Christmas Cracker Mayhem Review

A Closer Look

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A Closer Look


Bargain Snaps...

We don't live in the best economic conditions and so it is no surprise that people aren't spending their hard earned money on novelties such as these. However at just 10 pence a pop, the Tesco Value Cracker set is kosher with just about everyone's wallet.

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They aren't the most exciting items to look at however with some luck, they should do the same job as its dearer siblings...

The Middle Man...

The conventional Christmas cracker may be more expensive than the Tesco Value offering but as always you get what you pay for.

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At £6, the crackers are larger and also superior in aesthetic design. Out with the plain red and in with the obese snowman and confused reindeers.

The Pretentious Exclusive...

For those of you who are a little bit "rahhh", you might be looking for something a little more sophisticated. This is exactly where the Tesco Luxury range springs to life.

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Forget about silly snow men and crimson themes. These items use subtle intricate designs of snowflakes, tinsel and christmas trees. Finally the handles are wrapped with two thick ribbons.

With the excessive aesthetic analysis complete, lets finally put these novelties to the test.

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Most Recent Comments

24-12-2010, 21:15:21

Are you now working for tesco lolQuote

25-12-2010, 04:40:13

Game Over
Ok was watching Peep Show and they mentioned the Christmas crackers, What the heck is that all about? Are they some type of fire cracker or actual crackers, and how does it all work?Quote

25-12-2010, 07:46:15

LOL you crack me up Quote

25-12-2010, 17:41:14

i shoulda went to tescos =/, my crackers were proper "no frills" no mini screwdriver set or nothing =( just stinky hair clips!!!!!!!!!!!!!! happy xmas =D off to round 2 turkey and probally turkey sandwiches untill next year peace outQuote

25-12-2010, 23:46:14

Game Over
I had to go on youtube to get the low down on Christmas Crackers, I have never heard of seen those before, must be very uncommon stateside. Looks like the little ones get a big kick out of it.

Wonder why they do not market those here, a lot of money to be made.Quote

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