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boat for under 40 notes at Lidl £39.99

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4y, 4m agoFound 4 years, 4 months ago
not sure I'd want to go out to sea too far in it but at this price must be worth a go - in stores from monday 28th may !
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tubbyasstoo
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades
There's probably not a Bloody Hell but a lot of people use the expression.

Oh my God... If he/she/it exists, I doubt he/she/it belongs to anyone.

I'm on Tenterhooks... I very much doubt anyone has ever been on tenterhooks and survived.

I'll keep my eyes peeled... I painful and somewhat pointless process as it would no doubt render the 'peeler' blind.

He's got a chip on his shoulder... Doubtful but it may have happened in a fish and chip shop at some point in time.

Making a pigs ear of it... Has ANYONE EVER made a pigs ear out of anything other than a pigs ear?

Butterflies in my stomach... Possible but very doubtful.

I think you probably get the gist.

Edited By: Blasphemous on May 27, 2012 12:03: .
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Tim_UK
http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_71536_05_v.jpg
I presume this picture would be how things would end up if someone took this out to sea, with the boat washed up on the shore minus the occupants!
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tubbyasstoo
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades

Dunno what country you live in, but in the one I live in Pound notes are legal tender and are issued by the Royal Bank Of Scotland, where do I live? England!!!
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If you don't want to miss the boat, get there early.
banned 10 Likes
Brilliant boats these , am planning an Atlantic crossing in one

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#1
http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_71536_05_v.jpg
#2
Is this available in store now?
1 Like #3
I bought one last year - tried it once on a river and it didn't feel good. May be fine for a couple of teenagers on a pond but not for sea, rivers or lakes.
10 Likes #4
If you don't want to miss the boat, get there early.
banned 10 Likes #5
Brilliant boats these , am planning an Atlantic crossing in one
1 Like #6
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades
#7
Great for my pond.
7 Likes #8
Could be worth a punt ?
2 Likes #9
Lanse
Could be worth a punt ?
dunno about that... might pop it.
2 Likes #10
Think I'm going to let this one sail by
#11
float, float on....
14 Likes #12
tubbyasstoo
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades

Dunno what country you live in, but in the one I live in Pound notes are legal tender and are issued by the Royal Bank Of Scotland, where do I live? England!!!
51 Likes #13
tubbyasstoo
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades
There's probably not a Bloody Hell but a lot of people use the expression.

Oh my God... If he/she/it exists, I doubt he/she/it belongs to anyone.

I'm on Tenterhooks... I very much doubt anyone has ever been on tenterhooks and survived.

I'll keep my eyes peeled... I painful and somewhat pointless process as it would no doubt render the 'peeler' blind.

He's got a chip on his shoulder... Doubtful but it may have happened in a fish and chip shop at some point in time.

Making a pigs ear of it... Has ANYONE EVER made a pigs ear out of anything other than a pigs ear?

Butterflies in my stomach... Possible but very doubtful.

I think you probably get the gist.

Edited By: Blasphemous on May 27, 2012 12:03: .
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Tim_UK
http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_71536_05_v.jpg
I presume this picture would be how things would end up if someone took this out to sea, with the boat washed up on the shore minus the occupants!
2 Likes #15
these things are dangerous cold for me
#16
I cant sea a deal here..
#17
Goodbye England, America here i come :)
#18
Blasphemous
tubbyasstoo
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades
There's probably not a Bloody Hell but a lot of people use the expression.

Oh my God... If he/she/it exists, I doubt he/she/it belongs to anyone.

I'm on Tenderhooks... I very much doubt anyone has ever been on tenderhooks and survived.

I'll keep my eyes peeled... I painful and somewhat pointless process as it would no doubt render the 'peeler' blind.

He's got a chip on his shoulder... Doubtful but it may have happened in a fish and chip shop at some point in time.

Making a pigs ear of it... Has ANYONE EVER made a pigs ear out of anything other than a pigs ear?

Butterflies in my stomach... Possible but very doubtful.

I think you probably get the gist.

GTFO?

X)
2 Likes #19
Actually jersey and guernsey in the channel islands still have pound notes
#20
I didn't see any in Jersey when I was there.

Few beers and hit the ocean for a great view of the sailing in Weymouth! sounds ideal...
1 Like #21
I'm naming mine Titanic, America here I come
9 Likes #22
Blasphemous
tubbyasstoo
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades
There's probably not a Bloody Hell but a lot of people use the expression.

Oh my God... If he/she/it exists, I doubt he/she/it belongs to anyone.

I'm on Tenderhooks... I very much doubt anyone has ever been on tenderhooks and survived.

I'll keep my eyes peeled... I painful and somewhat pointless process as it would no doubt render the 'peeler' blind.

He's got a chip on his shoulder... Doubtful but it may have happened in a fish and chip shop at some point in time.

Making a pigs ear of it... Has ANYONE EVER made a pigs ear out of anything other than a pigs ear?

Butterflies in my stomach... Possible but very doubtful.

