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Sony PSP 3000 Slim & Lite With 2 Games & 2 UMD Video's £126.39 delivered @ Bargain Crazy

£126.39 @ Bargain Crazy
Use code W20W32 to get this price. * Sony PSP 3000 Slim & Lite With 2 Games & 2 UMD Video's * Games: Resistance Retribution Age 16+, Killzone Liberation Age 16+ * Video's: Bruce Willis …
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7y, 3m agoFound 7 years, 3 months ago
Use code W20W32 to get this price.
* Sony PSP 3000 Slim & Lite With 2 Games & 2 UMD Video's
* Games: Resistance Retribution Age 16+, Killzone Liberation Age 16+
* Video's: Bruce Willis Diehard 4.0 Age 15, X The Last Stand Age 12
* Colour: Black
* In addition to offering the functionality and ergonomics of Slim & Lite the quality of the LCD screen has been improved to offer higher image quality with more definition when outside in natural light. PSP-3000 also includes a built-in microphone, maximising the communication features of products such as Go! Messenger and Skype
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V Good deal.
#2
its been posted in here as i just updated the prices

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/554763/sony-psp-s-xbox-360-s-bargain-crazy
#3
Jumpingphil;7256675
Why have you put an apostrophe in videos but not in games?
It seems that this post has been stumbled upon by the punctuation police!

Maybe, just maybe, video was originally short for videotape, so the apostrophe would indicate the missing letters in the shortening of the word?

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#4
Jumpingphil;7261079
I just asked a simple question 'cos I'm curious as to why people do this.
Please tell me you are joking and that you really don't believe that your explanation is correct.
Here's your answer.....

A 2004 report by OCR, a British examination board, stated that "the inaccurate use of the apostrophe is so widespread as to be almost universal". A 2008 survey found that nearly half of the UK adults polled were unable to use the apostrophe correctly.

.....taken from http://www.absoluteastronomy.com/topics/Apostrophe

and yes, I was joking.

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