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    Toddler Swing Set

    Anywhere in Bangkok sell these that I can have a poke around with before splurging all the $$$?


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    Tree...rope...old tire. Best swing my brothers and I ever had.

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    'ain't got no trees in me garden and she's too fat to hang off the shrubbery.

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    Dunno about the swing and slide. These are good though and double up as somewhere to crash when you get back from the boozer



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    ^

    I actually took a nap in one of those Hello Kitty houses this afternoon (sans the child and the dogs):


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    Take some blowing up, don't they

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    I've got a 2.5hp air compressor, which- between Hello Kitty houses, swimming pools, bouncy castles, etc- has saved me from a stroke many times over.

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    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong View Post
    Anywhere in Bangkok sell these that I can have a poke around with before splurging all the $$$?

    You can make that yourself for 5 bob, some sticky back plastic and a few bog rolls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FailSafe
    I actually took a nap in one of those Hello Kitty houses this afternoon (sans the child and the dogs):
    they look quite good, bit worried my dogs nails would pop it though.



    Quote Originally Posted by Dapper
    You can make that yourself for 5 bob, some sticky back plastic and a few bog rolls.
    i could try, then i'd have to pay someone to fix it.

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    Happy first birthday, Jensuda!...(April 17th)...
    Quote Originally Posted by armstrong
    bit worried my dogs nails would pop it though.
    a)Put a sign up, No Pugs Allowed...

    b)Declaw the wee fook (sorry)...

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    Unlike most inflatable toys (like my dearly missed former girlfriend...) the Hello Kitty house has been incredibly resilient- it's been abused by kids and dogs, dragged outside, etc, and it's remained intact (without much air having to be added) since Christmas- I'd highly recommend it- it was something like 1500 through Lazada (at least I think it was Lazada). They also have swings and the like on their site, but I don't know where you could check their stuff out in person before purchasing.
    There he goes. One of God's own prototypes. A high-powered mutant of some kind never even considered for mass production. Too weird to live, and too rare to die.
    HST

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    Quote Originally Posted by BaitongBoy
    b)Declaw the wee fook (sorry)...
    verrrrry tempting. would save my garden a bit too...


    Quote Originally Posted by FailSafe
    Unlike most inflatable toys (like my dearly missed former girlfriend...) the Hello Kitty house has been incredibly resilient- it's been abused by kids and dogs, dragged outside, etc, and it's remained intact (without much air having to be added) since Christmas- I'd highly recommend it- it was something like 1500 through Lazada (at least I think it was Lazada). They also have swings and the like on their site, but I don't know where you could check their stuff out in person before purchasing.
    thanks failsafe

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    Just saw this on the ground floor of Gateway Ekkamai



    All of the stuff has sale on it




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    Toy's R Us have that stuff, but it's fantastically expensive.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dillinger
    Just saw this on the ground floor of Gateway Ekkamai
    legend. thanks.


    Quote Originally Posted by CSFFan
    Toy's R Us have that stuff, but it's fantastically expensive.
    yeah checked out the new(?) toys r us in Mega Bang Na, had a couple but $$$.


    I'm willing to spend less and just get a slide...

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    any idea what store that is selling the stuff in Gatewai? Can't find it online but might send wifey tomorrow on a scouting trip...

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    Oops forgot to amend. It's on the 1st floor not ground floor.

    It's not part of a store, just all laid out on the walkway. She won't miss it

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    If I may suggest an alternative that has worked for years.......some assembly required.

    Get a couple of big boxes or one refrigerator box. Use it to make a house by making rooms in it with using sheets as "walls" stuck up using scotch tape.

    Cut a few windows with the little one involve in how they want it done.

    Last, buy some watercolor paint, put the box outside and let your little one decorate the "house". Then for later remodeling, give her a big box of crayons.

    Works a treat, cheap as chips and gives the little one something to draw on that's not your walls.

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    Buy her an active dog, and not the fat bastard one's that sleep all day, that only wake up to eat, fart and shit. (yes................I also have a pug)

    The terrier that has just joined the family is a live-wire and keeping everyone (including the fat pug) on their toes.

    Great fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Davis Knowlton
    Tree...rope...old tire. Best swing my brothers and I ever had.
    I think my parents must have forgotten the tire part, the swing they made us was naff.


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    Houston we have a problem...





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    Take her the park.

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    Cubby houses. I loved Cubby houses made from whatever I could suspend over whatever was upright.

    Or a tent with heaps of food and preferrably hotdogs or popcorn and beer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Horatio Hornblower View Post
    Take her the park.
    Bit heavy, and I'm not sure his house is big enough.

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