Daily/Sunday Mail outrage

#1
Like I suspect many of you,I was totally taken in by their television advertisement informing me that there was a crisp bank of England note within their weekendn rags.Imagine my delight on opening my Guaranteed prize Winning envelope to be met with a fucking Prize card which informs me that if I buy their rag again this week i will be guaranteed a prize.I was so outraged I bought another of their rags today,and got fucked off by tham again,still no cash.
Who do I complain to?
 
#2
Like I suspect many of you,I was totally taken in by their television advertisement informing me that there was a crisp bank of England note within their weekendn rags.Imagine my delight on opening my Guaranteed prize Winning envelope to be met with a fucking Prize card which informs me that if I buy their rag again this week i will be guaranteed a prize.I was so outraged I bought another of their rags today,and got fucked off by tham again,still no cash.
Who do I complain to?
I am authorised by The Daily Mail to act on their behalf on all matters pertaining to this promotion. In order for you to receive your cash prize all you need to do is furnish me with the following:

Full name and address
Bank account details
Employment status
PIN codes for all your bank accounts
And details of the account you wish the payment credited to (if different from above)
 
#3
Ha Sucker - you fell for it twice ! Remember the age old adage if something is probably to good to be true then it probably is !

I will add your name to the Hall of Fame for Mugs.

On a positive note at least you can have a second crack at the crossword !
 
#4
Like I suspect many of you,I was totally taken in by their television advertisement informing me that there was a crisp bank of England note within their weekendn rags.Imagine my delight on opening my Guaranteed prize Winning envelope to be met with a fucking Prize card which informs me that if I buy their rag again this week i will be guaranteed a prize.I was so outraged I bought another of their rags today,and got fucked off by tham again,still no cash.
Who do I complain to?
Believe me when I tell you,,The inserts that go into newspapers are placed there by either the newsagent or the paper kids,if there are any 'winning' envelopes or vouchers then the sods pinch em....

ex Newsagent..........
 
#6
Believe me when I tell you,,The inserts that go into newspapers are placed there by either the newsagent or the paper kids,if there are any 'winning' envelopes or vouchers then the sods pinch em....

ex Newsagent..........
So they put the cards into the plastic bag and then seal up the bags as well.vvery clever.
 
#7
According to the Daily Fail there circulation figuers are 2,008,817 I cant do maths but if they £5 in every one they would be skint.

By the way I used to do twp paper rounds one in the morning before school and the afterwards if there was anything worth having in the papers it would have been away like a shot.
 
#9
So they put the cards into the plastic bag and then seal up the bags as well.vvery clever.
No they use those bright lights that they check for forgeries etc,,they can see through them......
 
#10
You actually believed them? Come on, they claim that what they print is 'news'.
 
#12
According to the Daily Fail there circulation figuers are 2,008,817 I cant do maths but if they £5 in every one they would be skint.

By the way I used to do twp paper rounds one in the morning before school and the afterwards if there was anything worth having in the papers it would have been away like a shot.
I used to to do the same when I was a paper boy. I always wondered if the bloke at number 25 notice that his copy of Razzle was well thumbed and a week late.
 
#14
Free Beer in Cardiff City Hall for veterans , 12.00 today, better late than never
We got free beer in Cardiff city hall once, three companies of no2 clad squaddies. By Eck did they regret it.
 

TheIronDuke

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#16
I feel a short note to Mummy might be the way forward?

Dearest Mummy.

Had you shot me in the head when you first spotted me licking windows and laboons I would not now be suffering ridicule for believing something I read in the Daily Mail. Twice. You have ruined my life you bitch.

Love and best wishes, your little Timmy
 
#17
I feel a short note to Mummy might be the way forward?

Dearest Mummy.

Had you shot me in the head when you first spotted me licking windows and laboons I would not now be suffering ridicule for believing something I read in the Daily Mail. Twice. You have ruined my life you bitch.

Love and best wishes, your little Timmy
It's ok for you sitting in your ivory tower amid your 7,000 acre estate,with your gorgeous wife, servants and domestic staff,your fleet of luxury vehicles - some of us have to find the cash to go to Lidl from somewhere.
 
#18
It's ok for you sitting in your ivory tower amid your 7,000 acre estate,with your gorgeous wife, servants and domestic staff,your fleet of luxury vehicles - some of us have to find the cash to go to Lidl from somewhere.

You bought the Daily Heil and then went to Lidl?

That, dear boy, is a flogging offence. Hand yourself in immediately.
 

TheresaMay

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DirtyBAT
#19
Whenever somebody brings up the Daily Mail, I immediately begin to picture a blue-rinse convention of moaning old biddies with their oversized picnic-esque hamper bags bursting full of cat food for 'Tiddles', spitting about the number of Jonny-Foreigners there are over here, Labour letting all the 'darkies' in, banging on about how you could leave the front of the house off in 'their day', and how these young mums need to get out and scrub the front doorstep like they did when they were being rationed and Herbert was away fighting the war.

Want to read the Daily Express instead? Simply delete: "immigrant", insert: "Diana" or "Kate".

Doesn't Richard Littlecock now write for them too? That just about sums it up for me.
 
#20
Whenever somebody brings up the Daily Mail, I immediately begin to picture a blue-rinse convention of moaning old biddies with their oversized picnic-esque hamper bags bursting full of cat food for 'Tiddles', spitting about the number of Jonny-Foreigners there are over here, Labour letting all the 'darkies' in, banging on about how you could leave the front of the house off in 'their day', and how these young mums need to get out and scrub the front doorstep like they did when they were being rationed and Herbert was away fighting the war

That is a very good description of this site,if you leave out the blue rinsers and replace them with ancient boozers....
 

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