Kids party bag items any 20 packs for a £5 @ Asda - some packs have 8 items in them cant go wrong for kids partys - HotUKDeals
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each pack 68p or 20 for £5

Yoyos, bouncy balls, bubbles and many more
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#1
sounds like a good deal, thanks
#2
Fab -this is just what I needed thankyou so much
#3
good price...heat added
#4
perfect
#5
are these available in store?
#6
gchild
are these available in store?



yes
#7
great, party in 2 weeks!!! will pop out in a bit!!
#8
ace need them for my daughters party in a few months great find
#9
This made me shudder - I recently had a bad experience at my daughters 3 rd birthday when one of the older girls was about to leave and demanded (yes, demanded!) cake and a party bag. She just kept repeating it... 'CAKE? PARTY BAG???'. we didn't have any party bags, as personally my kids take everything out, break it into pieces and never play with the stuff in them again. They're not bothered about 'stuff', really. And I'm a bit bah humbug as I think it's odd giving kids stuff for coming to your child's party and eating half your food, treading the rest into your carpet and stuffing it down the side of the sofa , in fact, usually destroying your house.

This is not to say I don't think this is a hot deal - I have voted hot, as it's cheap :thumbsup: Better to pay the least possible for these damn party bags imo, lol.

I think I will have to get some in for my daughters birthday in June, however much it pains me to conform. Ouch. :x
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Lucyeff
This made me shudder - I recently had a bad experience at my daughters 3 rd birthday when one of the older girls was about to leave and demanded (yes, demanded!) cake and a party bag. She just kept repeating it... 'CAKE? PARTY BAG???'. we didn't have any party bags, as personally my kids take everything out, break it into pieces and never play with the stuff in them again. They're not bothered about 'stuff', really. And I'm a bit bah humbug as I think it's odd giving kids stuff for coming to your child's party and eating half your food, treading the rest into your carpet and stuffing it down the side of the sofa , in fact, usually destroying your house.

This is not to say I don't think this is a hot deal - I have voted hot, as it's cheap :thumbsup: Better to pay the least possible for these damn party bags imo, lol.

I think I will have to get some in for my daughters birthday in June, however much it pains me to conform. Ouch. :x


I hope her parents were extremely embarassed, and shouted at her until she cried for being a right little biatch.

Perhaps im just not ready for parenthood.
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Lucyeff
This made me shudder - I recently had a bad experience at my daughters 3 rd birthday when one of the older girls was about to leave and demanded (yes, demanded!) cake and a party bag. She just kept repeating it... 'CAKE? PARTY BAG???'. we didn't have any party bags, as personally my kids take everything out, break it into pieces and never play with the stuff in them again. They're not bothered about 'stuff', really. And I'm a bit bah humbug as I think it's odd giving kids stuff for coming to your child's party and eating half your food, treading the rest into your carpet and stuffing it down the side of the sofa , in fact, usually destroying your house.

This is not to say I don't think this is a hot deal - I have voted hot, as it's cheap :thumbsup: Better to pay the least possible for these damn party bags imo, lol.

I think I will have to get some in for my daughters birthday in June, however much it pains me to conform. Ouch. :x


Lol thats happened to us before too , couldnt help smirking as her mother grabbed her by the arm and dragged her out apologising all the way. , my kids are spoilt too but not to that extent.

Voted hot , good deal if you have a party coming up.
#12
Just got back and got 60 bouncy balls for £5. That, some cake and a lolly pop along with the balloon the magician is giving them will be more than enough!!!
#13
Brilliant ..heat added ... gt my daughters party end of the month shall pop in 2moz :)

xx
#14
BorisTheSpider
I hope her parents were extremely embarassed, and shouted at her until she cried for being a right little biatch.

Perhaps im just not ready for parenthood.


We were so skint tbh, that's another reason we didn;t have party bags and it made me feel bloody awful :x Little gob$hite, eh.

Nothing can prepare you for how horrible (and tbh cloutable) other people's kids can be, chuck. I am constantly biting my tongue. My own are pretty horrendous at times, but if there's something that gets my goat it's greed and rudeness. Grrrr. And bullying. Unfortunately that's some kids are made of. :roll:

ps I don't clout kids as a rule btw, definitely not my own, hee hee. Only in my thoughts. And if you want advice on parenthood, I would say get a golden retriever instead, lol. ;-)
#15
as usual uk only .......... boohoo :(

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