Thursday, 3 July 2014

Giveaway #404 : Win a fabulous Philips Airfryer or Food Processor - closed - winners William Gould & Beverley Derbyshire


I told you earlier about Philips' Great Big Little Thank You campaign, encouraging everyone to thank people more often for the little things they do day-to-day. I had a go earlier in the week, consciously making an effort to say thank you at times when I probably may not have bothered otherwise, and I was surprised to see people being extra helpful, smiling and making me smile too. (Click through to see how I got on in detail.)


Well, Philips have come up with a great way of getting you involved too - you'll be able to thank them (and me !) for the fabulous prizes that they've come up with for my blog !

- a fabulous Viva Collection Food Processor - This Philips Food Processor has a 3-in-1 compact set-up with a 2.1-l bowl, blender and grinder mill. It also has 4 stainless steel discs enabling you to effortlessly create a wide variety of your favourite recipes. Accessory storage included. RRP £100

- an equally fabulous Avance Collection Airfryer - Philips' unique Rapid Air Technology lets you fry with air to make food that is crispy on the outside and tender on the inside. Little or no oil is needed to ensure perfect texture and delicious results! RRP £230

To be in with a chance of winning one of these fabulous prizes, enter your details in the Rafflecopter widget below. You can specify which prize you would prefer - the first winner will get first choice and the second winner will get the remaining prize.


UK only. Closing date : 18/7/14

T & C's : Entries close at midnight on the closing date. Winners will be selected with a random number generator and announced on facebook, twitter and in the giveaway post subject line. Please note, you will be contacted by email and/or twitter and if I haven't heard from you after a week, I'll have to pick another winner. Prizes will be sent out by the companies or their PR directly to winners. Madhouse Family Reviews cannot be held responsible for any prizes that go astray !

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368 comments:

  1. I should say thankyou to my mum a lot more, shes been there for me a lot especially since ive had my children, both fab prizes I would love the airfryer

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  3. My husband,he does so much for me and our family.I would love the food processor!

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  4. my other half, i moan at him more than i thank him - must change this!!!

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  5. My Mum & Dad especially today as I have a raging tooth infection & they took me to the dentist & collected my antibiotics for me. I would love either prize Thank You xxx

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  6. My parents - they both do so much for me and have supported me through some very hard and difficult times. I don't thank them enough!

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  7. #readcookeat challenge : Greek cuisine (inspired by When The Cypress Whispers) - commented

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  8. probably the hubby as i can be a bit of a pain at times both are fab but prob the food processor

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  9. My Mum, She is always there for me whenever I need her and she is the very best Nanna in the world to my children.
    I would like the Airfryer if I'm lucky enough to win.

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  10. My best friend, she's always there for me and an absolute star, and if I were lucky enough to win, I would chose the Airfry and give it to her as a thank you

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  11. Johan Ellermann3 July 2014 at 21:43

    My wife because she does so much and is in general just awesome !

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  12. I should thank my hubby more because he has always been my rock for over forty year of marriage. Would love the Philips Airfryer please if lucky.

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  13. My gran who has taught me so much and who has always been there for me no matter what. Her kindness and ability to weigh up any problem and come up with a solution never ceases to amaze me.
    If I won I'd chose the air fryer

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  14. Would have to be my wife. She does so much for us as a family and very rarely gets the thanks and credit due for all her efforts to keep us running as a family unit.

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  15. My husband, David because he has to put up with me!

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  16. I should thank my late parents for instilling in me my values and beliefs which have guided me through my life.

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  17. I am far from perfect, but I honestly think I always give thanks whenever it is due to everyone and anyone who deserves it. I think its really important to treat other people as you would wish to be treated!

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  18. I always thank my family,friends and strangers, sometimes too much, but I always appreciate when someone does something for me

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  19. I think we should say thank you to teachers not just school teachers but swimming teachers, dance teachers, scout leaders - all those who run clubs for children. So many children walk away at the end of a club or lesson without saying thank you. If I won I would love the airfryer.

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  20. My mother in law. She does a lot for me & my son and I'm not sure if we let her know how much it is appreciated x

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  21. My parents! I don't appreciate them enough!

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  22. My mum is 83 and is crippled with arthritis but has always helped as much as she can, she saves £10 a week for me to put towards holidays and childrens birthdays. I would love the air fryer.

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  23. I should thank by best friend more - maybe i'll thank her with a meal if I win!

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  24. To my husband for being so patient with my family's dramas.

