I winced at paying £17 for a handheld bike pump from Evans. Five years on and innumerable (probably around 30) air top-ups later, and I can’t believe how sceptical i ever was
V good thread
Can a single post be a thread?
Then my work here is done
You’re still on 57p per inflation. You can do all your car tyres for 20p.
Sorry to piss on your chips mate.
Spent far more money than I was comfortable with on a Ted Baker coat a few years ago but it’s just about still good.
bought a big thing of douwe egberts at full price
usually only buy whatever is on offer, but figured it works out at like 5p a cup of coffee or something so fuck it might as well get the nice one
Quite like my house too tbf.
Probs my iPad - use it absolutely tons
Oh and my dunlopillo
£600 mattress was a very good call actually. I was sceptical but it’s very, very comfortable.
Bought a tub of Dax hair gel stuff many years ago. Used it on and off for a while, am currently using it daily and the stuff doesn’t seem to dissipate at all. Reckon there’s years left in it. Probably only cost a few quid.
At the same time, I do feel distressingly tied to it. There is probably a better product for me out there, but how will I ever know when I have to spend years working through each option?
Oh yeah and my easyJet wanker card - easily the best money I’ve spent recently
Don’t subtweet me
I think I get about a year out of each £4 small tin of VO5 wax/clay/putty/whateverthefuckitis. Can’t complain at that.
$55 for a windbreaker in 2018 and it’s been one of the best clothing decisions I’ve made in decades.
i was a red dax wax man for many a year
I’ve had the same Lancôme eyeliner pencil for about 7 years. Wear it everyday and it’s still going.