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Free Winnie The Pooh Book in The Mail on Sunday (19/02)
Free Winnie The Pooh Book in The Mail on Sunday (19/02)

Free Winnie The Pooh Book in The Mail on Sunday (19/02)

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Inside every copy of this weekend’s The Mail on Sunday, you will receive a free glossy 24-page Winnie-the-Pooh classic storybook by A.A. Milne.

Join Pooh and the rest of the gang in The Wrong Bees for a timeless adventure, both heart-warming and funny, proving just how much a bear loves honey!

No matter your age, Pooh is the bear beloved by all. Don't miss out on your free storybook, only inside this weekend’s The Mail on Sunday.

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"Oh not more foreigners", said Winnie the Pooh.

"And I hate all those lazy workshy benefit claimants too. They're damaging our wonderful Royal Family. And they're sponging off the NHS too. Likewise lesbians and chavs. Still, there's always the good old Daily Mail. reliable, trustworthy, honest as the day is long. Thank God for the Daily Mail"

said Pooh.


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Newbold

"Oh not more foreigners", said Winnie the Pooh."And I hate all those lazy … "Oh not more foreigners", said Winnie the Pooh."And I hate all those lazy workshy benefit claimants too. They're damaging our wonderful Royal Family. And they're sponging off the NHS too. Likewise lesbians and chavs. Still, there's always the good old Daily Mail. reliable, trustworthy, honest as the day is long. Thank God for the Daily Mail"said Pooh.http://www.qwghlm.co.uk/toys/dailymail/



There's a Winnie The Pooh story by A.A.Milne where Kanga moves to the 100 Acre Wood. The others decide they don't like incomers so they all get together and abduct her baby in an attempt to frighten her away. I'm sure it appeals to the average Mail reader.

What free winnie the pooh book. Another packaging blunder no doubt. Grandchildren shattered!

Sherlock1

What free winnie the pooh book. Another packaging blunder no doubt. … What free winnie the pooh book. Another packaging blunder no doubt. Grandchildren shattered!


The Mail lies about everything else - why wouldn't it lie about its alleged freebies?
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