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The Art of Batman V Superman - £19.24 Wordery

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Might be worth it for any Batman/Superman fans in the family at Christmas. I know the movie is quite polarising however these types of books tend to always be hits in my household anyway. Cheapest…
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Art for the Players: The Official Colouring Book from Playstation £6.96 Delivered @ The Wordery (£6.98 via Amazon/£6.99 With Prime)

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Amazon Link YouTube Video Art for the Players showcases iconic designs from some of the best-loved PlayStation(R) games, old and new, from LemmingsT and WipEoutT, to God of WarT and Uncharte
oUkTuRkEyIII Avatar4d, 3h agoFound 4 days, 3 hours ago9 Comments
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Very nice, I like
think it's £6.99 at Sainsbury if anyone prefers
Brilliant. All I want for Christmas is this...oh and a 4K telly.
Thanks. Heat Added.
I NEED this
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Lego Star Wars Guide to Galaxy +C3P0 Minifigure £6.43 @ Wordery

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Was pleased to see this after standing and smashing my C3P0 from a set. Was £8.99 in Tesco found here for £6.43 Inc vat. New C3P0 model and nice book.
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Far Cry Primal Collector's Edition: Prima Official Guide £13.68 Free Delivery @ Wordery

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Far Cry Primal Collector's Edition: Prima Official Guide by Prima Games, 23 Feb 2016, Hardback - Cheapest I could find online with free postage. I went through topcashback but haven't received ackno…
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The Winnie-the-Pooh Winter Collection of Stories and Poem £8.10 + FREE delivery @Wordery

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The cheapest I have seen this book. Looks like a lovely book for a Christmas present.
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The LEGO Architect By Tom Alphin £12.75 delivered @ Wordery + Up to 6% cashback via Quidco

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This looks ace, especially if you want to try your hand at something different. Uses LEGO models to explore Neoclassical, Art Deco, Brutalist, Modernist, and other architectural styles. Each chapt…
NeoTrix Avatar1y, 1m agoFound 1 year, 1 month ago8 Comments
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if you google a bit, you can order brick by brick, or drop onto eBay and there's always job lots of lego
Brianliptov
gone up to £22.
showing £12.75 here still :)
gone up to £22.
Nice find
would look quite impressive I have to admit.
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Lego City: Save This Christmas! (Paperback) £2.62 delivered @ Wordery

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Ideal stocking filler for any Lego crazy child. Chester, Lester, and Jester plan to steal all of the presents from under LEGO City's Christmas tree, but the police intend to do everything in their
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Knitted Meerkats Hardback Book £7.40 Wordery

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This is a beautifully illustrated, super cute book with easy step by step patterns to suit beginners or advanced knitters. These would make lovely gifts for the 'C' word that shall not be named ;)
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Mini Knitted Christmas (knitting projects) £6.97 delivered @ Wordery

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There's that word again... CHRISTMAS! Just grabbed one of these for the missis as something extra to make / give to people at Christmas. There are 26 different projects to try out. Free delivery is a…
NeoTrix Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago4 Comments
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Price gone up, cheaper on amazon
have they got a "Clanger" pattern?
I posted the meerkat one today too,I bought it last week. Worth a purchase if your lady likes knitting its adorable :)
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LEGO Star Wars Heroes Ultimate Sticker Book £3.87 delivered @ Wordery

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Wordery have loads of LEGO books at the moment and this seems a really good price right now. Stocking up for the kids at Christmas, everyone loves a bit of LEGO... or a LOT of lego :D
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Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition players handbook £19.42 @ Wordery

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bargin I think rrp of £29.99 get your d&d on! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
dannycivic02 Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago2 Comments
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Deal generates 2D20+8 Heat.
Heat is 44.
Quietus applies heat to deal.
+4 Heat.
Heat is now 48.

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Modern Toss - A Decade in the **** - Wordery £19.13 Delivered (RRP£28)

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Amazon £22.03, Moderntoss.com £28 A Decade in the **** - 2nd Edition 'The Best Book Ever' - The Sunday Times Style Magazine 'You will **** yourself laughing.' - The Idler 'Already a cont…
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http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0351/1705/products/DECADE_BOOK_FACE_ON_1024x1024.jpg?v=1404484548


I liked the series, and this may be the cheapest it's available at, but it can't be worth £20 for a book, especially when it will be about £3 in wh smiths in about a years time!
http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0351/1705/products/DECADE_BOOK_FACE_ON_1024x1024.jpg?v=1404484548
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Capcom 30th Anniversary Character Encyclopedia (Hardcover) £8.93 @ Wordery

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Established in 1983, Capcom is one of the world's most well-known video game publishers and is recognized for creating many important game franchises, such as Mega Man, Resident Evil, and Street Fight…
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montblanc
SDLiam
Be warned this book isn't great. Good price but it is lacking in a lot of information.
Is it worth it for the pictures at this price?

