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Posted 22nd May
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Take your kids to the crowded beach wearing this to show your appreciation to the nhs. At the same time giving them more work to do.
- British mentality
Its getting ridiculous, the NHS is NOT a charity.

and so ridiculously over priced. At most you'd pay a couple of quid for that t-shirt. If you have a spare £14.90 there are a ton of charities that would appreciate it. Real charities that are being ignored through all this.
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That’s great but only £3?!
Take your kids to the crowded beach wearing this to show your appreciation to the nhs. At the same time giving them more work to do.
- British mentality
Whole heap of profit left in a t-shirt that cost 50p to make... exploiting the situation, poor form imo.
Actually has nothing to do with the NHS. Just character trying to make cash
Better to donate directly to nhs
Its getting ridiculous, the NHS is NOT a charity.

and so ridiculously over priced. At most you'd pay a couple of quid for that t-shirt. If you have a spare £14.90 there are a ton of charities that would appreciate it. Real charities that are being ignored through all this.
Well said not much more can add too comments just a joke really
Cane here for the comments only
donny126622/05/2020 11:59

Take your kids to the crowded beach wearing this to show your appreciation …Take your kids to the crowded beach wearing this to show your appreciation to the nhs. At the same time giving them more work to do. - British mentality


Government needs to think on behalf of people because they are too stupid. They should have only allowed people to visit their local park. People acting like covid never even happened! Bit of sun comes out and people become thick as 2 planks!
Edited by: "The_Guru" 22nd May
Noobster10122/05/2020 13:06

Cane here for the comments only


Slim pickings here, might be better to wait for lingerie deals instead for the rich bants
Why is this posted as a hot deal?! It's an insult.
Edited by: "Zarjaz2000" 22nd May
The_Guru22/05/2020 12:29

Better to donate directly to nhs


Yeh agree direct to your local hospital charity. We give to the NHS via our taxes but even then not enough of it reaches the NHS.
The_Guru22/05/2020 13:10

Government needs to think on behalf of people because they are too stupid. …Government needs to think on behalf of people because they are too stupid. The should have only allowed people to visit their local park. People acting like covid never even happened! Bit of sun comes out and people become thick as 2 planks!


Really? So what we should strip our fundamental rights for freedom just like that? What about air polution, or deaths that could be avoided by eating healthy or exercise? Should we force people to go to the gym?
Ega_Hacass22/05/2020 14:57

Really? So what we should strip our fundamental rights for freedom just …Really? So what we should strip our fundamental rights for freedom just like that? What about air polution, or deaths that could be avoided by eating healthy or exercise? Should we force people to go to the gym?


These are all different topics. I'm talking about basic common sense! Better to be safe then sorry. The virus is still around not completely gone. Only people who have had someone pass away from it will understand the reality of it.
The_Guru22/05/2020 15:10

These are all different topics. I'm talking about basic common sense! …These are all different topics. I'm talking about basic common sense! Better to be safe then sorry. The virus is still around not completely gone. Only people who have had someone pass away from it will understand the reality of it.


That is a bit of a sweeping generalisation to say that only people that have lost someone understand it.
alcopop22/05/2020 15:23

That is a bit of a sweeping generalisation to say that only people that …That is a bit of a sweeping generalisation to say that only people that have lost someone understand it.


Well people going crazy on beach don't seem to. It's very sad and shows you how humans are. All I'm saying is a little common sense can go a long way.
Rainbows have 7 colours..... this looks like 6 colours! LGBT has 6, not for kids...
Ega_Hacass22/05/2020 14:57

Really? So what we should strip our fundamental rights for freedom just …Really? So what we should strip our fundamental rights for freedom just like that? What about air polution, or deaths that could be avoided by eating healthy or exercise? Should we force people to go to the gym?


People like you with all this freedom bull are selfish. Why are u putting others at risk. Wish we had the Philippine government strategy.
donny126622/05/2020 11:59

Take your kids to the crowded beach wearing this to show your appreciation …Take your kids to the crowded beach wearing this to show your appreciation to the nhs. At the same time giving them more work to do. - British mentality


On the other hand it’s important to consider the significant, enduring and irreversible damage that lockdown has had on our children versus the fairly low risk of transmission of the virus in an open public space and the even lower risk of a child becoming ill with the virus.
JimmyMcSamson28/05/2020 18:31

On the other hand it’s important to consider the significant, enduring and …On the other hand it’s important to consider the significant, enduring and irreversible damage that lockdown has had on our children versus the fairly low risk of transmission of the virus in an open public space and the even lower risk of a child becoming ill with the virus.


Children are a lot more resilient than you make out. A lot will have learned that bad things happen in the world and that things have to change from time to time. After all, we don’t just right people off because they went through a hard time as a kid.

We also have weren’t locking down to save kids. We were doing it so grandma has a hospital bed instead of dying painfully and without dignity in her own home.
donny126628/05/2020 18:38

Children are a lot more resilient than you make out. A lot will have …Children are a lot more resilient than you make out. A lot will have learned that bad things happen in the world and that things have to change from time to time. After all, we don’t just right people off because they went through a hard time as a kid. We also have weren’t locking down to save kids. We were doing it so grandma has a hospital bed instead of dying painfully and without dignity in her own home.


Frankly you’re wrong and evidence has shown that adverse childhood experiences can cause severe and enduring mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and irreversible personality difficulties leading to chronic suicidal ideation but I won’t get into an argument with someone who is clearly hysterical about the situation.

There is not and never has been any pressure on hospital beds, ventilatory capacity or non-invasive ventilation.
JimmyMcSamson28/05/2020 18:43

Frankly you’re wrong and evidence has shown that adverse childhood e …Frankly you’re wrong and evidence has shown that adverse childhood experiences can cause severe and enduring mental illnesses such as schizophrenia and irreversible personality difficulties leading to chronic suicidal ideation but I won’t get into an argument with someone who is clearly hysterical about the situation.There is not and never has been any pressure on hospital beds, ventilatory capacity or non-invasive ventilation.


I’m not hysterical about it at all. Always been pretty chilled as I’m not in an at risk group and there have only been 220 cases in my county and 4 deaths. The reason we had to lockdown so hard was the inept response from the government.

You don’t have the required information to say I’m wrong as there hasn’t been any studies on how children fare in a national lockdown. You might turn out to be right but it’s not possible to know yet.

On the mental health point, I agree more needs to be done by the government anyway. There are things that we can do to help our children to grow up to be more resilient. Education is key. We can never eliminate the bad things out there in the world, we have to help with coping strategies.
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