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David Does It Best T-Shirt - White £4.93 Delivered @ The Hut

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Great t-shirt to welcome our new prime minister on Friday. Also in Ladies: http://www.thehut.com/10166119.html
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Great t-shirt to welcome our new prime minister on Friday.

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#1
No thanks, `I agree with Nick` - David words too!
#2
they'll be cheaper still on friday if gordon gets in.....
#3
At least your title bar will stay the right colour!! (BLUE) Very cold!
#4
lol when I saw the title I thought it meant Beckham
#5
Horrible:oops:
#6
Have some heat. Not cos' I'm a tory but for posting and making me smile...
#7
This is likely to go nearly as cold as the economy will if the Conservatives do win.
#8
Politics aside where the hell did they get a RRP of £19.99 from ?!
#9
VDisillusioned
This is likely to go nearly as cold as the economy will if the Conservatives do win.


It's at absolute zero now.
#10
Well if the Tories get in i cant wait to see that smug git when he tries to dodge the questions and he is squirming.
#11
wow, not as much Cameron support as the opinion polls make out then, I've been thinking over the last few days that the polls must be BS as I only know a couple of real Cameron supporters.

At last people might be seeing through the media misguidedly supporting a man that refuses to answer questions!!
#12
i voted luke warm by mistake
#13
Problem is with the current voting system is that more people despise the Conservatives rather than like them. Tactical voting, whether Labour or Liberal, is the only way to stop them.

Wearing this T-shirt would be an invitation for a good kicking outside of a Young Conservatives club, wouldn’t it?
#14
mcdebooks
wow, not as much Cameron support as the opinion polls make out then, I've been thinking over the last few days that the polls must be BS as I only know a couple of real Cameron supporters.

At last people might be seeing through the media misguidedly supporting a man that refuses to answer questions!!


Just what I've been thinking :thumbsup: every election without fail I think, I won't vote for the Liberals because it's a wasted vote, and thus the cycle perpetuates. I'm sick of being fed information. I hope everyone does stuff it to the Pollsters.
#15
mightykaboosh
Just what I've been thinking :thumbsup: every election without fail I think, I won't vote for the Liberals because it's a wasted vote, and thus the cycle perpetuates. I'm sick of being fed information. I hope everyone does stuff it to the Pollsters.


I'm sure some of the polls are genuine, and reported genuinely, but they tend not to get reported by say the Daily Mail!!

Some people will want to be seen to be on the side of victory so will vote according to the polls they read about.

As this is a money saving website then I suppose not many Tory voters come on here as they don't need to save money!! Hence this deal being so cold.
#16
Can't wait for the 'George Osborne - fiscal genius' t shirt
maybe it's in tory circles that £19.99 would be an acceptable price for a dish rag
Gord help us
#17
It staggers me at times the blind faith people have in Labour in this country - can you not see for youselves the complete mess our country is in at the moment ???...so lets plod on with more of the same and everything will be fine....well it wont so try doing something about it :roll:

Look back in 12months when the Tories have at least tried to sort the mess out and reduced the disgraceful amount of debt Labour have put us in and think maybe that guy on HUKD had a point.

For once it's about time this country looked after people who actually contribute and put something in the pot rather than the spongers who don't

I wonder for people's sanity at times it they truly want the current unelected, despised PM to be voted in.

The recover starts tomorrow :thumbsup:
#18
lol HKUD has gone political!

I thought if meant davdi Beckham too, he`d probably be more popular than Cameron. How much make up does he wear ffs or is it botox & fake tan, either way he looks strange and what the hell are the Tories polices anyway? They darent tell us or where the cuts will come from either.

Should be interesting Friday!
#19
mikeyw
It staggers me at times the blind faith people have in Labour in this country - can you not see for youselves the complete mess our country is in at the moment ???...so lets plod on with more of the same and everything will be fine....well it wont so try doing something about it :roll:

Look back in 12months when the Tories have at least tried to sort the mess out and reduced the disgraceful amount of debt Labour have put us in and think maybe that guy on HUKD had a point.

