HotKUKDeals Of The Day - Wednesday 26th October
Hey you! Do you love retro-style drinking glasses, old-school computer monitors and shutting out all noise in the style of a sex-mad Italian Prime Minister? Of course you do – that’s why you’ll be in your element for the next few minutes while you read our bargain round-up from HotUKDeals…
It’s time for the return of an old favourite, one that will allow you to stuff your fat face and stuff your kitchen cupboard at the same time. Or adorn your drinking glass tree if that’s where you keep your drinking glasses. What the hell is a drinking glass tree anyway. It’s McDonald’s-based so you’ll need to be a dedicated fan of their ‘products’ if you want to benefit from it.
Basically, from next Monday (31st), if you buy a large meal or Premium Salad (in capitals because it’s Important) you’ll be given a free retro Coca Cola glass. Could be time to strengthen your drinking glass tree…
Some people like their computer system to be state of the art, with monitors adorned with flashing lights, bells, whistles, a cup holder and the ability to be able to emit laser beams that can deal with tension between your shoulder blades. Some don’t.
For those who don’t here’s a great, cheap-but-cheerful VGA monitor for those of you who like keeping it simple. Best of all it’s only £49.98, with free delivery available, so you won’t have to worry too much if you punch it in the face when your games beat you.
Finally for now, something that can block out all of the extraneous noise that is provided by your partners, pets and bloody kids. Something that you can strap on and use to send yourself to a world of ecstacy. No, not that.
We speak, of course, about headphones, and if you’re looking for a new pair, you could do a LOT worse than opting for the Sennheiser HD201s at only £13.10 – they’re apparently the closed headphones that Silvio Berlusconi chooses to wear when he’s playlisting music for his Bunga Bunga parties. And that’s a Bitterwallet FACT. Sort of.
(deals found by HUKD members rajbrinder, mark_trev and RubelKhan)