“Bought this brand new have original receipt”
That’s nice for you, that original receipt must be qute a comfort.
“worked perfectly until my grandson got over exicited on the wii and threw the remote at the screen.”
Grandsons, sons, mother-in-laws; it seems no-one’s immune to the joys of Nintendo’s toy for the masses.
Let’s face it, the wii’s not a videogame system, it’s a modern-day remake of the old funfair china-smashing stall; The test is to see how long you can go before you throw the remote at your tv.
Points should be awarded for how long you can last, coupled with artistic impression once the inevitable occurs.
Home insurance companies should charge a higher premium if you own a wii.
“Bought a new tv but have since been told its easy to repair costing around £120.”
How many times have people said this now? You’d think think people would cotton on, wouldn’t you?
“So this is a bargin with low by it now price & no reserve.”
“On 09-Jul-11 at 10:38:17 BST, seller added the following information:
Buy it now £125.00″
Oh yes, definitely a “bargin”. What about the “by it now price” though?