I gave my toddler £10 to splash out on some birthday presents for his dad in Poundland – what he bought was priceless | The Sun
A MUM who decided to give her son £10 to splash out on some presents for his dad in Poundland took to TikTok to share the priceless gifts he chose.
"Here’s £10 to buy Daddy a birthday present, okay?" Caroline began her video as she handed a £10 note to her little boy, who was armed and ready with a basket.
First of all, he hit the hair products aisle, and decided to get his dad some blonde hair dye.
"You want to buy him some hair dye so he can dye his hair?" Caroline asked.
"Okay. Put it into the basket if you want to buy it. Great."
Next up was some Corsodyl toothpaste, followed by some reading glasses and a multipack of salt and vinegar crisps.
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The toddler then grabbed some Minnie Mouse kitchen roll and some Bing-themed pocket tissues for his dad.
And clearly concerned about his father's sugar intake, he also picked up a tin of reduced sugar baked beans, and a pack of sugar free biscuits.
He concluded his haul with a bright pink travel cup and a bottle of bleach – much to his mum's delight.
In total, he spent £11.15 on goodies for his dad.
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Caroline's video then cut to show the birthday boy opening his presents, and he couldn't hide his delight as he unwrapped his bleach.
"No you didn’t," he joked.
"I always wanted… bleach!"
He even pretended to hug the bleach, while his son could be seen looking delighted and proud in the foreground.
"I will definitely be making this a yearly tradition!!" Caroline captioned her video.
"It was so fun!
"As you can see at the end my husband was thrilled with all his gifts."
"it’s so nice to hear parents not shouting ‘no’ at their kids and letting them make some decisions for themselves," one person commented on the video.
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"if you can get all that for a £10 I'm shopping where you shop lol also this is very adorable," another added.
"Give that man an Oscar!" a third praised.
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