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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

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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

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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.

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

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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

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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!
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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?

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