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Best thing you have bought
13-09-2006, 08:11 AM
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Best thing you have bought

OK, we have a thread on stupid things we have bought - but what is your best purchase ? What have you had soooo much use out of you couldnt be without ?

I have two. They are two coats almost identical which i bought from Oasis about 5 years ago.

They cost me £40 for one of them and £50 for the other. Mr.B treated me to one as i loved the other so much.

They are winter coats, and they come out every single year. They are black with a large hood with fur around, and also fur around the cuffs. They are slightly padded but very flattering. One comes to the waist and the other to the knees.

I love them, and every autumn I take them to be dry cleaned ready for the next winter. They get worn for work and also walking the dogs.

I couldnt be without them, and they day they rip or get manky will be a sad day indeed. I have never seen another coat that i love so much.

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13-09-2006, 09:47 AM
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Best thing you have bought
My years membership to this place! :sun:
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13-09-2006, 09:49 AM
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Groucho Wrote:My years membership to this place! :sun:

You are such a creep. Are you still craving to become a moderator ?

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13-09-2006, 10:09 AM
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Best thing you have bought
How very dare you! :evilmad:

Maybe....
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13-09-2006, 11:30 AM
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Best thing you have bought
Best value-for-money for me was this tent we bought for £120

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13-09-2006, 11:51 AM
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Blimey - that is a BIG tent for that price. I think we paid about £250 for one a lot smaller than that.

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13-09-2006, 12:39 PM
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I bought one of those Magic Bullet food processor things and I use it every single day, definately my best buy specially when I consider how much my family mocked me when I said I wanted one after being sucked into an infomercial Big Grin
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13-09-2006, 12:59 PM
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One of mine is similar - I bought a Bamix blender and it's fab. Also an electric steamer that I use practically daily.

On the clothes front, I have a man's Ralph Lauren cotton sweater I bought years and years ago and I love it to bits.

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13-09-2006, 09:35 PM
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again my purchases involve footwear, these are not as beautiful as my platforms but so versatile and on trend. a pair of slouchy cream boots from topshop. they go with everything!! when i first got them about a million people kept asking me where i got them from, and because i bought them in glasgow and aberdeen didnt have them yet i was all smug for a couple of months. now, everybody in the friggin shop have got them. but im still all smug coz i was the first and they all copied me!!!!

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13-09-2006, 09:51 PM
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For practicallity I would have to say my Coorie sling that I bought for £16 when Abbie was born. I carried her everywhere, it was great for the school run, going uptown, going shopping etc. In fact I would recommend this to any new mother...........Bob, are you listening? Big Grin

On the food front I would be lost without food processor or my mini blender.

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