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smart price jeans £2.00 @ Asda

£2.00 @ George (Asda George)
just been in asda they are selling jeans for £2! all sizes Read More
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just been in asda they are selling jeans for £2!
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#1
Who the heck wants £2 jeans, have a bit of style people!! lol
#2
sounds like an outstanding deal if your not bothered by labels but not to my taste lol x
#3
bobdylan
Who the heck wants £2 jeans, have a bit of style people!! lol


People that only have 50p :roll:
#4
in my opinion - if they fit ok then i would think they are fine for some jobs... gardening ... dustman , painting and decorating - that sort of thing. i dont see anything wrong with it if they fit ok...
#5
Great for work if you do a dirty job.......I sling them away after a couple of weeks, cheaper than soap powder!
#6
good price why pay more if they do the job who has money to burn these days ?

:) hot from me
#7
yeah they looked ok for knocking around in :)
#8
bobdylan
Who the heck wants £2 jeans, have a bit of style people!! lol


me!!! i work as a window cleaner and go through jeans very quickly so this is ideal:thumbsup:
#9
Buy loads..... saves on washing and ironing!! LOL :thumbsup:

Perfect for DIY !!
#10
Good for builders who only get them mucky.
#11
Plus you can wear them with pride knowing you are helping to keep the 3rd world in business. Im a bit gutted as the ones I bought were £3, from Asda and Tescos. Did they see me coming??
#12
i find the womens are a poor quality denim and rather thin, where as the mens are just the opposite and are great
#13
bobdylan
Who the heck wants £2 jeans, have a bit of style people!! lol


I look great in anything!! Bring them on 2 quid cant go wrong
#14
bobdylan
Who the heck wants £2 jeans, have a bit of style people!! lol


In a similar question, who the heck wants £200 jeans :whistling:
#15
Cheers OP, will buy a few and paint my own Evisu logo on the back pockets :w00t:
#16
ghinzani
Plus you can wear them with pride knowing you are helping to keep the 3rd world in business. Im a bit gutted as the ones I bought were £3, from Asda and Tescos. Did they see me coming??


'helping' more like exploiting...
#17
I assume that, it's this pair

http://direct.asda.com/Value-Jean/GEM2633,default,pd.html

These are £2.93 so must be them but £2 in store :)

They don't look very roomy :w00t:
#18
bobdylan
Who the heck wants £2 jeans, have a bit of style people!! lol


What about these? http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/310430/matalan-mens-jeans-down-to-98p/ :whistling:
#19
badgerrules
me!!! i work as a window cleaner and go through jeans very quickly so this is ideal:thumbsup:


Seeing as you're a window cleaner can i ask you a question,do you clean windows in the rain ?

They do around here and i don't see the point :w00t:
#20
OK for working in if you're a builder etc, but wear them for anything else and you should be shot, they're terrible! :w00t:
#21
gratts
OK for working in if you're a builder etc, but wear them for anything else and you should be shot, they're terrible! :w00t:


Plenty of "older" folk wear them
#22
h0dgy;3968858
'helping' more like exploiting...

Well. I dont think that's exploiting. A lot better than growing marijuana
#23
deb8z
Seeing as you're a window cleaner can i ask you a question,do you clean windows in the rain ?

They do around here and i don't see the point :w00t:


i will work through if i can tell it is just a shower, but it is impossible to do a good job if it is anything more than spitting with rain. i spose window cleaners that work when it is properly raining think that it is washing off the last month of dirt. wouldn't feel right doing that myself.
#24
Hence the reason i have dirty upstairs windows most of the time lol,i refuse to pay them when they will be washing them when its chucking it down and ya know how much rain Manc has.
Every now and again i pay them a fiver to do the upstairs windows and i clean the rest myself.
#25
badgerrules
i will work through if i can tell it is just a shower, but it is impossible to do a good job if it is anything more than spitting with rain. i spose window cleaners that work when it is properly raining think that it is washing off the last month of dirt. wouldn't feel right doing that myself.


