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L Aug 14
30k on clothes but wants a hoover and iPad fixed for free by volunteers. What a fucking liberty!
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Maggie Aug 21
My twin 11 year old sons have yet to discover soap, let alone aftershave! £50 a bottle?! What kid needs that?!
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Stoney Aug 21
Why doesn’t Shop Well For Less focus on a hard working family on the breadline and help them try to save money, rather than a family obsessed with fast fashion, who just waste their money on materialistic goods? Everything that’s wrong with modern consumerism
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Liz Haverda Aug 14
Having watched a few episodes this series, I would be interested in a follow up a year on to see what people have actually swapped
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Ian Hamilton Aug 21
£50 for after shave for an 8 year old??? Get a grip! I don’t think I’ve screamed at the tv this much before. No sympathy for this family.
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Natasha J 🇹🇹 Aug 14
I wouldn't be surprised if their appearance on is just another chapter on their vlogging pursuits. .
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𝐏𝐞𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐲 Aug 25
These people who need to go on to be told that if they brought a £10 jumper instead of £100 jumper they'd be better off financially are a bit thick really aren't they.
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Gill G 🏴󠁧󠁢󠁷󠁬󠁳󠁿 Aug 21
I think there should be a Northern , where no-nonsense people from Halifax replace the families' expensive crap with NOTHING, and when asked why they just say "cos that's life, so think on"
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Tim Trodd Aug 21
Hahaha that face when you’re told you are not too young to get a job 😒😆
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Lauren Aug 21
She is not up for working at all
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Paul Dawson Aug 14
really does set the bar for absolute fucking morons who have more money than sense. I honestly have to leave the fucking room when the wife has it on as it boils my piss so much. Wankers, fucking moronic wankers the lot of them ....……………………… and breath.
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Disney Daydreamer Aug 7
Great another dick family on
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Tim Saxby Aug 21
My daughters getting bullied to the best thing to do is go on national TV and tell everyone about it whilst showing how snobby she also is. Enjoy school in the morning
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pisssnakes Aug 21
I can imagine Gregg Wallace swaggering into the kitchen with a bag of onions and carrots going 'sorry, wrong show'.
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Samskie🍂🦊☕ Aug 7
£100 a week on clothes?? Blimey. 😲 For me, the joy of buying an item of clothing is that I'll wear it again and again, and not discard it after one wear..
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Martin W Aug 21
I hate these people
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Mark Aug 21
Give the little bastard a can of Lynx. Why the hell is he wearing £50 aftershave - he’s a kid!
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Kim Kimmi H Aug 21
‘If I’m bored on a Saturday I could go to work’ I get what she is trying to say but it sounded more like: I’ll go to work when I’m bored 🤔😂🙈
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Rebecca 🌱 Aug 21
One of the most important life lessons my mother ever taught me was that stuff does not make you happy. The older I get, the more I see evidence of this everywhere. She means well but she’s setting her daughter up for a fail.
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Ian Bleach Aug 7
Wow, one income family, a Range Rover, wardrobes full of designer clothes, £100 a week for the girls throwaway clothing obsession, thousands on treats and holidays for the kids.... WTF am I doing wrong 🤔
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