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Sealife Shaped Rubber Bands 12 Per Pack £1.79 @ Amazon
Sealife Shaped Rubber Bands 12 Per Pack  £1.79 @ Amazon

Sealife Shaped Rubber Bands 12 Per Pack £1.79 @ Amazon

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Newest Shapes from Toysmith in the economical 12 ct. pack. These colorful rubber bands will help you hold things together. Quantity of one economical pack of 12. SIX SEA LIFE SHAPES - (2 of each) Octopus, Dolphin, Seahorse, Seal, Shark, Penguin... Kids Love this new Craze! Bring the fun back into your home or office with these clever Shaped Rubber Bands! They look and behave like normal (albeit colorful) rubber bands when stretched. But when removed from whatever they are holding, they instantly spring back into their original SEA LIFE shapes! Flick them at your co-workers, use them for wrapping presents or horde them all for yourself. What a great gift for students or parties. These are a favorite for magicians, especially at parties. Children love to collect and trade these fun shaped bracelets. For ages 5 years and up.

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packs of 18 shaped bands are only 50p in asda at the mo, i got princessy ones last week.

Why would you want shaped rubber bands? They'll all look the same in use and all the sharp angles must make them weaker

not sure I shall be ordering these for my kids after what a friend told me. Apparently they are known as Sh*g bands and indicate how far you are prepared to go??? google sh*g bands and read for yourself.

good grief. What a sheltered life I've led oO

Why?

not sure I shall be ordering these for my kids after what a friend told … not sure I shall be ordering these for my kids after what a friend told me. Apparently they are known as Sh*g bands and indicate how far you are prepared to go??? google sh*g bands and read for yourself.



Generally younger kids that wear these - you're thinking of the thicker ones that charities often sell. Whether any teenagers know or care about these type of rumours is another matter.

No I thought it meant the thick ones but I checked it out and it is the thin ones, also when I asked my 15 year old daughter she said it was the thin ones and that is why she doesn't wear hers anymore.
From urban dictionary

Jelly bracelets that come in many different varieties of colours, if you snap a persons '**** band' they mean a variety of different things:
Yellow - hug.
Pink - hickey.
Orange/purple - kiss.
Red - lap dance.
Green/blue - oral.
Clear - whatever the other person wants.
Black - sex.
White - flash.


inicholson

Generally younger kids that wear these - you're thinking of the thicker … Generally younger kids that wear these - you're thinking of the thicker ones that charities often sell. Whether any teenagers know or care about these type of rumours is another matter.


Edited by: "melcarroll" 7th Mar 2011
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