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Merry Xmas My Friends :)

Joshanna Avatar
9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
So just thouhght id take sometime to say merry xmas to you all and thank you all for the money youve saved me over the festive period - well i say saved me money, infact i havent saved any money, ive just bought more stuff instead :oops:

I could go on and on for hours, but i wont bore you - it is xmas after all!

Thanks to everyone who as a result of posting ive bought the product, i usually always say thanks and leave rep, but if i havent here is my thanks :)

Many thanks guys, love being here, hope you all have a happy and safe xmas :)
Joshanna Avatar
9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
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#1
Thanks Joshy, Happy Christmas to you and your son :)
#2
Thanks for the xmas greetings.Hope you and your family have a lovely time opening all those bargainous presents you have gathered in the 3 months you have been dealseeking on HUKD.Merry xmas to you too emma.
Bazr.:santa: :friends:
#3
Ill try, but looks like the little one is ill bless him :-(
#4
Sorry to hear that.Poor little fella. :-(
#5
He'll be ok :) just losing his voice, and sore throat, not looking forward to popping to tescos later to get some medicine though, bet its bedlam....
#6
Joshanna
He'll be ok :) just losing his voice, and sore throat, not looking forward to popping to tescos later to get some medicine though, bet its bedlam....


an employee at my local said it was bedlam at 6am yesterday morning!!!
#7
emmajk42
an employee at my local said it was bedlam at 6am yesterday morning!!!


I bet its bedlam at all supermarkets today TBH ....
#8
All Tesco stores are closing today at 10.30 am,best get your skates on josh...........................................Nah,only kidding. :lol: :evil:
#9
I was crapping myself then :giggle:
#10
Tescos was mental just as i knew it would be!
Didnt expect the pharmacy to be open today either, so was pleasantly suprised :)

I was also well suprised by how many people hasd trolleys bursting over with food, how can people leave it to late :shock:
#11
Joshanna
He'll be ok :) just losing his voice, and sore throat, not looking forward to popping to tescos later to get some medicine though, bet its bedlam....


Wish his mother would lose her voice !! LOL...but seriously thanks for all the entertainment you've brought to HUKD ..hope your son gets better for tomorrow..it's that time of year when illness strikes just when we should be enjoying ourselves.

Have a great Christmas and may 2007 bring you even more great bargains.
#12
Merry Christmas you too and hope you little one is feeling better now :santa:
#13
currychops
Wish his mother would lose her voice !!
Have a great Christmas and may 2007 bring you even more great bargains.


:shock: how cheeky :giggle:
Lovely to be here, i love it :)
#14
Bless him, hes still not well, hes been sleeping nearly all day, will be awful if hes not fit for tomorrow
#15
Hope he gets well soon.

Merry Christmas to all! :santa:
#16
How's the wee fella ? Hope he's a lot better and loving xmas.:santa:
#17
Hes really poorly actually, most of his pressies sit upopened aswell :-(
#18
[SIZE=2]Ah :| Not much fun when they're unwell over Christmas, or anytime come to that.[/SIZE]
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[SIZE=2]Hope he's feeling better tomorrow and can enjoy his pressies then.[/SIZE]
#19
Hes perking up a little bit now, going to see if he wants to open some presents as he only opened literally a couple yesterday, thankfully hes still a little young to appreciate xmas, next year will be great!

Hope everyone else had a great day :)
#20
how old is he? :)
#21
He was 2 in october :)

Doesnt understand all this father xmas stuff yet, and he doesnt properly rip presents open like there going out of fashion, roll on next year, its going to be great :)
#22
bless, a great age, mine are 6,9 and 12 saturday, xmas is usually mad, but this year they are at their dads :( so im looking forward to next year too, only draw back is as they get older their prsents get more expensive!!!
#23
loupomm
bless, a great age, mine are 6,9 and 12 saturday, xmas is usually mad, but this year they are at their dads :( so im looking forward to next year too, only draw back is as they get older their prsents get more expensive!!!


