Nothing (For the Person Who Has Everything), only £4.49 including delivery at Zavvi!
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Nothing (For the Person Who Has Everything), only £4.49 including delivery at Zavvi!

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Edited by:"john808"Found 21st Oct
The predicament of what to buy a person who has everything has reared its ugly head once more. Well here is the answer - nothing at all.

Filled with absolutely nothing (well other than all the atoms and other scientific things that make up thin air, but you get the picture). This 'empty gesture' is the only way you can make your point to someone fortunate enough to have every gadget or luxury item known to man.

Buy 3 for £13.47 to get this special price of £4.49 for each nothing!

Features:

*A packet full to the brim with nothing
*Perfect for the person who has everything
*Suitable for ages 14+

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Or you could just give them an empty box, and save yourself £6.48. Only an idiot would actually buy this.

If anyone is interested I have an unlimited stock of nothing and I could definitely do for a better price shall we say £1 each or 3 for 50p
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Or you could just give them an empty box, and save yourself £6.48. Only an idiot would actually buy this.

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Fo336 s ago

Or you could just give them an empty box, and save yourself £6.48. Only an …Or you could just give them an empty box, and save yourself £6.48. Only an idiot would actually buy this.


It's a bargain if you ask me

If anyone is interested I have an unlimited stock of nothing and I could definitely do for a better price shall we say £1 each or 3 for 50p

Saw something similar years ago, it was packaged the same but it was the invisible man. If anyone buys this they must have money to burn.
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teddyedward141 s ago

Saw something similar years ago, it was packaged the same but it was the …Saw something similar years ago, it was packaged the same but it was the invisible man. If anyone buys this they must have money to burn.[Image]



Yes but it does exactly what it says on the tin! Nothing.

Talking of invisible men I have them for sale also and I'm not sexist so will also sell invisible women

How do you return nothing back for a refund if its faulty and you end up with something.

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rhinopaul59 s ago

How do you return nothing back for a refund if its faulty and you end up …How do you return nothing back for a refund if its faulty and you end up with something.


If that happens, you do nothing at all. Hope that helps?
Edited by: "john808" 21st Oct

If the item is faulty you will be 100% refunded however if zavvi suspect in fact you returned nothing no refund will be given

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garrafk12 m ago

If anyone is interested I have an unlimited stock of nothing and I could …If anyone is interested I have an unlimited stock of nothing and I could definitely do for a better price shall we say £1 each or 3 for 50p


I'm saying nothing

Something tells me nothing is not going to go away.... even if you get something for nothing.... or if that fails try
asking for nothing as a replacement for something.... given nothing is a failure of something when nothing fails
as appose to something else being related to nothing at all...

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cburns3 m ago

Something tells me nothing is not going to go away.... even if you get …Something tells me nothing is not going to go away.... even if you get something for nothing.... or if that fails tryasking for nothing as a replacement for something.... given nothing is a failure of something when nothing fails as appose to something else being related to nothing at all...


Nothing but the truth being spoken here.

Thanks for nothing

If it`s worth nothing, then for it to be a "bargain" here you should be able to buy it for less than nothing i.e They should pay you to take it1 So voting cold

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jasee3 m ago

If it`s worth nothing, then for it to be a "bargain" here you should be …If it`s worth nothing, then for it to be a "bargain" here you should be able to buy it for less than nothing i.e They should pay you to take it1 So voting cold


If you really wanted to make use of 'nothing', the lucky recipient could use it as a decorative bauble at Christmas - the spherical shape is ideal to hang on a Christmas tree. See you can make something out of nothing after all.

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megzmaster15 m ago

Thanks for nothing


Oh it was nothing

Is it halal?

jasee36 m ago

If it`s worth nothing, then for it to be a "bargain" here you should be …If it`s worth nothing, then for it to be a "bargain" here you should be able to buy it for less than nothing i.e They should pay you to take it1 So voting cold


You're not the only one lol!(highfive)

Still better value than a Sunderland season ticket

My step-mum bought my dad this once. I don’t normally remember what people get for their birthdays, especially when I was around 7 years old then, so this was memorable!

Surely if this person has EVERYTHING they would own a NOTHING too 🤔

I wonder how many of these they've sold? Could you return it for a refund, even if you've thrown the packaging away?

The packaging IS the product.

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crumpetman32 s ago

The packaging IS the product.


Nothing wrong with that!

I've got thousands of these for sale without the packaging for half the price.

Ur literally throwing ur money away, donate it to charity if u don't want it!!! This isn't even a "novelty gift"!!? Ffs.

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allenjones20031 m ago

Ur literally throwing ur money away, donate it to charity if u don't want …Ur literally throwing ur money away, donate it to charity if u don't want it!!! This isn't even a "novelty gift"!!? Ffs.


I think it's quite a good gift actually. I know Zavvi will agree with me.

I bought one last year; it turned out to be full of government promises, which we all know are worth LESS than nothing.

lucas4 h, 13 m ago

Is it halal?


What a stupid comment.

Far better than this... "The World's Most Boring DVD"!!!
amazon.co.uk/Wor…2J6

Fo38 h, 25 m ago

Or you could just give them an empty box, and save yourself £6.48. Only an …Or you could just give them an empty box, and save yourself £6.48. Only an idiot would actually buy this.


You could just as easily make a birthday card as buy one, but people still fork out £3 for a piece of printed paper. So as a non-idiot, I take it you make all the cards you send? Only an idiot wouldn't, amirite?

Do you work for Zavvi john808, I know people like to help their own posts but you seem to be replying to every reply on here it’s not really a deal but I get the idea around nothing

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SackCity4 h, 9 m ago

Do you work for Zavvi john808, I know people like to help their own posts …Do you work for Zavvi john808, I know people like to help their own posts but you seem to be replying to every reply on here it’s not really a deal but I get the idea around nothing


I'm saying nothing.
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