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    Do you agree with this list?

    http://www.giftshuffle.co.uk/blog/to...students-2014/

    I have to say my if someone told me about an alarm clock that illuminates exactly what you needed to do that day, I'd have been very thankful.
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    (Original post by Afradeetee)
    Do you agree with this list?

    http://www.giftshuffle.co.uk/blog/to...students-2014/

    I have to say my if someone told me about an alarm clock that illuminates exactly what you needed to do that day, I'd have been very thankful.
    1) no, use a bowl.

    2) thats quite cool tbh

    3) no

    4) as a gift, why not

    5) is pretty nifty

    6) as a gift, yes

    7) no

    8) cool

    9) no

    10) no, use a pad and paper instead
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    The cooking utencils don't sound too bad but the rest seem pretty rubbish, the clock sounds cool but I'd probably get bored of writting stuff down after a few days.
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    Nope not at all, not sure why but have zero interest in all of them.

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    I'm not too fussed on any of those.
    My nan bought me a 'teasmade' which is an alarm clock with a kettle attached. It basically makes you a cup of tea just before your alarm goes off. I love it.
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    (Original post by ChelseaYvonne)
    I'm not too fussed on any of those.
    My nan bought me a 'teasmade' which is an alarm clock with a kettle attached. It basically makes you a cup of tea just before your alarm goes off. I love it.
    I need one! Where do you get it?!

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    (Original post by HarrietROAR)
    I need one! Where do you get it?!

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    I have no idea. Just google teasmade. They're probably on amazon or something.
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    I thought they were all cool ☺️


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    (Original post by ChelseaYvonne)
    I'm not too fussed on any of those.
    My nan bought me a 'teasmade' which is an alarm clock with a kettle attached. It basically makes you a cup of tea just before your alarm goes off. I love it.
    That sounds incredible!
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    Here you go, a bit on the expensive side :/
    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Breville-VCF...giftshuffle-21
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    (Original post by Afradeetee)
    Do you agree with this list?

    http://www.giftshuffle.co.uk/blog/to...students-2014/

    I have to say my if someone told me about an alarm clock that illuminates exactly what you needed to do that day, I'd have been very thankful.
    2, 5, 7, and 10 all sound pretty useful and practical
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    Amazingly I've survived 3 years at uni without an of these things. But I do have a spatula, a measuring jug, a set of electric scales and a colander which are similar to some of the items.

    Would like an emergency charger thing but would have to remember to charge it...
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    (Original post by SmallTownGirl)
    Amazingly I've survived 3 years at uni without an of these things. But I do have a spatula, a measuring jug, a set of electric scales and a colander which are similar to some of the items.

    Would like an emergency charger thing but would have to remember to charge it...
    You can get one that looks like a key and is the size of a key now :P The lightning or mini-usb bit just sticks out the other end!
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    I have one of those cash stashes, they are brilliant!
 
 
 
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