:giggle: tell me about this,im dreading the £180 console which sells out before i put a foot near town, and im not going to pay £300 for it :whistling:
Apparantly i bought too many presents for him this year, oh well, you only live once and he is my little boy :giggle:
#24
yes i get told ive bought too much but i say you only live once, if you can do it why not!! i bought early this year, not wanting to struggle to get what they wanted, only for one of the biggies to be rudeced to half price just before!! but hey never mind,made a few savings thanks to this site so all good in the end, :):)
#25
:giggle: i couldnt fit all mine in the car to get to my mums :oops: but oh well, he deserves it all i guess, xmas only comes around once :giggle:
I bought his big present (electric car) a few months ago in the sale also, and ill be buying all year round.
Some of the pressies he got were curtosy of being found on here :)

He does open presents, but not to see whats inside, just opens then to get the wrapping off if you get what i mean :giggle:
#26
yes, bet he loves them all despite whats inside too!! im lucky enough to have grateful kids whatever i get them but i try my best! my 6 year old was sooo happy with her make up set i neednt of bothered with the rest! went to her dads looking like a panto dame!
#27
:giggle: my little boys favourite present it a £12,50 trolley from ELC - so much so both me and my mum bought him one so he has 1 at my home and 1 at my mums :giggle:
They all have there favourites, and sometimes its the cheapest that ends up being the favourite :giggle:
#28
my mums always said that!, and it is true, :)
#29
I think i might get annoyed when he starts playing with the boxs though :shock: :giggle:
#30
the drawer back of xmas.... all the paper and boxes lol
#31
Yep, ive got the wrapping paper to pick up, everything is still boxed at the moment though :giggle:
When do you kids come home?
#32
they went xmas eve, come back tomorrow, then off again saturday afternoon as its my eldest's birthday,we had our 'xmas day' saturday so ive done lots of clearing up, but no doubt they will come home with lots more boxes!
#33
:giggle: im sure they will :)

Bet your counting the days till next xmas already when you get them, 364 to go :giggle:
#34
yes i love it!! :)
#35
loupomm
bless, a great age, mine are 6,9 and 12
as they get older their presents get more expensive!!!

My two are 26 and 24 and both still living at home with us :cry: and have cost us an arm and a leg over the years.:viking:
Still no sign of them flying the nest,in fact it is worse now,as my son's girlfriend tends to stay over a lot.
You've got it all to come,you lucky people.:roll:
Glad to hear,the little 'un is a lot better josh.:)
#36
bazr
My two are 26 and 24 and both still living at home with us :cry: and have cost us an arm and a leg over the years.:viking:
Still no sign of them flying the nest,in fact it is worse now,as my son's girlfriend tends to stay over a lot.
You've got it all to come,you lucky people.:roll:
Glad to hear,the little 'un is a lot better josh.:)


:giggle: boys dont tend to want to leave home!
at 26/24 i think id be forcefully removing them though :giggle:

Hes alot better today, just a shame has was really ill on the day of the year he shouldnt be :-(
#37
Joshanna
:giggle: boys dont tend to want to leave home!
at 26/24 i think id be forcefully removing them though :giggle:


The eldest one is a girl.So bang goes your theory.:giggle:
As for forcefully removing them,my son is six foot and sixteen stone.:roll:
I think surgically removed might be a better option.;-)
#38
thanks for the heads up bazr!, cant wait for the joys ahead, with my eldest turning 12 saturday not long before the teenage stage.....aaarrrgggg
#39
bazr
The eldest one is a girl.So bang goes your theory.:giggle:
As for forcefully removing them,my son is six foot and sixteen stone.:roll:
I think surgically removed might be a better option.;-)


:giggle: ooops!
Maybe there too skint to afford it, hope they dont treat your home like a hotel :whistling:
#40
Haven't seen you posting much lately joshanna,hope all is well with you and the wee fella.:santa:

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