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£12.00 inc Delivery for 10 Eco-Friendly Sky Lanterns from Night Sky Lanterns using coupon code

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Got this in an email campaign and discounted by £34.85! 10 x Eco Friendly Sky Lanterns including delivery. Individually wrapped and 100% biodegradable. Use code APRIL321 to get this price
Alicey Avatar3y, 7m agoFound 3 years, 7 months ago5 Comments
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emribena
HERE £4.38 delivered for 48 from Play.com

Very many thanks, what a great price for 48 - just ordered! I used one in March as it was the first Mothers Day without my Mum, will be sending her another for her birthday in June ;)
I used to sell the red heart shaped one's on Ebay and people used to write on them to propose or use them at weddings, really nice touch but the postage and Ebay fees have ruined it now :(
Tan
emribena
HERE £4.38 delivered for 48 from Play.com

Very many thanks, what a great price for 48 - just ordered! I used one in March as it was the first Mothers Day without my Mum, will be sending her another for her birthday in June ;)
Errr how can they be eco-friendly when they set fire to trees and bushes, are responsible for setting fire to barns and washing lines.... well that's what happened after I released the last batch from my back garden. F****** dangerous items

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don't!!! sell these in poundland
HERE £4.38 delivered for 48 from Play.com
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50 Giant Flying Lanterns £29.00 + £4.95 p&p @ Night Sky Lanterns

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4.95 added for postage as you checkout, but still a blinding offer!
MemoryMan Avatar6y, 2m agoFound 6 years, 2 months ago24 Comments
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lol at some on this thread X)
What has this got to do with the danger of chopped wire in the feed stuff?

Cattle are housed in barns in the winter, but on pasture in the summer. In the winter they are fed on hay and silage, which is where the danger is with these lanterns.

The farmers can take much better care if the feed is not contaminated with litter.

Anyway, there is no need to SHOUT (you can turn off the caps lock).
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csiman
queenieburns
melcarroll
Snomaes
melcarroll
I also struggle to see that they could cause any harm to animals..
Struggle no more....http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8490524.stm
I did read that article, but as I said the lanterns that I bought did not have any wire, only biodegradable string that is why I could not see how the ones that I bought could cause harm, I can clearly see if they have sharp metal in that would be a problem.
THE FARMERS NEED TO TAKE BETTER CARE OF THEIR ANIMALS! BRING THEM IN AT NIGHT INTO THE WARMTH OF A BARN!
ARE YOU FOR REAL? DID THEY HAVE BARNS THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO?


TO BE FAIR.... (cough.. cough).. I mean to be fair the farm animals we have after many years of selective breeding etc have very little in common with the wild animals that roamed the hills and valleys of ancient Britain.

to be fair, what has keeping animals in a barn got to do with flying lanterns lol
csiman
queenieburns
melcarroll
Snomaes
melcarroll
I also struggle to see that they could cause any harm to animals..
Struggle no more....http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8490524.stm
I did read that article, but as I said the lanterns that I bought did not have any wire, only biodegradable string that is why I could not see how the ones that I bought could cause harm, I can clearly see if they have sharp metal in that would be a problem.
THE FARMERS NEED TO TAKE BETTER CARE OF THEIR ANIMALS! BRING THEM IN AT NIGHT INTO THE WARMTH OF A BARN!
ARE YOU FOR REAL? DID THEY HAVE BARNS THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO?

TO BE FAIR.... (cough.. cough).. I mean to be fair the farm animals we have after many years of selective breeding etc have very little in common with the wild animals that roamed the hills and valleys of ancient Britain.
queenieburns
melcarroll
Snomaes
melcarroll
I also struggle to see that they could cause any harm to animals..


Struggle no more....http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk/8490524.stm


I did read that article, but as I said the lanterns that I bought did not have any wire, only biodegradable string that is why I could not see how the ones that I bought could cause harm, I can clearly see if they have sharp metal in that would be a problem.


THE FARMERS NEED TO TAKE BETTER CARE OF THEIR ANIMALS! BRING THEM IN AT NIGHT INTO THE WARMTH OF A BARN!

ARE YOU FOR REAL? DID THEY HAVE BARNS THOUSANDS OF YEARS AGO?