Ashtray 25p for two @ Wilko instore
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Ashtray 25p for two @ Wilko instore

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Found 31st Aug 2014
25p for two in wilkinsons.

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could use these as bowls for nuts

snowflake75

could use these as bowls for nuts


I see you like the high life.

popoyaya

I see you like the high life.



lol yes I do!!

An ashtray-is that something I can use under my log burning stove...?

Oh it's for cigarettes. You must mean a vapour tray!

No...? You mean people still inhale all that smog and pollution from those expensive paper sticks?! (_;)

People still sell these?? O.O

You can get em free out side pubs and cafes

Cancer-stick holders. Nice!

Smoking hot..

gets coat

where is the proper link

popoyaya

I see you like the high life.



As opposed to those using them for their intended purpose?

I'm not sure smokers really get the whole "value for money" thing.

petethebigone

You can get em free out side pubs and cafes

...which is stealing.

I think this is a good deal, they don't have to be used as ashtrays.

These stink!!

Don't most smokers just tap the ash into their empty cider can?

I can remember when an ashtray would cost more than a pack of 20! Whereas now the price for 20 B&H is almost that of a lung transplant!

I suppose you could use them for decoration. Maybe for Christmas, stick a large red candle in the middle and surround it with nuts or pine cones, maybe a bit of mistletoe to make it look all festive. 25p a bargain either way.

Looks like this deal is set to go up in smoke. I'm glad I gave the ciggies up. It bought my last car but best of all I am no longer giving the government nearly 5 quids a day in extra tax, my clothes don't smell, my hair doesn't smell, my breath doesn't smell (of smoke), my house doesn't smell. How can anyone afford to smoke these days and just wish I had never started. Am so glad I gave up.

Saw these at local store - the rack was pretty much full in the evening so I guess they are finding it difficult to get rid off even at this price...!

I wonder how much they cost to make...

Hot, I suppose, for those of you still out there with this vile habit!

Smoking is for winners!

Smartguy1

Looks like this deal is set to go up in smoke. I'm glad I gave the … Looks like this deal is set to go up in smoke. I'm glad I gave the ciggies up. It bought my last car but best of all I am no longer giving the government nearly 5 quids a day in extra tax, my clothes don't smell, my hair doesn't smell, my breath doesn't smell (of smoke), my house doesn't smell. How can anyone afford to smoke these days and just wish I had never started. Am so glad I gave up.



Quitter

I was in the shop the other day and saw someone paying £8 for 20 cigarettes oO
When I packed in about ten years ago they were about £2.80 and I thought that was expensive.
Its unbelievable people still fund our government with this cancer tax.

I thought that the streets were used for ashtrays.

Keep people smoking I say. It creates a massive revenue that would have to be found from other ways if it wasn't there! Ie non smokers.

great thx ,brilliant for plant pot holders

Just buy ciggies in another country, that way the UK government gets nothing.(_;)

Inactive

Just buy ciggies in another country, that way the UK government gets … Just buy ciggies in another country, that way the UK government gets nothing.(_;)


Another country? What about the tax on petrol and airline tax ?
Our government will screw us anyway they can.

paulandpam1

Another country? What about the tax on petrol and airline tax ?Our … Another country? What about the tax on petrol and airline tax ?Our government will screw us anyway they can.



just walk into pretty much any cornershop and ask for the cheap ones, watch as the bootleg and fake ciggies come out at a fraction of the price.

1duck

just walk into pretty much any cornershop and ask for the cheap ones, … just walk into pretty much any cornershop and ask for the cheap ones, watch as the bootleg and fake ciggies come out at a fraction of the price.


Mm sawdust ciggies .

RobiCraig

Quitter



I know, along with my wife and son in law. That's £15 a day less in extra wasted government tax from our family. No wonder we have such a huge financial deficit with everyone quitting.

paulandpam1

Mm sawdust ciggies .



As apposed to:

Tar - a mixture of dangerous chemicals
Arsenic - used in wood preservatives
Benzene - an industrial solvent, refined from crude oil
Cadmium - used in batteries
Formaldehyde - used in mortuaries and paint manufacturing
Polonium-210 - a highly radioactive element
Chromium - used to manufacture dye, paints and alloys
1,3-Butadiene - used in rubber manufacturing
Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons - a group of dangerous DNA-damaging chemicals
Nitrosamines - a group of carcinogens only found in tobacco
Tobacco-specific nitrosamines - a group of carcinogens only found in tobacco
Acrolein - used as a chemical weapon in World War 1 - and acetaldehyde - used in the industrial production of acid
Other chemicals in cigarette smoke
Nicotine – highly addictive
Hydrogen cyanide - used as an industrial pesticide
Carbon monoxide - found in car exhausts and used in chemicals manufacturing
Nitrogen oxides - a major component of smog
Ammonia - used to make fertilisers and explosives

rhinopaul

As apposed to:Tar - a mixture of dangerous chemicalsArsenic - used in … As apposed to:Tar - a mixture of dangerous chemicalsArsenic - used in wood preservativesBenzene - an industrial solvent, refined from crude oilCadmium - used in batteriesFormaldehyde - used in mortuaries and paint manufacturingPolonium-210 - a highly radioactive elementChromium - used to manufacture dye, paints and alloys1,3-Butadiene - used in rubber manufacturingPolycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons - a group of dangerous DNA-damaging chemicalsNitrosamines - a group of carcinogens only found in tobaccoTobacco-specific nitrosamines - a group of carcinogens only found in tobaccoAcrolein - used as a chemical weapon in World War 1 - and acetaldehyde - used in the industrial production of acidOther chemicals in cigarette smokeNicotine – highly addictiveHydrogen cyanide - used as an industrial pesticideCarbon monoxide - found in car exhausts and used in chemicals manufacturingNitrogen oxides - a major component of smogAmmonia - used to make fertilisers and explosives


Yes I know, plus counterfeit cigs are also mixed with many things but famously sawdust as well as the normal highly toxic chemicals found in proper cigs.
If people are dim enough to smoke they think their getting a bargain with counterfeit cigarettes.
Edited by: "paulandpam1" 2nd Sep 2014

stevetheman

Keep people smoking I say. It creates a massive revenue that would have … Keep people smoking I say. It creates a massive revenue that would have to be found from other ways if it wasn't there! Ie non smokers.



So there isn't a cost to the nation from these people? The NHS will be thrilled.

Ive just moved to Dijon- France and there is dog poo everywhere on the footpaths and its still very trendy to smoke. Feels like the 80's again.

rhinopaul

Ive just moved to Dijon- France and there is dog poo everywhere on the … Ive just moved to Dijon- France and there is dog poo everywhere on the footpaths and its still very trendy to smoke. Feels like the 80's again.


Sounds like a few of the council estates in my home city of Liverpool

Edited by: "paulandpam1" 3rd Sep 2014

Government will still be ok with the loss of revenue from cigarette tax. They will just cut funding to education, transport, police, local government and healthcare. Hang on a minute......they have done that already !!!
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