Month?? they are here every 2 weeks:w00t:
#26
deb8z
Month?? they are here every 2 weeks:w00t:


my costomers prefer monthly well every four weeks to be precise and the costomer is always right:)
#27
badgerrules
my costomers prefer monthly well every four weeks to be precise and the costomer is always right:)


your costomers are always wrong, my "customers" are always right :w00t:
#28
Theres something just very wrong about wearing ASDA jeans :?
#29
If Asda Can Sell These At £2 Or Even £3 At Full Price And Still Make A Profit, Then I Want To Know Who The Hell Are They Exploiting To Make These?
1 Like #30
badgerrules
me!!! i work as a window cleaner and go through jeans very quickly so this is ideal:thumbsup:


Use your cloth to clean the windows, not your jeans, that's where your going wrong!!
#31
vickywil5;3970244
If Asda Can Sell These At £2 Or Even £3 At Full Price And Still Make A Profit, Then I Want To Know Who The Hell Are They Exploiting To Make These?



And you're going to erm, do what?:thinking:
#32
t0mm
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And you're going to erm, do what?:thinking:


I AM NOT GOING TO BUY THEM!!!
#33
vickywil5;3970908
I AM NOT GOING TO BUY THEM!!!
Oh go and rant somewhere else! I'm sick and tired of "yoghurt knitters" like you coming on here with your holier than thou attitudes everytime a clothes or food bargain is posted.
#34
This deal is scorching hot.
#35
Better off donating £2 to a third world charity - These have probably been made by some 8yr old kid in a sweat shop.

Bit of controversy last time they were selling them at £2.50

Asda was one of several retailers criticised in a report by anti-poverty group War on Want last year over working conditions of factory workers in Bangladesh
http://denimiscool.wordpress.com/2007/05/06/asdauk-slashes-prices-of-jeans-to-gbp250/
http://www.thesun.co.uk/sol/homepage/news/article27416.ece

http://www.betterbytheyear.org/slavery/cheap_jeans.htm


[B] Fashion Victims[/B]

Workers in Bangladesh are regularly working 80 hours a week for just 5p an hour, in potential death trap factories, to produce cheap clothes for British consumers of Primark, Tesco and Asda’s ‘George’ range. Unsafe buildings

In February and March 2006, garment factory collapses and fires in Bangladesh left almost 100 workers dead and many others injured. Being locked in unsafe buildings has been a common complaint among Bangladeshi factory workers.

Primark, Tesco and Asda promise
:
Suppliers must not be required to work more than 48 hours a week on a regular basis, and should have at least one day off in seven on average.

Primark, Tesco and Asda promise
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A public commitment to payment of a living wage to suppliers –a minimum £22 a month in Bangladesh.

The Reality:

Starting wages in the factories researched were as little as £8 a month, barely a third of the living wage. Even better paid sewing machine operators receive only £16 a month, which equates to 5p an hour for the 80 hours they regularly have to work each week.

The minimum wage for garment workers in Bangladesh has halved and many complain their pay is too low to cover food, housing and health costs.
#36
sexyswift07
i find the womens are a poor quality denim and rather thin, where as the mens are just the opposite and are great


You should only wear the mens then!!:p
#37
bobdylan
Who the heck wants £2 jeans, have a bit of style people!! lol


People who may wear them for work!! Voted HOT!!:thumbsup:
#38
Jinkz
Use your cloth to clean the windows, not your jeans, that's where your going wrong!!


i knew i was going wrong somewhere!!! thanks for the tip:-D
#39
vickywil5
I AM NOT GOING TO BUY THEM!!!



I guess the cotton used in your jeans is organically grown , dyed with organically grown natural dyes and stitched together in peace and harmony in a loving commmune just south of brazil and cost £600 for the privelege.

Have a kebab and chill out ffs or go over to the corresponding country and do something about it , but you wont because your an internet troll who likes to impose false values on others while sitting on their obese backside munching on crisps and onion bagels,, is that your mum knocking on your bedroom door ? better turn pornhub off quick and put yourself away.
#40
Seen these in my local asda, though at £3.
Voted Hot as good for if you need a pair for decorating.

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