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has scored 223 submissions, giving an average score of 2.63, helping 6 designs get printed.
Did you get those very inconsiderate loud and noisey hailstones this morning? I worked late last night and was rudely woken up by hailstones the size of a small dogs head.
A very inconsiderate tornado, what the hell are they doing in london anyways?
posted 7 years ago in do i know anyone???
I've been taxed on a few occasions (in the UK, minimum charge is £8something).
But I've gotten wise to it. Even though I tick the 'gift' box I still order under the customs tax band. Therefore avoiding the customs.
If you want to make large orders, pay really cheap postage and get away with not paying extra on tax, you'll have to be really lucky, sorry fella.
As tax is concerned, I think it depends where you are in the world, and how nice your post office is (alternatively, how much the people working there do not care about their jobs). As Maija says $60 is the limit for things marked as gifts, sometimes this includes postage, sometimes not. If the package is ticked as 'other', sometimes it will be treated as a gift ($60) sometimes not.
In summery: Postage lottery.
I just mentioned about getting the invoice sent with the order for anyone else reading this blog that actually wants to make an order with threadless and get it sent straight to a friend/relative. Just give you guys a heads up. Maybe its just me this happens to, but you never know.
posted 7 years ago in QUESTION: RE: Threadless Policy
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I think she meant that
posted 7 years ago in AHa!
Maybe its just me, but I've ordered several packages which I asked to be sent as gifts. They all arrived with the "other" box ticked and a full invoice inside stating the price of each shirt.
I think you should apprehend the package first, remove the offending invoices, and then resend the package and hope it wont arrive after xmas.
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This is a much more fun way of using LEDs
posted 7 years ago in turn on the magic of shining lite!