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Introducing the big, bad BOFH polo shirt

Essential kit for the marauding sysdamin

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Cash'n'Carrion Those BOFH fans who have long admired our BOFH logo t-shirt - but rather wished that there was a piece of apparel with a slightly more discreet logo - can now avail themselves of the latest apparel for the marauding sysadmins: the all-new BOFH logo polo shirt.

The all-new BOFH polo shirtAs you'd expect, this is a top-quality, 100 per cent cotton shirt which features said logo embroidered on the left breast, Reg url embroidered on the sleeve and comes in sizes ranging from medium to XXL. It goes out for a comfortable £16.16 (£18.99 inc VAT), and is available right now, right here.

In fact, there's a veritable conucopia of BOFH goodies down at Cash'n'Carrion, and since there are only so many shopping days left to Xmas in which to fill your stocking - less than 400 in fact for the sensible consumer who is already planning his or her Christmas 2005 buying strategy - we advise immediate deployment of the plastic to avoid tearful disappointment. And speaking of Yule e-commerce, here's a bit of important related info:

Last Cash'n'Carrion Xmas posting dates

The last posting dates for pre-Xmas delivery of Cash'n'Carrion goodies are as follows:

  • South & Central America, Caribbean, Africa. Middle East, New Zealand, Australia - Sunday 5 December
  • Japan, USA, Canada, Eastern Europe - Thursday 9 December
  • Western Europe - Sunday 12 December
  • UK - Wednesday 15th December

Yup, those are the last dates on which you can order kit for delivery before Xmas. Happy shopping. ®

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