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  25. to my daughter for always being there to help me no matter what

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  26. My partner, he gave up so much for us as a family i could never begin to repay him other than with love.

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  27. My husband, he's so brilliant with our 3 little ones, after a rough night he lets me sleep in if possible and quite often he wakes up in the middle of the night to attend to our kiddies x

    (Pia S)

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  28. my dad, he's an absolute star!

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  29. My parents, for letting me stay with them even though I'm in my thirties and my partner James for looking after me through illness, I'd love the food processor for myself but ideally the airfryer wold be perfect as I've been wanting one for my parents for a while.

    Sharon xx
    Beauty, Miscellany

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  30. My hubby, for taking care of both me and our daughter after I had an accident. I would love either of the but the airfryer would be a healthy treat for said hubby who loves his chips but is worried about his waistline.

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  31. I want to thank my parents for all their help and for bringing me up as best they could, I think they've done a brilliant job :)

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  32. my mum in law. she always looks after my son when we need her to (which isnt very often to be fair!) and as neither of us drive, she will always be willing to bring us anywhere we need to go.

    id love the airfryer :)

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  33. I commented on Sorry seems to be the hardest word ... or is it thank you?

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  34. I should probably thank my parents more.

    I'd prefer the airfryer but the food processor would be good as well.

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  35. I should thank my hubby more often as he really makes an effort to cook my favorite foods on the weekends for me. I would prefer the food processor as first choice, but happy with either.

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  36. My mum, as she always helps me out.

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  37. Probably my mum-in-law. She's always helping out and says it's because she enjoys it but although we tell her I hope she knows how much we appreciate it.

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  38. Edward Guerreiro4 July 2014 at 03:16

    I has to be my brother. He does things for me all the time, but he also annoys the hell out of me sometimes. As such, sometimes I don't say thank you when I should.

    If I could chose one of the prizes, it would be the Philips Airfryer. I have wanted to try one of those for a long time, but I can't justify the cost.

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  39. I should say thank you to my children a lot more, and praise them for things they do.

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  40. Commented on 'Was June a winning month for you?'

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  41. It has to be my Husband, he is also my carer, shopper, chef, taxi driver, supporting shoulder owner & very best friend.
    We will have been married 25 years on Monday (7th) & been together through some serious life trials. I don't take what he does for me for granted but I'm guilty of not saying Thank you to him enough. I will try harder.

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  42. I should say thank you to my husband more often, he grows such wonderful veg and I just use it without thinking, as if it had come from the supermarket, which is a pity after all the effort he puts in to it

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  43. I've commented on your Sorry seems to be the hardest word or is it Thank you.

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  44. Forgot to say I'd love the Airfryer please if I am lucky enough to win. Fingers crossed.

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  45. I try to thank all my family and to cherish each and everyone but when life is busy and I am stressed it is so easy to forget!

    Airfryer please - guilt free chips what could be better!

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  46. My wife as she does everything to keep our home running smooth :) the fryer would be nice :)

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  47. My parents - I love them so much and don't think I can ever thank them enough for being there for me unconditionally

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  48. I should thank my wife more - for putting up with me

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  49. my husband menopausal mood swings are a nightmare!!

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  50. My spouse works hard and takes care of everyone. Thank you! And I would love to win this fryer

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  51. My hubby for allowing me to be a lady of leisure and letting me cook all day.

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  52. My daughter & son in law for my two beautiful and amazing little granddaughters who are the light of my life. I've wanted to be a Nana since I was small (loved mine!) and they have made my life complete. I now know why I was put on this earth! <3 <3

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  53. My mum as she is fab. Would love the fryer

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  54. I should say thank you to my husband far more, he took on me and my four very small children and has been the best Dad ever.

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  56. My partner. We have had much heartache over the last 2 years, but he has really kept me sane.

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  57. I would say a big thank you to my wife and kids for keeping me alive and sane when nobody else could.

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  58. My husband because he does so much for our little family and sometimes I don't always show him how much I appreciate it.

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  59. my boyfriend for being the best! (kris)

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  60. My mum, she's the best <3 xx

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  61. my hubby - he does a lot of things at home that I should be doing

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  62. My husband Graham who has made me a cup of tea in bed every single day of our marriage. Unfortunately he is lucky if he even gets a grunt out of me, never mind a thank you.

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  63. my mum and dad, because they're always there no matter what :)

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  64. My husband, John. He's always ready to help, not only me but anyone and will put himself out. I get a cup of tea in bed every morning, he helps with the housework and helps our teenage son with his homework. I couldn't ask for a better husband.
    I would love a fryer please.

