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Union Jack Beach Towel £2.99 @ Argos

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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
•100% cotton.


•Size (L)150, (W)75cm.


•Machine washable.
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6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago
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#1
Link doesn't work...try this one Union Jack Beachtowel
#2
Cheers Krsus , how do you change the link though ?
#3
None in Scotland,surprise surprise.8)
Good deal if u can get one to show off to our European pals :{
#4
yummy_mummy1985
Cheers Krsus , how do you change the link though ?


Not sure how to do it in the original post but try selecting edit and it may become obvious. Then change the link to http://www.argos.co.uk/static/Product/partNumber/8283881.htm

Hope that helps :-)
#5
Is it not the Union FLag as apposed to the Union Jack????
#6
Extrajohn
Is it not the Union FLag as apposed to the Union Jack????

If you're going to lay on the deck of your yacht then Union Jack is fine.

But the strict terms of flag versus jack are gradually being eroded so either is becoming acceptable.
#7
hooray henry
None in Scotland,surprise surprise.8)Good deal if u can get one to show off to our European pals :{

Shame, coz the rangers fans would love them!!
#8
Jumpingphil
Extrajohn
Is it not the Union FLag as apposed to the Union Jack????


If you're going to lay on the deck of your yacht then Union Jack is fine.

But the strict terms of flag versus jack are gradually being eroded so either is becoming acceptable.


Defo a UNION FLAG.

The term UNION JACK refers to historical reference of "jack" in maritime associations (when Britannia ruled the waves) - the maritime jack was adopted then as our national flag and hence the referencing to this day as a "jack." In the modern day a jack is a national flag flown by warships - our same flag can therefore serve both purposes.

Sorry - history lesson over. :-)

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