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    My parents have told me that I can't have vans and have to stick to my pumps as school shoes my uniform is basic so pumps arnt and issue. Can you buy cheap style vans ?

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    Obligatory damn daniel comment
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    What sorry ?
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    It' a popular internet vine where a kid keep complimenting a kid called daniel on his vans
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    (Original post by Tomj200)
    My parents have told me that I can't have vans and have to stick to my pumps as school shoes my uniform is basic so pumps arnt and issue. Can you buy cheap style vans ?

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    Obligatory damn daniel comment
    These vans are black not white.....
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    Those are fake vans aren't they I'm sure you can. My mum once bought me a [pair of cheap trainers for school, they were so cool but the sole like ripped halfway off and when I went home and almost in tears I asked for a new pair my DAD said no put an elastic band round them at which point I was holing back the tears. I did get a new pair. Did I ever tell you the time I let my sister cut my hair....
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    (Original post by alkaline.)
    These vans are black not white.....
    I look past shoe colours and see what's on the inside, doesn't matter if the vans are white or black, they're all unique in their own ways
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    Those are fake vans aren't they I'm sure you can. My mum once bought me a [pair of cheap trainers for school, they were so cool but the sole like ripped halfway off and when I went home and almost in tears I asked for a new pair my DAD said no put an elastic band round them at which point I was holing back the tears. I did get a new pair. Did I ever tell you the time I let my sister cut my hair....
    There cheap £4 pumps my cousin who goes my has vans and I have to stick to pumps
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    (Original post by Tomj200)
    There cheap £4 pumps my cousin who goes my has vans and I have to stick to pumps
    I know how you feel my parents were poor and whilst everyone had vans or whatever I was in pumps 'til I was 16.
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    I know how you feel my parents were poor and whilst everyone had vans or whatever I was in pumps 'til I was 16.
    If OP is 16 then he is old enough to work for it and buy the vans himself.
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    (Original post by Nettled)
    If OP is 16 then he is old enough to work for it and buy the vans himself.
    Or steal.
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    Or steal.
    Right because that's the only reasonable option he has..
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    (Original post by Nettled)
    Right because that's the only reasonable option he has..
    He's Oliver Twist what do you expect...
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    (Original post by Thomb)
    He's Oliver Twist what do you expect...
    Ah well I haven't read the book or watched the film.
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    If you're not happy with what your parents are providing you with, then you might be at a point where you can start providing yourself with these things. Perhaps saving up pocket money/doing chores/getting a small job would be beneficial?

    Edit: I know it's only school shoes, but it's an ideal chance to kick off a learning curve which will help you in the future!
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    (Original post by Nettled)
    If OP is 16 then he is old enough to work for it and buy the vans himself.
    I'm not old enough or have any money to buy my own
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    (Original post by Tomj200)
    I'm not old enough or have any money to buy my own
    Not even pocket money/birthday money/Christmas?
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    (Original post by Tomj200)
    I'm not old enough or have any money to buy my own
    Take my advice if your not 16 yet it really doesn't matter.
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    (Original post by Nettled)
    Not even pocket money/birthday money/Christmas?
    I spend / spent it All on others things
 
 
 
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