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£255 for a t-shirt?? Answered


Heads up on a really important ebay auction, ending in a few hours.

The BBC are raising funds for their new wildlife charity with an auction of favours, trips out with the stars and unique items (such as the sofa from Springwatch).

Go.

Look.

Spend.

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ANDY!

8 years ago

it's probably just a pride thing

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zascecs

8 years ago

The shirt is gonna eventually get ripped or torn, and the colors fade from the wash, so unless you just don't wear it and put in on some sort of display...

...why???

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Kitemanzascecs

Reply 8 years ago

I'm guessing charity auctions are more of a British than American thing?

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zascecsKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

There's also something called donating...

...Wall-mart would probably sell that shirt for 5 bucks. 

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Kitemanzascecs

Reply 8 years ago

But it wouldn't be a shirt personally designed, created and worn on TV by a celeb (Chris Packham is a popular nature presenter and photographer, as well as a jolly nice chap).

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zascecsKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

Oh, now I get it...

...but do you really need to spend so much money on a shirt...? You could probably get one personally designed for a lot cheaper, and make it look just like the celebrity's... 

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zascecsSunbanks

Reply 8 years ago

I already made a comment above saying that you could donate money...

Anyways, its those peoples' choice, so...

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Plasmana

8 years ago

Wow... that is insane

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KitemanPlasmana

Reply 8 years ago

I think there's one at over £500 now...

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PlasmanaKiteman

Reply 8 years ago

Pff... It is just unbelievable how much people would pay for an "special" shirt when it orignaly cost like a pound or something.. :O

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KentsOkay

8 years ago

And I thought a $30 Machinae Supremacy shirt was expensive...