Exclusive MINION Designs (Despicable Me) T-shirts (Male / Female / Kids) - Deal ends 11pm Today - @ Qwertee - £10.50 each Delivered - HotUKDeals
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2 different designs, £8 each (Delivery is £2.50). Sizes up to 3XL available. Remember to change the flag icon at the top right (Change Currency) to UK to see GBP Prices - default is Euro.
Prices will go up tomorrow and then the item will be removed the following day - not available elsewhere.

T-shirts are £8 + delivery
Hoodies are £24 + delivery

The Minions Have the Phonebox (Reprint) is Back!
The Artist:
onebluebird

About This Design:
Wolvenion (Reprint) is Back!
The Artist:
Donnie

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Edited By: Jas10 on Jul 05, 2014 03:40
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banned#3
cold
#4
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
#5
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.
#6
Great Tshirt OP thanks for posting X)
#7
not a deal deal as such but these are reprints.qwertee normally only print t shirts once so great if u wanted 1 and missed these tees the first time round :)
#8
jamesw306
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.
Trying to be clever are we, epic fail!

Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.


Edited By: powerbrick on Jul 05, 2014 09:55
#9
powerbrick
jamesw306
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.
Trying to be clever are we, epic fail!

Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.



I think to be fair James' definition is more accurate than yours. You must have used a preschool dictionary.

Truthfully I hate to get involved in such nonsensical replies and disputes but there is one thing I hate more. The use of 'epic fail.' Especially when the said fail is not epic.

In this case the 'epic fail' belongs squarely to you...


A proper definition of the word 'deal'.


deal1
diːl/
verb
verb: deal; 3rd person present: deals; past tense: dealt; past participle: dealt; gerund or present participle: dealing
1.
distribute (cards) in an orderly rotation to players for a game or round.
"the cards were dealt for the last hand"
synonyms: distribute, give out, share out, divide out, divide up, hand out, pass out, pass round, dole out, mete out, dispense, allocate, allot, assign, apportion, bestow; More
include a new player in a card game by giving them cards.
distribute or mete out (something) to a person or group.
"the punishments dealt out to the rioters were hideous"
2.
take part in commercial trading of a particular commodity.
"directors were prohibited from dealing in the company's shares"
synonyms: trade in, buy and sell, be concerned with trading, be engaged in trading, do business in; More
be concerned with.
"journalism that deals in small-town chit-chat"
synonyms: concern, be about, be concerned with, concern itself with, have to do with, discuss, consider, cover, treat of, pertain to, appertain to; More
informal
buy and sell illegal drugs.
"you are suspected of dealing in drugs"
3.
take measures concerning (someone or something), especially with the intention of putting something right.
"the government had been unable to deal with the economic crisis"
synonyms: cope with, handle, manage, attend to, see to, take care of, take charge of, take in hand, sort out, tackle, take on; More
cope with or control (a difficult person or situation).
"you'll have to find a way of dealing with those feelings"
treat (someone) in a particular way.
"life had dealt very harshly with her"
synonyms: treat, handle, serve, use; More
have commercial relations with.
"the bank deals directly with the private sector"
have as a subject; discuss.
"the novel deals with several different topics"
4.
inflict (a blow) on (someone or something).
"hopes of an economic recovery were dealt another blow"
synonyms: deliver, administer, dispense, inflict, give, impose; More
noun
noun: deal; plural noun: deals
1.
an agreement entered into by two or more parties for their mutual benefit, especially in a business or political context.
"the government was ready to do a deal with the opposition"
synonyms: agreement, understanding, pact, compact, bargain, covenant, contract, treaty, protocol, concordat, entente, accord, arrangement, accommodation, compromise, settlement, negotiation; More
a particular form of treatment given or received.
"working mothers get a bad deal"
2.
the process of distributing the cards to players in a card game.
"after the deal, players A and B stay out"
a player's turn to distribute cards.
"‘Time for one more game.’ ‘All right. Whose deal?’"
the round of play following a distribution of cards.
the set of hands dealt to the players.
Origin
Old English dǣlan ‘divide’, ‘participate’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch deel and German Teil ‘part’ (noun), also to dole1. The sense ‘divide’ gave rise to ‘distribute’, hence sense 1 of the verb, sense 4 of the verb; the sense ‘participate’ gave rise to ‘have dealings with’, hence sense 2 of the verb, sense 3 of the verb.
#10
jamesw306
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.

He blatantly meant that it wasn't a "hot" deal, though.

In the context of the site, that's pretty obvious.
1 Like #11
Every "deal" on this website is something that is cheaper in one place than most other places. Personally I think you'd struggle to find a t-shirt of this quality and originality cheaper anywhere else. If Asda started selling a 50" 3D TV for £1, but it was only sold in Asda at a fixed price that never has and never will change, I'd still expect to see it on here. Also you can only get this design today and without this post I probably would have missed it. Surely this post is everything this website stands for?

