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Old 01-01-2013, 19:57
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Percentage of profits to charity. Outfits as worn by Jedward as Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee for Children in Need photoshoot. Happy Bidding! http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Authentic-...item19d7d44ba8
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Old 02-01-2013, 14:34
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Just 10% going to charity, not really worth bidding on if you're doing it to make a difference to charity. Better off just making a donation. I expect the seller only listed it for charity because they knew it would make more money that way, of which the owner claims 90%. Just selfish, really.
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Old 02-01-2013, 17:24
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"LeeVocals is the seller name sooo ^ is the seller himself i think?
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Old 03-01-2013, 15:26
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i just bid 100 , i want it to wear at halloween
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Old 03-01-2013, 19:08
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Just 10% going to charity, not really worth bidding on if you're doing it to make a difference to charity. Better off just making a donation. I expect the seller only listed it for charity because they knew it would make more money that way, of which the owner claims 90%. Just selfish, really.
What a bitter attitude. I regularly contribute to said charity and in fact donated 100% of the proceeds of the last item I sold on ebay, a signed Blondie T shirt which raised over 100 pounds. I don't have to donate anything at all, but choose to. The amount I donate is my business alone. Donations of any kind are welcome by charities small or large.
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Old 03-01-2013, 19:12
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i just bid 100 , i want it to wear at halloween
Sorry your bid was cancelled due to some confusion re accepting bids from ebayers with zero ratings.
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Old 03-01-2013, 19:22
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What a bitter attitude. I regularly contribute to said charity and in fact donated 100% of the proceeds of the last item I sold on ebay, a signed Blondie T shirt which raised over 100 pounds. I don't have to donate anything at all, but choose to. The amount I donate is my business alone. Donations of any kind are welcome by charities small or large.
Yeah but when you read For Children In Need you expect all the profits to go to children in need not just 10%. I mean that's what I believe the previous poster is getting at. If you're going to say For Children In Need when its not all going there at least say 10% Goes To Children In Need as the title.
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Old 03-01-2013, 19:28
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Yeah but when you read For Children In Need you expect all the profits to go to children in need not just 10%. I mean that's what I believe the previous poster is getting at. If you're going to say For Children In Need when its not all going there at least say 10% Goes To Children In Need as the title.
Nothing is going to Children In Need. Jedward wore the outfits for Children In Need. It states clearly in the listing that 10% of sale goes to St Christopher's Hospice.
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Old 04-01-2013, 14:46
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What a bitter attitude. I regularly contribute to said charity and in fact donated 100% of the proceeds of the last item I sold on ebay, a signed Blondie T shirt which raised over 100 pounds. I don't have to donate anything at all, but choose to. The amount I donate is my business alone. Donations of any kind are welcome by charities small or large.
Not a bitter attitude at all, I was merely stating it how it is. The charity is a big selling point of the item, will increase the final total of the bids by more than ten percent, you are therefore making money for yourself by using the charities name.
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Old 06-01-2013, 13:08
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Not a bitter attitude at all, I was merely stating it how it is. The charity is a big selling point of the item, will increase the final total of the bids by more than ten percent, you are therefore making money for yourself by using the charities name.
I think you'll find Jedwards's outfits are the major selling point
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Old 06-01-2013, 13:14
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Not a bitter attitude at all, I was merely stating it how it is. The charity is a big selling point of the item, will increase the final total of the bids by more than ten percent, you are therefore making money for yourself by using the charities name.
Hardy, because people could just donate to the charity! The items are what are being sold.
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Old 06-01-2013, 14:04
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The first two words in the title of this thread are truly the stuff of nightmares.

What a bitter attitude.
There's nowt "bitter" in telling it like it is.
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Old 06-01-2013, 14:45
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The first two words in the title of this thread are truly the stuff of nightmares.

There's nowt "bitter" in telling it like it is.
I'm sorry Really.....







But I think you're mistaking me for somebody who gives a shit what faceless randoms on the net think

I'm very proud of my charity endeavours. People are bidding for the outfits, the charity donation *I* (yes, me and nobody else) choose to make is entirely up to me.
The type of people who moan about a charity receiving money, any amount, are really pathetic. You and your sidekick have my pity.

How odd that I am not commended for my previous sell of a signed Blondie T Shirt 100% donation to the charity I could have kept the money myself, but chose to do a charity auction. You can't argue with that one can you, hence no comment on it!

And this thread has served its purpose, over 2000 page views of the auction, over 30 watchers! Kerching for me in less than 2hrs Jealousy is such a losers trait. Oh and Happy New Year *smooch*
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Old 06-01-2013, 16:03
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I think you're mistaking me for somebody who gives a shit what faceless randoms on the net think I'm very proud of my charity endeavours. People are bidding for the outfits, the charity donation *I* (yes, me and nobody else) choose to make is entirely up to me. The type of people who moan about a charity receiving money, any amount, are really pathetic. You and your sidekick have my pity.

How odd that I am not commended for my previous sell of a signed Blondie T Shirt 100% donation to the charity I could have kept the money myself, but chose to do a charity auction. You can't argue with that one can you, hence no comment on it!

And this thread has served its purpose, over 2000 page views of the auction, over 30 watchers! Kerching for me in less than 2hrs Jealousy is such a losers trait. Oh and Happy New Year *smooch*
Do we have all of your pity, or just 10%?

Whatever previous philanthropic actions you may lay claim to are completely negated by the matter at hand.

Perhaps if you have a spare flawed moral compass you could list that on eBay, too. Then my "sidekick" and I could bid for that, and have nothing to be "jealous" of any more.
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Old 06-01-2013, 17:44
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I'm sorry Really.....







But I think you're mistaking me for somebody who gives a shit what faceless randoms on the net think

I'm very proud of my charity endeavours. People are bidding for the outfits, the charity donation *I* (yes, me and nobody else) choose to make is entirely up to me.
The type of people who moan about a charity receiving money, any amount, are really pathetic. You and your sidekick have my pity.

How odd that I am not commended for my previous sell of a signed Blondie T Shirt 100% donation to the charity I could have kept the money myself, but chose to do a charity auction. You can't argue with that one can you, hence no comment on it!

And this thread has served its purpose, over 2000 page views of the auction, over 30 watchers! Kerching for me in less than 2hrs Jealousy is such a losers trait. Oh and Happy New Year *smooch*
oh the irony in the fact that those faceless people on the internet are buying your stuff where you're getting the money from and you don't seem to care
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Old 06-01-2013, 18:14
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At first glance I read the title as 'Jedwards children need outfits'
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