Earthquake Protection (Paperback) by Andrew Coburn for £37.95 @ Amazon UK - HotUKDeals
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#1
hahahaha

good find!
#2
So hot its positively shaking...
#3
lol pretty ironic just felt the quake
#4
were voting this hot - will anyone actually buy this?
#5
Noveed
lol pretty ironic just felt the quake


Because it was posted after the earthquake :)
#6
was there a quake i dint even feel it! just read bbc 4.7 on the richter scale unusual
#7
Unbelievable :w00t: talk about quick reactions :thumbsup:
#8
Ok so how much u making out this deal adambaz? :)

/sarcasm
#9
I know some people will do anything to push their deal but arranging an earthquake.....

I'm not suprised you use a wizard for your avatar :-)
#10
:lol:
Nice one adambaz :thumbsup:
#11
Very funny. Although I think a hardback would offer better protection

CS
#12
Not if it falls out of the bookshelf onto your head! :-D
1 Like #13
There was an earthquake? Damn, that's why the missues said the earth moved for her last night...
#14
wow, really. i felt the earthquake. was still awake. was unable to get under the table though. http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/150696/earthquake-protection-paperback-by-/images/smilies/icon_biggrin.gif
#15
I don't see why anyone would want this - we don't get earthquakes in the UK.
#16
iapetus
I don't see why anyone would want this - we don't get earthquakes in the UK.


What a turnip :w00t:
#17
better be quick

Only 1 left in stock--order soon (more on the way).

by all accounts we have a big one every 30 years. :thumbsup:
#18
Voted Hot! Not for the deal but the sense!!!
#19
voted cold - too late for this book now :whistling:
#20
I simply used the earthquake to persuade my wife that my sexual technique has improved somewhat. Lucky timing I guess. I mean, what are the chances of an eartquake in any 1.6 minutes?
#21
i felt it - i wasnt sure what it was at first lol, just the room shook for 8-10 seconds and over. luckily we were far from the epicentre, so nothing has been damaged at all.
#22
Are they selling them off cheap because it's too late to be useful any more?
#23
I heard it coming before it came...
#24
badmanmeow
I heard it coming before it came...


You sure your talking about the earthquake:roll:
#25
I'm absolutely amazed how insensitive people are to the misery caused by this earthquake. How can you treat such an event so flippantly. I've been trying to explain to the missus all day that it wasn't my fault my red wine spilled all over the carpet!!!
#26
i live in gainsborough, one of the worst hit areas, and all i want to say is that it was bloody scary, and if you felt it like we did then there would be no jokes about it, we are on the ground floor and there is two flats above us and we thought they were going to come down on top of us it was that bad! our whole building was shaking from side to side, you couldnt see because the vibrations were so bad, and the old lady that lives by herself above us was screaming, she was all alone and really scared, i can honestly say there is no way she will be making any jokes about it! we have structual damage in our bedroom because the force of it was so strong, there is cracks in the walls going along the ceiling that are quiet large and deep, our door frame is broken and has come away from the wall! and to top it off we have a young child that was sleeping in the next room to us, so think about those of us that have been affected seriously by it and all the children out there that have been scared shitless (as well as us adults)!!!
#27
iapetus
I don't see why anyone would want this - we don't get earthquakes in the UK.


Actually we have about 8 earthquakes a year here in the UK. Although most are minor enough not to get mentioned.
1 Like #28
Ten seconds of intense rocking and it was all over. Sounds like me on a good night. :-D
#29
DMcG1873;1640829
Ten seconds of intense rocking and it was all over. Sounds like me on a good night. :-D


Priceless! :-D
#30
Hahaha, awesome topic!
#31
grollyzbird
i live in gainsborough, one of the worst hit areas, and all i want to say is that it was bloody scary, and if you felt it like we did then there would be no jokes about it!


I live near Retford, so I can safely say that I probably did feel a similar intensity to you.

...And am still making jokes about it.
#32
my mum lives up the road from me and is making jokes about it, but she stopped laughing when she found out about the damage to our flat. she got quiet upset by it because of the cracks in the walls and our door frame has broken and come away from the wall (and our council still hasnt come to look at the damage!!!), because she also started to think what if the flats had come down, they are very old, the flats have all got structual damage, and the way this whole building was moving left to right probably would have scared you too. apperently it was felt worse down the hills were we are than up the hills were my mum lives so it seems like pot luck what everyone felt. i just dont find it funny at all just incredibly scary, because of the whole what if scenario...
#33
earthquakes should happen once a year to get rid of council estates and houses that dont get looked after. ([url]www.saynotowallpaper.com[/url]) :thumbsup:

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