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Build your own bomb shelter now! Book for sale £20.53 @ Wordery
Money is no option when your life is at stake! Yes sir, this handy guide will help all still-grieving Nuclear Families becomes actual nuclear familes. Build your own bomb shelter now. Protects fr… Read more
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Cold 'War' only £20.15
here

Does this use Solar Panels ??

Rodney Trotter must be all over this

It is slightly difficult to achieve this type of self preservation in todays political climate. 1. You need somewhere to build it. 2. You'll need planning permission and building regs. 3. It'll have to be secret. Oh damn, that's that idea shelved. It'd have to be so big to house all the local dignitaries and new found friends and relatives, the excavations would be noticed.

Well, Trump's in power now and, as the man, who threw himself off a thirty storey building, said as he passed the twentieth floor, "so far, so good." ....

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The Princess Diarist - Carrie Fisher memoir at Amazon for £8
Stock levels constantly changing at Waterstones and Amazon at around £8.00, but currently available. I enjoyed reading this last month, it gives you a very interesting backstory into her life and beh… Read more
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Out of stock everywhere now, hope some fans got stock

escortboy

The people that own HUKD also own Quidco and they are earning millions … The people that own HUKD also own Quidco and they are earning millions every year conservatively. It's cute that you think they run this site for purely altruistic reasons!



​Thats a very patronising answer, I can assure you I am not as wet behind the ears as you think and certainly not cute. The fact this site is owned by Quidco would have sufficed, which I wasnt aware of.

I finished the audiobook version of this just last week. Read by Carrie herself. Recommended.

philhib1964

​care to explain how site owners get money?


The people that own HUKD also own Quidco and they are earning millions every year conservatively. It's cute that you think they run this site for purely altruistic reasons!

heat added,its in stock available.ordered way to many items on back order from Amazon that I never received order cancelled etc etc.
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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)
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 UnchartedT… Read more
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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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The LEGO Architect By Tom Alphin £12.75 delivered @ Wordery + Up to 6% cashback via Quidco Editor
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 chapter… Read more
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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

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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 SuperEd
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 po… Read more
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mousey

OOS



Well that lasted long, expired now

Unavailable I'm getting

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Mini Knitted Christmas (knitting projects) £6.97 delivered @ Wordery Editor
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 al… Read more
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Price gone up, cheaper on amazon

have they got a "Clanger" pattern?

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trollipops

I posted the meerkat one today too,I bought it last week. Worth a … I posted the meerkat one today too,I bought it last week. Worth a purchase if your lady likes knitting its adorable



Yeah, they seem like good little kits. She nailed a needle felting one and started to learn to knit, so why not?

Edited by: "NeoTrix" 7th Oct 2015

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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Dungeons and Dragons 5th edition players handbook £19.42 @ Wordery
bargin I think rrp of £29.99 get your d&d on! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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Modern Toss - A Decade in the **** - Wordery £19.13 Delivered (RRP£28)
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 contemporary… Read more
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exexpat

[img]http://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0351/1705/products/DECADE_BOOK_FACE_ON_1024x1024.jpg?v=1404484548[/img]



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!
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Capcom 30th Anniversary Character Encyclopedia (Hardcover) £8.93 @ Wordery
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… Read more
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£8.95 if you want it from ebay (probably come a bit quicker) ebay.co.uk/itm…5b3

montblanc

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 … 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
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 … Read more
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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?


Yes. You get the 'Celebrity Badge' when you have 100 comments, you've got it now.

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100 comments! Is there a badge for that?

MRR_ltd

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

Wow, you've edited this and it still doesn't read right.What are you … 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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Brush up on your grammar! Eats, shoots and leaves for £6.17 incl. P&P! @ Wordery
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 and y… Read more
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LandOfConfusion

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



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

My granddaughter is bright and advanced in her reading. When quizzing her … 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 … 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!



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 … 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
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… Read more
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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, … 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 … 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) mod
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 funny… Read more
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leekickass

they have a signed ed of this on forbidden planet for £9.99 … 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
forbiddenplanet.com/140…on/
Edited by: "leekickass" 26th Apr 2015