There will definitely be people running around to find a last-minute Mother's Day present to show their mum that they really care. And, let's face it, flowers are always a good option - even if their from a petrol station.
But florists will jack up the prices around these special days to ensure they're getting their money's worth.
Thankfully, one kind LAD in Devon has left out a bunch of daffodils with a sign saying: "Free for children with not much money (or if you need cheering up)."
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It's such a kind offering considering some kids can't afford to splash £20 on a bunch of flowers. Ali snapped a picture of the flowers and posted it online before it went absolutely viral.
Speaking to the Mirror, the mum of two said: "I saw it as I was walking along the main street in Tavistock and just thought it was the nicest thing I had seen all day!
"I think I know who the person is who probably left them there - he's a local man, you know, a sort of hippy character.
"I see him around busking and doing odd jobs, and sometimes he's around selling daffodils. I went to pick up a coffee and saw lots of people looking at the flowers. It was lovely."
She says the wooden crate was full of daffodils when she first saw them and when she returned they were all gone.
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If you hadn't managed to get flowers, then you can't go wrong with a big, juicy, succulent, cheap steak.
Aldi has introduced the 'Mother of All Steaks' for the Mother's Day weekend, with the special 21-day aged British rump steak, costing just £4.99 for 454g/16oz.
Julie Ashfield, Joint Managing Director of Corporate Buying at Aldi, said: "We've seen sell-out success of our Big Daddy steaks in the past and now it's Mum's turn.
"The 'Mother of All Steaks' has been created especially for Mother's Day and is sure to bring smiles to the faces of mums across the country.
"At Aldi we're committed to offering premium quality products at amazing low prices, allowing customers to make substantial savings on luxury items without any compromise."
Aldi advises that the steak is cooked over a high heat before being rested for up to 10 minutes to make the most of the delicious flavour from the rump cut.
Fingers crossed it'll make her love you so much that she soon forgets about all those years you've brought home naff handmade gifts from school. The poor lass.
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