charity scam. who gives a hoot about fairtrade....as long as the roses are cheap. we have our own problems here in the uk bloody heck.

people with compassion perhaps? oO Anyone who compares peoples problems in the UK with fairtrade countries is an imbecile.

Open your eyes!
#14
ukbondys
Dont be fooled, ive worked in the wholesale flower business for 25 years to date, these are small short stemmed african roses, its like saying why by a car from ferrari when a car from lada is the same, yes we can all agree they have 4 wheels and an engine and called car.
So dont be dazzled by "a dozen red rose" offer you see in supermarkets, you get what get when spending a fiver!!! a lada not a ferrrari!!!!


Is my gf likely to know this? Is she likely to care?
#15
ukbondys
Dont be fooled, ive worked in the wholesale flower business for 25 years to date, these are small short stemmed african roses, its like saying why by a car from ferrari when a car from lada is the same, yes we can all agree they have 4 wheels and an engine and called car.


It's great when someone with knowledge shares it, but you're not really telling us anything here. This is an instore deal on flowers. People are going to look at the flowers in the shop, so they can make their own judgements. Perhaps they won't last long or perhaps they don't smell good, but if you don't explain what makes these roses a 'lada' and other roses a 'rolls royce', I'm just going to buy the cheapest ones that look decent.

MadonnaProject
we have our own problems here in the uk bloody heck.


And it's not possible to care about problems in more than one country? My uncle lost his job, but that doesn't stop me from caring about my neighbours' problems with their health. Caring about my neighbours doesn't stop me from caring about abused wives around the UK. Caring about women in another town doesn't stop me from caring about millions of kids living in poverty in the third world. I can't solve all of these problems, but I can care and do a little to help where possible - like buying Fair Trade. I'm not some saint here - lots of people manage to care about different things.

Edited By: teflbloke on Feb 09, 2011 18:30
#16
What does it matter how much you spend on your loved ones (£5, £50 or even £500) for that matter, It's the thought that counts
#17
Personally I like Quality Street or Celebrations myself, Roses went downhill after they gor rid of the Bournvilles... :p
#18
maryhasalittlelamb
What does it matter how much you spend on your loved ones (£5, £50 or even £500) for that matter, It's the thought that counts
While thinking of a loved one plays a vital part in giving a gift, the idea that cost is irrelevant is a little silly. Booking a romantic night in a swish hotel is not the same as a romantic night in a local B&B. Likewise a £1 bunch of daffodils is not going to please someone as much as a nicely presented bouquet of flowers. One costs more than the other, and is therefore relevant.
#19
H
Quietus
While thinking of a loved one plays a vital part in giving a gift, the idea that cost is irrelevant is a little silly. Booking a romantic night in a swish hotel is not the same as a romantic night in a local B&B. Likewise a £1 bunch of daffodils is not going to please someone as much as a nicely presented bouquet of flowers. One costs more than the other, and is therefore relevant.


Hey! The Mrs and I spent last Valentines in a local B&B. It was definitely the most enjoyable Valentines we can remember! :p
#20
The all die after a couple of days with the heating on

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