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HOME Check Union Jack Multicoloured Reversible Bedding Set From £6.99 ~ Argos (Free C&C)

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HOME Check Union Multicoloured Bedding Set from £6.99 ~ Argos (Free C&C) Single £6.99 Double £8.99 King £11.49 A stylish bedding set, reminiscent of the 'swinging 60's' era would be a perf…
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HOME Check Union Multicoloured Bedding Set from £6.99 ~ Argos (Free C&C)

Single £6.99

Double £8.99

King £11.49

A stylish bedding set, reminiscent of the 'swinging 60's' era would be a perfect edition to any bedroom. Includes 1 duvet cover and 1 pillowcase. A reversible second design adds even more variety options. Machine washable for ease of cleaning.
Wash colours separately.
50% polyester and 50% cotton.

Happy shopping!!!
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1 Like #1
not my type but voted hot. .
1 Like #2
sofiasar
not my type but voted hot. .


​I guess bed covers are bed covers 4u hey Sof? X)
2 Likes #3
omarmahmood
sofiasar
not my type but voted hot. .


​I guess bed covers are bed covers 4u hey Sof? X)


​Steady on young man....
1 Like #4
These look so much better then the picture .I bought another and reading reviews there good quality and wash well . I bought these just before xmas at 8.50 on here. Since I been meaning to collect a second pack . I will change my profile picture to how they look. Or I can post a picture but not shore how to do. To be honest there still much better then the pic I have took


Edited By: james0909 on Jan 22, 2017 00:09
#5
I have voted HOT, as it is a deal, but for me they are as common as muck. J Sainsbury will be wanting shot, hence the low price.
6 Likes #6
I always wondered how Nigel Farage slept at night - now I know
1 Like #7
These look fab x
#8
Geri Halliwell has just had a baby - pure class on HUKD as ever!!
#9
katherine24
These look fab x


Agree! Heat Added
#10
50% polyester and 50% cotton. They're not for me. Cheap for a reason.
#11
Just the present for my son. Jack
1 Like #12
I got one of these last time they were really cheap, just as a spare for my toddler (you need a few spares eh! Lol) and was actually surprised at the good quality! So union flag aside, if you just want a decent enough quality, you can't go wrong really.
1 Like #13
I bought this in king size a month ago and the quality is fantastic! Looks brilliant on my bed!
1 Like #14
Just reserved one. Thanks
#15
ChipSticks
I got one of these last time they were really cheap, just as a spare for my toddler (you need a few spares eh! Lol) and was actually surprised at the good quality! So union flag aside, if you just want a decent enough quality, you can't go wrong really.

like your comment for saying union flag :)
#16
Disco Dave
Just the present for my son. Jack


​​Your Jack, is he a Union man? :p
#17
Ugh, tartan and the union flag. Yuck.
#19

The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.

You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.

You'd go mad with a pin if you saw these in Boots.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/100-condoms-electronically-tested-ce-marked-union-jack-design-5-99-ebay-uk-home-2479639



Edited By: xenophon on Jan 22, 2017 12:15: Link
#20
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
4 Likes #21


​yawnnnnn ....
voted hot, thanks for posting.
#22
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL

Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
#23
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
Yes, the empire was a great thing, if, and only if, you were part of the patrician class, Paxman's public school crowd, that drew upon the massive benefits if offered. If, however, you were part of the class, the overwhelming majority, that serviced this small elite your life was one of drudgery, cruelty and vicious oppression.
#24
jobibear
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
Yes, the empire was a great thing, if, and only if, you were part of the patrician class, Paxman's public school crowd, that drew upon the massive benefits if offered. If, however, you were part of the class, the overwhelming majority, that serviced this small elite your life was one of drudgery, cruelty and vicious oppression.
So where is it now? Or maybe you see a white man as a slave owner too?
#25
jobibear
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
Yes, the empire was a great thing, if, and only if, you were part of the patrician class, Paxman's public school crowd, that drew upon the massive benefits if offered. If, however, you were part of the class, the overwhelming majority, that serviced this small elite your life was one of drudgery, cruelty and vicious oppression.

True up to a point but overcooked. The "overwhelming majority" did not suffer "cruelty or vicious oppression" within the British Empire, a minority yes. As for "drudgery", the overwhelming majority did, but that was unfortunately life in general that occurred everywhere within or outside the British Empire. And it was no worse than under other European empires and in some ways better.

