I wonder if you are recieving tons of circulars every week (all year) like we do? This circulars are delivered in bundles by young people, who patiently walks from house to house with whatever they have found to carry the heavy stuff  in. A pram, pushchair, handcart…

After some time, one will begin to think about how to get around in the house without having to face colorfull offers constantly. This problem are solved by joining the free municipal collecting of old newspapers and circulars, comming around every 14 day.

All in all, it seems that this circulars keep the wheels going on in many ways. To me, there are a money saving effect too, because of the time that pass from finding the great offer in a circular till I finaly get to the shop. Either it is too late or I have changed my mind, after having had a great time imagining me to be owner of another unneccesary thingamabob. (What a fun word, hopefully understandable.)

4 comments so far

  1. burstmode on

    Our circulars come by mail. I only look at the B&H photo Christmas one!

  2. Gerry on

    Only you could create a striking graphic from a pile of advertising circulars! (And I must say Danish circulars appear to be more attractive to begin with than their omnipresent cousins in the U.S.)

  3. giiid on


  4. Nye on

    I get lots of junk mail also, but the ones that come to our door are mostly the church people or kids selling stuff for school.

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