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  65. My parents because they are always there for me. I'd love to win the fryer but the food processor would be completely wasted on me, lol, I detest cooking :D Rafflecopter entries in my real name NIKKI HAYES

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  66. laura jayne bates4 July 2014 at 12:55

    i shouls say thank you to my mum and dad more often they do such a lot for me

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  67. I should say thank you more often to my partner as I am disabled and cannot do almost any thing for myself, I do try very hard to say thank you each time but I'm sure I must miss the occasional brew or something here & there :)

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  68. Oops, I forgot to state my preference! Which would be the air fryer I am very keen on trying one of these, they sound great & anything which help to keep your family's health whist still be able to enjoy great food must be a good thing! :)

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  69. I really should say thanks to my hubby more often as he does so much. Thanks for the lovely giveaway Cheryl and if I win I'd love the Philips Airfryer please.

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  70. I have left a comment on your toothbrush review, also. :)

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  71. My Mum, and close call but I'd prefer the Airfryer.

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  72. I should thank my mother more often, I really do take her for granted more than I should.

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  73. My friend John, who visited every day in hospital for 2 weeks when he didn't need to.
    (Spencer Broadley)

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  74. My Mum - who doesn't get thanked often enough for everything she does and has done for me

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  75. I really should say thank you more to my husband! He has been my rock (even if he is a pain in my ass sometimes lol) and has helped me so much overcome some personal issues aswell as being an amazing hardworking daddy to our 2 beautiful children! xx

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  76. My husband! He has been my rock through so much (depsite being a pain in my ass sometimes lol) I love him and im so thankful for everything he has helped me overcome as well as being a fantastic, hardworking daddy to our 2 beautiful children! x

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  77. Probably my husband, he makes so many cups of tea! :)

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  78. I'd love to thank my wife Sheila, just for being there for me.
    AirFryer please

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  79. I would thank my mom who does so much for us!

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  80. My mum for everything she does for me

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  81. My whole family,husband ,daughters and grandchildre,would love an actifryer if I won

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  82. My husband - he puts up with a lot!!!

    I'd love to win an air fryer, as then I could cook him some healthy chips to say 'thank you' :-)

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  83. I should say thank you to my husband more, he works hard and looks after our kids so well

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  84. I would love to in the Airfryer. I already have a processor which I hardly use.

    I should say thankyou more to my OH, who is lovely.

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  85. Wouls love the airfryer as a gift for my hubby, I owe him loads for looking after me and as he does 99% of the cooking this would make his job a little easier.

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  86. I should say thanks to my lovely wife more often. She does so many of the "little things" that I take for granted. Would love to give her the Philips Airfryer. Fingers crossed!

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  87. My parents for all their help, I don't know what we would do without them.

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  88. my daughters, they are wonderfully kind and considerate. I'd like the airfryer as first choice, but both are great prizes

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  89. my mum - she never does enough. there is always more. The air fryer would be the first choice! @Amezeylady

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  90. My father who has spent 25 years looking after my disabled mother

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  91. I would have to thank my entire family much more for putting up with my grumps and supporting me throughout.

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  92. My partner, she does so much for me, and it's easy to take it as normal, when it's not is it, it's special. Looks a lovely processor.

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  93. My husband - he is such a hard worker and always puts us a family first before anything else!

    I would love to win the Philips Airfryer !

    Ashleigh

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  94. I should say thank you to my mum and dad who have done so much for me over the years.
    The food processor looks lovely

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  95. I think you can never say thankyou enough to your parents. In my case just my mum as Dad wasn't around. I often feel guilty and hope she knows how grateful I am for everything she has done for me.

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  96. I also commented on the Bayliss and Harding product review.

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  97. My Mum who has always been there for me. I openly admit to not phoning or visiting enough in todays time scarce world! I would love the Food Processor if I was lucky enough to win please!

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  98. I should thank my hubby more often - he's survived 10 years with me :)

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  99. I should say "Thank you" more to my husband as he is my carer & never complains & is always cheerful.

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  100. My Dad - he does so much for me, but often doesn't want thanks which makes it hard!

    I would love the airfryer.

    @rachiegr

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  101. I should say "Thank you" to my husband more often. He is so thoughtful I tend to take it for granted too often!

    I'd love an airfryer.

