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Cash'n'Carrion The crisis has passed and all those sobbing sysadmins who have been sitting in darkened rooms unable to work because of a worldwide shortage of BOFH polo shirts can now emerge blinking in the light, credit cards at the ready.

The all-new BOFH polo shirtYes, so popular did our first batch of this magnificent shirt prove that it was pretty well gone in three days. Accordingly, we immediately authorised an emergency airlift of apparel from our Indonesian shirt plant.

To recap, this is a top-quality, 100 per cent cotton shirt which features the famous BOFH 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 can be yours right now, right here.

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