Your author compares the British Empire to Genghis Khan or Attila the Hun, but that is a fairly outrageous exaggeration in my view. A more accurate comparison would be that of the Roman Empire, having both beneficial and harmful aspects.
#26
Meathotukdeals
jobibear
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
Yes, the empire was a great thing, if, and only if, you were part of the patrician class, Paxman's public school crowd, that drew upon the massive benefits if offered. If, however, you were part of the class, the overwhelming majority, that serviced this small elite your life was one of drudgery, cruelty and vicious oppression.
So where is it now? Or maybe you see a white man as a slave owner too?
Indeed, these newly liberated peoples kicked the imperialists out as fast as they could run, the empire turned to dust almost overnight, despite Churchill doing all he could to ,maintain his class's overseas dominions. I'm not sure what point you are making with the slave owner question but yes the "white man" was incontestably behind the slave trade: http://www.bl.uk/learning/histcitizen/campaignforabolition/abolitionbackground/abolitionintro.html
#27
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
Yes, the empire was a great thing, if, and only if, you were part of the patrician class, Paxman's public school crowd, that drew upon the massive benefits if offered. If, however, you were part of the class, the overwhelming majority, that serviced this small elite your life was one of drudgery, cruelty and vicious oppression.
True up to a point but overcooked. The "overwhelming majority" did not suffer "cruelty or vicious oppression" within the British Empire, a minority yes. As for "drudgery", the overwhelming majority did, but that was unfortunately life in general that occurred everywhere within or outside the British Empire. And it was no worse than under other European empires and in some ways better.

Your author compares the British Empire to Genghis Khan or Attila the Hun, but that is a fairly outrageous exaggeration in my view. A more accurate comparison would be that of the Roman Empire, having both beneficial and harmful aspects.
Look, all conquering armies impose vicious regimes of rape, pillage and murder upon those they attempt to civilise. It is the soldiers reward for the propaganda they are incessantly fed from their rulers. You can't get a man to risk his life for a cause from which he will not profit unless he'll profit. The Roman's like any imperialist army could be extremely cruel look at the methods of torture they embraced - you've seen The Passion of the Christ. That is not to say they didn't bring benefits of their civilisation to their empire, incontestably, physically they did. But these were practical methods to make control easier, but the butt of the rifle was, or the rape of the wife/daughter always the last word. Power tends to corrupt, absolutely power tends to corrupt absolutely.

Anyway here's a top ten: http://listverse.com/2014/02/04/10-evil-crimes-of-the-british-empire/

The Irish Famine is one that is closest to home.
#28
jobibear
Meathotukdeals
jobibear
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
Yes, the empire was a great thing, if, and only if, you were part of the patrician class, Paxman's public school crowd, that drew upon the massive benefits if offered. If, however, you were part of the class, the overwhelming majority, that serviced this small elite your life was one of drudgery, cruelty and vicious oppression.
So where is it now? Or maybe you see a white man as a slave owner too?
Indeed, these newly liberated peoples kicked the imperialists out as fast as they could run, the empire turned to dust almost overnight, despite Churchill doing all he could to ,maintain his class's overseas dominions. I'm not sure what point you are making with the slave owner question but yes the "white man" was incontestably behind the slave trade: http://www.bl.uk/learning/histcitizen/campaignforabolition/abolitionbackground/abolitionintro.html
Good grief!
#29
jobibear
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
jobibear
xenophon
The deal is for a bed cover, not for you to promote a book.
You have no interest in this deal at all but you just came in wearing your high hat to shame people into not buying it because you have a hatred of it.
LOL
Paxman's alternative view. Or at least a more balanced one.http://www.telegraph.co.uk/culture/tvandradio/9085936/Jeremy-Paxman-Our-empire-was-an-amazing-thing.html
Yes, the empire was a great thing, if, and only if, you were part of the patrician class, Paxman's public school crowd, that drew upon the massive benefits if offered. If, however, you were part of the class, the overwhelming majority, that serviced this small elite your life was one of drudgery, cruelty and vicious oppression.
True up to a point but overcooked. The "overwhelming majority" did not suffer "cruelty or vicious oppression" within the British Empire, a minority yes. As for "drudgery", the overwhelming majority did, but that was unfortunately life in general that occurred everywhere within or outside the British Empire. And it was no worse than under other European empires and in some ways better.
Your author compares the British Empire to Genghis Khan or Attila the Hun, but that is a fairly outrageous exaggeration in my view. A more accurate comparison would be that of the Roman Empire, having both beneficial and harmful aspects.
Look, all conquering armies impose vicious regimes of rape, pillage and murder upon those they attempt to civilise. It is the soldiers reward for the propaganda they are incessantly fed from their rulers. You can't get a man to risk his life for a cause from which he will not profit unless he'll profit. The Roman's like any imperialist army could be extremely cruel look at the methods of torture they embraced - you've seen The Passion of the Christ. That is not to say they didn't bring benefits of their civilisation to their empire, incontestably, physically they did. But these were practical methods to make control easier, but the butt of the rifle was, or the rape of the wife/daughter always the last word. Power tends to corrupt, absolutely power tends to corrupt absolutely.
Anyway here's a top ten: http://listverse.com/2014/02/04/10-evil-crimes-of-the-british-empire/
The Irish Famine is one that is closest to home.

