HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 16th September

16 September 2009

hukd_logob1Whenever we try and imagine the typical Bitterwallet reader, we conjure up a vision of someone who enjoys spending endless hours lounging around in their bed, reading teeth-grindingly awful popular literature while cuddling a fresh dead fish.

Market research shows that we’re exactly on the money with that supposition, so read on and let these sizzling bargains from HotUKDeals set your day alight.

469637Since last night the HotUKDeals forums have been ablaze with blistering praise for this incredible bargain – a Sealy Posturepedic Ultra Memory Superior Double Mattress. We’re getting sleepy just from typing its lengthy name.

Vince got one last month and says it’s like sleeping inside the bosom of a fresh cream cake. Whatever that means. Anyway, the RRP of the thing is £562.75 but right now it’s down to just £143.74. While stocks last, so get over there and get one. Then come back and read the rest of this.

469212You’re back then? Great. Once your mattress has arrived, you’ll be looking to spend more time lying in a horizontal manner on it. So you’ll be needing something with which to occupy yourself.  No, not that.

You could easily while away as much as half a human day with the new tome from Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown, the man who has been described as “the worst author alive today” but who somehow sells shedloads of books. His new one, The Lost Symbol can be had in hardback for only £4.99.

farmed_sea_breamOne thing we don’t advise you to share your bed with is a sea bream, dead or otherwise. Particularly if it isn’t fresh. Don’t be tempted even though you can get a fresh, dead one for just £1 at the moment.

So there you go, a nice new mattress on the cheap, and Dan Brown’s new book, which we expect will stink only slightly less than a sea bream. Don’t say we don’t get to the nub of what people really want here at Bitterwallet.

(deals found by HUKD members alexandercooper, tooheys30 and dwaindibley)

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