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OneEyedMonster remindes us about the crap you can buy in pound shops: "Batteries that lasted about an hour and then died. A screwdriver with a loose handle so I couldn't turn the damn screw, and a tape measure which wasn't at all accurate."

Similarly, my neighbour bought a lawnmower from Argos that was so cheap the wheels didn't go round, it sort of skidded over the grass whilst gently back-combing it.

What's the cheapest, most useless crap you've bought?

(, Fri 4 Jan 2008, 7:26)
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compulsive incest
I once bought a book with that title from a street market in Poland. Cheaply printed on bad paper in New York, it was an explicit evocation of the love that only a close family knows. Granddad was shagging his grand daughter and his daughter, who was shagging her son, who was shagging his sister. It was so badly written that it was hilarious. I particularly recall the scene where the father watches his son boning his own mother and feels great paternal pride. Cost me about a quid.
(, Tue 8 Jan 2008, 12:54, 5 replies)
The book
frankspencer, please post some scans! Or at least some highlights!
(, Tue 8 Jan 2008, 12:55, closed)
I was afraid to travel with it in case it infringed any obscenity laws, so I left it in Poland.
(, Tue 8 Jan 2008, 13:15, closed)
You wrote that book didn't you Frank.

Come on - 'fess.
(, Tue 8 Jan 2008, 13:24, closed)
That reminds me of a book bought by a flatemate for about 25p
It was called "Love at a tender age" and was basically made up letters from confused teenagers to a made up agony uncle. Weird stuff, I may just google it...
(, Tue 8 Jan 2008, 14:51, closed)
Come on! If I'd written it, the grandfather would have been at the grandson as well.
(, Tue 8 Jan 2008, 15:02, closed)

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