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I Love You Toast Stamp - £1 at Poundland
I Love You Toast Stamp - £1 at Poundland

I Love You Toast Stamp - £1 at Poundland

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Start the day off with personalised toast for your loved one! Add a special touch to breakfast this Valentines Day.

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if you have a set of magnetic fridge letters, use them instead. you can write anything!!!

Nice one Smaybelline. :thumbsup:

Just wondering whether to bother though. My nearest one is about 8 miles away so the fuel kinda out weighs the benefit! Think I might just cut her toast into heart shapes myself.

Thanks and HOT from me anyway.

Breakfast Menu:

Love You Toast
Followed by
Suck Me Off Eggs
and
Brace Yourself Bacon!

This reminds me with the approach of valentines day I must get my sick bucket out of storage.

Roll on the 15th of Feb.

pencrusher;7672880

This reminds me with the approach of valentines day I must get my sick … This reminds me with the approach of valentines day I must get my sick bucket out of storage.Roll on the 15th of Feb.



single and bitter by any chance ? :whistling:

personaljesus24;7670753

if you have a set of magnetic fridge letters, use them instead. you can … if you have a set of magnetic fridge letters, use them instead. you can write anything!!!



I hadn't thought of that. Sounds like a good idea to me. Oooooo, now what to write............:whistling:

pencrusher;7672880

This reminds me with the approach of valentines day I must get my sick … This reminds me with the approach of valentines day I must get my sick bucket out of storage.Roll on the 15th of Feb.




well someone sounds lonely :thinking:

I dumped my last girlfriend by writing 'It's over' in alphabetti spaghetti shapes. Now THAT's classier than toast messages.

4spoons;7673673

I dumped my last girlfriend by writing 'It's over' in alphabetti … I dumped my last girlfriend by writing 'It's over' in alphabetti spaghetti shapes. Now THAT's classier than toast messages.



Top man! Nothing says you hate someone better than writing it in alphabetti spaghetti!!!

forgive me but will they magnetic letters not burn in the toaster...lol...

but then calling the fire brigade out might cheer her up too...lol

classic menu Trickyjabs

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Rudidudi;7673038

single and bitter by any chance ? :whistling:


:thumbsup:

Carley;7673104

Don't understand why these companies go to all the trouble of setting up … Don't understand why these companies go to all the trouble of setting up a website, with details of what is available in their stores but don't provide the option to purchase their goods online, surely it would be a sound business plan for poundland to trade on the t'internet?


I actually emailed them to ask them if they are ever going to open an online shop - They said its not something they will be doing! Shame because id spend a fortune! And could dodge the homeless people in there! :whistling:

4spoons;7673673

I dumped my last girlfriend by writing 'It's over' in alphabetti … I dumped my last girlfriend by writing 'It's over' in alphabetti spaghetti shapes. Now THAT's classier than toast messages.


:w00t: Now thats mean... were you giggling to yourself as you spelt it out lol

wolverine2031;7675739

forgive me but will they magnetic letters not burn in the … forgive me but will they magnetic letters not burn in the toaster...lol...but then calling the fire brigade out might cheer her up too...lol



Hope your joking about that - Your supposed to press them in afterwards. Never thought of using fridge magnets - Thanks :thumbsup:

Trickyjabs;7672194

Breakfast Menu:Love You ToastFollowed bySuck Me Off EggsandBrace Yourself … Breakfast Menu:Love You ToastFollowed bySuck Me Off EggsandBrace Yourself Bacon!





haha, as much as I like bacon, I would be pretty much done with breakfast after the eggs!!!!:thumbsup:

Banned

Carley;7673104

Don't understand why these companies go to all the trouble of setting up … Don't understand why these companies go to all the trouble of setting up a website, with details of what is available in their stores but don't provide the option to purchase their goods online, surely it would be a sound business plan for poundland to trade on the t'internet?




£1 for the item and £2.95 for delivery

dont really think its gonna catch on :whistling:
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