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DOZEN RED ROSES FOR £1.00.....VALENTINES DAY - DONE.

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6y, 11m agoFound 6 years, 11 months ago
Giving a bunch of red roses on Valentine's Day SAYS IT ALL!!

No need to go to the expense of fresh flowers when you can get this great value 12-head bunch for just £1 at Poundland!
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#1
Happy Valentines Day ?!
#2
:w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t::w00t:









Pst ................. is there any codes?
#3
my wife is ruthless when it comes to flowers this wont cut the mustard . Also is there a single dude out there who really cares about Valentines Day ? im genuinely asking as love etc should be year round and not confined to one day
banned#4
I wouldnt mind these LOL!
My fiancee bort me yellow?!! plastic??!! roses??!! and said they were expensive??! (from the garage)
The shop must of had big windows coz they sure saw him coming!!
He's had a great big kick up the backside for this valentines day or its out the door for him!! :whistling:
#5
SLOAMAN
my wife is ruthless when it comes to flowers this wont cut the mustard . Also is there a single dude out there who really cares about Valentines Day ? im genuinely asking as love etc should be year round and not confined to one day


I don't need one day of the year to say I love my wife or buy her something :)
#6
I'd get my head kicked in if i bought those for my doris.
#7
maybe?http://www.doggiedeliveries.com/images/doghouse400.jpg
#8
The mood I got last year after buying my wife a £26 iron (her old one was starting to switch off and on again), I think I'll save £25 and go for this - the moods won't be worse and I'll have twenty five quid in my sky :)
#9
http://www.code-d.com/tesco-cards/tesco-value-valentines-day.gif

free Val's card to go with it – click on image for pdf link.
#10
kippy
http://www.code-d.com/tesco-cards/tesco-value-valentines-day.gif

free Val's card to go with it – click on image for pdf link.


lol luv it!
#11
philmitchell
I don't need one day of the year to say I love my wife or buy her something :)


Exactly what I was going to say - its a total rip off and every poor guy has to feel that he's got to spend a small fortune on stuff and he shouldn't! I tell my OH every year not to get me anything (but he does) as he gets me things a lot any other time of the year and its the random surprises that matter not the shops ganging up to make you feel you HAVE to to on this one particular day. Guys save your money and buy her something now - she'll appreciate the thought that you've done it yourself and not been dictated to like every other person!

Good find by the way!
#12
:thumbsup: .... and like 'em plastic xmas trees, they can be stored away ready to be brought out again next year ... :whistling:
#13
SLOAMAN;7724577
my wife is ruthless when it comes to flowers this wont cut the mustard . Also is there a single dude out there who really cares about Valentines Day ? im genuinely asking as love etc should be year round and not confined to one day

my wife doesnt like flowers, shed rather have plants or flowers in pot as they stay alive for more than 5 days.....she doesnt understand the point of giving someone dead flowers!!:-D
1 Like #14
Bit of a dilemma now because I was gonna get her a new oven glove.
#15
To make a pair with the one you bought her last year?
#16
kippy
http://www.code-d.com/tesco-cards/tesco-value-valentines-day.gif

free Val's card to go with it – click on image for pdf link.

:w00t::giggle:
#17
! I tell my OH every year not to get me anything (but he does)


See, what you've done there is create a situation whereby your poor bloke is damned if he does and damned if he doesn't. He has cleverly gone for the correct option of assuming you don't really mean it, because at least if you kick off after he has bought you something, he will hold the moral high ground, and can blame it on PMT or something. Wheras if he doesn't bother getting anything and gets a rollicking off you and goes down the pub moaning bitterly "but she told me not to bother" all his mates will smile smugly and say "yeah - mine did too, but I got her some flowers (not these in this thread btw) anyway good god is that the time (8pm), must go back now and sh*g the **** off her"

We (men) are cottoning onto what women say, and what women mean...............normally the opposite as a general rule of thumb :thumbsup:
#18
If you want to be dumped on the 14th, then buy these for the so-called love of your life! I know money isn't everything, but there has to be a happy medium, and these are ridic!
#19
Gball
If you want to be dumped on the 14th, then buy these for the so-called love of your life! I know money isn't everything, but there has to be a happy medium, and these are ridic!

