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Happy Sack Christmas Pudding Bin Bags £5.00 @ Play

£5.00 @ Play.Com
You have to waste cash at Christmas time and what better to waste it on lol :) Read More
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7y, 7m agoFound 7 years, 7 months ago
You have to waste cash at Christmas time and what better to waste it on lol :)
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#1
Dear me :lol:
#2
£5 for 12 binbags.................who can afford that?!?!?!?!?!?!
#3
I'd actually get them for the laugh, but our rubbish won't be took unless its in a wheelie bin!!
#4
And we have to use a wheelie bin here so nobody would see it anyway!
#5
Have some heat just for the title!
#6
How does something like that get to market? Can you imagine pitching it on Dragons Den??
#7
busymom
£5 for 12 binbags.................who can afford that?!?!?!?!?!?!


Me, and most people I would have thought. Its only a bit of fun for the Christmas period and I'm sure ven you could strech to £5.00:whistling:
#8
Perfect secret santa gift!!

Heat from me! :thumbsup:
#9
farmergiles;6705819
Perfect secret santa gift!!

Heat from me! :thumbsup:

And me... :)
#10
so tempting!
#11
I want them

Heat from me :-D
#12
It really made me chuckle so have some heat. I'd love to see these huge xmas puddings sitting outside someones house!
#13
will save loads of time and expense wrapping individual pressies - just stick them in these :thumbsup:
#14
to be honest, £5 is steep, and people paying that sort of money need shot...
and besides, your not allowed more than one sack outside the wheelie bin for collection in most areas in the UK anyway, so again the only thing you have succeeded in doing is amusing the bin men or confusing them in the early hours of the morning, for about 30 seconds...
#15
lol good idea janz , could be cool to be used instead of wrapping for some big oversized presents. :D
#16
These are great, im on wheelie bins but my sister isnt-so got some for her-Thanks,heat from me.
#17
ZedEx
lol good idea janz , could be cool to be used instead of wrapping for some big oversized presents. :D


What a great idea-maybe i will keep them instead of giving them to my sister!! :thumbsup:
#18
LightningPete
to be honest, £5 is steep, and people paying that sort of money need shot...
and besides, your not allowed more than one sack outside the wheelie bin for collection in most areas in the UK anyway, so again the only thing you have succeeded in doing is amusing the bin men or confusing them in the early hours of the morning, for about 30 seconds...


bah humbug
#19
I think they look great, we don't have wheelie bins here, so they might raise a smile :santa:
#20
h0ogy remember that when your in need of £5 then realise that forum comment i made on HUKD was a good idea after all ;)
#21
Is it just me or are these massively depressing?
#22
or look like giant stools with icing on...
#23
Save the fiver and give it to your binmen for xmas drinks, i certainly wouldnt like to do their job!
#24
I've ordered them - we dont have wheelie bins here - I think they are great as a novelty - no bah humbug from me
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h2w
Save the fiver and give it to your binmen for xmas drinks, i certainly wouldnt like to do their job!


What do they need the fiver for? Steroids maybe, ours won't shift a bin unless you can lift it with an eight foot feather using your teeth! :x
#26
Ideal for wrapping big pressies
#27
snowbrow
Ideal for wrapping big pressies

That's a good point.

I'd also be tempted to use them for rubbish if it wasn't for the wheelie bins.
#28
The council probably won't take it as it's the wrong colour!
#29
Double post somehow?????
#30
These are absolutely great, have some heat!
#31
LightningPete
to be honest, £5 is steep, and people paying that sort of money need shot...
and besides, your not allowed more than one sack outside the wheelie bin for collection in most areas in the UK anyway, so again the only thing you have succeeded in doing is amusing the bin men or confusing them in the early hours of the morning, for about 30 seconds...
Who pi$$ed on your chips?! talk about miserable!
#32
almost got these thinking it said bean bags lol!!!!
#33
Can't use these for rubbish as we are wheelie bins (with no extra bags allowed) here but I am going to get some for the kids presents as I think they are great - I googled them and found another site who sells them for £10 but they do wicked goldfish bowl ones too!!
#34
rodders2009
What do they need the fiver for? Steroids maybe, ours won't shift a bin unless you can lift it with an eight foot feather using your teeth! :x


Too Funny....

Ours refused to take a case of larger bottles left next to the glass box (christmas extras) because they weren't in the proper box...:x
So they left them there on the pavement for the rain to make soggy, and then spill all over the pavement and road....:thinking::x

These made me laff, and if we werent wheelied up i'd be tempted ;)
#35
Class, just class. £5 to impress the whole street; worth it!!
#36
h2w
Save the fiver and give it to your binmen for xmas drinks, i certainly wouldnt like to do their job!


:thinking:

i remember when the bin men actually walked up the garden path (not that far as to need to get a taxi) to collect the rubbish, now if they cant reach it without stretching they wont pick it up :x
#37
You could use them to store stuff (i.e. Christmas Decorations) in the loft for next year - at least you'd know which bag to go for!
#38
Am gutted that I have a wheelie bin - I LOVE THEM!!!!!
#39
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#40
:santa: [SIZE="4"][FONT="Comic Sans MS"]These would be great for wrapping really big kids presents with! Are they quite strong , or really thin?[/FONT][/SIZE]

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