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100M CLING FILM £1 @ Poundland £1.00

rreason2001 Avatar
7y, 4m agoFound 7 years, 4 months ago
100M FOR £1 Thats 1p per meter, meaning if your partner is 2 meters tall then it will cost 2 pence to wrap'em up. 'kinky film'
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#1
LOL!
Have some heat .
#2
Hot for the funny description.
banned#3
good price assuming it is microwave and food safe.
#4
csiman
good price assuming it is microwave and food safe.


I thought I was a sadist, however putting your partner in the microwave is even beyond me!
#5
serial killer on the loose by the sound of it , this guy sounds like Dexter. heat added nonetheless.
#6
Heat added, for making clingfilm from Poundland sound sexy.
#7
Putting Poundland in the title would help
#8
Lucky if you go out with a midget as its even cheaper. :thumbsup:
#9
rreason2001 is trying way way way way too hard to be funny!
#10
Voted cold for the misspelling. :whistling:

Metre not meter.
#11
Boiling for the hilarious description!
#12
" You could of picked anything in poundland and said 'check out this deal'. We all know it's a cheap place, even the bums on the dole spongin off the state!! "

Strange, the above is a post made by the OP earlier today..??:roll:
#13
Strange way to wrap "things" though if you only use 2m to wrap a 2m tall person...

Wouldn't that just be a big long strip lying on them?
#14
@saintee - depends on how wide the clingfilm is. And how wide the person is!
#15
maxtweenie
Voted cold for the misspelling. :whistling:

Metre not meter.


Stupid reason for voting cold, not least since you can spell it either way, a bit like misspelling and miss-spelling.

In both cases, both are correct.

Voted hot............. and looks like a night in with the clingfilm and baby oil.............. :thumbsup:
#16
mike23
Stupid reason for voting cold, not least since you can spell it either way, a bit like misspelling and miss-spelling.

In both cases, both are correct.

Voted hot............. and looks like a night in with the clingfilm and baby oil.............. :thumbsup:


In both cases above you are wrong. It's true meter and metre can be spelt either way, but they have completely different meanings in the UK. Only overseas do they spell the word meter to mean a unit of length.

You have also put one too many of the letter s in mis-spellings.

Either way, it doesn't matter to the heat of the item, hence the sarcastic whistle.
#17
:-Dmax and mike-re. above two posts....., you jokers..you...
#18
u thinking what i'm thinking?? :whistling:
they shopped at Poundland not Iceland ... hehehehe

http://weblog.greenpeace.org/makingwaves/sean-clingfilm.jpg

"[COLOR="Purple"]FEBRUARY 21, 2007
Earth, Fire, Ice...and clingfilm

Posted by Adele at 5:41 PM
A shameless plug now for a friend of mine who braved London's Milennium Bridge wrapped in cling film to promote his new campaign against global warming. Earth Fire Ice co-founders Sean Cornwell and Ed Stumpf have set off to compete in temperatures ranging from +40C down to -30C in the world’s hottest and coldest marathons – in the Sahara and at the North Pole (and before you ask, their flights are being offset by PureTrust, the carbon offsetting charity).

If you're not athletic, they've got us geeks covered too. This is the world’s first online campaign to drive awareness and action from individuals against global warming using pledges displayed on a specially designed Google Maps integration. AND they will even be blogging and uploading content to the EarthFireIce website from both marathons, and undertaking media interviews live by satellite telephone.

Sign up at their website, make a pledge, and read Sean's frank blog to find out how difficult it is to launch a campaign and train for two marathons in 7 weeks - and I thought that Defending Our Oceans was a challenge, thank God they didn't make me swim the English channel or something in the process!

PICTURE FROM THE SUN NEWSPAPER, UK.[/COLOR]"

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