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Saturday, 24 November 2012

TV Licensing Stocking Filler

Browsing Amazon earlier today we came across this gem.

The TV detector van mug, which was created using the "finest dye sublimation techniques" and has a "stunning dishwasher safe finish", would make the ideal novelty gift for the legally licence free.

The mug features an image from TV Licensing's press release archive, which purportedly shows one of their employees sat in the back of a detector van. Sadly it is unable to boil a kettle in 20 seconds from the far side of a party wall, but it can hold a fair amount of tea or coffee.

Who would have thought it? Contrary to our earlier findings TV detector vans really do have a useful purpose!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If they did a TVL branded piss pot I'd buy one.