HotUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 30th March

30 March 2011

hukd_logob1 It’s all about the unending power struggle between liquids and solids here at Deals Of The Day today. In the liquids corner, we’ve got a toss up between milkshake and petrol while in the solids corner is HDMI cables. What a battle royale it promises to be.

What a load of old toss, eh? Why not head over to HotUKDeals for some solace.

892240_1If you visit certain electrical retail emporiums, you might be fooled into believing that you won’t get a decent HDMI cable for under £15. Some people take that notion, scrunch it up into a ball and throw it over a house. We like those people.

Those people will probably like this – an 1.8m HDMI to HDMI cable for just 34p with 99p postage. It’ll sicken those folk who advocate the £15 cables, but in truth, they should probably be half-choked with one of them.

909064_1We move on to something slightly more palatable than the idea of strangling bewildered electrical retail store staff with HDMI cables until their eyeballs start to pop out of their heads – and offer you some milkshake instead!

It’s Frijj milkshake and it is guaranteed to bring all the boys to the yard. All flavours are in the special offer and it’s only 50p a bottle. You’d better get a bigger yard.

909434_1Finally, we move on to another liquid, but one that is somewhat less palatable and refreshing than Frijj milkshake. We speak of course about petrol and, if you’re a bit weird, diesel.

The damned stuff costs a pissing fortune these days but a £50 supermarket spend could get you 5p knocked off the price of every litre of your fuel that you buy. Don’t get it mixed up with the Frijj though – there’s no joke here, it’ll actually make you die.

(deals found by HUKD members TwistedNerve, Rocketronnie7 and nicster08)

TOPICS:   Motoring   Technology

1 comment

  • NobNob
    > Don’t get it mixed up with the Frijj though – there’s no joke here, it’ll actually make you die. That depends what you use frijj for. If you use it to dilute your diesel, then diesel is probably a better option.

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