Did you see MyBroadband’s awesome, well-received Valentine’s Day deals article earlier this week?
Rather unfortunately, there were a few criticisms, like “the person who picked these gifts has obviously never had a significant other”.
As the life of a Staff Writer is a life of loneliness and dedication, he’s not allowed any romantic interactions as they will dull his sharp wit and distract his focussed mind.
It’s kind of like being a monk, except he can’t do any sweet kung fu and he’s have never had a moment of enlightenment.
Besides, who wouldn’t want a large-screen LED TV or a PS4 for Valentine’s Day?
Samsung 48-inch Smart LED TV from House & Home – R7,969
Microsoft Wireless Mobile Mouse 1000 from Loot – R119
Galaxy Note 5 from Bidorbuy – R9,799
Lenovo 10,400mAh Power Bank from Bidorbuy – R360
Raidmax Hybrid Series Modular Power Supply from Loot – R929
Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro from Bidorbuy – R15,000
Apple MacBook Pro MF840 from Bidorbuy – R25,499
Hisense 55-inch Smart UHD LED TV from Makro – R10,999
Asus 15.6-inch X-Series Core i3 Notebook from Makro – R5,499
Sansui 39-inch LED TV from HiFi Corp – R3,299.90
WD 1TB portable drive from CNA – R899.90
LG 49-inch UHD LED TV from House & Home – R9,899
Asus Intel Celeron Notebook from House & Home – R3,699
HP Intel Core i3 laptop from Dion Wired – R6,000
This article originally appeared on MyBroadband and is republished with permission.
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