There is nothing I like better than receiving post that is not telling me I have to pay someone money. So imagine my joy when I checked the post today and saw an envelope from the home town of Gary Lineker! It can only be one thing – the reply from Walkers in response to my complaint!
I moved desks at work recently. No big deal. Until I opened my new chest of drawers! It was a cornucopia of delights, including (but not limited to):
- A bright blue feather duster.
- A used Subway card.
- A stapler AND staple remover (jackpot).
- A man’s jacket.
My day could not get any better. Except it did! I rooted around some more and came across some Sun Ripened Sweet Chilli flavour Walker’s Sun Bites crisps. I don’t think I am exaggerating when I say this was the best day of my life. I proceeded to show every single person in the office the contents of my newly found chest of drawers, and it became quite the attraction.
About 2 weeks ago I ordered a capo for my guitar from a shady-looking seller on the Amazon marketplace. Knowing what a capo is doesn’t really affect your understanding of this article, but if you are desperate to learn, you can check out the wikipedia article for an explanation. What is important to know is that I paid less than £2 for one from China and then proceeded to forget I had ordered it.
Your average Englishman may appear to have a high tolerance for irritation, but under that calm exterior and stiff upper-lip, rages an anger at the simplest of details. You are trained from a young age to not let anything get in the way of politeness, even in the face of extreme rudeness, despite how great it would make you feel. Read on for 10 things which have the capacity to ruin the day of an Englishman. You have been warned.
After a long day at work, I got home to find a white envelope with my name on it. Contrary to my first thought, it wasn’t a bill, but my reply for Quaker Oats regarding my recent complaint.
Sadly this page has been lost to the sands of time, but you can still find the original letter inside!