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2 Free Kids

Spotted outside the Holiday Hypermarket on Teesside Retail Park.

Not sure that ‘2 Free Kids’ is exactly what they meant. But then, this is Stockton, so it’s difficult to be sure…

I guess the most important question is: If you get two free kids when you buy a holiday, do you have to take them with you? Because that could be mighty inconvenient. Off you go to book your honeymoon at the Holiday Hypermarket, and ‘ey up, you’ve got two new screaming kids to take with you. It’s certainly a worry.

This 820th post was filed under: Headliner.






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Comments and responses

Comment from Ian


by Ian

Comment posted at 17:54 on 20th July 2006.

There is no Holiday Hypermarket at Teeside Retail Park. There is, however, a Going Places Holiday shop.


Comment from sjhoward (author of the post)


by sjhoward

Comment posted at 18:36 on 20th July 2006.

Aye, that’s the one! Close enough, eh?


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