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MrsS 15 4.5k 18 England
16 May 2008 11:16PM

Quote:Epz branded hip flask for my Bushmills hmmmmmmmmmmm....

Just as long as you don't intend to put any ice in there, Colin!!! Wink

F xx

Put me down for a "skinny fit" T shirt! Tongue
17 May 2008 8:39AM

Quote:Quote:Epz branded hip flask for my Bushmills hmmmmmmmmmmm....Just as long as you don't intend to put any ice in there, Colin!!!

F xx

Put me down for a "skinny fit" T shirt!





God no ice Fran !!! Skinny fit would look good on you.....
User_Removed 16 4.3k 2 United Kingdom
17 May 2008 7:46PM
I seem to remember there was an EPZ mini skirt, and a few other trashy items, on offer last time.
The range offered then wasn't in sympathy with the average age of site users IMHO.
A slip up by the marketing team.
CathyT 15 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
17 May 2008 7:57PM
What about an EPZ mankini........
Boyd 17 11.2k 11 Wales
17 May 2008 7:58PM
The e and z on your goolies and the P on your willy. Classy.
CaptivePhotons 18 1.7k 2 England
17 May 2008 8:00PM

Quote:I for one wouldnt mind a nice fleece with the Ephotozine logo on left breast...


Would that be a logo on the fleece or a tasteful tattoo?
CathyT 15 7.3k 18 United Kingdom
17 May 2008 8:01PM
Thought you'd like it....Boyd wants to put an order in .

Panty Fiddle will never be the same again.
Boyd 17 11.2k 11 Wales
17 May 2008 8:04PM
Pant Y Ffyddwl ya plum.
Wink
Kris_Dutson 19 8.2k 1 England
17 May 2008 8:19PM
Hoodie for me.

'tho 30 sovs is a bit steep. I just paid 18 for a Vox Amps 50th anniversary one.
18 May 2008 8:32AM

Quote:Quote:I for one wouldnt mind a nice fleece with the Ephotozine logo on left breast...Would that be a logo on the fleece or a tasteful tattoo?


Yup tattoo on left tit, and a nice fleece. Feck....
SuziBlue 18 16.2k 10 Scotland
18 May 2008 11:03AM
Depends on who's doing the tattooing. Can't be anyone who's attended the NW Meet or Rowardennan - the hands would be too shaky. 8-]

I would have thought that a an epz coat of arms would be quite appropriate. Mute swan and robin rampant, bar sinister .. snicker
tommythecat 14 149 2 United Kingdom
21 May 2008 11:02AM
What about using someone like cafepress for the merchandise? They produce the clothing on demand so no stock has to be bought upfront and it needn't be restricted to one type of clothing. Can't vouch for quality as i've not used them but there are probably a few companies that offer similar..
exposure Plus
17 6.0k United Kingdom
21 May 2008 11:21AM
Please could we have something light Like indian crinkle cotton thats easy to wear and wash
Because thats about all we can wear here from now until October
strappy tops ect.
Pauline.(*.*)
conrad 17 10.9k 116
21 May 2008 11:23AM

Quote:it flopped because the items were more designer-style but were perceived to be too expensive.
We are thinking of doing some t-shirts again and baseball hats.



Actually, I seem to remember that people didn't like the t-shirt colour, the style of the shirts (a lot of people seemed to prefer polo-type shirts), and the type of cap (it was a trucker-style cap instead of a real baseball-style cap).

And Tommy is right about the cafepress idea, it's the safest choice because no stock is produced.
fauxtography 16 6.6k 36
21 May 2008 11:44AM

Quote:Epz branded hip flask for my Bushmills hmmmmmmmmmmm....
the best suggestion yet. Grin

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