There. That's my two pence worth.
#12
powerbrick
jamesw306
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.
Trying to be clever are we, epic fail!

Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.

Wow you have overlooked the part where it says "Deals can be". A deal can be anything which is for sale, how great (or epic in your case) the deal may be is completely a matter of opinion to the potential buyer.
#13
TomBoyNI
powerbrick
jamesw306
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.
Trying to be clever are we, epic fail!

Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.


I think to be fair James' definition is more accurate than yours. You must have used a preschool dictionary.

Truthfully I hate to get involved in such nonsensical replies and disputes but there is one thing I hate more. The use of 'epic fail.' Especially when the said fail is not epic.

In this case the 'epic fail' belongs squarely to you...


A proper definition of the word 'deal'.


deal1
diːl/
verb
verb: deal; 3rd person present: deals; past tense: dealt; past participle: dealt; gerund or present participle: dealing
1.
distribute (cards) in an orderly rotation to players for a game or round.
"the cards were dealt for the last hand"
synonyms: distribute, give out, share out, divide out, divide up, hand out, pass out, pass round, dole out, mete out, dispense, allocate, allot, assign, apportion, bestow; More
include a new player in a card game by giving them cards.
distribute or mete out (something) to a person or group.
"the punishments dealt out to the rioters were hideous"
2.
take part in commercial trading of a particular commodity.
"directors were prohibited from dealing in the company's shares"
synonyms: trade in, buy and sell, be concerned with trading, be engaged in trading, do business in; More
be concerned with.
"journalism that deals in small-town chit-chat"
synonyms: concern, be about, be concerned with, concern itself with, have to do with, discuss, consider, cover, treat of, pertain to, appertain to; More
informal
buy and sell illegal drugs.
"you are suspected of dealing in drugs"
3.
take measures concerning (someone or something), especially with the intention of putting something right.
"the government had been unable to deal with the economic crisis"
synonyms: cope with, handle, manage, attend to, see to, take care of, take charge of, take in hand, sort out, tackle, take on; More
cope with or control (a difficult person or situation).
"you'll have to find a way of dealing with those feelings"
treat (someone) in a particular way.
"life had dealt very harshly with her"
synonyms: treat, handle, serve, use; More
have commercial relations with.
"the bank deals directly with the private sector"
have as a subject; discuss.
"the novel deals with several different topics"
4.
inflict (a blow) on (someone or something).
"hopes of an economic recovery were dealt another blow"
synonyms: deliver, administer, dispense, inflict, give, impose; More
noun
noun: deal; plural noun: deals
1.
an agreement entered into by two or more parties for their mutual benefit, especially in a business or political context.
"the government was ready to do a deal with the opposition"
synonyms: agreement, understanding, pact, compact, bargain, covenant, contract, treaty, protocol, concordat, entente, accord, arrangement, accommodation, compromise, settlement, negotiation; More
a particular form of treatment given or received.
"working mothers get a bad deal"
2.
the process of distributing the cards to players in a card game.
"after the deal, players A and B stay out"
a player's turn to distribute cards.
"‘Time for one more game.’ ‘All right. Whose deal?’"
the round of play following a distribution of cards.
the set of hands dealt to the players.
Origin
Old English dǣlan ‘divide’, ‘participate’, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch deel and German Teil ‘part’ (noun), also to dole1. The sense ‘divide’ gave rise to ‘distribute’, hence sense 1 of the verb, sense 4 of the verb; the sense ‘participate’ gave rise to ‘have dealings with’, hence sense 2 of the verb, sense 3 of the verb.

Oh another smarty pants, the definition is actually the one this very site gives!
#14
jamesw306
powerbrick
jamesw306
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.
Trying to be clever are we, epic fail!

Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.

Wow you have overlooked the part where it says "Deals can be". A deal can be anything which is for sale, how great (or epic in your case) the deal may be is completely a matter of opinion to the potential buyer.

Wow you have conveniently overlooked the part where it says "bargain" :p
#15
powerbrick
jamesw306
powerbrick
jamesw306
James_C84
this isn't really a deal, it's the normal price
Wish people looked up the meaning of the word deal before they post these comments. A deal is purely a business transaction so yeah this is a deal. If this website was called hot uk savings I'd understand your argument.
Trying to be clever are we, epic fail!

Deals can be any product or service people can buy for a bargain, including two-for-one sales, reduced prices, and clear out sales.

Wow you have overlooked the part where it says "Deals can be". A deal can be anything which is for sale, how great (or epic in your case) the deal may be is completely a matter of opinion to the potential buyer.

Wow you have conveniently overlooked the part where it says "bargain" :p
What you mean a bit later in the sentence after "Deals can be". You are confusing the word can with must my friend.

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