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Thread: FOLDABLE SHOES A Pair of Stylish Chinelas by Michelle Foldable Shoes

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    FOLDABLE SHOES A Pair of Stylish Chinelas by Michelle Foldable Shoes

    • Can buy multiple vouchers per person; can buy multiples as gifts
    • Must choose preferred size and colour when purchasing deal: Small, Medium or Large in Black, Silver, Red or Purple
    • Please note that black is not available in medium
    • Please note that there is limited stock availability of small/black, medium/purple, large/purple
    • Please provide your delivery address when purchasing the deal, Chinelas by Michelle will ship your order automatically and no further redemption is required
    • Expect delivery within 4 weeks from when the deal ends, subject to availability of the product
    • Delivery is included Australia wide only
    • Delivery is made from Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm only
    • Please provide a valid street address or PO Box
    • If there is no one present at the delivery address to accept the product when it is delivered or the incorrect delivery details are provided at check out, a re-delivery fee may apply and you will be solely responsible for paying any such fee
    • Please make your selection carefully. No changes or cancellations can be made once you have purchased a voucher as products are automatically dispatched
    • For enquiries, contact info@chinelasbymichelle.com
    • Available for Michelle styles only. Not valid for Katrina or Vanessa styles




    Get this bargain! for FOLDABLE SHOES A Pair of Stylish Chinelas by Michelle Foldable Shoes from Spreet!



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    very good idea these shoes. Sadly offer is over
    I love to shop!

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    I just google it now and they are looking weird and i don't understand why someone need it.Any explanation

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    I think they're for drunken nights out, so women can have them in their bag and take them out for a more comfortable walk home.

    Some night clubs offer vending machines to get them such as this: Shoe vending machine at the club | JUMI
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    Awesome, shoe vending machine, for guys they should have a witches hat vending machine, the night is not complete until you find a witches hat!
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    Fool you'll love this:

    BBC News - Plan dropped to end cone tradition on Glasgow's Wellington statue



    Plan dropped to end cone tradition on Glasgow's Wellington statue

    Plans to end a tradition of placing a traffic cone on Glasgow's iconic Duke of Wellington statue are dropped after a public backlash

    Plans to end a long-standing tradition of placing a traffic cone on Glasgow's iconic Duke of Wellington statue have been dropped after a massive backlash.
    Glasgow City Council wanted to raise the plinth as part of a 65,000 project to refurbish the monument, which stands outside the Gallery of Modern Art.
    It abandoned the plan after a massive social media campaign saw thousands of people sign a petition opposing it.
    Campaigners who planned a demonstration now say they will hold a victory rally.
    The council had said that raising the height would end a practice which projected a "depressing image" of Glasgow and would save the 10,000 cost of removing the cone 100 times a year.
    Michael Gray is one of many campaigners who plan to hold a victory rally
    The scheme would have seen a new granite-clad concrete base of 86cm (34in) added to the memorial to raise its overall height.
    However, the council has reconsidered its decision after an online petition called "Save Wellington's Cone", which gathered thousands of signatories in just a few hours, and a Facebook campaign which had planned a rally in support of the cone.
    A council spokesman said: "The wording of the report was appalling and the leader of the council (Gordon Matheson) has instructed officers to withdraw the planning application."
    The petition stated: "The cone on Wellington's head is an iconic part of Glasgow's heritage, and means far more to the people of Glasgow and to visitors than Wellington himself ever has.
    "Raising the statue will, in any case, only result in people injuring themselves attempting to put the cone on anyway: does anyone really think that a raised plinth will deter drunk Glaswegians?"


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