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Toilet Mug £5.00 @ PLay

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6y, 1w agoFound 6 years, 1 week ago
A mug in the shape of a toilet :)
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#1
Not my cup of tea but would definitely liven up making colleagues coffee, especially if you have diarrhoea (_;) (voted hit btw).

Edited By: La_Fouinard on Nov 29, 2010 07:26: My shambolic spelling.
#2
£2.49 would be a hot price
#3
Not sure why it's so cold, this is the cheapest you can find it for and it's going for £10 on Amazon.

Edited By: Cyborgmatt on Nov 29, 2010 07:27
#4
Cyborgmatt
Not sure why it's so cold, this is the cheapest you can find it for and it's going for £10 on Amazon.


Because it's a crap deal. Pun not intended. Why would you want one ?
#5
NotMyRealName
Cyborgmatt
Not sure why it's so cold, this is the cheapest you can find it for and it's going for £10 on Amazon.
Because it's a crap deal. Pun not intended. Why would you want one ?

Yet again, people voting on the item and not the deal, if its £10 elsewhere then this is a good deal. Personally, it would make a good secret santa gift, as in the past these have been set up with £5 limits, so maybe its priced with this in mind, heat added as its more expensive elsewhere, a good deal!
#6
thank you for the positive comments people, it is annoying when people don't really have any idea on whether its a deal, but just vote cuz they dont like the item or the seller!!! but o well, what can we do
#7
I don't care if it was reduced from £1k to £5, it's not a deal.

Otherwise I'd write a book with a RRP of £10,000 and sell it at 75% off for an absoloute deal at just £2,500 !!

The RRP and the actual sale price of an item don't make something a deal. Ever heard of supply & demand. It's the demand for an item combined with a good price that make it a deal.

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