Aladdin's cave

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Aladdin's cave

n
1. a place containing fabulous riches
2. a place where something is abundant: an Aladdin's cave of presents for children.
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With both my birthday and Christmas falling in the month, I got hundreds of cards, and my cells in Belmarsh and Maidstone looked like Aladdin's caves, every inch covered in colour" Pop mogul Jonathan King, who served a sentence for offences involving boys "I suggest you get a life and stop whingeing" Liberal Democrat MP Bob Russell's reply to an e-mailer complaining about the cost of the royal wedding
Mary, Queen of Charity Shops: Revisited (BBC Two, 9pm) IF YOU spend your spare time browsing through the dusty rails at out-of-the-way charity shops and give a silent scream of glee when you discover a designer suit for less than the price of a Cornish pasty, the last thing you'll want is Mary Portas telling the masses that these Aladdin's caves of bargains are the place to be.
Esure's Mike Pickard said: "Their rooms are Aladdin's caves with hefty price tags to boot."
If you spend your spare time browsing through the dusty rails at out-of-the-way charity shops and give a silent scream of glee when you discover a designer suit for the less than the price of a Cornish pasty, the last thing you'll want is Mary Portas, below, telling the masses that these Aladdin's caves of bargains are the place to be.