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Photo Mug of from Flpa

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  • Paul Ross

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  • ASIN: B003QZ8WX8
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 4 Feb. 2012
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (27 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 410,772 in Kitchen & Home (See Top 100 in Kitchen & Home)
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This mug is created using the finest dye sublimation techniques and creates a stunning dishwasher safe finish. Great as a gift, or for promotional items. Each of our mugs come individually boxed for protection in transit.

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By chookydoo on 8 Jun. 2012
I must admit though to making an addition to my mug. Before you come at me with your pitch forks and burning torches screaming at the blasphemy, the simple addition of two plectrums glued to the top of the rim transform the mug into a gravy boat! When I presented my Mum with it on Christmas morning, she immediately took all her other gravy boats straight to the dump!
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46 of 49 people found the following review helpful By Manuel Cards on 12 Jun. 2012
Nobody likes tea more than I do (except maybe for Kofi Annan). And what better way is there for me to enjoy this fine beverage than by grabbing a fistful of tea leaves, plunging my hand into a bath of piping hot water and thrusting my scalding, peeling fingers into my mouth? None, you say.

But you're wrong. Wrong like a paper bong.

Why?

Because something just changed the game: The Paul Ross mug.

I used to think mugs were a disgrace: circular-based icons of a false god: a porcelain short-cut that could never bring the tea-drinker to the necessary euphoric climax. But that was before a great friend returned from the wilderness, bearing unto me the greatest vessel built since Noah fashioned his ark.

Caress the white handle. Behold the mighty visage of the man who once uttered unto mankind that the film called 'Spiderman' was indeed 'web-tastic'. Worship the one who once reviewed a motorway service station for the television show 'This Morning' and found the food and parking facilities to be excellent. Marvel at how his face is on both sides of the mug. Certainly it is the cup of the king of kings.

My advice is that you acquire it with the utmost urgency, before the mug passes out of knowledge for a thousand years.

(Side effects of usage include violently uncontrollable telekinesis, hardening and scaling of the skin, and the ability to change the colour of wallpaper.)
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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J. Maynard on 17 Feb. 2012
For too long I have been made to drink from cups and mugs that are plain for flowery or have pictures of motorbikes and Kermit the Frog. But no more as I now drink from the mug of Paul Ross. Some might say that Jonathan would be the mug of choice but lets face it his mug is everywhere and not nearly as handsome.
Tea tastes better, coffee richer, but if you put Scotch in his mug the results are unforgettable.
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35 of 38 people found the following review helpful By Hector Gussett on 19 May 2012
This little mug succeeds where the Paul Ross canvass print failed. The latter had no water retention capability whatsoever and it ended up seeping fluids all over the place while old Paulie morphed into a greeny-purply splodge. The people at Paul Ross Memorabilia Inc. deserve a big pat on the back for tuning in to the fanbase and giving them the mug they craved. I can't wait to see what comes next - please please please people at Paul Ross Memorabilia Inc., make it a scatter cushion?
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21 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Mr. Walnut on 8 Feb. 2012
Oh yes he is!
Can it be true? I already have my Paul Ross Canvas above my kitchen table. Now I can actually drink from his cup. I'm going to buy a dozen of these so my (imaginary) friends and I can sit around the table and raise a toast to Paul as he looks down at us with that playful smile/grimace. I'm only giving this 4 stars instead of 5 because I haven't got time to give another star, I've got too much drinking to do from my Paul Ross mug!
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18 of 20 people found the following review helpful By J. Potter on 29 Jun. 2012
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In the wise words of Katy Perry; "Do you ever feel like a plastic bag?"

Well, let me tell you something, Ms. Perry. Nobody has ever spoken a phrase that could sum up my whirlwind of emotions better than you. But Katy was never my real hero. Heroes are hard to come by, and she was just filling a gap in my life; one that had been empty ever since Challenge TV replaced Paul Ross and his low budget game shows, with Keith Chegwin (the cretin).

I waited patiently for the arrival of my mug, a memoir to days gone by. On August 13th, 2011, at 11 minutes past 9, the post-man arrived. He was tall and cheery, a giant to a mere 3 foot dwarf such as me. He hunched over, tipped his hat to me and whispered, "I can always tell when I'm delivering one o' these Paul Ross mugs. The quality shines through this opaque brown package. He's a beautiful man, son. One day he'll change this world." He peered down at me, with a tiny smile, and that was the moment that I realised.. This was no mere Royal Mail delivery servant... This was none other than Paul Ross himself! My eyes filled up with jewels of liquid ecstasy as he explained; "I've come to personally deliver the mug." The barren void of my childhood was now full again, like a concrete pillar, plowing into a tight tunnel shaft. I was so overjoyed, I tore the package open and put a brew on for the pair of us. "Yorkshire alright for you?" I asked. "That'll do nicely," replied Paul Ross.

Paul told me stories of when he used to head down to a sandwich shop in Kent, every other Monday (after signing on), and the irony is that they sometimes ran out of bread! A sandwich shop without BREAD?! Ho ho ho... Such a wonderfully witty man, oh how I chuckled at his satirical wisdom. He was a delight to have 'round.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robogirl on 5 Jun. 2012
I want to share with you the delight I felt when I received this as a present recently at my friends wedding. Oh those cheeky two! They couldn't keep this beauty hidden from me for long! I guessed it was my Rossy mug from the size of the box shape hiding beneath the beautiful wrapping paper. I could not contain the glee I felt as I, slowly at first, teared the paper back, but then more urgently, ripped it off to reveal Paul's once chisled features, and those come-to-bed eyes. How they burn right into my soul. Oh, a sight I long to see in real! (Unbeknown to them, I left the wedding party promptly, desperate to drink from Paul for the first time).

So thoughtful was the gift. My friends have seen me eyeing up the box canvas print of Paul before on many occasions. I've long been a fan of his, with jewels such as Jeopardy, and No Win No Fee (Oh how I cried the times Paul wasn't paid - How did he survive for the week?!) sealing my fate. I must admit, it's bitter-sweet as I was slightly disappointed they hadn't bought the canvas for me instead. Not meaning to sound ungrateful, but £2000 isn't much to pay for a CANVAS of Paul. Being such a huge fan of his, my heart did slightly drop.

My computer wallpaper of Paul is OK, but the resolution isn't as good, and work always covers his handsome face up. The mug has opened up a new world for me. I can now enjoy The Cup Of Paul daily at work. He can sit proudly on my desk, staring at me with that smouldering look. I can imagine that the heat from my hot beverage rising is actually the sexual heat emanating from Paul himself. So pleased I am, I proudly paraded him around the office for everyone to momentarily enjoy. I must now also change what I drink, my thinking is that Twinings should now be the drink of choice. Only the best can fill my Rossy mug.

Now all I'm waiting for is my Rita Crudgington mug, then I'll be complete...
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