Kids Halloween Costumes for £1 instore @ Asda (Merthyr Tydfil)
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Kids Halloween Costumes for £1 instore @ Asda (Merthyr Tydfil)

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Found 11th Oct
2811498.jpgJust been to my local Asda in Merthyr tydfil and found quite a few children's Halloween costumes for £1. Including skeleton glow in the dark onesies and cat onesies.2811498.jpg

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Wow, great find, @Phantom2684!

Great if you're local, hopefully some national chains do something similar.

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I noticed this in Asda Govan too, they only had a few bits left and also some Halloween themed t shirts for £1. Found it strange they are reduced before Halloween but result!

Kids begging for sweets oh joy, thanks for another dire import America

thomasleep14 m ago

Kids begging for sweets oh joy, thanks for another dire import America

Its more a threat than a beg, "trick or treat" dont treat us and we egg your house

Which would be so if it hadn't started here and not America....North America, trick-or-treating has been a Halloween tradition since the late 1920s. In Britain and Ireland the tradition of going house-to-house collecting food at Halloween goes back at least as far as the 16th century, as had the tradition of people wearing costumes at Halloween. In 19th century Britain and Ireland, there are many accounts of people going house-to-house in costume at Halloween, reciting verses in exchange for food, and sometimes warning of misfortune if they were not welcomed. The Scottish Halloween custom of "guising" – children disguised in costume going from house to house for food or money – is first recorded in North America in 1911.

darfdork1 h, 13 m ago

Which would be so if it hadn't started here and not America....North …Which would be so if it hadn't started here and not America....North America, trick-or-treating has been a Halloween tradition since the late 1920s. In Britain and Ireland the tradition of going house-to-house collecting food at Halloween goes back at least as far as the 16th century, as had the tradition of people wearing costumes at Halloween. In 19th century Britain and Ireland, there are many accounts of people going house-to-house in costume at Halloween, reciting verses in exchange for food, and sometimes warning of misfortune if they were not welcomed. The Scottish Halloween custom of "guising" – children disguised in costume going from house to house for food or money – is first recorded in North America in 1911.


And easter eggs are to signify Christ rising from the dead also buying tonnes of electronic goods on the 25th of dec are to celebrate the birth of the baby Jebus it all makes sense
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