HotUKDeals Of The Day - Friday 7th August
As is traditional at this time of the week, we bring you Deals Of The Day True Or False Friday, with a little help from HotUKDeals.
As ever, the ingredients are as follows, three red hot bargains and three lightly boiled factoids that may or may not contain actual facts. Simmer for a few moments until you’ve decided if they’re true or false.
THE DEAL: 10% off books of first and second class stamps, in books of six or twelve. WARNING: There is a limit of two books per customer. END OF WARNING.
TRUE OR FALSE? From 2010, the Queen’s head will no longer appear on second class stamps and will be replaced with the head of Kerry Katona.
THE DEAL: A stylish collection of fake moustaches (assorted 12-Pack) for just £1.55 delivered. Moustaches include the Rogue, the Casanova and the Bandit.
TRUE OR FALSE? The moustache was outlawed in Ireland between 1874 and 1902 as it was believed to be a sign that its owner had been licking horse’s arses.
THE DEAL: As a tribute to legendary film director John Hughes, here’s a collection of four of his films in a £7.41 DVD collection. Includes Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, Some Kind Of Wonderful, Pretty In Pink and Planes, Trains And Automobiles.
TRUE OR FALSE? In 1987, following the success of the film, Ferris was the most popular name given to newborn boys AND girls in Albania.
(deals found by HUKD members DavidL, gogosteve and Wicked Lester)
TRUE OR FALSE: All statements are FALSE. Except this one. This one is true. You okay with that Mike Hock esq?