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New look Boo.com was pressing the flesh this morning in a bid to drum up interest in its dotcom fashion house.

According to one vulture eyed reader a "small army of young Europeans" was handing out flyers this morning at Tube stations in London.

On one particularly non-technical postcard it said: "The revenge of style... Boo.com the sequel.

"It's the site you've been waiting and waiting and waiting for.

"A brand new production! All new cast! All new direction! This time it's personal.

"Boo.com... because style never dies."

Frankly, it's this kind of utter, utter garbage that forced Boo.com - the original - to go titsup.com in the first place. You'd have thought someone would have cottoned on to that by now. ®

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