Discussion in 'CycleChat Cafe' started by User, 20 Feb 2008.
I ordered a balck one...so I'd take a bule one if there was one going
I'd happily pay £20 for my original 'friedly' order as it's now a rare collector's item, but if it can be reduced to £10 through persuasion, who am I to argue ?
(If they still won't bite for the tenner, I'll pay the £20 anyway.)
I didn't order one originally, but I'll happily hand over a tenner for one.
And me...-though it'd have to be alonglsaleeve versuion as its too bleedin cold at this latitude for short sleeves shirts !
But, if it had to be a short sleeves shirt then no worries,
If you manage to get more than fifty requests then someone who didn't get one first time round can have my misprinted one. Otherwise I'll take it.
+1, but I don't fancy paying more than £10 plus P+P for the wrong un.
Sounds like a good plan. I ordered a short-sleeve and a long-sleeve, so £20 for them both would be great or one could be placed in the pot if demand exceeds supply.
Having ordered a shot sleeved, I would swop for long if there were one going...
Happily pay a tenner.
In fact I'd happily pay for a long armed (short zip or full zip), so would buy two if it meant we could make the quota and I could get some different alternatives in either colour. I don't have that many good shirts at the moment.
A tenner's good value for a quality shirt with a typo!
If available, another blue one for me, thanks!
Me too, too!
I tnhik I'll psas up on tihs one, and wiat and see how the ogrnaiil (crocret) one ftis. Atfer all, I may not rlaely need two jeesyrs....
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