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Free Sprig of Mistletoe - Morrisons

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Just announced on Facebook: To celebrate #Christmas we’re giving away a free sprig of mistletoe in store this week to spread traditional Christmas cheer. #PuckerUp
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To celebrate #Christmas we’re giving away a free sprig of mistletoe in store this week to spread traditional Christmas cheer. #PuckerUp
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garlicbreadxxx
great deal ! I just don't know where abouts to hang it ! Xxx

Belt buckle ????
9 Likes
kim9973
to spread christmas diseases more like

Woah! I don't know how far you go with mistletoe but I just stick with a kiss.
5 Likes
Careful, hanging mistletoe in 2016 might be classed as sexual harassment..

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2 Likes #1
great deal ! I just don't know where abouts to hang it ! Xxx
banned 3 Likes #2
great deal! finally a bit of Christmas cheer on this forum!! thanks op!!
1 Like #3
hmm, hard to find in the wild surprised they've been able to get so much of it tbh.
21 Likes #4
garlicbreadxxx
great deal ! I just don't know where abouts to hang it ! Xxx

Belt buckle ????
banned 1 Like #5
garlicbreadxxx
great deal ! I just don't know where abouts to hang it ! Xxx

right here in my house and I'll be under it waiting :D
3 Likes #6
http://www.moyma.co.uk/site/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/gurner5.jpg

Come on HUKDers - gizza kiss!
#7
to spread christmas diseases more like---reduced baileys, goose juice,-mistletoe-and bob's your uncle- as shown above!
9 Likes #8
kim9973
to spread christmas diseases more like

Woah! I don't know how far you go with mistletoe but I just stick with a kiss.
#9
kim9973
to spread christmas diseases more like---reduced baileys, goose juice,-mistletoe-and bob's your uncle- as shown above!

There's always one happy one :p Merry Christmas to the rest of the HUKDers
#10
sorry guys just having a laugh---bit naughty!
#11
schnide
http://www.moyma.co.uk/site/wp-content/uploads/2011/12/gurner5.jpg
Come on HUKDers - gizza kiss!
'gis a kiss
1 Like #12
thanks
#13
so do you have to ask for the mistletoe or is there someone giving it out in store? x
1 Like #14
Excellent! <3 Thanks for the heads-up!

Edited By: impish on Dec 12, 2016 17:03
3 Likes #15
flagstaff19651
garlicbreadxxx
great deal ! I just don't know where abouts to hang it ! Xxx

Belt buckle ????


​ooohhh matron !! Xxx. ( correct answer)! xxx
5 Likes #16
Careful, hanging mistletoe in 2016 might be classed as sexual harassment..
1 Like #17
Mylittlepony1969
so do you have to ask for the mistletoe or is there someone giving it out in store? x

Looks like they're just giving it out. Have a look on their FB page :)
banned 2 Likes #18
MoogleV
kim9973
to spread christmas diseases more like
Woah! I don't know how far you go with mistletoe but I just stick with a kiss.
I was wondering that myself haha
2 Likes #19
i dont have facebook but i googled and there are people in sashes instore giving them. x
1 Like #20
Might hang it off my John Thomas!
1 Like #21
Heat added. Have to say I am surprised to see that no one has mentioned that mistletoe is poisonous, waiting on the headline "Morrisons poisons Christmas shoppers"
1 Like #22
You kiss under it you don't eat it.
2 Likes #23
craigl
You kiss under it you don't eat it.
Yeah and young children are supposed to play with the small toys not eat them, yet the toys come with choking hazard warnings. My favourite warning is the "Keep away from children" you get on washing capsules, better advice has never been given
#24
Mmmm, free mistletoe, free kisses at Morrison's. Can't wait to get back to work tomorrow at atlas mills, Bolton. Perks of the job !!? lol xxx
2 Likes #25
Oh great. I allways mean to get some and then end up to skint so ta very much xxx
2 Likes #26
It must be Kissmass
1 Like #27
I wonder if you could use it for cuttings?
1 Like #28
It's real, so if it's in good condition, I don't see why not
#29
Wolfout
Heat added. Have to say I am surprised to see that no one has mentioned that mistletoe is poisonous, waiting on the headline "Morrisons poisons Christmas shoppers"

"Mistletoe can be deadly if you eat it."

"But a kiss can be even deadlier... if you mean it."
1 Like #30
my late and amazing Uncle Les and Aunty Minnie always had a sprig of mistletoe in their house at Xmas. They pinned it to the ceiling as you walked into the front room so you had to walk under it and get kissed when you visited. great times....... :(
1 Like #31
Mmmmm maybe try n get mine when the hot security guard is on shift in our local morrisons, heat heat heat<3X)
1 Like #32
Wonder how many times the person giving it out has been kissed?
1 Like #33
The staff in my local don't need mistletoe, according to my friend who works there the staff go into the toilets and do it themselves
1 Like #34
garlicbreadxxx
great deal ! I just don't know where abouts to hang it ! Xxx


​above your head then your guarenteed a smooch
2 Likes #35
bethesdamse
I wonder if you could use it for cuttings?

Mistletoe is a parasitic, it grows from seed (inside the mistletoe berries). If you have an apple tree scrape a small area of the bark off a branch and smear the berry (sticky) onto the cleared area. Then wait, and wait, and wait.......


Edited By: Bargainhuntersupreme on Dec 13, 2016 13:03
#36
Bargainhuntersupreme
bethesdamse
I wonder if you could use it for cuttings?
Mistletoe is a parasitic, it grows from seed (inside the mistletoe berries). If you have an apple tree scrape a small area of the bark off a branch and smear the berry (sticky) onto the cleared area. Then wait, and wait, and wait.......

It'll grow on an apple tree? I thought it was picky about who it buddied up with. I might try this.
#37
garlicbreadxxx
great deal ! I just don't know where abouts to hang it ! Xxx
I'm hanging mine from my belly button!
1 Like #38
Bargainhuntersupreme
bethesdamse
I wonder if you could use it for cuttings?
Mistletoe is a parasitic, it grows from seed (inside the mistletoe berries). If you have an apple tree scrape a small area of the bark off a branch and smear the berry (sticky) onto the cleared area. Then wait, and wait, and wait.......

It's a myth that you should scrape bark off - and one of the reasons many people fail to grow mistletoe. The seeds have evolved to work from outside the bark - just as they would be if planted by birds smearing the berries. I've grown it fairly easily following the advice on the mistletoe.org.uk website.
#39
Well I did a big shop in Morrisons today and I wasn't offered any mistletoe:(
#40
The women in my local are not atractive enough to kiss under the mistletoe

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