One man, one camera, no idea Thursday, Oct 22, 2020

Malaysia to UK USB only

*Note: Image is temporary while the design is being refined. These will be shipped out as soon I can*

This is the Malaysia to UK film on a custom made USB stick 3D printed by Ed in biodegradable plastic, in the shape of Ninety.

While it may look like a toy, it could become a choking hazard, so don’t give it to children.
It also doesn’t have a flared base common on most butt-plugs, so don’t use it for that either.

I personally think it’s a shame to buy the USB on its own and not get the 16 page colour booklet I wrote and Dirtpunk excellently designed which you get with the DVD and USB combo but there’s been enough requests for just the USB version that I’ve decided to list it (photo of booklet included in listing for reference).

Join Ed in his first, and award winning, feature film. (yeah it’s actually won 4 film festivals, it’s actually not crap). This features a lot of the footage from the YouTube series, except it wasn’t edited by Ed on a 10 inch notebook in a damp hotel room on the road.

In 2011 Ed March posted his particularly small motorcycle to the other side of the world with the aim of riding it home. There was no plan, no script, no backup crew and no-one to tell him what a stupid idea was.

Over the next 8 months, Ed and his trusty motorbike Ninety travelled through 17 countries, including Malaysia, Thailand, India and Iran. In Vietnam he got very drunk with a little old lady and in Bangkok there were wedding bells.

Where will he sleep tonight? What happens when you bribe a Cambodian army weapons store with £200? Can you get to Everest Base Camp in a pair of trainers? These are all questions that Ed March didn’t even know needed answering.

Join Ed as he shows you what the world is really like when you have a big smile, a small bike and an even smaller budget.

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Malaysia to UK DVD and USB

Join Ed in his first, and award winning, feature film. (yeah it’s actually won 4 film festivals, it’s actually not crap). This features a lot of the footage from the YouTube series, except it wasn’t edited by Ed on a 10 inch notebook in a damp hotel room on the road.

In 2011 Ed March posted his particularly small motorcycle to the other side of the world with the aim of riding it home. There was no plan, no script, no backup crew and no-one to tell him what a stupid idea was.

Over the next 8 months, Ed and his trusty motorbike Ninety travelled through 17 countries, including Malaysia, Thailand, India and Iran. In Vietnam he got very drunk with a little old lady and in Bangkok there were wedding bells.

Where will he sleep tonight? What happens when you bribe a Cambodian army weapons store with £200? Can you get to Everest Base Camp in a pair of trainers? These are all questions that Ed March didn’t even know needed answering.

Join Ed as he shows you what the world is really like when you have a big smile, a small bike and an even smaller budget.

DVD case is actually matching white and the artwork is like in the temporary photo taken by me. I’ll do a photoshoot soon.

Oh and the USB stick is currently under development and will feature a shopping basket and improved design.

This is all very professional.

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Ed March insanity C90 t-shirt

100% cotton pre-shrunk, pre-washed t-shirt that keeps its shape and takes me many years to kill (one lasted the whole 3 year trip of Alaska to Argentina).

Manufacturer’s washing instructions:
Machine wash warm. Inside out, with like colours. Only non-chlorine bleach. Tumble dry medium. Do not iron if decorated. Do not dry clean.

Ed’s washing instructions:
Throw in washing machine with everything else at 40 degrees. Colour doesn’t seem to bleed, and I don’t own any white clothes anyway because engine oil. And who irons things?

Size guide (chest size):
S 34/36″
M 38/40″ (I’m usually a medium and this fits me perfectly)
L 42/44″
XL 46/48″
2XL 50/52″
3XL 54/56″ *Special order see below*
4XL 58/60″ *Special order see below*
5XL 62/64″ *Special order see below*

All items on this shop are personally dispatched by me, and possibly even taken to the post office on Ninety, so some delays are possible.

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