thanks for that, had a good look round the site, nice assortment of gift ideas and easy to spend £20 to get free delivery
Unfortunately not, and it'd be the dad rather than the son, but at least it be new episodes..... if they ever pull their finger out and make/ air it...
That wouldn't change the ending (fierce) :(
There was talk of a prequel series...
Writing declined in later seasons and plotlines from early on were discarded as Kurt Sutter and co couldn't be bothered to tie off loose ends or develop any further. In the end Jackson completely ignored all warnings from his murdered Father's journals and selfishly destroyed everyone around him then ghosted his bike into Vic Mackey's truck. Pathetically weak ending.
As an avid board-gamer I can tell you this is a really good game, especially for the price. Now while this is a SOA game its not just for fans of the show, its a great board game and not just a 'cash grab' on the franchise. Components are good quality and is up there with games costing £40+. Its all about area control, fighting rival gangs, trying to make the most money whilst negotiating with other players. Its been hovering around this price for a while (especially on amazon).
I.believe so don't know if there anywhere near this price tho
Just relised there on ebay also
You might want to add the seller/merchant to the title ;)
they have limited reviews and only 2 star on trustpilot ill take a chance for what im spending on there
me looks ok plenty of payment options including paypal only just purchased now so cant help other than that
Thanks just ordered :)
good find op, heat added
Cheaper at B&M Stores. http://www.bmstores.co.uk/products/firepit-253904
Totally thought that read '75 x'
Last summer I paid 2,99 at b&m
Seen some of these in B&M for £2.99. Didn't know it was a deal!
Need one for a small baby anyone know??
It's free Super Saver delivery which, as far as i know, applies to all items supplied by Amazon. No need to sign up for Prime
Remember amazon link don't offer free delivery unless you subscribe Amazon prime membership. Link is still a hot deal
Yep, that's the stuff. Absolutely serious, I used to do a lot of camping and it's the best proofer I ever used. Fabsil never worked. Thompson's worked every time. Even though it doesn't mention it on the label, they've missed a trick because it's excellent and does absolutely no harm to the fabric. EDIT: I've just had a look around on the web, and it seems they may have recently changed their formula to comply with new VOC directives. I'm not sure the newer stuff is suitable. :( I'm going to scour the shops for a tin of the old stuff.
99p or pound land have similar product quite often in stock!
Got a link? The stuff in my garage says something like 'brick, stone, concrete, and wood only'.
Thompsons waterseal is the best waterproofer out there. Yes, it does tents and other fabrics, not just brickwork. It's also about £7 a litre in builders merchants.
not voting either way, but it would seem you have very little chance.
Come on guys i have ordered some of these and if we can get this up to 10 degree's we will get some cash back vote it hot please, PS they are a good price anyway
Check out the Beano website I got one from there for £29 the other week. Trousers are still cheapish fabric, no pockets and it gets hot. Otherwise it's a good outfit.
What's Bananaman's kryptonite?
Could be a bit of a flop at the party as it doesn't seem to come with the necessary " banana ",
OOH NO I was too late!
This type of drill is probably *the* easiest way of enlarging an existing hole in sheet material, as it will self-centre on the existing hole and produce a good approximation to a round result. It's also probably the easiest way of producing a round hole in thin sheet without recourse to a bench drill or a punch/die set - especially at larger diameters. It's generally quicker to use than a cone drill and will produce a hole with a constant diameter, provided that the material is thin enough. I use them a lot, as I do often have to make holes in sheet material. These particular ones would be fine for plastics and non-ferrous metals and the price does appear to be lower than the going rate for something to use with those materials. However, for regular use on ferrous materials, I'd buy something of better quality, without the "titanium" coating that won't survive the first re-sharpen - quality tools may cost more initially but they do tend to massively out-live their "cheap as chips" equivalent - My set of step drills are over 25 years old and counting.
Most would not know what they are or ever need one. Personally I've used them, but have no idea what they normally cost.
why voted cold and no comments? typical hotukdealers.
Forgot about him, he was the rebel of the plastercine family wasn't he?
Alternative use :p
Looks like a butt plug :D
Didn't Gazza do this joke about 20 years ago?
already got a pair, shame as feeling more would be good
Its good to keep abrest of whats going on
Thnx for great deal I always wanted 1
Sold in Poundland - not a good price
In fact... Never mind leave it
Lol Isnt it time for you to go back to your cell?
Still ignoring my quotes. ****.
Ah I see your changing tact - given up on the threats now trying the "laugh at him" strategy...................Wont work Einstein.......Lmao.
I think we're all agreed on that one, you're a gem! Folk like us are usually given bird-related names on forums like this. I think I'm what's known as an albatross, you're a great tit
Still ignoring my post's I see. What entertainment, better than watching the telly on a Saturday night.
Racist. If this was a african dressed as a Zulu you would be shot down in flames. New Labour made the rules not me.
I think that's clever. The man looks really realistic.
It should be kids with high powered assault rifles and body bags after the last news article I watched if you want to reflect a typical mexican bandit or cowboy