For once it's about time this country looked after people who actually contribute and put something in the pot rather than the spongers who don't

I wonder for people's sanity at times it they truly want the current unelected, despised PM to be voted in.

The recover starts tomorrow :thumbsup:


Complete mess that would have happened sooner and lasted longer under Tories IMO, I hardly think they're in a position to lecture on financial regulation (Nick Leeson, Mirror Group, BCCI).

I do agree with you on the spongers though.

I would vote Tory if they had real policies, but they haven't, they haven't earned my vote simply by not being Labour.

Case in point, a cap on immigration that doesn't apply to the biggest source of immigration is not a policy in my eyes, it's just a load of toss presented well.
#20
Politics aside is that a hitler salute????
#21
Cheap n tacky and don't get me started about the t-shirt.
#22
http://www.mydavidcameron.com/posters/nix1

:whistling:
#23
Should be suffixed with "Selfservative Party"
#24
Before voting for the Eton toffs have a look around at all the new school buildings. Look at the community support officers on the streets. Look at how Labour HAS helped the old. Look at the new hospital buildings in your area. I look after my 92 year old mothers finances and have done for years, she has never been so well off. Hospital treatment when needed, free TV licence, over £400 cold weather payments, free bus passes, presciptions ect ect ect. We DON'T need change we need to carry on looking after the vulnerable not the rich. Tories are the party of the rich who given a chance will govern for the rich.Opposed to a minimum wage because of job losses, yeah right, did it happen NO.
Anyway rant over, come on Gordon, not the prettiest but the one with the best policies.
banned#25
ghinzani
Should be suffixed with "Selfservative Party"


Agreed.

And it's a terrible t-shirt.
#26
"outside posh boy" and rot in hell.
#27
http://img188.imageshack.us/img188/237/postertoryz.jpg
#28
patience_1
lol when I saw the title I thought it meant Beckham


Ditto
#29
Cant wait till all the Tax/Child credit beneifits get abolished.

Save the country a fortune. Just getting rid of Liebour will do that.

The good times are over folks...Browns bankrupt the country.

Get off the net and your arse and pay some taxes.

Come on Dave
#30
nick cleggs wife is hot !!!!
#31
mikeyw
It staggers me at times the blind faith people have in Labour in this country - can you not see for youselves the complete mess our country is in at the moment ???...so lets plod on with more of the same and everything will be fine....well it wont so try doing something about it :roll:

Look back in 12months when the Tories have at least tried to sort the mess out and reduced the disgraceful amount of debt Labour have put us in and think maybe that guy on HUKD had a point.

For once it's about time this country looked after people who actually contribute and put something in the pot rather than the spongers who don't

I wonder for people's sanity at times it they truly want the current unelected, despised PM to be voted in.

The recover starts tomorrow :thumbsup:


Great post. A lot of people are like the Labour party unfortunately, they spend spend spend without thinking how the money will be paid back.

The Conservatives are the only party to be trusted to sort our dire finances out. If Labour were to win the election, then the pound will be worthless and we will be saying hello to the IMF. Unfortunately some can't see the bigger picture, rather than themselves.
#33
scunny
Before voting for the Eton toffs have a look around at all the new school buildings. Look at the community support officers on the streets. Look at how Labour HAS helped the old. Look at the new hospital buildings in your area. I look after my 92 year old mothers finances and have done for years, she has never been so well off. Hospital treatment when needed, free TV licence, over £400 cold weather payments, free bus passes, presciptions ect ect ect. We DON'T need change we need to carry on looking after the vulnerable not the rich. Tories are the party of the rich who given a chance will govern for the rich.Opposed to a minimum wage because of job losses, yeah right, did it happen NO.
Anyway rant over, come on Gordon, not the prettiest but the one with the best policies.


