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Grandad Glasses Case £2.00 + Free Click & Collect at Matalan - Perfect extra gift for Fathers Day

£2.00 @ Matalan
"Reserved for Grandad's Glasses" case. Perfect little gift for the Grandad that's always loosing his glasses! 8) £2 Online with free click & collect, or £2 in store if in stock. Read More
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2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago
"Reserved for Grandad's Glasses" case. Perfect little gift for the Grandad that's always loosing his glasses! 8) £2 Online with free click & collect, or £2 in store if in stock.
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2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago
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1 Like #1
Shame it actually says "grandads", poor show Matalan.
1 Like #2
A gift for Grandad, on Father's Day... am I missing something? ;)
1 Like #3
fairylights33
Shame it actually says "grandads", poor show Matalan.

Ah Grandad won't know if he hasn't got his glasses on :D
#4
Arggghhh. Not only is it spelt / spelled wrong (it's 2 d's) there's no apostrophe
#5
freccle
Arggghhh. Not only is it spelt / spelled wrong (it's 2 d's) there's no apostrophe

2 D's ??? Like this > Granddad <- I have never spelt it like that.... or ever seen it like that... why would you use two D's ? oO

Edited By: Smaybelline on May 09, 2017 19:45
#6
Oxford Dictionary lists Grandad and says other "Granddad" and another site says the one with 2 d's is American. Feels strange seeing it with 2 D's.. never used that spelling.
#7
The correct spelling is "Granddad." The rationale for this is that the word "Grandma" combines the words "grand" and "ma." By analogy, "Granddad" combines the words "grand" and "dad." If the word in question were spelled "Grandad" it would mean (theoretically) a grand ad, which is not what was looked for.
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bet you're a hoot at a party freccle
1 Like #9
ROFL - I did actually cut and paste the above. not ever having had one, I've never really had to spell "granddad" but yes, the 2 d's does look a bit clunky

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