I think you probably get the gist.
I thought it was 'tenterhooks'?:p

Edited By: steadyeddie on May 24, 2012 21:41
1 Like #23
The Captain of the Concordias vessel that he can paddle around the prison pond in.
#24
We bought one of these in bright red years ago. Goes with us every year where we can use it. Had 1 small pucture on one of the seats but apart from that been exceptionally rugged!

If all else fails, if there is a hosepipe ban on in your area, you can fill it with cold water with a bucket and treat it as a micro paddling pool in this hot weather! lol Long enough to lay down in!
2 Likes #25
Its not a boat, its a dinghy!

Edited By: **** on May 24, 2012 21:45
2 Likes #26
Blasphemous
[quote=tubbyasstoo]
I'm on Tenderhooks... I very much doubt anyone has ever been on tenderhooks and survived.
I get your point, but it's tenterhooks!

*pedant alert*
(_;)
#27
2 Likes #28
Petunia: Oh it’s ever so nice and peaceful up here, Joe. Nice view, too!

Joe: Aye, very nice Petunia. And look at that nice little boat. He’s ’aving a lot of fun out there in his nice little dinjy. That’s what they call them you know, sailing dinjies.

Petunia: Aren’t they nice people at our hotel, Joe?

Joe: Heh heh! Hello! Now he’s splicing his mainbrace!

Petunia: Though I don’t think the man on table number six is very nice.

Joe: Ey, do you think he’s in trouble, Petunia?

Petunia: Ooh no, Joe, he’s just enjoying himself on ’oliday.

Joe: Oh, he’s decided to ’ave a swim. Now he’s going to climb back again. I expect that water’s a bit cold, don’t you? Oh, oh, he’s changed his mind. Now he’s waving to us. COOOEEE! I can’t say I recognise him, though.

Petunia: Well he must know us. Maybe it’s the gent on table number six?

Joe: No it’s not him, he’s much…. Oh now he’s shouting. LOVELY DAY, I’NT IT?

Man in distress: HELP HELP! DIAL 999 AND ASK FOR THE COASTGUARD!

Joe: I can’t hear a word he’s saying, you know! Dial 999 … and … ask … fo r… the … coast … guard…. Well I never!

Voiceover: If you see a boat you think may be in distress, dial 999 and ask for the coastguard!
1 Like #29
Knew a bloke in Seaton Carew who had one of these, got hom in a lot of trouble
1 Like #30
Goodbye England, Panama here I come...!
#31
dba58
these things are dangerous cold for me

Dangerous for you, a riot for me!
#32
Oh excellent! Cue all of the shiny trainer brigade descending on us with their stupid cheap kayaks which inevitably end with a call to our Coast Guard..... lol
1 Like #33
YAY !!! Hitting the White water in this bad boy, say a prayer for me !
#34
Chucked a 70hp outboard on the back of mine. It goes like stink. Great as an inshore speedboat or weather permitting a deep sea fishing boat.
#35
Jamezy100
Chucked a 70hp outboard on the back of mine. It goes like stink. Great as an inshore speedboat or weather permitting a deep sea fishing boat.

Would it be sufficient to go fishin for king crab out of Dutch Harbour ?:|
#36
Whoever found this deal... take a bow!!
1 Like #37
Monkeybumcheeks
YAY !!! Hitting the White water in this bad boy, say a prayer for me !


May the force be with you.
#38
states that they will have either a rubber dingy or 2 person kayak
same price
this is the dingy the green one is the kayak
http://www.lidl.co.uk/static_content/lidl_uk/images/UK/UK_71536_01_b.jpg

Dinghy:
- Includes 2 aluminium oars, with reinforced blades
- Lengthways bar base construction with 3-air chamber system
- Size inflated, approx. (cm): 272 x 141.5 x 62
- Weight approx. (kg): 6
- Max. load (kg): 260
Kayak:
- Includes double-ended aluminium paddle, with reinforced blades
- Lengthways bar base with 5-air chamber system
- 2 safety screw valves
- With removable foot rest
- With practical duffel bag for easy transport
- Splashproof storage pouch with hook & loop fastener
- Size inflated, approx. (cm): 325 x 91 x 46
- Weight approx. (kg): 7
- Max. load (kg): 160


Edited By: mrwhitelabel on May 24, 2012 22:34
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steadyeddie
Blasphemous
tubbyasstoo
dunno if you have been in a timewarp

but we ain't had £ notes for decades
There's probably not a Bloody Hell but a lot of people use the expression.

Oh my God... If he/she/it exists, I doubt he/she/it belongs to anyone.

I'm on Tenderhooks... I very much doubt anyone has ever been on tenderhooks and survived.

I'll keep my eyes peeled... I painful and somewhat pointless process as it would no doubt render the 'peeler' blind.

He's got a chip on his shoulder... Doubtful but it may have happened in a fish and chip shop at some point in time.

Making a pigs ear of it... Has ANYONE EVER made a pigs ear out of anything other than a pigs ear?

Butterflies in my stomach... Possible but very doubtful.

I think you probably get the gist.

I thought it was 'tenterhooks'?:p


You dont need to get on your pedal stool. In regards to the deal, it sounds a bit like a damp squid.
4 Likes #40
RUBBER DINGHY RAPIDS WAJ :)

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