That list is spurious and exaggerated at best. Surprised you haven't included Dresden and the greatly excessive figure of 300,000 that gets bandied about when even the Germans put it at 30,000. But this claim is even more insupportable though: "In 2010 a new book came out claiming the lack of famine relief was deliberate and that the deaths of those millions had been intentionally engineered by one man: Winston Churchill."

I've read an account of the Bengal famine before quite recently and to sum up its conclusion the cause was primarily down to exceptionally heavy prolonged rain that caused diseased crops and was exacerbated by a slow response and corrupt regional Indian administration. However I'll look for this "2010 book" although it's not named and hopefully find some reviews that scrutinize, to put it mildly, its highly contentious claims.

But then this list was compiled by
MORRIS M.
Morris is a freelance writer and newly-qualified teacher
So not a qualified academic historian, but a barely qualified hack!

But keep peddling anti-British and anti-Churchill posts, which are embellishment at best and lies at worst. Churchill was no angel but comparing him to Stalin is another outrageous exaggeration. You clearly hold a bitter grudge and a large axe to grind.
#30
the "white man" was incontestably behind the slave trade

Incontestably? Europe was the predominant driver of African slavery during the 16th and 19th centuries but to blame whitey for the whole African slave trade is a modern falsehood. Arab/Islamic participation was large scale and over a much greater period. They began the African slave trade many centuries before Europe did and continued it into the 20th C.

https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arab_slave_trade

Forgot to mention the millions of European slaves they captured and traded in that rarely gets mentioned.




Edited By: xenophon on Jan 24, 2017 18:25: Edit
#31
all this over a duvet cover....
#32
lauraowl
all this over a duvet cover....
I'm moving on, I'll let the little Englanders - for the Scots won't be fooled again - wave their pretty little flags at the monarchy as they glide past the tumultuous multitudes in their religious rapture. There's a new film coming out about David Irvine. He's another freak who wished to rewrite history - he lost.
#33
jobibear
lauraowl
all this over a duvet cover....
I'm moving on, I'll let the little Englanders - for the Scots won't be fooled again - wave their pretty little flags at the monarchy as they glide past the tumultuous multitudes in their religious rapture. There's a new film coming out about David Irvine. He's another freak who wished to rewrite history - he lost.

I would have thought you and David Irving have a lot in common. A crank peddaling extreme views.

Scotland tried creating their own empire in Central America. When that turned tits up you came running to the English and joined up. The Scots were the engineers behind the British Empire; as enthusiastic as us.

From a "little Englander" to a soon to be even littler Scot.
#34
"Us"? Are you kidding? You fail to make make the basic distinction from those who benefit from the oppression of imperialism - the rulers - and those who suffer from it - the oppressed. Sure there were many who believed they were saved from their own tyranny through terrorising others in the name of the Empire, but their progeny, in places like Middlesbrough and Glasgow and Swansea today haven't seen much in the way of that Glory. But your favourites, the Windsors (or whatever they call themselves) have never lost their privilege;. And because of sycophants like Paxman and flag waving "Little Englanders, they never will. Until they do.
#35
Picked up 2 of these for my nephews a couple of weeks ago.
Were £5 each!

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