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Hanging Harry Light Pull - £4.99 at Play

£4.99 @ Play.Com
You can't help Harry to see the light, it's too late. Harry is already dead! But Harry can help you to switch on your lights. * Hangman's noose and 2m of rope included so you don't have to know how… Read More
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7y, 11m agoFound 7 years, 11 months ago
You can't help Harry to see the light, it's too late. Harry is already dead! But Harry can help you to switch on your lights.

* Hangman's noose and 2m of rope included so you don't have to know how to tie your own knots! Just replace the whole cord of your light pull
* Made from Silicone rubber


Been after one of these for a while and play is now the cheapest I can find with free delivery.
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#1
Looks good, so is Harry fluorescent?
#2
great for the kids room :w00t:
#3
Love it :)
#5
Sorry i dont agree I think this will give kids dangerous ideas
[mod]#6
These are fab, though not for my house lol! Fun for studenty houses :)
#7
fld14
Sorry i dont agree I think this will give kids dangerous ideas


Yeah, not good for Bridgend area in Wales.
#8
fld14
Sorry i dont agree I think this will give kids dangerous ideas


only if your sick enough to buy it for your kids in the first place!

top item IMO, love it!
1 Like #9
I actually got this last year for £8 as a replacement for my brother's broken bathroom pull light. He's blind and managed to smash the ceramic pull light handle against the tiled wall. With this one its alot safer so it just bounces back of the tiles. He loves the design.

I think you do have to have a (good/sick) sense of humour for it, when he has guests over they love it too. Only person not liked it so far was my mum, dad liked it too and was thinking of changing the ones at home just to annoy mum.

Now that I found it cheaper getting another one to replace his downstair loo pull light.

Only thing I was disapointed with was that its not glow in the dark.
#10
manchesterjim
only if your sick enough to buy it for your kids in the first place!

top item IMO, love it!


Not really an idea for the dragons den, more the dragons cot as only an infant would want one.
1 Like #11
CornishFrodo
Not really an idea for the dragons den, more the dragons cot as only an infant would want one.


yes im sure these were made purposely for infants...:roll:
some people are far too serious.
maybe you do actually need one of these
1 Like #12
Looks good to me. Bought my hubbie a Dead Fred last year, and he loves it. I like this one too

http://www.suck.uk.com/product.php?rangeID=102
1 Like #13
why cold?
#14
Tom Pickering
Yeah, not good for Bridgend area in Wales.


Is that supposed to be funny?
#15
emi
Looks good to me. Bought my hubbie a Dead Fred last year, and he loves it. I like this one too

http://www.suck.uk.com/product.php?rangeID=102


Avast threw up a virus warning about that site for me.....
1 Like #16
Can't believe how serious some people are on this site!

Don't worry about the kids being offended, just pick them up from school, take them to McD's for tea and then back home for a few hours on GTA, then pull the dead hanging man when they go to brush their teeth.

Hot from me.
#17
jamie60509
Is that supposed to be funny?


No, he was being entirely serious in suggesting that light-switch accessories are to blame for a spate of youth suicides.

What do you think?
#18
I knew that, I just asked if he thought making fun of that situation was funny

I just hope he never has to go through the horror of cutting someone down after they have done this - it's not at all funny then
1 Like #19
Just curious. Why do people think it is sick to have this, but are happy enough to wear a crucifixion around their neck?
#20
philh777
Just curious. Why do people think it is sick to have this, but are happy enough to wear a crucifixion around their neck?


Naff is a better word. One for the furry dice brigade boy racers of chavton. Who like to holiday in benidorm, drink pints and smoke tabs.

Take the test to see if you will like;

http://www.getlippy.com/quizzes/chav-quiz/quiz
#21
Sick.
1 Like #22
philh777
Just curious. Why do people think it is sick to have this, but are happy enough to wear a crucifixion around their neck?


I dont
1 Like #23
Seems like a bargain to me, heat added.
1 Like #24
jamie60509
I knew that, I just asked if he thought making fun of that situation was funny

I just hope he never has to go through the horror of cutting someone down after they have done this - it's not at all funny then



I don't think anyone is arguing that youth suicide - any suicide, in fact - is funny.

I've lost a member of my immediate family to suicide, but it doesn't stop me from being able to talk about it or accept other people making jokes or throwaway comments about suicide without getting offended.

I'll admit that I didn't find the original comment particularly funny, but nobody should be getting desperately upset or offended by such a throwaway remark.
#25
Tom Pickering
Yeah, not good for Bridgend area in Wales.


I use to live there and it's the most depressing place I've ever lived or visited so far....it's like living on the hell mouth (Buffy reference)....and for the life of me I could not find one decent place to eat out at....the best option was actually McDonalds. >_< ....I'm in no way condoning suicide because suicide isn't funny....unless it's a clown committing it.

cribert
why cold?


Well it's a great price compared to everywhere else but it seems people are very politically correct here and lack an average sense of humour. And as for people worrying about kids being influenced by this product....not everyone has kids and there are those of us who bother teaching their kids that suicide is wrong. >_>
#26
CornishFrodo
Naff is a better word. One for the furry dice brigade boy racers of chavton. Who like to holiday in benidorm, drink pints and smoke tabs.

Take the test to see if you will like;

http://www.getlippy.com/quizzes/chav-quiz/quiz


i didnt know there was a chavometer in millilitres.
what about a half pint, what does that make you?
your so wise, please tell me more
#27
My sense of humour is great and I laugh/smile about most things, but this is just not funny and don't see what makes it so. It's a poor and distasteful product. That's why I voted cold anyway.
#28
druss27
My sense of humour is great and I laugh/smile about most things, but this is just not funny and don't see what makes it so. It's a poor and distasteful product. That's why I voted cold anyway.


totaly agree makes a mockery of a serious problem
1 Like #29
grahamh1981
totaly agree makes a mockery of a serious problem


No; armchair psychology on here makes a mockery of a serious problem.

When it comes to dealing with society's suicide problem (especially in examples like Bridgend), I think cord-pulls feature pretty low down the list of 'things to worry about'.

Does a game of hangman also make a mockery of a serious problem?

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