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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    I need to get a gift for a friend's dd who is turning 2 yo. What do u think of this? It's from kmart, doll house and wooden doll family.
    She might be a bit young but I figure her mum can save it for when she is a bit older.
    She will love it! I got the same people when DD was about 2 and they have lasted well - she's nearly 4 . I scored a cheap dollhouse on our buy and sell page, and she loved it at that age and still plays with it now.

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    Did anyone hear the news about Kmart and Target merging (kind of)?

    http://www.couriermail.com.au/busine...52d8b012e294ac

    Sucks for you Big W!

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    Couldn't read the article bc I think you need to be a member.
    I find kmart and target similar though target has better quality. However target is also more expensive even when it's exactly the same thing sometimes eg. Toys.

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    I walked into target for first time in months the other day and the first thing I said was 'God this place looks like kmart' all the furniture just looked like it belonged to kmart. I was so disappointed. I want target to different. Variety is the spice of life.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jontu View Post
    Couldn't read the article bc I think you need to be a member.
    I find kmart and target similar though target has better quality. However target is also more expensive even when it's exactly the same thing sometimes eg. Toys.
    Oops, sorry about that.
    It was on ACA or some other news program last night, I just caught a couple of minutes of it.

    Yeah I find Target very exy for some things.


    Quote Originally Posted by LoveLivesHere View Post
    I walked into target for first time in months the other day and the first thing I said was 'God this place looks like kmart' all the furniture just looked like it belonged to kmart. I was so disappointed. I want target to different. Variety is the spice of life.
    Target is closer to me than Kmart at the minute so I'm familiar with their homewares.
    I don't like any of them.
    Too yellow, too turquoise, to salmony ()
    It's pricier and yet the garish colours make it all look cheaper.
    I like the pastel colours of Kmart's range. much more subtle.

    This is a merger of manager more than the stores.
    They're getting the Kmart manager who was responsible for their massive turnaround, to shake up Target. I think the aim is to have Target find their own style, not to just be another Kmart.
    So that's good.

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    Default **spin off** Kmart appreciation thread

    http://www.couriermail.com.au/busine...52d8b012e294ac

    Edit - weird, when I google it the story comes up and that's the link, but clicking on the link brings up the member bit. Google Kmart Target merge.

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    So DF says to me this morning 'why don't you go to Kmart and buy some homewares for the new house'? And here I'd been trying to hold back my urge to shop 😂

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    Default **spin off** Kmart appreciation thread

    Has anyone else noticed that quite a few Kmart products are IKEA rip-offs?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phony View Post
    Oops, sorry about that.
    It was on ACA or some other news program last night, I just caught a couple of minutes of it.

    Yeah I find Target very exy for some things.




    Target is closer to me than Kmart at the minute so I'm familiar with their homewares.
    I don't like any of them.
    Too yellow, too turquoise, to salmony ()
    It's pricier and yet the garish colours make it all look cheaper.
    I like the pastel colours of Kmart's range. much more subtle.

    This is a merger of manager more than the stores.
    They're getting the Kmart manager who was responsible for their massive turnaround, to shake up Target. I think the aim is to have Target find their own style, not to just be another Kmart.
    So that's good.
    Maybe they need that manager for woollies too 😜

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