TheCumbriansNet RT @joncolman: Carlisle Utd to join EFL clubs tomorrow in discussions over possible transfer window change https://t.co/31bneLWbFS
2hreplyretweetfavorite
TheCumbriansNet RT @joncolman: Keith Curle's three years in charge at Carlisle United - a statistical review https://t.co/5pljXn0wif #cufc https://t.co/S07
2hreplyretweetfavorite
TheCumbriansNet RT @bbccumbriasport: CARLISLE: Nigel Clibbens, John Nixon and Jim Mitchell confirmed as the Q&A guests this Friday night from 6.00pm https:…
6hreplyretweetfavorite
TheCumbriansNet RT @bbccumbriasport: CARLISLE: Full-match commentary on Crewe v Carlisle United this Saturday from 2.00pm on FM & Freeview https://t.co/2BX
7hreplyretweetfavorite
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: Lee Dykes on the @ShrimpsOfficial game yesterday and Clint Hill: https://t.co/CeypkR4Ev9 https://t.co/IAKlhMhs50
7hreplyretweetfavorite
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: A gallery of images from the Central League Cup game against @ShrimpsOfficial: https://t.co/nhkwOsdaVS https://t.co/r6Zkn
7hreplyretweetfavorite
TheCumbriansNet RT @bbccumbriasport: CARLISLE: Full-match commentary on Crewe v Carlisle United this Saturday from 2.00pm on FM & Freeview 721 https://t.co
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: Watch the goals from Clint Hill and @SamirNabi96 from today's game against Morecambe on our YouTube channel here: https:/…
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: A summary from today's Central League Cup action against @ShrimpsOfficial: https://t.co/DrRaXC5WNW https://t.co/Dasmuk45S8
TheCumbriansNet RT @joncolman: Clint Hill scores for Carlisle Utd's reserves against Morecambe | News & Star https://t.co/m57tSVrmba #cufc
TheCumbriansNet RT @bbccumbriasport: CARLISLE: Defender Clint Hill scored United's first goal in the 2-0 Central League Cup win over Morecambe https://t.co
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: That's full time, goals from Hill and Nabi enough to seal a 2-0 win #cufc
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: 2-0 to us now after Nabi fired home from just inside the box #cufc
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: United lead 1-0 at half time thanks to a goal from Clint Hill #cufc
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: .. Kennedy and Devitt also involved #cufc
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: Clint Hill is involved in today's Central League Cup game against Morecambe - other first team players including T Miller…
TheCumbriansNet RT @bbccumbriasport: CARLISLE: Today marks three years since Keith Curle took charge - here's a breakdown of his tenure in numbers https://…
TheCumbriansNet RT @officialcufc: Danny Grainger @Dannyg31986 on the 1-1 draw with Barnet on Saturday: https://t.co/mrTDtgi030 https://t.co/Hvgvj3Tr7A
TheCumbriansNet RT @joncolman: "Hopefully it will give us some confidence for the next game," says Shaun Miller, after Saturday's wonder goal https://t.co/
TheCumbriansNet RT @bbccumbriasport: CARLISLE: Questions for the board can be phoned-in to the show from 6.00pm this Friday night on 0345 3051122 https://t…

normal Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.

  • munchymagic
  • munchymagic's Avatar Topic Author
  • Offline
  • First Team Player
  • First Team Player
More
07 Jan 2017 04:10 #1 by munchymagic
munchymagic created the topic: Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.
Sick of people just browsing and not buying apparently :lol:


www.express.co.uk/news/uk/750291/rude-bo...shop-North-Yorkshire

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • markredfox73
  • markredfox73's Avatar
  • Away
  • First Team Player
  • First Team Player
More
07 Jan 2017 10:33 #2 by markredfox73
markredfox73 replied the topic: Re:Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.
Wukkie has got a new job :o

Sent from my SM-J320FN using Tapatalk

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
07 Jan 2017 20:38 #3 by 182blue
182blue replied the topic: Re:Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.
Like this.
The idea that some folk walk into a bookshop, that they have driven to in their Beamer, wearing Berghaus gear and are massively afronted that the proprietor isn't practically wanking them off to get them to spend £10, is something that tickles me. Not that I'm stereotyping.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
07 Jan 2017 20:41 #4 by High Street
High Street replied the topic: Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.
Tenner you say?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
07 Jan 2017 20:57 #5 by Ns9246
Ns9246 replied the topic: Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.
In the national papers certainly gave hawes a load of publicity
They should thank him for it

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

More
08 Jan 2017 19:21 - 08 Jan 2017 19:22 #6 by Mr Quint
Mr Quint replied the topic: Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.
Great business model! It's great to browse through old books. Who knows what you'll find. It's a simple pleasure, why not therefore pay for it. I bet most of the tits who are twinning would be the sought of folk who buy items cheep in a charity shop, then sell it on eBay for profit. It's not actually an unusual way of doing business. Old books also need to be handled with care. It's not really been said too much that if you do purchase a book, the proprietor knocks off the 50p!!
Record fairs and galleries work on a similar principle. I enjoy a good browse 50p is a fair price. Hawed is a great town. Annoying twiney folk should [censored] off!
Last Edit: 08 Jan 2017 19:22 by Mr Quint.

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

  • munchymagic
  • munchymagic's Avatar Topic Author
  • Offline
  • First Team Player
  • First Team Player
More
08 Jan 2017 20:03 #7 by munchymagic
munchymagic replied the topic: Man Charges 50p To Enter His Bookshop.
He is just a robbing old get, I used to have no problem at the library paying for stuff I can peruse through and take home for a week and return but paying to just have a look would make me avoid his shop as what if his stuff is a load of tat or overpriced?

Please Log in or Create an account to join the conversation.

Time to create page: 0.180 seconds
Go to top