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Miss.Herbert of Confused.com £1.99 @ Home bargains
Miss.Herbert of Confused.com £1.99 @ Home bargains

Miss.Herbert of Confused.com £1.99 @ Home bargains

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Home Bargains now selling Miss Herbert from Confused.com.
Was next to Brian on the shelf.
£1.99 - can't go wrong for that much.
Was in my local branch in Belle Vale, Liverpool.
Am going to give to my daughter on Xmas morning and pretend for a while I couldn't get a hatchimal and got that instead. Hehe

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Love it

OMG that's a brilliant idea!

Meanie lol

good find op, heat added

Had to buy £2400 worth of car insurance for one of these. Amazing savings to be had!!

Leigh home bargains also had stunt herbert yesterday

That's a douchebag move for a parent to play on their child at Christmas. As amusing as you think it may be, they certainly won't find it funny and it may make them cry. Plus they will always remember how you humiliated them on Christmas day, probably because you captured it on video and think it's hilarious to continuously play it back to them.

Happy Christmas everyone!

jaypr

That's a douchebag move for a parent to play on their child at Christmas. … That's a douchebag move for a parent to play on their child at Christmas. As amusing as you think it may be, they certainly won't find it funny and it may make them cry. Plus they will always remember how you humiliated them on Christmas day, probably because you captured it on video and think it's hilarious to continuously play it back to them.Happy Christmas everyone!



My dad always pulled this trick and found it quite funny. Once he gave me a really old Atari when I asked for a SNES. I was then delighted to find that "Santa" had in fact put it in the kitchen.

It made my day and would hardly describe myself as humiliated!

Cheer up, it's just a bit of Christmas fun.

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jaypr

That's a douchebag move for a parent to play on their child at Christmas. … That's a douchebag move for a parent to play on their child at Christmas. As amusing as you think it may be, they certainly won't find it funny and it may make them cry. Plus they will always remember how you humiliated them on Christmas day, probably because you captured it on video and think it's hilarious to continuously play it back to them.Happy Christmas everyone!



You do what you want to do and I'll do the same - lighten up

I hope they come out with more toys linked to financial services products. It's brilliant

Leonintelex

My dad always pulled this trick and found it quite funny. Once he gave … My dad always pulled this trick and found it quite funny. Once he gave me a really old Atari when I asked for a SNES. I was then delighted to find that "Santa" had in fact put it in the kitchen. It made my day and would hardly describe myself as humiliated!Cheer up, it's just a bit of Christmas fun.




My parents did this to me and my brother.
younger brother wanted a tv, i didnt ask for anything since around the age of 10 i never really asked for anything on xmas.

xmas day comes, i wake up, parents are in my room, and moan at me later telling me to open my blinds in room, go up stairs and theres a tv, little brother crys because he didnt get one, so i been nice said he can have mine, and parents then showed little bro they had infact brought us one each, and because i was so nice to my little brother my mom gave me a WHOLE tub of celebrations. if that happened this year or something id probably laugh at my brother rather than offer it him

We did something like this to our daughter once, when she wanted an expensive doll house.

I apologised and said we couldn't afford the big gift this year.

She turned to me and said "It's ok dad, I know you work hard, and the important thing is that we're all here together, and we're all healthy and happy."

Which was brilliant, because it meant I could take the doll house back and get a PS4.

Someone paid me £21 for a stunt herbert on eBay in the summer, I think people must have been collecting them in the hope they appreciate in value. Guess that's backfired
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