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After a few days of consulting government guidance and sorting out the necessary precautions to keep you safe and sound, we're happy to say you can now pick up your shopping outside our store at 18 Pydar Street, Truro via click and collect. How it works 1. Place your order You must place your order before coming to the click and collect drop off point. You can order via: Email: sales@happypiranha.com Telephone: 01872 277875 Website*: https://happypiranha.com Facebook: @happypiranha *If you are ordering online, select the 'local pickup' option when picking which type of postage you require. If possible, try and...

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Sometimes, times get tough and as much as we’d like to shower the ones we love with material gifts, we can’t. 

That doesn’t mean you can’t show them that you care though. Here’s some free and thoughtful gift ideas that you could give, instead of stealing from our store.

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Being a small, independent business, it feels almost absurd how often we catch people trying to steal from their local store.

Rather than throwing ourselves into the sea of despair, or spending too long pondering why we even bother trying to make a living, we thought the least we could get out these thieving reprobates was some content.

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News (if you can actually call it that) of NASA discovering a thirteenth zodiac star sign has been spreading like wildfire on social media, as has the panic that people’s zodiac signs may have shifted. Don’t panic, here’s what’s really happened. In short, it’s the same as it’s always been.

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The depiction of a serpent or dragon consuming its own tail is an old one. A symbol of the cyclical nature of things, and linked to the end of the world and immortality, it's woven its way through time and across cultures for over a millennia. Origins and influences Originating in ancient Egyptian iconography, the Ouroboros first appears in the Enigmatic Book of the Netherworld, found in the tomb of Tutankhamun. The symbol persisted into Roman times, often appearing on magical talismans. The World Serpent founds its way into Western culture through the Greek Magical Papyri - a body of writing...

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