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    EduGeek mugs

    Anyone fancy an EduGeek mug? I shall be getting these done in the next month, and they will cost about £8 inc postage. They will be a large capacity type (330ml) so that will please even the most hardened caffine addict.
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    Cool! I look forward to sending off for mine!

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    I like it! I'll have a couple when they are ready!

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    Me too, keep us informed.

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    £8

    What sort of mug(s) do you take us for

    remember - I'll have to buy 7 of them!

    regards

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    £8 Becasue I've got to buy the mugs, pay for the initial printing costs (£35 per colour) and get special boxes to ship them in. I think EG will make £1 per mug after that.

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    I'll have one of those!

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    I think £8 for a mug with a message on it that scares the cr@p out of people is a bargain!

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    Count me in, that looks good

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    Yes Please! Let me know when we can order!!!

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    ooh yes please

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    Quote Originally Posted by SimpleSi View Post
    £8

    What sort of mug(s) do you take us for

    remember - I'll have to buy 7 of them!

    regards

    Simon
    I made that face too. I think I'd rather make the £1 donation to EG and then buy a cheap mug from Asda. At least that way I won't be too disappointed if it gets stolen, smashed or chipped.

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    I'll take 3

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    Quote Originally Posted by Edu-IT View Post
    I think I'd rather make the £1 donation to EG and then buy a cheap mug from Asda.
    Ahhh but these are real collectors' items. I'll have one. It's about time I contibuted some money to EduGeek the amount of times it's saved my skin.

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    Yes please.

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