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    Really want a poncho, anyone know any good places to get one?
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    Mug a cheerleader?
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    (Original post by Musical_shoes)
    Really want a poncho, anyone know any good places to get one?
    You can always use an old comfort blanket....
    Yeah, they have nice ones in Mango..everywhere sells them these days
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    (Original post by Musical_shoes)
    Really want a poncho, anyone know any good places to get one?
    Depends where u r... in London i think ull will find them everywhere.
    I think Candem market have really good ones.

    It also depends on, what kind of poncho want
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    (Original post by Musical_shoes)
    Really want a poncho, anyone know any good places to get one?
    thorpe park
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    lol thorpe park, tidal wave, bright orange style...nice.
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    (Original post by Musical_shoes)
    lol thorpe park, tidal wave, bright orange style...nice.
    indeed - i think i carried it off pretty well
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    Are they what i think they are btw?
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    Are they what i think they are btw?
    Aren't they those blankets with a hole in them that people wear these days?
    They were in fashion during the 70's
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    disney world....bright yellow with a hood and mickey mouse image on the back!!
    especially good for finding yourself in crowds from festivals when watching them on the telly
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    (Original post by zazy)
    Aren't they those blankets with a hole in them that people wear these days?
    They were in fashion during the 70's

    Yes
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    (Original post by zazy)
    Aren't they those blankets with a hole in them that people wear these days?
    They were in fashion during the 70's
    So in other words to my question, no...nevermind.

    Those are weird as well though, Homer got one, ask him how he did it.
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    They look weird on some people. Especially short people, it makes them look shorter. People nowadays were they coz there fashionable, where my dads from there to keep u warm.
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    Oh I think they look nice, but I can see it being a pretty pointless buy, as I think the return of them will be v short lived!
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    (Original post by SpAnIsH_fLy)
    Depends where u r... in London i think ull will find them everywhere.
    I think Candem market have really good ones.

    It also depends on, what kind of poncho want
    I was there today and they have some really nice ones that are really cheap.
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    (Original post by tis_me_lord)
    So in other words to my question, no...nevermind.

    Those are weird as well though, Homer got one, ask him how he did it.
    Homer as in Simpson?
    Are you refering to his 'moo moo'?
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    I got mine from TopShop - £40.
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    (Original post by charlord)
    disney world....bright yellow with a hood and mickey mouse image on the back!!
    especially good for finding yourself in crowds from festivals when watching them on the telly
    Ooh, I had one of them about 10yrs ago. Don't remember throwing it out so that should probably be "have"...
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    I have one, nice and cosy, from New Look where they have loads ranging from £15 to £30
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    do you mean like a pashmina? lol if you do
 
 
 
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