It's a decent enough coffee table to flick through but no encyclopedia due to the missing information and the amount of missing characters
Good for introducing kids to a bit of computer game back history.
SDLiam
Be warned this book isn't great. Good price but it is lacking in a lot of information.

Is it worth it for the pictures at this price?
Be warned this book isn't great. Good price but it is lacking in a lot of information.
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English Grammar for Dummies Paper Back £7.87 @ Wordery

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I think this book, "English Grammar for Dummies" might be useful to some of you guys. I will probably get a load of stick for posting this but I'm ok with that ;) My grammar could be better but when…
Madchester Avatar1y, 6m agoFound 1 year, 6 months ago102 Comments
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ryeallen
Grammar.
The difference between knowing your s**t and knowing you're s**t.

suit... and soot?
Madchester
100 comments! Is there a badge for that? :D
Yes. You get the 'Celebrity Badge' when you have 100 comments, you've got it now. :)
100 comments! Is there a badge for that? :D
MRR_ltd
kev1986
simate
Just Google English Grammar for Dummies pdf, click on the first result and save yourself £7.87 :D
This internet is great malarkey, I have just managed to download some ram too!http://www.downloadmoreram.com/#
What's the catch to the free ram thing.......

You download it, so it may use a bit of your data allowance (if not unlimited)
Jumpingphil
Rys_Ochodzki
Is the difference between the past tense of "to buy" and "to bring" well covered in this book or one needs to buy "English Grammar for More Intelligent than Dummies"?


Wow, you've edited this and it still doesn't read right.

What are you trying to say?



;-) You should have looked at his previous deal posts, that'll explain.
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Preacher: Book One - £9.72 Delivered - Wordery

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Just nabbed this Graphic Novel. Thought it was a good price
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Bloody bargain! Have some heat OP :)
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Brush up on your grammar! Eats, shoots and leaves for £6.17 incl. P&P! @ Wordery

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Unsure when it's their, they're or there? Randomly use apostrophes to make words plural even though they are incorrect? Does seeing someone write "should of gone to the shop's" make you seethe a…
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Quietus
It's not even the apostrophe that gets me here. It's the non-existent 'should of' that does it. Though my biggest pet hate at the moment is people turning Caps Lock on and off to do a capital letter. I have no idea where this started, but I see so many people doing it.oO
I know what you mean. Still, this can help:http://i.imgur.com/LSmlNyQ.gif

Totally agree, and my pet hate in the spoken word is the clumsy, ungrammatical reply of someone who has made a mistake coming out with "my bad", Seems it's become the trendy thing to say taking over from littering every spoken sentence with the word "like".

Seems most people on here lean towards accusing those who care about the correct form as being up tight, uncool and numerous other descriptions and could not care less about the Queen's English. No wonder I cannot undestand much of what is uttered or written these days,
Good point. Too much self-esteem = overblown ego. Rational judgement seems to have gone out of fashion.

