Furby Erasers Pack of 4 25p at Tesco
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Furby Erasers Pack of 4 25p at Tesco

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Found 27th Jun 2014
4 pieces included in each pack. Found at the home store in Southampton on a hanging clip unit in the board games aisle.

At 6.25p per eraser, these little guys are the perfect rubber deal for your children, nephews, nieces, grandchildren, etc.

I hope this product is available at other stores so that everyone can share a little something with the young people in their lives. (:

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Original Poster

Eh? Sorry that you have to tilt your head at the picture! >_<

If you live near Southampton and want to go to the store I went to, I believe there are three or four packs left. Good luck!

Were they marked up as 25p or did you find out at the till?

Original Poster

Arriaga

Were they marked up as 25p or did you find out at the till?


The price tag was at the top of the hanger, as usual. (:

Finally, a way to erase Furbies! This is something that we needed the first time those little critters reared their annoying little heads!

Original Poster

dlee1

Finally, a way to erase Furbies! This is something that we needed the … Finally, a way to erase Furbies! This is something that we needed the first time those little critters reared their annoying little heads!


Haha, very fitting! I used to love them at the age of 6-7, which was during the time they came out in McDonald's, however now that I'm a young adult I am not so sure either. (: Perhaps in your days you never had the chance to look after a fluffy furby, but let's understand that kids of all generations will keep on loving these things as the years progress. Maybe the company will create real life mutant furbies via a mixture of different (cute 'n' furry) animal DNA at some point in the future - be glad you won't be around then!

consume

Haha, very fitting! I used to love them at the age of 6-7, which was … Haha, very fitting! I used to love them at the age of 6-7, which was during the time they came out in McDonald's, however now that I'm a young adult I am not so sure either. (: Perhaps in your days you never had the chance to look after a fluffy furby, but let's understand that kids of all generations will keep on loving these things as the years progress. Maybe the company will create real life mutant furbies via a mixture of different (cute 'n' furry) animal DNA at some point in the future - be glad you won't be around then!



I shudder at the thought. Was in my late teens the first time they made an appearance... My girlfriend at the time had a couple of the things... I thought they would be best served being treated like Gremlins.... Pop it in the microwave for a few minutes :P
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