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  102. my partner, i need to show him that i do appreciate everything he does for us xx

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  103. My parents for helping me out with everything that they can

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  104. My mum for everything she does for myself

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  105. My husband....probably the only person who can put up with me...lol

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  106. my husband as he does so much for us around house as well as working full time..... id prefer airfryer please

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  107. My husband deserves more thanks. He works incredibly hard, does so much for our family including staying up all night with our newborn so I can recover from surgery. I try to thank him often but if I thanked him for every nice thing he did for us, I'd never say anything else. Awwww.

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  108. My husband I think I take him for granted sometimes and should thank him a lot more instead of moaning at him, I would love the air fryer please.

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  109. I also commented on your breaded pork chops receipe

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  110. My husband because he does so much to help at home (as I'm occupied with 3 under 4). He does most of the cooking, and I'd love to win him the airfryer as he really wants one.

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  111. my mum she does allsorts for me and i dont thank her enough

    id love an airfryer x

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  112. I should thank my partner more often because he does so much for me. We'd love the Airfryer if possible please.

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  113. I've left you a message on your tempting post: #readcookeat challenge : Greek cuisine :)

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  114. id have to say my partner...hes always doing something to annoy me that i forget to actually thank him for the things he doe do that are nice

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  115. my mum and my husband for helping and always being there for me

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  116. my husband, he's always there for me

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  117. My four grown up kids for all their support since we lost their dad three months ago

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  118. My mum, she holds out family together and has the patience of a saint!

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  119. My husband for putting up with me!

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  120. Commented on acai berry bar review.

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  121. My mum especially as she lost my dad last year & she's been so lonely say ( Melanie M )

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  122. My 83 year old mother in law because she always puts everyone before herself

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  123. would love the air fryer , my wife she is my world

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  124. MY WIFE FOR NURSING ME FOR THE LAST 4 YEARS.
    THE AIR FRYER WOULD BE GREAT IN MY BATTLE OF THRE BULGE

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  125. I should thank my children, they are 16 & 19, and fantastic. I am proud of them as human beings and I dont say thankyou to them for just being them. They would like me to win an airfryer

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  126. My mum, she is always helping me out.
    The air fryer looks great

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  127. My husband as he works so hard for our family. An airfryer would be lovely thank you!

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  128. I should say thank you more often to my husband for having a life together.
    Thank you for the giveaway.

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  129. my Dad, he does so much for my family xx

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  130. My parents, they're always there to help me whenever we need them.
    I would like an airfryer, thank you

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  131. My family, you tend to take them for granted...

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  132. The Airfryer would be nice... ;0)

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  133. My sons they always decorate my house for me, without any nagging. I would love the airfryer if I win.

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  134. my other half as he does so much for the family i would love to win the Airfryer

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  135. Fun Facts about our four-legged friends (and their owners !) glennamy

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  136. My Mum for her kindness.I would love to win the airfryer.

    Rachel Craig

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  137. my friend Paul, he has been there for me no matter what time of day or night, if i am choosen i would love to win the Philips Airfryer

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  138. My dad for all the diy he does for me, would love the airfyer

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  139. Commented on Globe-cooking recipe : Quick Breaded Pork Chops (Germany)

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  140. My hubby.. he does so much for me

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  141. My husband. He's helped me out a lot especially during weekends when he should be taking a break from work, just can't thank him enough!

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  142. I would say thanks to my mum for being amazing!

    I would love to the air fryer if possible xx

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  143. I commented on: #silentSunday 6/7/14

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  144. my parents, as they deserve more appreciation

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  145. Commented on the Quick Breaded Pork Chops recipe - Global cooking.

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  146. I'd love to say thanks more often to my husband - he makes me a cup of coffee each morning before he goes to work - we've been married over 16 years now and I moan if he forgets very occasionally one morning but forget to say thanks on the majority of mornings he does. Will try harder from tomorrow!
    I'd love to win the Air Fryer if possible please.

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  147. my partner hes a fab dad
    kay panayi

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  148. My husband as he has to put up with a lot of my moaning!
    The fryer would be brilliant!

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  149. My husband, I do take him for granted. I'd love the Avance Collection Airfryer - but either is great!

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  150. my mum, she never judges us

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  151. My kids, for being good most of the time ;-)

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  152. My other half, he helps around the house as much as he can and I seem not to notice.

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  153. thank you to my lovely husband, simply for putting up with me.
    I would love the food processor, thank you

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  154. I should say Thank You to my husband more often, he does so much for me and I sometimes take it for granted. I would like the food processor if I win please.

