HM Armed Forces £6.99 scanning at £1.00 @ B&M Leven
53°Expired

HM Armed Forces £6.99 scanning at £1.00 @ B&M Leven

17
Found 1st Dec 2011
Popped into B & M Leven store and found HMAF figures for £6.99. When i taken them to the till they scanned at £1.00 each, bargain.
Community Updates
B&M Retail Deals

Groups

17 Comments
Yea, the forces need some fresh blood oO
I find these "toys"/ recruitment tools pretty disgusting.
Original Poster
Yes they are, but that doesnt stop this from being a bargain.
Banned
stanley

Yea, the forces need some fresh blood oO I find these "toys"/ recruitment … Yea, the forces need some fresh blood oO I find these "toys"/ recruitment tools pretty disgusting.



They've been around for decades, all boys grow up on action man.
master_chief

They've been around for decades, all boys grow up on action man.



No they dont, and action man was a work of fiction which makes it slightly better than these HM toys, can anyone really think its a good idea to give these to kids!?
Banned
stanley

No they dont, and action man was a work of fiction which makes it … No they dont, and action man was a work of fiction which makes it slightly better than these HM toys, can anyone really think its a good idea to give these to kids!?



I don't think the figures are based on real soldiers...
master_chief

I don't think the figures are based on real soldiers...



Thats the problem, they still all have all their arms and legs.
Very dangerous to confuse fiction and reality, especially for children.
Original Poster
Stanley, thanks for your "Opinion" but what i give to my kids is my choice and if my kids want to join the army when they're older and swear a leigence to a queen that isnt their's, so be it!
Banned
stanley

Thats the problem, they still all have all their arms and legs.Very … Thats the problem, they still all have all their arms and legs.Very dangerous to confuse fiction and reality, especially for children.



It's a good job I have these things called "talks" with my kids then.
Original Poster
Me too master_chief.
Nice, so you tell them about all the horrors of war?
Why not just leave it out of the equation all together, get them some lego, and let them find out about life when they are ready.
Banned
stanley

Nice, so you tell them about all the horrors of war? Why not just leave … Nice, so you tell them about all the horrors of war? Why not just leave it out of the equation all together, get them some lego, and let them find out about life when they are ready.




Aren't you worried they won't be able to tell the difference between lego bricks and real bricks? They could have a nasty accident wandering on to a building site...
Original Poster
Stanley, do you or would you give your kids suager free drinks?

check out www . dorway . org
Oh dear, should have realised this is how it would go, ok i give up.
Banned
stanley

Oh dear, should have realised this is how it would go, ok i give up.



Just noticed the toy train on your avatar, I sincerely hope you're not so stupid as to allow your children to play with thomas sets? What if they went and played with real trains on the tracks??
I said i give up, you win with your amazing logical debating skills.
I feel sorry for them but we have a volunteer army these days - they know what they're getting into. At least they're not unemployed or out on strike!
£1 is normal price. seems like discontinued stock
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text