Tesco nursing bra was £8 now £2.50 instore only, other styles available.
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Tesco nursing bra was £8 now £2.50 instore only, other styles available.

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Found 1st Sep 2014
In Thanet Westwood x , normal bras also available reduced to £2.50.

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didn't even know they did nursing bras, great price good spot.

Cue the Sunday Sport readers complaining about women exposing themselves in restaurants and putting them off their food...

Bobehs!

The best bargains I seen last week were at asda Llandudno, loads of bras and knickers all at only 50p, also entice basques and other shape wear were just 50p.

To be honest I dont mind women wapping their jugs out but I canst stand the self righteousness of it all. They way they expect you to endure the babys crying whilst you try and enjoy an evening you have paid for and set the time aside for.


jamgin

Cue the Sunday Sport readers complaining about women exposing themselves … Cue the Sunday Sport readers complaining about women exposing themselves in restaurants and putting them off their food...

Bitty, I want Bitty!

trigger_andy

To be honest I dont mind women wapping their jugs out but I canst stand … To be honest I dont mind women wapping their jugs out but I canst stand the self righteousness of it all. They way they expect you to endure the babys crying whilst you try and enjoy an evening you have paid for and set the time aside for.



It doesn't matter you'll be dead one day, this life doesn't last very long at all, probably something that isn't worth worrying about.

Got one, now I need to work on getting the mrs pregnant.

I guarentee trigger Andy you did the same as a baby. It's not like people do it on purpose to annoy you. Maybe you should let less things bother you.

trigger_andy

To be honest I dont mind women wapping their jugs out but I canst stand … To be honest I dont mind women wapping their jugs out but I canst stand the self righteousness of it all. They way they expect you to endure the babys crying whilst you try and enjoy an evening you have paid for and set the time aside for.



Babies cry, get over it! If you can't deal with it stay indoors.

[quote=trigger_andy]To be honest I dont mind women wapping their jugs out but I canst stand the self righteousness of it all. They way they expect you to endure the babys crying whilst you try and enjoy an evening you have paid for and set the time aside for.

You might find that feeding will stop him/her from crying? You'll find all this out one day dear.

Banned

good for my missus JJ's
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