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2x Pregnancy tests £1 - Poundworld
2x Pregnancy tests £1 - Poundworld

2x Pregnancy tests £1 - Poundworld

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With the festive season finally over, it's better to be safe than sorry with a Poundworld Pregnancy Test.

Why spend a fortune when you can get this with spare change? Valentine's Day is around the corner , treat her to something special.

Plenty of stock but don't be surprised if it's all gone by the time you get to one! I bought 6 packs to hand out next christmas!

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Hmmm, surely if you're using one of these the whole 'better safe than sorry' thing has already gone out the window.

Heat added though.

3 for 79p in home bargains

Don't use these, I had a positive on a clearblue and these we're constantly negative

everypennycounts

3 for 79p in home bargains



Someone's had a eventful New year!

Stable door and horse springs to mind

https://s9.postimg.org/9im7e4prj/preg.png

I bet the Jeremy Kyle show stock up on these

I recently learnt that women are selling positive pregnancy tests on Facebook. this is so unethical and disgraceful!

if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford the baby

alansl77

if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford … if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford the baby



Or you'll be given the world by the government that seems to incentivise the young to reproduce regardless of their ability to afford it! Easiest way for a young lady to get a house paid for! And due to social housing rules on new estates they get the same house you work your backside off to afford!

Genius country this is!

it's a........basta4rd.

Interesting..... is it fact or total dodgy fiction.... and aload of BS

nothing says peace of mind like a quidshop preggo test

sparklehedgehog

Or you'll be given the world by the government that seems to incentivise … Or you'll be given the world by the government that seems to incentivise the young to reproduce regardless of their ability to afford it! Easiest way for a young lady to get a house paid for! And due to social housing rules on new estates they get the same house you work your backside off to afford!Genius country this is!



​But... but... the immigrants...

You will need one of these if you buy Poundland condoms

Heat. Gonna get a couple and leave in the bathroom when the grandchildren visit..;)

Buy 5 packs, and get a free roll of clingfilm to use as a contraceptive.
Edited by: "Gentle_Giant" 4th Jan

Does it include "Delivery within 9 months?"

I'll get my coat.

Get a real test visit the FPC or your GP.

snowflake75

I recently learnt that women are selling positive pregnancy tests on … I recently learnt that women are selling positive pregnancy tests on Facebook. this is so unethical and disgraceful!



Brilliany Business idea!

Classy...............................................

Perfect timing as last night I boned twin sisters from Bedworth, or was it Nuneaton?

muffboy

Perfect timing as last night I boned twin sisters from Bedworth, or was … Perfect timing as last night I boned twin sisters from Bedworth, or was it Nuneaton?




Or perhaps that small West Midlands village, Dreamonpal....................?

somethings in life you have to pay proper money for and one of them is a pregnancy test.

alansl77

if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford … if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford the baby



That's okay cos abortions are free.

Elevation

That's okay cos abortions are free.



​Ohh that's a bit close to the bone that is.

nicmall

​Ohh that's a bit close to the bone that is.



Just a handy fact to know. I'll post it in the Freebies section.

kelsbels12

Don't use these, I had a positive on a clearblue and these we're … Don't use these, I had a positive on a clearblue and these we're constantly negative



​Please tell me you're male

Phila4

Or perhaps that small West Midlands village, … Or perhaps that small West Midlands village, Dreamonpal....................?



Blimey, they weren't your sisters were they? Sorry about that......

i've had to give heat for not only the original post but the hilarious comments on it too lol!

Pregnancy test kit from Poundworld
Surely you jest me!!!

kelsbels12

Don't use these, I had a positive on a clearblue and these we're … Don't use these, I had a positive on a clearblue and these we're constantly negative


What a surprise eh!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

carolynoliver

i've had to give heat for not only the original post but the hilarious … i've had to give heat for not only the original post but the hilarious comments on it too lol!


Caroly? how do you live with no liver? oO

usetheforceluke

somethings in life you have to pay proper money for and one of them is a … somethings in life you have to pay proper money for and one of them is a pregnancy test.



lol well you would be shocked to know you can get 15 pregnancy tests for £2.99 on Amazon. It's a little strip of paper with some chemicals on. Same as you would get at the docs (though you'd be waiting weeks for an appointment and hopefully get a dressing down from the GP if you wanted to do it that way!) . this is not a situation where more expensive necessarily means better quality! And trust me I've been there done that. Though to be fair there's a bit of plastic round these ones though...

alansl77

if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford … if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford the baby



Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!

Trust me - hospitals use incredibly cheap test sticks (around 6p each...).

While it is true that hcg levels vary in the early stages of pregnancy - and the £10 sticks are more sensitive to the hormone - the cheap sticks work just as well when hcg concentration is at a level to confirm pregnancy.

So to say that 'if you shop at poundland.... you cant afford a baby' is a nonsense. Our household has a 6 figure income and i can absolutely assure you that our 3 kids were all confirmed by poundland pregnancy tests.
Edited by: "iamprobably" 5th Jan

iamprobably

Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust … Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust me - hospitals use incredibly cheap test sticks (around 6p each...). While it is true that hcg levels vary in the early stages of pregnancy - and the £10 sticks are more sensitive to the hormone - the cheap sticks work just as well when hcg concentration is at a level to confirm pregnancy.So to say that 'if you shop at poundland.... you cant afford a baby' is a nonsense. Our household has a 6 figure income and i can absolutely assure you that our 3 kids were all confirmed by poundland pregnancy tests.



I completely agree

iamprobably

Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust … Which is of course absolute rubbish spouted by an ill informed twit!Trust me - hospitals use incredibly cheap test sticks (around 6p each...). While it is true that hcg levels vary in the early stages of pregnancy - and the £10 sticks are more sensitive to the hormone - the cheap sticks work just as well when hcg concentration is at a level to confirm pregnancy.So to say that 'if you shop at poundland.... you cant afford a baby' is a nonsense. Our household has a 6 figure income and i can absolutely assure you that our 3 kids were all confirmed by poundland pregnancy tests.



Exactly. +1. When you're trying for a baby you go through tons of these things. I like the fact that they are cheap because then you can take two a day and measure the change as the "line" (read: figment of your imagination) gets darker and positive. Sounds a bit mad but something many women do when trying for a baby.

Also, the fact that I shop in Poundland/Home Bargains/B&M means that we CAN afford the cost of our children.

alansl77

if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford … if you go to pound shop for pregnancy test then you probably can't afford the baby



I'm appalled with your comment! A baby requires loving parents - it's not all about ££.
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