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#614189 - 2nd Nov 2011 7:22pm poppy wristbands
sean Offline
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does anybody know were to buy poppy wristbands? i've looked online and it's a 10 day delivery

cheers

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#614230 - 2nd Nov 2011 7:54pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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They were selling them outside Asda in Prenton this afternoon.


Edited by Blondie (2nd Nov 2011 7:55pm)

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#614241 - 2nd Nov 2011 8:15pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: Blondie]
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Originally Posted By: Blondie
They were selling them outside Asda in Prenton this afternoon.



have i been asleep for so long asda prenton ????
raftl

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#614317 - 2nd Nov 2011 9:38pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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I was in the florist by Victoria Park the other day and they had some in there smile

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#614326 - 2nd Nov 2011 9:45pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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How much are they? Didn't know there were wristbands.
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#614347 - 2nd Nov 2011 10:01pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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No me niether rude,would like some of these myself

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#614626 - 3rd Nov 2011 2:49pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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Morrisons, West Kirby this afternoon!

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#614628 - 3rd Nov 2011 2:56pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: Samsamsam]
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Each and every one to their own but although I havent seen these poppy wristbands I would prefer to have the original poppy that people can see hence the saying wear your poppy with pride.
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#614633 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:05pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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I'm in work wearing a poppy with pride reddragon

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#614636 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:06pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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I have both. I wear my poppy wristband, H4H wristband, Mercian Regt wristband, ABF and Para's (Afghan Trust) wristbands every day. My poppy gets put on every coat/jacket/hoodie I wear and I wear it with pride smile
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#614648 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:19pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: Wench]
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I apologise if I have worded my post wrong I havent meant to offend I look at it as wearing an original type poppy whereas a wristband type is ones more visible than the wrist type.
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#614650 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:22pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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The kids love sporting a wristband so if it helps raise awareness I'm all for them

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#614652 - 3rd Nov 2011 3:26pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: reddragon]
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Originally Posted By: reddragon
I apologise if I have worded my post wrong I havent meant to offend I look at it as wearing an original type poppy whereas a wristband type is ones more visible than the wrist type.

I didn't read it that way Red smile I like my wristband as I can wear it all year round, whereas when I wore my poppy all year round people made comments about it saying that it shouldn't be worn all year (what it had to do with them is beyond me! I don't see why it's an issue but that's just me). I wore it because it has my friends' birth and death dates on it. I like to know they're still "kept alive" so to speak. That's why I went over to the wristband - it means I can honour the 4 people I've lost every single day smile
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#614664 - 3rd Nov 2011 4:08pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: Wench]
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Originally Posted By: Wench
Originally Posted By: reddragon
I apologise if I have worded my post wrong I havent meant to offend I look at it as wearing an original type poppy whereas a wristband type is ones more visible than the wrist type.

I didn't read it that way Red smile I like my wristband as I can wear it all year round, whereas when I wore my poppy all year round people made comments about it saying that it shouldn't be worn all year (what it had to do with them is beyond me! I don't see why it's an issue but that's just me). I wore it because it has my friends' birth and death dates on it. I like to know they're still "kept alive" so to speak. That's why I went over to the wristband - it means I can honour the 4 people I've lost every single day smile


wench i see no reason in wearing it all year round im all for it. More money the better i seen some eejit on ebay selling diamonte poppies and donating the proceeds to H4H. (not that H4H is a bad thing) it seems folk are confusing the two. (although they do go hand in hand)
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#614686 - 3rd Nov 2011 5:29pm Re: poppy wristbands [Re: sean]
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Sean,saw them at Gallaghers Pub last night.

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