Petrol by post

Discussion in 'The NAAFI Bar' started by poet, Nov 16, 2005.

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  1. Stop paying huge petrol prices. These guys deliver by post. By far the cheapest petrol youll find in Britain.

    Check them out:

    http://www.petroldirect.com

    Unleaded Petrol (95 RON)
    @60p/litre
    Super Unleaded Petrol (100 RON)
    @65p/litre
    Leaded Petrol
    @70p/litre
    Super Leaded Petrol
    @75p/litre
    NOx Enchaned Petrol
    @£5/litre
    Ultra Low Cost Value Unleaded (50 RON)
    @20p/litre
    White Diesel
    @55p/litre
    Red Diesel
    @30p/litre
    Orange Diesel
    @60p/litre
    Blue Diesel
    @60p/litre
    Yellow Diesel
    @60p/litre
    Purple Diesel
    @60p/litre
    Petrel™ (biofuel)
    @40p/litre
    Vin Diesel™ (biofuel)
    @30p/750ml
    Perfuel™ (biofuel)
    @£300/15ml
     
  2. How do they keep it from leaking out of the envelope???????
     
  3. This is off of the website --- Ordering from us is safe and easy! Just enter the desired quantity of the fuel you need, and we'll package it up and send it to you in the post, first class, delivered straight through your letterbox. No hassle. No worries.


    Blimey I wouldn't like 100 litres of unleaded put thro my letter box ! would you ???
     
  4. How do they lick the envelopes without getting a mouthfull of petrol?
     
  5. 2 litre plastic bottles I been told :wink:
     
  6. that has to be a windup...
     
  7. For those who fell for it, read on and you find

    "Just in case you are an American, or possibly drive a car made by Suzuki, we will spell the purpose of Petrol Direct out to you in simple terms. This is a spoof. A parody. We do not sell petrol or any other fuels, and certainly not plutonium or antimatter. Sorry. This site is strictly for laughs only."

    Is this a WAAAHH?
     
  8. while knowing that the website is a wind up

    actually it may not be such a bad idea after all, mobile tankers with a pump attached to it filling up cars , low overheads, only need 2 staff to man it.
    they could clean up .
    is there any rules against this ? because it could be a money spinner.