A must for all Paul Ross fans...

KhalJimbo

Distinguished Member
Brilliant, just brilliant. Spotted this thanks to hotukdeals.com. Try reading the reviews with only one star, the guy complaining his arrived upside down is a genius!

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PAUL ROSS - 20 Inch Canvas Print (51cm) by MirrorPrintStore: Amazon.co.uk: Kitchen & Home

HAHA what an idiot !!

But some of the 1 star reviews are just flippen brilliant!! I laughed at the one of the guy in the museum haha
 
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Revaan

Active Member
lol...

reminds me of the reviews of jordan/andre's duet album. Amazon pulled them unfortunately.
 

FruitBat

Well-known Member
Reviews aside, why would anyone want to hang somthing like this on their wall? I'm completely baffled. There seems to be a market for the most unlikely products.
 

ROBIN50N

Well-known Member
Reviews aside, why would anyone want to hang somthing like this on their wall? I'm completely baffled. There seems to be a market for the most unlikely products.

dart practice?
 

SixNineFourSixSeven

Well-known Member
One of the reviews
I recently purchased this poster, and while it's lifelike, well made and had a certain, portly charm to it, I have since found out that it's actually *cheaper* to hire Paul Ross to come over and stand against a wall, whenever you feel the need to look at him.
LOL
 

SixNineFourSixSeven

Well-known Member
and another !
As a long-term Paul Ross devotee, I bought one of these for the priome spot above the mantelpiece in our living room. It looked fantastic, and made for a wonderul conversation piece, people would comment on the incredible realism and how it seemd to be "almost alive", and the usual cliche about "the eyes really follow you round the room". But it WAS very lifelike, and sometimes when I entered the room and glanced at the picture it was as if Paul was up to something, as if he had just been moving about and jumped back into his stationary postion upon my entrance. I found myself darting into the room to try to catch him in the act, but I was never quite fast enough.

One night I returned home from work to find my wife sitting on the couch, seemingly staring into space. At first I thought she was watching TV but it was switched off. Her face was fixed in an expression of mild dismay, like someone who has reluctantly accepted a terrible fate. I waved my hand in front of her face, to no response. I pinched her gently on the arm. Nothing. Slightly harder. Not a flinch. I was shaking by this point, and about to dial for an ambulance, when I realised she was not staring into space at all. I followed the direction of her gaze, and to my horror I realise she was staring straight into the malevolent eyes of Paul Ross's image.

Quickly I leapt to the canvas, and clawed at it with my fingernails, tearing through it's surprisingly high quality lacquered finish in a blind panic, trying not to catch his eyes in fear that I too would fall under his evil spell. When eventually the picture was nothing but tattered shards, I turned around to see that my wife was woozily coming to, and her ordeal was coming to an end, his icy grip on her heart was loosened just in time.

Please, even though it is so appealing and such great value for a high quality item, resist temptation and do not buy this picture lest you to come to the same fate, and perhaps by the time someone comes to your aid it will be too late.
 

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