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A couple of extra adverts to raise a smile and help the day along. Do keep sending them in, ideally with a photo of or scan of the relevant item.

The advert below was taken from the summer brochure for a Thompson holiday!

I guess 3 is a crowd in this situation but I am not sure what a Double Honeymoon is!

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If you need glasses then click on the photo.

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The other day one of our reporters was in the local Staples superstore and found a pile of toilet rolls with the sign attached
"For professional use".
Now who would ever admit to being an amateur in that line of business!

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