Those of you who saved a few bob on last week's yuletastic Xbox 360 offer down at Tesco may well have been considering how to spend the cash you'd otherwise have spunked with the UK supermarket monolith. Well, what about something for the little princess in your life, like a magical Disney Princess Folding Chair? Mind you, your …
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Worryingly I can see Paris wanting one.
"... you'd otherwise have spunked with the UK supermarket monolith"
Now I've got coffee and snot over my keyboard. Thanks.
Cum now, what definition are you using for the verb "to spunk" here?
Not the first time...
Few months ago Woolies were selling a 32" LCD telly for the same price too. Even had the cheek to demand nearly £5 postage on top of the price. :)
perhaps they are using the dasani definition of the word as opposed to Claire Swire one....
@Peter Hewitt, thank you for the dasani reference. So off I go to Google to look that up.
Now I have tea over my keyboard too.
Still, it's nice to have Coca Cola confirm there really is baby-maker gravy in all their products, not just the burgers.
So, that's the Paris Hilton angle sorted.
Hold on! The Americans...
Never mind Dasani, I remember John Wayne telling the little girl in "True Grit" that he "liked spunk in little girls" or words to that effect.
"Thanks to Simon Mullin for the rip-off."
... just offer to pay them an extra 1p for it. I bet that counter would tick over to all zeros!
RE: Simple answer... @ Anonymous Coward
Actually it might go to £-99,999,999.99 where by they pay you the sum of 100 million pounds.
/me puts pinky to corner of mouth....
Then you can spend the money to research Dolphins with fricken laser beams.
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