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pack of 5 sharpie pens just £1.00 @poundland

Jimston Avatar
7y, 2m agoFound 7 years, 2 months ago
Hi all

had a search and couldnt find this listed (apologies if i missed it) last deal i spotted was nearly 4 months ago.

Poundland have the packs of 5 sharpie grip permanent marker pens (i got blue) instore for just £1, thats an amazing 20p a pen which is very cheap for very good pens. couldnt find a piccie of the 5 pack anywhere so just used a photo of a shrpie pen.

Found these in poundland norwich but i wouldguess they arelurking around nationally.
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#1
good price.
#2
Don't forget that for every pack of Sharpie pen's sold, a small percentage is donated to over privileged children with the ridiculous names.
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Marviewarvie
Don't forget that for every pack of Sharpie pen's sold, a small percentage is donated to over privileged children with the ridiculous names.


:? If you feel that Sharpie are an overpriced gimmick brand, I suggest you take a look at this website http://www.cockeyed.com/inside/sharpie/sharpie1.html nearly 1000 CDs marked up with 1 Sharpie pen. There are plenty of clones of Sharpie out there, with not so good fibres making the nibs break down, and also a higher alcohol content.

At £1 for a pack of 5 of these, whether you feel the brand is ridiculous or not, they are arguably good pens at a damn good price, and not clones.
#4
I paid £4.64 for 6 off eBay yesterday :oops:.

The nearest Ponudland to me is a £7.50 round trip in the car though, so I guess it's not that bad!
#5
cicobuff
.... take a look at this website http://www.cockeyed.com/inside/sharpie/sharpie1.html nearly 1000 CDs marked up with 1 Sharpie pen. ....


Very interesting and funny read, repped :-D
#6
's been this for a while but good reminder.
#7
On tv, the ad showed a toothbrush having a name written on it. I did that with two in my house and the writing wore off in a week. Not v impressed. :(
#8
cicobuff
:? If you feel that Sharpie are an overpriced gimmick brand, I suggest you take a look at this website http://www.cockeyed.com/inside/sharpie/sharpie1.html nearly 1000 CDs marked up with 1 Sharpie pen. There are plenty of clones of Sharpie out there, with not so good fibres making the nibs break down, and also a higher alcohol content.

At £1 for a pack of 5 of these, whether you feel the brand is ridiculous or not, they are arguably good pens at a damn good price, and not clones.


Thank you for taking the time to post a reply and link to demonstrate the usefulness of Sharpie pens. However I do urge you in future to please take a little more time to actually read the massive reply to this thread I had originally posted.

Yes, all 23 words it contains.

Firstly, you would have noticed the grammatical error I had made by using the word "the" towards the end of my original post. Secondly, you may have realised that reading all 23 words contained within the post (admittedly 22 words would have been sufficient) you may have come to realise that I may, just may have been making a small "gag" or "joke" to brighten up fellow Hotukdeals member's Thursday afternoon.

Now rather than attempting to spread poison over the good name of Sharpie pen's, I could have actually been referring to Master Brooklyn Beckham, Master Romeo Beckham and Master Cruz Beckham. You could also include Mrs Posh Spice Beckham too. You see that after his recent fall from grace of playing football full time for a top European Club; retreating to the USA to play in a Mickey Mouse league (not to be confused with the Disney owned The Mickey Mouse League); and after being dropped by Brylcream, Gillette et al the only two gigs that the money grabbing over rated P.A. loving git could get were Sharpie pens and some brand of fish fingers I vaguely remember being sold in my local Tesco.

And that's the unfortunate thing about jokes, the more you explain them, the less funny they become.
#9
good pens, use em all the time, ..the mini versions (so 7 in a pack various combinations of colours do check)
are available at Home bargain stores for £1 also.

...Marviewarvie, you're correct the humoour is somewhat lessened upon the long explanation, better luck next time!
#10
Marviewarvie
Thank you for taking the time to post a reply and link to demonstrate the usefulness of Sharpie pens. However I do urge you in future to please take a little more time to actually read the massive reply to this thread I had originally posted.

Yes, all 23 words it contains.

Firstly, you would have noticed the grammatical error I had made by using the word "the" towards the end of my original post. Secondly, you may have realised that reading all 23 words contained within the post (admittedly 22 words would have been sufficient) you may have come to realise that I may, just may have been making a small "gag" or "joke" to brighten up fellow Hotukdeals member's Thursday afternoon.

Now rather than attempting to spread poison over the good name of Sharpie pen's, I could have actually been referring to Master Brooklyn Beckham, Master Romeo Beckham and Master Cruz Beckham. You could also include Mrs Posh Spice Beckham too. You see that after his recent fall from grace of playing football full time for a top European Club; retreating to the USA to play in a Mickey Mouse league (not to be confused with the Disney owned The Mickey Mouse League); and after being dropped by Brylcream, Gillette et al the only two gigs that the money grabbing over rated P.A. loving git could get were Sharpie pens and some brand of fish fingers I vaguely remember being sold in my local Tesco.

And that's the unfortunate thing about jokes, the more you explain them, the less funny they become.


I think its more to do with the fact, with or without the grammatical error the joke just was not all made remotely cohesive, there again I was unaware of Beckhams involvement in advertising the Sharpie brand, and with the grammatical error along with that, assumed your post was referring to overpriviliged children having these pens as opposed to a cheaper brand etc. Apologies for the confusion.

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