LOL Big Surprise in stock Smyths (Aberdeen)
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LOL Big Surprise in stock Smyths (Aberdeen)

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LocalFound 12th Dec 2017
Sorry, not exactly a deal but to let you know that there is plenty stock in Smyths, Aberdeen and also an excuse to post photo.
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Only an idiot would buy these. Sick of seeing them on this site. Cold.
The surprise is, the manufacturers are lolling at whoever has bought one.
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Only an idiot would buy these. Sick of seeing them on this site. Cold.
What are they?
Well you could've rotated your photo before posting it.
The surprise is, the manufacturers are lolling at whoever has bought one.
More like PMSL people are actually buying this!
Thanks for posting it Tom to let people know Smyths have them in stock.
I would like to tell you they are called a LOL! because the laughs on you...It's good laugh.
These should be banned
Iamscottishbatman29 m ago

What are they?


50 toys and collectible doll, some of the toys are hidden within other objects. Good marketing as they appear to be much sold out everywhere this Christmas.
dbizal37 m ago

Only an idiot would buy these. Sick of seeing them on this site. Cold.


I made over 3k selling these for more than double RRP, lots of idiots around.
Junk in a ball.
dataload14 m ago

I made over 3k selling these for more than double RRP, lots of idiots …I made over 3k selling these for more than double RRP, lots of idiots around.


Jesus. I thought people were mad... This just confirms it lol. It's the same every year with these fads... This must be one of the worst ones though.
Imagine being one of the £120+ clowns
Am I understanding this right? You handover the best part of £60 and you don’t know what you’re getting? A fool and their money....(shock)
Wow, didn't have a clue what these were and watched one being opened on YouTube.
Basically the contents of 6 kinder eggs in a lot of packaging?
Lol my reaction to .... Cause people buy this rubbish
The ultimate use of plastic for the sake of plastic, should keep the oceans well stocked for a few years
If these were free I’d still pass..
fedex14018 h, 56 m ago

Am I understanding this right? You handover the best part of £60 and you …Am I understanding this right? You handover the best part of £60 and you don’t know what you’re getting? A fool and their money....(shock)


uk.businessinsider.com/unb…-11

Unfortunaly whats inside them is a couple of tiny plastic dolls and crappy accessories.

Feel sorry for the parents feeling they they need to buy this tat
dataload10 h, 54 m ago

I made over 3k selling these for more than double RRP, lots of idiots …I made over 3k selling these for more than double RRP, lots of idiots around.





Hopefully not from your home address as you might have some very angry parents knocking on your door x mas morning.
dataload14 h, 24 m ago

I made over 3k selling these for more than double RRP, lots of idiots …I made over 3k selling these for more than double RRP, lots of idiots around.



And I made 400 trillion selling then, then like you I woke up.
myusernamehasgone2343 h, 56 m ago

Hopefully not from your home address as you might have some very angry … Hopefully not from your home address as you might have some very angry parents knocking on your door x mas morning.


They all knew what they were buying, sold as seen and this was back in late October - early November.

SixtyFive26 m ago

And I made 400 trillion selling then, then like you I woke up.



Wasn't hard to profit from these at all a month or two ago, stock was easily available with a bit of effort, especially when you know local toy store staff.

Once I had one for our girl and for people I know who wanted one, I had about 15 a week pass through my hands.

Average cash sale price was between £120 and £145, with everyone completely happy to pay it.

Last few sold for a bit less, as smyths started taking pre orders with guaranteed delivery before December 15th I think.

Believe me or not, makes no difference to me.
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dataload8 m ago

They all knew what they were buying, sold as seen and this was back in …They all knew what they were buying, sold as seen and this was back in late October - early November.Wasn't hard to profit from these at all a month or two ago, stock was easily available with a bit of effort, especially when you know local toy store staff.Once I had one for our girl and for people I know who wanted one, I had about 15 a week pass through my hands. Average cash sale price was between £120 and £145, with everyone completely happy to pay it. Last few sold for a bit less, as smyths started taking pre orders with guaranteed delivery before December 15th I think.Believe me or not, makes no difference to me.


I know I sold my 400 trillion before the the night ended.
dbizal12th Dec

Only an idiot would buy these. Sick of seeing them on this site. Cold.


I think the look on my daughters face on Christmas Day is priceless
LeeSpicer2 m ago

I think the look on my daughters face on Christmas Day is priceless


Indeed... along the lines of "What the Fudge did you buy me daddy?"
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