HotUKDeals Of The Day - Monday 31st August

The August bank holiday has arrived, meaning all-day drinking and late afternoon incidents of glassing are on the cards. But before you begin that long and inevitable stagger to casualty, there's just enough time to squeeze in some corking deals, individually wrapped and delivered by the pages of Hot UK Deals:

Remember when Take That were good? No? That's right, because it never happened. Some folk rate the abilities of this grown-up boy band and the songwriting abilities of big Gazza Barlow, but not us. You'll never catch us badly harmonising while singing Patience in the office, and that's a fact. Still, even when we see the best efforts of Take That's early years at this price - Never Forget: The Ultimate Collection on DVD for £3.83 delivered - we're slowly reaching for our credit cards too. Those cheeky, lovely scamps.

Everyone loves babies, right? Wrong. Anybody who has spent a considerable number of months wiping their arse will know that catching crap in a nappy and scraping it off a youngling costs a fortune. Good news, then, from ASDA - a 6 pack of Johnson's Baycare Wipes will only cost a piddling £5. Now if that isn't cause for one too many pints of Magners this afternoon, then you must be dead on the inside.

Finally, what about cats? Brilliant, they are. Except when they stick a claw in your face at four in the morning, bite you, ruin your furniture, cry at the back door all the bastard time and refuse to eat any of the food you've bought them. Apart from that we love cats, which is why we'll be buying this big book all about them. It's no less than the Encyclopedia of the Cat for only £2.99 at WH Smith (RRP £25).

(deals found by HUKD members millarcat, smudgemobile and spruce-moose)


  • Existentialist T.
    I bought the CAT book for my dogs, they loved it, It's like looking in a receipe book. I am dyslexic and I bought the Fake Twat DVD collection, much better. BOLLOCKS! Sorry, Tourettes, not Dyslexic, CUN*T
  • Matt
    Competition winning comment, I hope!

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