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    IT'S no secret that The Range is a top pick if you want to score a bargain, but it appears there's now even more to get excited about. The popular homeware store is now selling a range of sex toys - and thrifty mums can't wait to snap them up. 3Mums discovered The Range is now selling a new line of sex toysCredit: Alamy The saucy new line is available on the chain's website, and some mums accidentally came across them while searching for other items. A Mumsnet poster took to The Range website looking for a "shaker cup". But she was shocked to discover what had shown up instead - the “Loving Joy” dildo. The Loving Joy is a “realistic silicone 7.5 dildo”, but it's not the only item available. 3There are 26 new items available online with the most expensive item costing £34.99.Credit: Shutterstock Customers reportedly discovered a wide range of sexy treats including the “joy rings” and even bunny-style vibrators - leaving then not only baffled but thrilled. Shocked to...
    NEARLY two-fifths of parents have admitted it’s still a battle to get their children to wash their hands after using the toilet. A poll of 2,000 adults found that of those with children aged 3-16, nearly a third said their offspring also won’t remember to wash their hands after coughing. ⚠️ Read our coronavirus live blog for the latest news & updates 2More than eight in 10 parents said they were concerned about their youngster's hand hygiene (stock image)Credit: PA:Press Association And despite the recent emphasis on the importance of hand washing, 43 per cent of parents still have to remind their children to clean their hands before touching or eating food. As a result, more than eight in 10 are concerned about their youngster’s hand hygiene as they prepare to return to school. And 47 per cent worry their kids will bring germs back home with them. The study was commissioned by hygiene soap brand, Lifebuoy, in partnership with the Royal Society for Public Health (RSPH) to reinforce the need to make sure good hand washing habits stick. Working...
    ALDI is selling adorable elephant shelves for just £14.99 - and parents are desperate to get hold of them.  A savvy shopper shared a photo of the animal-themed product which looks perfect for childrens’ bedrooms.  2Aldi is selling sweet elephant-shaped shelves online and in storesCredit: Facebook/Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group Taking to the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK, they wrote: “In aldi for £14.99. “A few different shelves which you can see online but are also sold out so have to check instore.” The shelf measures 56.5 x 42 x 16.5cm and is currently flying off shelves.  According to the Aldi website: “If your little one is an elephant fan, then they will fall in love with this Kirkton House Elephant Shaped Shelf in their bedroom.  2The shelves are designed for kids - but many adults said they wanted them tooCredit: Facebook/Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group “Made from sturdy MDF with two shelves for storing toys, trinkets or even their first books, all in a fun elephant shape, this shelf will not only add a stylish...
    CALLING all Winnie the Pooh fans! Primark has launched a huge collection themed on the popular honey-loving bear and his friends.  The purse-friendly chain has transformed stores with a large range of products, from honey pot mugs to fluffy cushions.  6Primark has launched a new Winnie the Pooh collection, and fans are desperate to snap it upCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group An avid Primark fan shared photos of the exciting collection on the Facebook group Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK.  They added the caption: “Winnie the Pooh has arrived in Primark.” Shoppers were extremely excited at the news, especially after seeing photos of their new pyjama range, themed on Winnie, Piglet and Eeyore. Also part of the Primark collection are water bottles which look perfect for summer picnics in the park and large bags decorated with the famous cartoon bear.  6The range includes money banks themed like honey pots for young savers Credit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group 6There is also a large pyjama collection decorate with Winnie and his friendsCredit: Extreme Couponing and Bargains UK group...
    PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A global pandemic, lost rings, closed wedding venues and more – it may have forced some couples to give up on their wedding plans, but not Danielle Pastin and Andy Kirtland. They are beginning their life together on a high note. She’s an opera singer. He’s a theater director. They had planned to wed at the end of May, but the pandemic forced them to change plans and they say it took a lot to finally get to their big day. “Since we figured out that we had to cancel the original wedding date and plans and everything, every single step has gone hysterically wrong,” Pastin said. “And it got to the point where there is no Plan A [or] Plan B, there’s just what are we doing today,” Kirtland added. The couple went with a lemon theme for their wedding, with the two wearing outfits with lemon print. They say they went with that theme because it embodied the struggles they faced along the way and how they overcame those problems. ...
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