Yesterday we brought you the news that Asda is doing pairs of Friends trainers for just £15.
Well, they’re now sold out online unfortunately, but it turns out the supermarket’s new range of Friends branded clothing doesn’t stop there.
Asda George is also selling sweatshirts, pyjamas, socks and sliders, and they’ve been getting rave reviews online – one person said of the sold out white trainers: “Love love love these trainers, so fun and cheerful, as well as stylish and quite simple awesome.”
First up is a black sweatshirt themed on the popular TV series, which comes with umbrella branding, and according to Asda it’s ‘perfect for adding an extra layer to your weekend looks.’
The sweatshirt will set you back £15, and it’s gone down a storm, with perfect 5 star reviews. One happy customer said: “I bought this for my granddaughter’s 13th birthday and her face was a picture when she opened it as she is watching the series for the third time and absolutely loves it!”
If you’re after some casual footwear but don’t want to wait until the trainers are back in stock, how about some black pool sliders?
They’re a bargain at just £6, but you best be quick if you want some as they only have size small left.
Asda also has some Friends pyjamas going, although they’re kids rather than adult sizes – the sizes go up to age 14 though, so any small adults might just fit into them.
They’ll set you back £9 a pair, so get yourself over to the George website if you want to treat your kids – or if you’re a particularly small adult.
There’s also some Friends socks going for £5 for a pack of three, with one reviewer saying: “Great socks!! Lovely quality, washed well, daughter loved them!”
It’s not the first time Asda has sold a range of Friends clothing, with the supermarket releasing a load of goodies last year – all of which are currently sold out, with no indication when they might be back.
These also went down a treat, overwhelmingly getting five star reviews, and included a ‘We were on a break!’, ‘How you doin?’, and ‘Here come the meat sweats’ slogan t-shirts, as well as Central Perk pyjamas.
This Manchester lad has made ‘sneaker candles’ and they look mint
I need some of these for my house
This Manchester lad has made ‘sneaker candles’ and they’re as cool as they sound.
Crep Candle is the brainchild of 22-year-old Harvey Prince, who moved home after uni with a fantastically creative wax-based idea.
Harvey came up with the homeware idea in his final year of university, where he put plenty of time into researching moulds and candles all made from a different classic trainer.
Fast forward to October 2020 and Harvey started actually making the candles, probably ruining his mam’s stove with melted wax and taking up tonnes of space.
But the hard work and clever idea paid off as Harvey sold out of his creations in just two days!
One of his latest moulds based on the legendary Nike TN shoe has created tonnes of buzz on socials, meaning his followers have been on an upward slope.
Harvey and his photographer friend @joelhirstphoto who helps out with socials have been brainstorming over Christmas to step into 2021 with their best foot forward.
There are new drops every two weeks with this month seeing one of their most requested trainers becoming a candle – the Jordan 1.
You can follow Crep Candle here.
This almost impossible clear jigsaw puzzle is the perfect lockdown challenge
It’s been described as the ‘hardest puzzle ever’
Someone has created an almost impossible jigsaw puzzle and it’s perfect for lockdown!
If you’ve found yourself losing your mind in the third national lockdown because you’ve already mastered banana bread and completed all your other jigsaw puzzles, well this might just be the one for you.
Created by Etsy shop, Little Flower Pot Shop, the clear jigsaw comes in four sizes starting at an easy nine pieces going all the way up to 144 pieces.
Now a 144 piece puzzle doesn’t sound too bad, until you find out this jigsaw not only doesn’t have a picture, each individual puzzle piece is completely clear.
The clear jigsaw puzzle also has an ‘Okay’ version complete with 25 pieces, while ‘Hard’ will see you scrambling to put together 49 pieces.
Prices depend on which size you go for and think you can handle, starting at £14.65.
Alternatively, you can grab a bundle of all four sizes for £59.57, which will keep you busy enough to at least forget about Boris for a little while.
One reviewer wrote: “Hardest puzzle ever!!! Straight lines on the inside is just evil. I finished in about 8 hours. Tediously.”
And a second described the puzzle as ‘challenging but not overwhelming’, whereas a third said ‘hardest puzzle ever‘.
You can get one here.
Aldi’s huge baby and toddler event is returning and prices start at just 99p
Great news for parents and expectant families
The popular baby and toddler event is returning to Aldi and prices start at as little as 99p.
Pre-order started for the first of two Specialbuy ranges last Sunday, January 10th, but if you missed it don’t worry as you’ll be able to buy the collection in store this Thursday (January 14th).
You will then be able to preorder the second range online on January 14th, before they hit the stores four days later on Sunday, January 17th.
The event will feature Aldi’s own range, Mamia, plus brands like Peppa Pig, Paw Patrol and Trolls too!
The cheapest price available is 99p for Paw Patrol and Trolls snacks, while the most expensive item at the event is a £129.99 nursery cot.
Top picks from the event include the £29.99 Moses basket with adjustable height, available in the first collection.
There’s also a £119.99 Nursery wardrobe with hanging space as well as drawers and a changing table on the top.
They’ve also got baby high chairs at £12.99, an essential purchase for all parents to be!
Other items include a £5.49 New Mum Pamper Back, 12 multi-buy 64 packs of sensitive Baby Wipes (£5.39), a £79.99 bedside crib, and an eight pack of bamboo muslin cloths (£8.99).
There’s also soothers (£1.99), baby changing mat (£3.99), mini bath support (£9.99), nappies (from £2.59), air soother (£2.99) and family toilet seat (£14.99).
You can find your nearest Aldi here.