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    I'm a tighta$$ at the moment - but I when I do go browsing the shops (which is like once every three months or so) I'm guaranteed to leave with another pair of cheap sunnies. I seem to misplace them often then end up with bulk pairs later down the track.

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    - Cheap craft things usually in bulk from eBay.
    - Groceries, always going to supermarket

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    Wooden Thomas the tank engine trains. I think I enjoy collecting them more than DS enjoys receiving them 😀

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    Bloody books for the kids.


    So many books.

    All the books.

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    Cook books, clothes/shoes/accessories for DS , kids party stuff

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    Kids stuff from op shops. I've banned myself from buying toys now unless they're REALLY awesome. I have to admonish myself "yes, it's 20 cents and DD would love it, but we have no SPACE!". I still buy way too may baby/kids clothes though....it's hard to resist when they're 20 or 50 cents and so so CUTE :P

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    Nail polish, socks and toilet paper.. Every time I see it on special I buy more and have it literally stacked in my bathroom... Whhhhyyyy?!?!

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    Cook books and beach chairs ☺️

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    Nothing. I stay home so I don't buy anything. Previously it was books and nail polish.

    I am searching for a specific book now though which I would buy in a second! But nowhere has it in stock

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    Quote Originally Posted by SpicyTurtle View Post
    Wooden Thomas the tank engine trains. I think I enjoy collecting them more than DS enjoys receiving them 😀
    Haha! I have the same thing. I play with the trains more than my kids. I love building tracks all over the lounge room! 😉


 
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