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10 Pack Papermate Click 2020 for 10p! @ Robert Dyas

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10 Pack Papermate Click 2020 pens for only 10p, 1p a pen! 4 x Blue 4 x Black 1 x Red 1 x Green These were in Richmond store and had loads in stock. Shared Via The HUKD App For Android… Read More
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10 Pack Papermate Click 2020 pens for only 10p, 1p a pen!

4 x Blue
4 x Black
1 x Red
1 x Green

These were in Richmond store and had loads in stock.

Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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#1
Now thats a deal!
#2
wow cheap pens
#3
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!
#4
Only slightly cheaper pens from Ladbrokes and Billy Hill's etc.
But, they ain't papermates and only cheaper if you don't lose a few quid. :p
#5
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...



Edited By: alex16 on Dec 31, 2014 00:17: editing previous text
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alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...




Get some of these and you can write to them!
#7
You are not entirely "on" your trolley!
#8
haha funny! hot deal
#9
Red Devil PJB
alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...




Get some of these and you can write to them!

Well, since you're both off topic, there's a nice kebab shop near Sidcup in Kent which does both kebabs and English chips and they aren't too bad either!
#10
alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...





I've just realised how stupid I look when I veer MASSIVELY off topic, seriously though? Pens to the declination of already poor British food, and declining standards amongst chippies?

Dafuq.
#11
YoAlpha
alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...





I've just realised how stupid I look when I veer MASSIVELY off topic, seriously though? Pens to the declination of already poor British food, and declining standards amongst chippies?

Dafuq.



Can't edit, but also FYI, it's no surprise that your local chippy charges more for chips than the cost of these pens.. Portion of chips for 10p? No chance.. In fact, this is Britain! There is an extremely minute amount of things you can get for less than 10p. Hell, most places don't even do penny sweets anymore! I can't remember the last time I saw something you could buy for less than 10p which wasn't reduced, or something like that. Besides 2p forks in chippies & 3p bags in lidl.
#12
If your looking for a pencil, I noticed IKEA have a few in stock... :)
#13
abubakrsiddique
Red Devil PJB
alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...



Get some of these and you can write to them!
Well, since you're both off topic, there's a nice kebab shop near Sidcup in Kent which does both kebabs and English chips and they aren't too bad either!

Dean Road, Bolton - Kebab place run by Asians - and they also still do proper British Fish & Chips.
#14
alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...
What's that on your shoulder?
#15
alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...


I can't help but think that you were actually looking for Hot UK Deal's sister website, Hot UK Rants.
#16
YoAlpha
alex16
Red Devil PJB
Cheap as chips, literally at my local chippie!

My local chippie has just shut down, but before they did they charged more than these pens cost. Now I don't have a local chippy.

Off-topic but...

They also gave variable size portions, and never compensated for giving you the last portion of small, dry, burnt/chewy ones by giving you more, or charging you less, or suggesting you wait for the next batch (something I remember my childhood chippy doing). Which is why I only went there once every year or so. I know the cost of fish has gone up, but potatoes are cheaper than they've been for years (people prefer other carbs these days, such as pasta/rice, because potatos are seen as hard work (to cook) and less healthy) so it's hard to see how you can screw that up so I can't help but think that I wasn't the only person who balked at paying £1.50 - £2 for a handful of edible fried potato. I know British food is a bit of a joke which is why no high street is without a couple of Indians, chinese, perhaps a kebab place and if you live in a slightly more upmarket area a thai or whatever, with British food being relegated to the odd chippy and during the daytime hours a cafe serving greasy spoon stuff, but I wonder for how much longer chippies will be about; you can get more consistant quality fried potato products in the form of `fries` at a kebab place; they aren't a patch on proper chips, but if you can't actually get proper chips anywhere then that's something of a moot point...




I've just realised how stupid I look when I veer MASSIVELY off topic, seriously though? Pens to the declination of already poor British food, and declining standards amongst chippies?

Dafuq.

Now there's a no brainer!

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