K’Nex Boxed Set: 50p
Whoa! Didn’t Ted say a couple of weeks ago that he wasn’t going to buy any more K’Nex? Eh? Isn’t that what he said? Didn’t he say that he’d got enough? Well, Ted is weak. He lost his resolve shortly afterwards. When he saw this boxed set for just 50p, he succumbed. So there.
A Pair of Walkie Talkies: £1
No, this is not a mistake. These superb devices, which were manufactured in a country which is an anagram of CHAIN, only cost £1 and they came complete with batteries. They are named Ben. It was explained to Ted that any child under the age of ten would appreciate the significance of this.
Two Solar-Powered LED Torches: £2
Yes, just £2 for both of them. They’re BNIB (brand new in box). The black one even has a floating compass in its base. They are each powered by a monocrystalline panel and after 6 hours in bright sunlight they will last up to 8 hours. They were manufactured in a country which is an anagram of A CHIN.
STOP PRESS Ted has found that the switches on them are dodgy, and this is probably why they were being sold at a car boot sale…
Very Sharp Vegetable Peeler: 50p
Ted was told to be very careful when using this owing to its extreme sharpness; the seller had had an unfortunate experience with one and showed Ted the scar. Ted immediately realised why it was this colour and has kindly given it to his wife as a present.