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  155. My Hubby deserves me to thank him more often. He cooks more than me now, does all the vacuuming & cleans the kitchen daily. He also goes shopping when I'm not up to it (I had an op on my knee which didn't go to plan so find walking difficult). Plus he shows me every day how much he loves me.
    I would like the Airfryer if possible please if I win.

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  156. My partner. . He never gets enough recognition for everything he does

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  157. The lovely receptionist at my GP surgery. The clinic was running over 90 minutes late & my boss was on my back to hurry up back to work. I kind of took it out on her at the time querying why it was so delayed, but after realised that it wasn't her fault & swung by later in the day to apologise. I think she's probably at the wrath of angry patients often & I felt so bad so being short with her! :( x

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  158. My mum because shes always helping me out

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  159. My parents. They have shown a lot of support and have helped them a lot over the years. They haven't expected me to do too much but as well as supported me I have learnt some great basic life skills from them so I want to have this opportunity to say thank you.

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  160. My husband because he does so much for my daughter and I and never grumbles

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  161. I need to thank my Dad more, for being so great to me despite a troubled past

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  162. Commented on Fun Facts about our four-legged friends (and their owners !)

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  163. I need to say thank you to my husband more often, he does a lot for me and the kids and it often goes unnoticed/unthanked.

    If I won I would like the airfryer

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  164. I should thank my teenage daughter. She never complained when I went through a serious bout of agoraphobia even though she had to miss out on day trips etc. She never made me feel bad. Id like the airfyer.

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  165. I'd say my mum,she does so much for me and I have to have physio twice a day,which shes does without complaining.I know my mum has wanted an Airfryer for ages,so I'll say the Airfryer

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  166. I commented on your Ripp(l)ing raspberry recipes !

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  167. to my mum shes amazing

    kay panayi

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  168. my mom for always baby sitting when i need her. I think she would prefer the food processor.

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  169. i commented on the rillpling raspeberries post.

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  170. My mum for giving me the breaks that helped me get where I am now

    Preference is for the air fryer please

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  171. My wife - she tries to do everything for everyone and never gets any thanks

    Would prefer the food processor

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  172. My mum - she works so hard and is always there for me

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  173. Difficult to say, I say Thank you all the time. I'll say Thank you for hosting lots of fab giveaways, as I know it takes time and effort to set up them & monitor.
    I'd go for the airfryer, as I always fancied one for healthy chips

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  174. My Mum and Dad - they never let me down

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  175. My dad. He'd do anything for me. Both a food processor and an air fyer are on my wish list, but given the choice I'd prefer the air fryer.

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  176. My folks as they have support me over the years and they are getting older and I don't see them frequently as I live a few thousand miles away now. Both prizes sound great, but air fryer would be my top choice so I can make healthy fries instead of doing them in the oven as I am currently doing.

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  177. I should thank my husband more for all the housework he does on top of working full time and he does most of the cooking as I have fibromyalgia and mobility problems. I commented on your cupcakes post on facebook and Whats Cooking 11/07 on your blog. I'd prefer the air fryer if poss please If I win, I have fatty liver disease and am currently battling all sources of fat in my diet so an air fryer would be perfect. thanks

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  178. Hubby for cooking my tea and it being ready when I get in from work.

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  179. my husband, he cooks most nights and makjes me breakfast (supper?) when i have worked nights, keeps me calm and motivates me to go that mile further i both my job and education

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  180. I would love the Philips Airfryer. I should thank my parents more often for always being there.

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  181. My other half for always being there for me x

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  182. My parents for looking after the kids at the weekend and giving me a break

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  183. Definitely my parents for being there helping me out at the drop of a hat x

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  184. My kids - so they know how much I appreciate them

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  185. My partners parents are always helping us out, so thanks to them.
    Either prize would be amazing.
    Sarah Hurrell

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  186. I would say thank you to myself as I am great

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  187. To my hubby for looking after me still after 24yrs together (childhood sweethearts) and for always cooking. Would love the fryer but happy with either

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  188. My dad, I thank my mum a lot (deservedly) but sometimes overlook all the amazing things my dad does for us all.

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  189. I should actually say thank you more to the binmen. Rain or shine they come every week.

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  190. I would love the food processor and I should say thank you to my long suffering husband more - he puts up with me and really that takes a lot!

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  192. My partner. I would prefer the Philips Airfryer because i have a food processor thanks to my dad (so maybe my dad too) :)

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