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I really need this confirmed for the sake of my own sanity.

Whilst doing my regular stint around Tesco today I'm pretty certain I caught site of Phil & Kirsty on the cover of their own magazine, aptly titled Location, Location, Location.

Please tell me it was just a nightmare!

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I really need this confirmed for the sake of my own sanity.

Whilst doing my regular stint around Tesco today I'm pretty certain I caught site of Phil & Kirsty on the cover of their own magazine, aptly titled Location, Location, Location.

Please tell me it was just a nightmare!

I wish I could, but sadly there is nothing dreamlike about this þastard lovechild of Phil and Kirsty's weekly televisual property-ramping exercise which has found it's way onto groaning magazine shelves across the nation:

http://www.magazine-group.co.uk/magazines.php?id=617

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I wish I could, but sadly there is nothing dreamlike about this þastard lovechild of Phil and Kirsty's weekly televisual property-ramping exercise which has found it's way onto groaning magazine shelves across the nation:

http://www.magazine-group.co.uk/magazines.php?id=617

From the promotional text about it on that website:

Each issue follows house-hunting coupons, guides you through the purchasing process and brings you inspirational ideas to makeover all the rooms in your home within your budget.

Spell-checker problem? "Couples" maybe? Or are Phil and Krusty now handing out some sort of vouchers?....

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Thanks for confirming although I was perturbed by your link to the magazine subscription.

It said that it was 'totally risk free'.

I wonder if that's because 'house prices never go down'? <_<

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What does it cost? Or do you just put in an offer 1p less than the asking?

Better buy fast, word is that the next issue will be 5% more expensive.

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i went to get my copy for £2.75, but by the time id reached woolworths the price had rocketed to £16.35.

i ended up have to share two middle pages of a metro with 2 students and a doley for £3.42. deposit on pages was 50p plus 25p admin charge.

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i went to get my copy for £2.75, but by the time id reached woolworths the price had rocketed to £16.35.

i ended up have to share two middle pages of a metro with 2 students and a doley for £3.42. deposit on pages was 50p plus 25p admin charge.

Damn, I've missed the boat!

I can now only afford the payments on a downmarket rag like Razzle from a newsagents in a less popular part of town.

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Damn, I've missed the boat!

I can now only afford the payments on a downmarket rag like Razzle from a newsagents in a less popular part of town.

you think thats bad. a friend of mine was still living with his mum and dad at 32, and they all shared a copy of "Colour Climax" which origially cost 4'ds and 6' hathpenny in 1955.

it was a special edition called "girdle fancy" and featured a model who was popular at the time called alice gellis, who had a magnificant bust.

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