When you stop and think about it, there's really very little in the average day that makes it stand out as memorable.
Here's an example: what was the highlight of your day three days ago? Unless the timing works out perfectly and you just got hitched, chances are it's not that easy to remember.
But that's the way it has to be. By definition if everything was epic, nothing would be epic.
Except for us. We're special. Because we bet you remember everything you've ever bought from us and if you don't, please feel free to refresh your memory with today's latest deals.
The Smurfs is a Belgian comic franchise centred on a fictional colony of small, blue, human-like creatures who live in mushroom-shaped houses in the forest. The Smurfs were first created and introduced as a series of comic characters by the Belgian comics artist Peyo (the pen name of Pierre Culliford) in 1958, wherein they were known as Les Schtroumpfs. There are more than 100 Smurf characters, and their names are based on adjectives that emphasise their characteristics, such as "Jokey Smurf", who likes to play practical jokes on his fellow Smurfs. "Smurfette" was the first female Smurf to be introduced in the series. The Smurfs wear Phrygian caps, which came to represent freedom during the modern era. The word “Smurf” is the original Dutch translation of the French "schtroumpf", which, according to Peyo, is a word he invented during a meal with fellow cartoonist André Franquin when he could not remember the word salt.
1. Die Smurfies: Spieresmurf die Ridder: Spiere Smurf wens hy is ’n ridder van die Ronde Tafel. Nou is sy kans!
2. Die Smurfies: Ruimtesmurf en die Gnoefe: Saans hang Ruimtesmurf halflyf by sy venster uit en kyk dromerig na die sterre. Hy wil eendag op ’n ruimtereis gaan en vreemde planete besoek. Daar ontmoet hy toe eendag die Gnoefe…
3. Die Smurfies: Die Honderdste Smurfie: Dit is die jaar 654 in die Tydperk van die Smurf. Daar word gese dat ’n nare wind en ’n maansverduistering die teken sal wees van ’n honderd jaar se ongeluk. Om dit te keer, moet die Dans van Honderd Smurfies gedoen word.
4. Die Smurfies: Smurfie-inkleurboek: Kom maak ’n draai in Smurfie-Dorp. Hier wag jou klein, blou maatjies net vir jou om hulle avonture prettig in te kleur.
5. Die Smurfies: Wegkruipertjie - Waar is Spiere Smurf? Het die Vyf Vrolike Muise die moed en durf om die Groot Prys te wen?
6. The Smurfs: Die Smurfie-Woordeboek/The Smurf Wordbook: 'n Tweetalige woordeboek in volle kleur. Die direkte assosiasie tussen voorwerp en woord help om woordherkenning en betekenis makliker oor te dra. Addisionele soek-en-vind-aktiwiteite help om lesers in taalleer te betrek. ’n Noodsaaklike bron vir vroee kinderontwikkeling en aanvangslees.
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The short version? It's because we don't hold stock. Our partners deliver exactly what we need, after a deal has run. That way we keep our costs down, prices low and everybody (including you) happy.
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Never have to wait at home all day for your parcel or miss a delivery again: Pargo delivers your parcels to a store near you.
Having partnered with hundreds of stores in South Africa, there's (almost) always a Pick-up Point near you: often with opening hours of up to 15 hours per day - some (like fuel stations) are even open 24/7!
Why not give it a try today?
Well, because we also have to pay for delivery. And that money needs to come from somewhere.
Shipping costs money and we don't want to go bankrupt.
We have debated the merits of offering free shipping at length but the reality is that – without some magic source of free cash – the only place that money can come from is from our customers.
That leaves us with two options: hide it in the price of the product, or show it. We decided to be transparent and show it. This lets us cut our prices to the bare minimum and show you the best possible savings.
If we had incorporated the shipping cost into the price of an item, you’d pay double whenever you order more than one item but, in reality, the cost of shipping doesn’t necessarily go up.
By the way: the actual shipping charge you pay is a best-effort approximation of what shipping is going to cost us. As a result, ordering a 3kg item to Sandton or Cape Town may work out cheaper than a 75g iPhone cover to Springbok. Don’t blame us; blame the vast expanse that is our beautiful South Africa.
We'd love to offer free shipping. But we can't, because that means turning our company into a loss-making enterprise.
We rarely hold stock. Our partners deliver exactly what we need, after a deal has run. That way we keep our costs down, prices low and everybody (including you) happy.
We're not like other online shops with a fixed catalogue and tons of stock. Instead, most of our products never come back to our website again. That’s how we want it, as it keeps us fresh and unpredictable (win #1).
So, after you (and lots of others) have placed your orders, we go to our suppliers and place a massive, single order. Our suppliers love this, as it keeps things simple and moving along smoothly. Happy suppliers equal low prices (win #2).
Since we don’t hold stock, we can work with a cheaper, medium-sized warehouse, instead of a mega-warehouse (win #3) and we’re saving lots on not needing any processes involved in handling and returning unsold stock, allowing us to offer better deals (win #4).
The practice of not holding stock is one of the core principles behind OneDayOnly’s success. That, and our sparkling personalities of course.