I'm with you on the 'looking after the vulnerable' point but I'm afraid I have to disagree on some things - there were free bus passes and prescriptions for the elderly under the last Tory government - all Blair/Brown have done over the last 13 years is steal from the vast majority of decent, hard-working (many working/middle class, Labour supporting) people and handed it back out to the lay-abouts who refuse to work and immigrants who continue to flock freely into this country. People are dying in hospitals from infections they are contracting whilst receiving treatment for other illnesses as too much money has been wasted on management/admin staff and not enough on doctors/nurses. Lovely having new buildings, just a pity there's not enough medical staff to treat the people in them! Another example of money-wasting is schools - where schools are failing, yes, intervention and the new 'building schools for the future' is great in theory, but our local council wanted to close and demolish a high performing, oustanding high school with good facilites and build another half a mile down the road. Where's the fairness/logic in that?? It's Labour who've got us into this economic crisis and I'm afraid that we'll just see a continuation of all of this if they succeed again. I was in my first year at uni when I was old enough to vote for the first time in 1997 and I voted Tory, the opposite of what the vast majority of my friends voted for as at that time, new Labour was 'Cool'. It was amusing to see the faces of the students who had voted Labour when one of the first things they did was withdraw higher education grants for all and introduce tuition fees. So much for 'Education, Education, Education!'
#34
patience_1
lol when I saw the title I thought it meant Beckham


Likewise. Just goes to show who our heroes are these days. It's not filthy politicians, that's for sure.
#35
Bollicks
Cant wait till all the Tax/Child credit beneifits get abolished.

Save the country a fortune. Just getting rid of Liebour will do that.

The good times are over folks...Browns bankrupt the country.

Get off the net and your arse and pay some taxes.

Come on Dave


@pt
#36
Monkeybum01
I'm with you on the 'looking after the vulnerable' point but I'm afraid I have to disagree on some things - there were free bus passes and prescriptions for the elderly under the last Tory government - all Blair/Brown have done over the last 13 years is steal from the vast majority of decent, hard-working (many working/middle class, Labour supporting) people and handed it back out to the lay-abouts who refuse to work and immigrants who continue to flock freely into this country, make a quick quid and then ****** off back home. People are dying in hospitals from infections they are contracting whilst receiving treatment for other illnesses as too much money has been wasted on management/admin staff and not enough on doctors/nurses. Lovely having new buildings, just a pity there's not enough medical staff to treat the people in them! Another example of money-wasting is schools - where schools are failing, yes, intervention and the new 'building schools for the future' is great in theory, but our local council wanted to close and demolish a high performing, oustanding high school with good facilites and build another half a mile down the road. Where's the fairness/logic in that?? It's Labour who've got us into this economic crisis and I'm afraid that we'll just see a continuation of all of this if they succeed again. I was in my first year at uni when I was old enough to vote for the first time in 1997 and I voted Tory, the opposite of what the vast majority of my friends voted for as at that time, new Labour was 'Cool'. It was amusing to see the faces of the students who had voted Labour when one of the first things they did was withdraw higher education grants for all and introduce tuition fees. So much for 'Education, Education, Education!'
All this said, I will be voting UKIP this time around!


why not vote BNP you half wit? MY mrs has a student loan from the early 90's and has still had to pay nothing back because she doesn't earn enough!
#37
scunny
why not vote BNP you half wit?


Wish I could have come up with something that funny.
#38
Monkeybum01
Wish I could have come up with something that funny.


post UKIP policy that should be good for a laugh.
Also have a look at this. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/abolish-student-grants-says-tory-policy-group-1317838.html
#39
scunny
post UKIP policy that should be good for a laugh.
Also have a look at this. http://www.independent.co.uk/news/abolish-student-grants-says-tory-policy-group-1317838.html


Interesting reading Scunny, I'm not surprised. Anyway, enough of the slanging match! :oops:
#40
Monkeybum01
Wish I could have come up with something that funny.


If you want a real half-wit, who said something very funny - well at least the Tory candidate must be laughing - then how about this http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/uk_politics/election_2010/england/8660823.stm "genius".

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