I think that'd be slightly over reacting... As long as they good, they're fine. If they look crap, don't bother.

One thing that annoys me is that restaurants refuse to accept any discounts on valentines day. I even have a "20% OFF - ALL DAY, EVERY DAY" voucher for Bella Italia and will they accept it on Valentines Day? Nope.
#20
Word of warning guys, Valentines day isnt about you being good all year, or even about what you do for her (or him if you want to be PC!) its about her not being embarrassed or feeling like you're a loser when her friends ask her what you did for her on valentines day. Dont make her feel like second rate, or you'll know about it.

P.s. I'm fortunate to be married for 13 years and as long as I keep to this philosophy hope to keep my nads for many more!
#21
"bort" !!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :w00t:
#22
karaokecolin
Bit of a dilemma now because I was gonna get her a new oven glove.


Too funny, good one!
banned#23
Why buy roses? There are other flowers out there, and ones that grow in a pot too...or so I've heard.
#24
davej1710
Word of warning guys, Valentines day isnt about you being good all year, or even about what you do for her (or him if you want to be PC!) its about her not being embarrassed or feeling like you're a loser when her friends ask her what you did for her on valentines day. Dont make her feel like second rate, or you'll know about it.

P.s. I'm fortunate to be married for 13 years and as long as I keep to this philosophy hope to keep my nads for many more!



Great Quote from a real man
#25
lol what a cheapskate
#26
lol pmsl
#27
Great thread.
This is really going to impress your woman....not! lol
Would be a laugh to give her these just before she left for work, and then find out you've aleady sent some to her workplace.
Got to get the timing right though, and she has a sense of humour!
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#28
I live near an accident blackspot , so my wife regularly gets fresh flowers :whistling:
#29
aidy12
I live near an accident blackspot , so my wife regularly gets fresh flowers :whistling:


:roll::roll:
#30
Wonder how many men will be down A+E valentines day night having said bunch removed from bodily orifice?

Fwog
#31
tyzwain
Why buy roses? There are other flowers out there, and ones that grow in a pot too...or so I've heard.


Pah .. flowers

A few years ago I my wife a set of brake pads for her car. Now that take more thought and consideration than following the flock and buying flowers :w00t:
#32
My fella is as tight as a badgers chuff so I doubt he will even go to poundland! He has money he just likes spending it on himself!

I have told him repeatedly that I would much rather have a (handwritten) love letter that i can keep forever than a big fat diamond.

Alas of course he would have to buy the paper and steal one of those stumpy pens from argos to write it.....
#33
great way to make yourself single for the 15th!
#34
Do they deliver?
#35
These certainly will not impress the other half, fellows you will get told off if you ever get this.

Best to buy flower pots if you want it to last.
#36
juicyjackie
My fella is as tight as a badgers chuff so I doubt he will even go to poundland! He has money he just likes spending it on himself!

I have told him repeatedly that I would much rather have a (handwritten) love letter that i can keep forever than a big fat diamond.

Alas of course he would have to buy the paper and steal one of those stumpy pens from argos to write it.....

lol, thought he would look after you if you are like your name suggests!
#37
I was gonna get her some with this message on last year. I bottled it last minute!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UaffEKXR_d0
#38
How brave must you be to get these and admit to the mrs where they came from?
#39
May i suggest you also start sleeping in one of these lol

http://www.exportlawblog.com/images/stab_vest.jpg
1 Like #40
nothing says "i dont really love you any more" than a sh*t bunch of plastic roses from the POUND LAND!

if you can take the guilt and your partner is thick as sh*t then go ahead and buy these but if not i would say make her a card from scratch, put something mushy in there and include tokens for back rubs, odd jobs done around the house and somehows your father.

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