Raging Santas, crap grottos, that sort of thing (Christmas light news thread)

rip :frowning:

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His happy little face with no idea what’s about to happen to him break my heart :sob:

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Actually quite respect the brass neck of these people claiming that they couldn’t tell the difference between 100g and 1.6kg of sweets.

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Yeah pisstake this one

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Also a prime example of British awkwardness and deference, where he just paid it rather than… not paying it.

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Ditto the company giving them the money back rather than just telling them to pay for what they had. Embarrassing stuff all round.

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1.6kg!

Also like her estimate that it would probably cost “£20 - £23”.

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Kids had “already started eating them” and all. Chancers.

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winter wonderland on the 19th november!? got what they deserved

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Yeah if your budget for pick n mix for 5 year olds is 23 quid then your children live in a different world to the one I grew up in :grinning:

Also 100g is a ‘quarter’ of sweets, it’s a decent bag/portion for anyone let alone a child.

1.6kg the kid would be struggling to lift the bag up, it’s nearly a bag of flour ffs :sweat_smile:

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A world of massive sugar highs and type 2 diabetes at age 7.

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1kg of sweets:

:laughing:

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I’d be such a terrible parent that I would never judge parenting skills but there’s actually something quite weird about expecting to spend £20+ on some sweets.

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