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tesco packaged costumes and bikini's are reduced to a pound!!!!!! these are the ones that are in a bag and were 3.50. good just to go on holl with and not worry too much about them!

in black, baby blue and hot pink

not sure if this is availible online but is defo in store
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#1
Not reduced in my local branch (Aylesbury).
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but, shame this is how it will look on the average Tesco shopper..

http://showthelove.com/bigstockphoto_Fat_Woman_1037419.jpg
#3
eewwwww!!!!!
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If they are selling for a pound, how much goes to the people who make these?! What conditions do they have to work in? Can they afford to feed their children, or are the clothes made by children? Take a look at the websites of ActionAid, Labour Behind the Label, Oxfam and War on Want. According to Actionaid, workers in Bangladash get as little as 5p-an-hour for 14-hour days.
#5
Hot, even if it's just for the image :whistling:
#6
that pic of the woman in the sea, obv posted by a man cos the link goes to "fat woman in the sea" :w00t: she's not fat, , you'd not wanna se me in a bikini :-D i have a plump tummy :x
#7
sorry , she is fat :-D
#8
the original one is......................................:thumbsup:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/images/deals/219878.jpg
#9
markbargain
If they are selling for a pound, how much goes to the people who make these?! What conditions do they have to work in? Can they afford to feed their children, or are the clothes made by children? Take a look at the websites of ActionAid, Labour Behind the Label, Oxfam and War on Want. According to Actionaid, workers in Bangladash get as little as 5p-an-hour for 14-hour days.


The cost of living isn't the same as other countries, and at least they're not out of work.
#10
Hizz
The cost of living isn't the same as other countries, and at least they're not out of work.


So you think 70p for a 14-hour day, to use Actionaid's example, is OK?

The point is that the lower prices get, the more the overseas workers are forced to work longer hours for poverty pay as they struggle to house and feed themselves and their families.

We COULD pay a few pence more and allow the people who make our clothes to earn a living wage. Why don't we do that?
#11
markbargain
So you think 70p for a 14-hour day, to use Actionaid's example, is OK?

The point is that the lower prices get, the more the overseas workers are forced to work longer hours for poverty pay as they struggle to house and feed themselves and their families.

We COULD pay a few pence more and allow the people who make our clothes to earn a living wage. Why don't we do that?




who cares and who made you the conscience police to give us a dressing down for wanting to get a bargain. I'm gonna buy that bikini in protest I should maybe also wear it and send you a photo for your attempt at making people feel guilty but i ain't gonna be shaving my legs or my beer belly
#12
dontasciime
who cares and who made you the conscience police to give us a dressing down for wanting to get a bargain. I'm gonna buy that bikini in protest I should maybe also wear it and send you a photo for your attempt at making people feel guilty but i ain't gonna be shaving my legs or my beer belly


A ha! And the £1 bikini prize goes to... YOU for having just written the most ignorant post!

Way to go, mate! :thumbsup:
#13
just posting what i thought was a hot deal, your choice if not! at the end of the day tesco obv paid them what they paid in bulk, if tesco don;t do it, others will like primark, and adsa and H and m! and well lets face it yeah its not nice for people tpo be working like that, but other companies are gonna buy it so it will still happen in the world. untill every comapny makes a stand nothing is gonna change. be if right or worng, not a ot we as individucals can do about it!
#14
markbargain
If they are selling for a pound, how much goes to the people who make these?! What conditions do they have to work in? Can they afford to feed their children, or are the clothes made by children? Take a look at the websites of ActionAid, Labour Behind the Label, Oxfam and War on Want. According to Actionaid, workers in Bangladash get as little as 5p-an-hour for 14-hour days.


:w00t: do you think tesco get thier stock on tick?!! then pay the people after they have sold the stuff??!!
#15
Got one yesterday, bit on the skimpy side but fits like a glove. What do you think:-
http://msp301.photobucket.com/albums/nn47/romano_017/fat-bikini.jpg
#16
di1985
just posting what i thought was a hot deal, your choice if not! at the end of the day tesco obv paid them what they paid in bulk, if tesco don;t do it, others will like primark, and adsa and H and m! and well lets face it yeah its not nice for people tpo be working like that, but other companies are gonna buy it so it will still happen in the world. untill every comapny makes a stand nothing is gonna change. be if right or worng, not a ot we as individucals can do about it!


With those sort of morals you could argue anything. It's okay to graffiti, fly-tip or mug people because if you don't, others will.

There ARE things we can do because we are the ones with the spending power! Don't spend our money on exploitation. Buy Fairtrade. Write to stores to complain about exploitation of workers. There was a campaign against Gap a few years back resulting in them introducing factory inspections and whilst they are not perfect, it was a big step forward.
#17
kirsty1981
:w00t: do you think tesco get thier stock on tick?!! then pay the people after they have sold the stuff??!!


No, I don't. However, the lower the prices, the lower the margins, the more pressure on reducing workers' conditions.
#18
A ha! And the £1 bikini prize goes to... YOU for having just written the most ignorant post!

Way to go, mate!



Here my post was in jest how could you not tell ?


Anyways to all who think they are morally better than everyone else YOU ARE NOT cos no doubt your typing it on a cheap computer that is wasting loads of energy.

Also what are you doing on a site looking for bargains if your opposed to slave labour you cannot be serious
#19
Thought I looked pretty good - heading back to buy some more.

http://www.theage.com.au/ffximage/2007/04/06/FIREMAN_narrowweb__300x557,0.jpg
#20
Hizz
Got one yesterday, bit on the skimpy side but fits like a glove. What do you think:-
http://msp301.photobucket.com/albums/nn47/romano_017/fat-bikini.jpg


that thing costs 20 iraqis, 7 afghans and 1 square mile of ozone layer at the least.
:x
#21
And just so it's clear my Who cares comment.


You see on TV / website newspaper about the working conditions of people making clothes in India etc and you think when seeing it thats bad and you hope things get better.

Then before you know it your off To asda's/george or primark to get some cheap holiday clothes and there it is Who Cares
#22
this is a forum for bargains........so take your politcally correct **** and stick it where the sun dont shine.......:roll:

Love the piccs....keep em coming:thumbsup:

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