cheapo
mike203uk
This is commendable. I'm from a working-class background, went to an appalling school, and likewise had to take initiative. Educational orthodoxy (e.g. raising self-esteem instead of challenging mistakes) has been utterly detrimental. I wonder whether a correlation exists between poor standards and disengagement with politics. A semi-literate population is ill-equipped to challenge the status quo, after all. By the way, I work in education. At a recent meeting we were told not to use red pens when marking - it could damage the little darlings' sense of self-worth!
cheapo
mike203uk
Very good book. You'll get inverted snobs saying this is elitist. Correct grammatical construction takes time and effort to achieve, and in all likelihood this is because of the way English has been taught at schools these last few decades, with too much emphasis on imagination to the detriment of language skills. I see this as a class issue. Fee-paying schools have tended to maintain high standards, whereas state schools have fallen behind. So correct grammar for the rich and poor literacy for the rest of us. Heat added.
Be careful. You will be saying that people should earn their own money and pay for their own families next. Middle-class liberalism has indeed infected education for far too long. With an over-reliance on being non-judgmental, policies of inclusion, and the desire to pathologise every type of poor behaviour, standards have been eradicated.
Although relatively bright, I was spat out of a secondary education system with a chip on my shoulder (mostly my fault, with a smidgen of (lack of) help from my parents and uninterested teaching staff). It was not until working for peanuts for three years that I went back to educate myself. I obtained skills, and grammar was one of them. It isn't about pedantry. It is about being accurate. The more precise you are, the easier it is for the reader to understand.
My granddaughter is bright and advanced in her reading. When quizzing her parents about her homework book it was explained that the children are 'encouraged to spell how it sounds'. This idea that through phonics and not correcting children will eventually find their way is preposterous and symptomatic of our problems.
By not judging or correcting you create generations of people who have never been judged, then in turn they do not judge their progeny and cry when real life judges them. You can not develop your critical faculty when you have never experienced rational judgment.
Watching ITV news last night was symptomatic of this. When talking about the benefit cuts they interviewed a young lad who wanted to move out into a flat, but was bemoaning that the automatic awarding of housing benefit for under 21 year olds is to be scrapped. He was not able to move out of his parents home because he was interning for a radio station and was unpaid. The following group of individuals were apprentice metal workers and agreed wholeheartedly with this idea and the idea about limiting job seekers allowance to six months.
Why would this seemingly decent young lad think that the country owed him his own flat? My suspicion is the lack of criticism taught in schools, both in terms of the language and the ability to debate, and a cultural shift where we are now attitudinally expecting government help by default.
mike203uk
This is commendable. I'm from a working-class background, went to an appalling school, and likewise had to take initiative. Educational orthodoxy (e.g. raising self-esteem instead of challenging mistakes) has been utterly detrimental. I wonder whether a correlation exists between poor standards and disengagement with politics. A semi-literate population is ill-equipped to challenge the status quo, after all. By the way, I work in education. At a recent meeting we were told not to use red pens when marking - it could damage the little darlings' sense of self-worth!
cheapo
mike203uk
Very good book. You'll get inverted snobs saying this is elitist. Correct grammatical construction takes time and effort to achieve, and in all likelihood this is because of the way English has been taught at schools these last few decades, with too much emphasis on imagination to the detriment of language skills. I see this as a class issue. Fee-paying schools have tended to maintain high standards, whereas state schools have fallen behind. So correct grammar for the rich and poor literacy for the rest of us. Heat added.
Be careful. You will be saying that people should earn their own money and pay for their own families next. Middle-class liberalism has indeed infected education for far too long. With an over-reliance on being non-judgmental, policies of inclusion, and the desire to pathologise every type of poor behaviour, standards have been eradicated.
Although relatively bright, I was spat out of a secondary education system with a chip on my shoulder (mostly my fault, with a smidgen of (lack of) help from my parents and uninterested teaching staff). It was not until working for peanuts for three years that I went back to educate myself. I obtained skills, and grammar was one of them. It isn't about pedantry. It is about being accurate. The more precise you are, the easier it is for the reader to understand.

My granddaughter is bright and advanced in her reading. When quizzing her parents about her homework book it was explained that the children are 'encouraged to spell how it sounds'. This idea that through phonics and not correcting children will eventually find their way is preposterous and symptomatic of our problems.

By not judging or correcting you create generations of people who have never been judged, then in turn they do not judge their progeny and cry when real life judges them. You can not develop your critical faculty when you have never experienced rational judgment.

Watching ITV news last night was symptomatic of this. When talking about the benefit cuts they interviewed a young lad who wanted to move out into a flat, but was bemoaning that the automatic awarding of housing benefit for under 21 year olds is to be scrapped. He was not able to move out of his parents home because he was interning for a radio station and was unpaid. The following group of individuals were apprentice metal workers and agreed wholeheartedly with this idea and the idea about limiting job seekers allowance to six months.

Why would this seemingly decent young lad think that the country owed him his own flat? My suspicion is the lack of criticism taught in schools, both in terms of the language and the ability to debate, and a cultural shift where we are now attitudinally expecting government help by default.
Quietus
It's not even the apostrophe that gets me here. It's the non-existent 'should of' that does it. Though my biggest pet hate at the moment is people turning Caps Lock on and off to do a capital letter. I have no idea where this started, but I see so many people doing it.oO

I know what you mean. Still, this can help:

http://i.imgur.com/LSmlNyQ.gif
UriStamonov
"should of gone to the shop's"
It's not even the apostrophe that gets me here. It's the non-existent 'should of' that does it. Though my biggest pet hate at the moment is people turning Caps Lock on and off to do a capital letter. I have no idea where this started, but I see so many people doing it.oO
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Cooking With Coolio £7.59 Delivered @ Wordery

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There's only one thing that Coolio's been doing longer than rapping and that's cooking. While growing up poor, Coolio learnt how to transform even the most basic ingredients into culinary masterpieces…
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Flava Flav should do one of these for obvious reasons
I would rather eat some grass... Mmmm grass
his soul rolls are da Bomb! (apparently) ;)
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ScottyMelotty
The recipes contained in this book have transformed my eating habits, previously I'd been spending most my life living in a Ginsters paradise.

