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    http://www.dopechef.tv/productview.php?l=&i=222

    I'm kinda tempted. Do you think its worth it? Any suggestions?
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    I wouldn't pay anything over £10 for a t shirt. Looks cool but definitely not worth it.
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    I DOUBT it VERY much.
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    T-shirts like that cost Rs.50 in India, that is 50p in British currency.
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    Never.
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    no
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    if you like it, buy it

    (btw ITT poor students)
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    No, it's awful.
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    Yeah its cute! If you want it just get it, theres no point always longing for something that you know you can have.

    Buy it and go out feeling foxy
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    Guarantee, I could get that for £5 in my country.
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    (Original post by Superman_Jr)
    I wouldn't pay anything over £10 for a t shirt. Looks cool but definitely not worth it.
    lol

    (Original post by Dekota-XS)
    T-shirts like that cost Rs.50 in India, that is 50p in British currency.
    What an inane post




    OP, I'd pay that much and more for tshirts, just not that one, doesn't look that great, its the cut of it, I doubt it would look very good on, Diesel do good tshirts to wear with jeans, check their website
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    If you are willing to pay £35 for it, then it is worth £35. Depends how much you like it. I wouldn't pay more than £50 for a t-shirt however.

    Looking at the pictures though, it looks like it's quite high quality.

    The real question is... are you a dope chef?
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    £35 for that??

    No wonder the guy in the pic looks sad :rolleyes:
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    No, I would never pay £35 for a shirt that only costs £30

    OP, if you really like it and can afford it, why not? People pay a lot more for t-shirts every day, most of the time just because it has a big name on it.
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    Nope. Buy a £2 t-shirt and get one of those market stall places to print the design on for you.
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    (Original post by Ambs)
    No, I would never pay £35 for a shirt that costs £30.
    a fiver for postage and packaging:rolleyes:
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    It's all relative. I would because I prioritize clothing so as I spend lots on it. If you're not a big spender then don't. I like it quite a lot actually :L
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    no sir............................. ....no i would not.
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    no
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    I thought "no" even before looking at the shirt.
 
 
 
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