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The Family Guy Trilogy - Laugh It Up, Fuzzball [Blu-ray] - £5.00 prime / £7.99 non prime @ Amazon

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The Family Guy Trilogy - Laugh It Up, Fuzzball [Blu-ray] - £5 @ Amazon. These are really funny and would make a good/cheap Christmas gift. --------- "All three special episodes of the animate… Read More
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The Family Guy Trilogy - Laugh It Up, Fuzzball [Blu-ray] - £5 @ Amazon.

These are really funny and would make a good/cheap Christmas gift.

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"All three special episodes of the animated comedy series, spoofing the original Star Wars films.

Blue Harvest tells the story of Star Wars Episode VI: A New Hope (1977), as Brian the dog becomes Chewbacca; Peter is Han Solo; Lois plays Princess Leia, and Chris takes on the guise of Luke Skywalker.

In the following episodes, Something, Something, Something, Dark Side spoofs Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (1980), while It's a Trap takes aim at Episode VI: Return of the Jedi (1983)."
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Thanks OP. Ordered this today for myself for Xmas. I tend to have to buy my own presents and give them to my wife to wrap and give back to me.

I'm not a Prime member so I had to pay for postage but it was only
£1.99, not £2.99 as the post suggests.
#2
Great spot. Great gift idea. Heat!!
#3
Unbreakab1e
Thanks OP. Ordered this today for myself for Xmas. I tend to have to buy my own presents and give them to my wife to wrap and give back to me.
I'm not a Prime member so I had to pay for postage but it was only
£1.99, not £2.99 as the post suggests.

That's possibly the weirdest arrangement I've ever heard of. I completely understand telling a person what you want for a present, I sort of understand buying it yourself and chalking it up as a present. To give it to your wife to wrap to give back to you? Completely unfathomable to me. Is this normal behaviour for others?
#4
Ordered. Heat.
1 Like #5
omgpleasespamme
Unbreakab1e
Thanks OP. Ordered this today for myself for Xmas. I tend to have to buy my own presents and give them to my wife to wrap and give back to me.
I'm not a Prime member so I had to pay for postage but it was only
£1.99, not £2.99 as the post suggests.
That's possibly the weirdest arrangement I've ever heard of. I completely understand telling a person what you want for a present, I sort of understand buying it yourself and chalking it up as a present. To give it to your wife to wrap to give back to you? Completely unfathomable to me. Is this normal behaviour for others?
She doesn't do shopping online and I do and the best prices for things I like are online (in most cases thanks to hukd). It's not how I would like things to be but at least this way I get some things I like and don't end up with endless sets of Marvel PJs and boxer shorts bought from the local Tesco.
#6
Same price at play.com or whatever they call it now Rat something
#7
Just bought it used from music magpie £3.35
#8
Used code BF20 to get discount
1 Like #10
omgpleasespamme
Unbreakab1e
Thanks OP. Ordered this today for myself for Xmas. I tend to have to buy my own presents and give them to my wife to wrap and give back to me.
I'm not a Prime member so I had to pay for postage but it was only
£1.99, not £2.99 as the post suggests.
That's possibly the weirdest arrangement I've ever heard of. I completely understand telling a person what you want for a present, I sort of understand buying it yourself and chalking it up as a present. To give it to your wife to wrap to give back to you? Completely unfathomable to me. Is this normal behaviour for others?
Normal for me. I get the odd nice surprise from the kids etc but yeah, I'd rather buy what I want and give it to the wife to wrap up. I'm getting some awesome stuff I want this year, instead of stuff I don't really want or need. Also, by the time Christmas comes around I've managed to forget about some bits so can be genuinely pleased and surprised when it's opened.
#11
ordered thanks :)

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