Ha ha ha ha ha ha that's cheered me up!
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Quietus
As I walk through the galley, Mr Coolio, Chef,
I take a look in the fridge, and realise there's much left.
'Cause I've been baking and basting so long,
that even my mama thinks that's a mighty scone.

And so on...:3


Lool that's a gud one!!!
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Darth Vader and Friends (Hardback) by Jeffrey Brown £6.34 delivered @ Wordery (PreOrder for 28/04)

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Been waiting for this to come out as I, well, my kids really, have the other Jeffrey Brown Darth Vader books and they are ace. This is the cheapest I can find it; released on Tuesday. In this fun…
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leekickass
they have a signed ed of this on forbidden planet for £9.99 https://forbiddenplanet.com/140527-darth-vader-friends-hardcover-bookplate-edition/

£11.99 including £2 delivery charge.
they have a signed ed of this on forbidden planet for £9.99
https://forbiddenplanet.com/140527-darth-vader-friends-hardcover-bookplate-edition/

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Bloodborne Collector's Edition Guide - £16.90 @ Wordery

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Usually £17.79 which is the cheapest price right now anyway. - Send yourself a 5% discount code - https://wordery.com/spread-the-wordery/. - Send this from any email address (doesn't have to be
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Finally arrived yesterday. Awesome looking guide, this thing is huge with a ton of attention to detail. Haven't sat down with it properly yet but it looks great!

Will be weary of using Wordery in the future though, although their customer support is meant to be good, they do send everything 2nd class on their free delivery option.
lukeyg111
Has anyone received their guide yet or even an email confirming dispatch?

Nope nothing. Someone posted in GAF saying they'd contacted Future Press who said UK copies will be going to retailers on Monday and Wednesday. So fingers crossed we hear something today...
Has anyone received their guide yet or even an email confirming dispatch?
Release date changed to 17th April :(
Blastoise
thelaine
I'd say it's cold because firstly its a "guide" book and secondly it will most likely be £6-£7 in the future. So the perceived value vs its retail price is the cold votes.
It's a 500+ page hard book guide, with an exclusive theme, interview and unseen artwork. The original Dark Souls one goes for over £50 now

lucifon
thelaine
I'd say it's cold because firstly its a "guide" book and secondly it will most likely be £6-£7 in the future. So the perceived value vs its retail price is the cold votes.
No chance it'll be that cheap. Guides like this are more collectors items than guides, they'll increase in rarity as they generally have a pretty limited production run. It's even titled as a Collector's Guide.

More of a hyrule historia type book than the usual prima guide style. In which case I would guess that most people vote cold as they think (like I did) that this is just a cheapo prima type of guide.
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How to Live with a Huge **** - £6.45 at Wordery.com!

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Describe the deal in your own words and explain to members why it is a good deal! Please don't just paste in marketing text or specs. Remember: this is a community site, self-promotion may result
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kamenitzabrit
clarabellecoww
I wish my other half needed this!

There are ways around your problem madam, but you've probably thought of them yourself if it bothers you.;)

what makes you think its a madam?
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doubleyoutea
My new girlfriend said she would love 12", I said I ain't chopping it in half for anyone.


My misuse said give me 12" and make it hurt, so I %#}$* her 3 times and punched her in the nose
g8spur
I might just buy this to read on the train.

Very Funny :D
gazdoubleu
Wish this had come up earlier, got my brother-in-law up for the whole weekend
Are you some kind of fluffer or something. Give the bloke a rest, the whole weekend, it must be killing him.
kamenitzabrit
clarabellecoww
I wish my other half needed this!

There are ways around your problem madam, but you've probably thought of them yourself if it bothers you.;)
LeeA
http://www.hellomagazine.com/imagenes/profiles/samanthacameron/5488-samantha-cameron-profile.jpg



I've ordered one for her.


ROFL!!!