Here's a top tip for those of you thinking of sending battery-operated sex toys via the Royal Mail: take out the power source before popping the package in the post, or you might enjoy a more explosive climax than anticipated. This piece of advice comes via the BBC, which reports that Post Office staff in Hasland, Chesterfield …
The best bang since the big one. Badoom-tsh!
everyone knows all bombs make suspicious noises....er...did they drug test the post office staff ? :)
so did they...
... take note of the address before blowing it up? will they be sending a new vibrator and chocolate buttons along with an apology? or will they just say it got lost in the mail?
Re: So did they...
...or did they. more likely, make a note of the sender's address so that they could charge them with wasting police time, attempted terrorism, disturbing the peace and any other jumped-up charges they could think of?
Never mind that ....
Forget about charges of wasting police time or whatever, what the hell are they going to write on the Post Office compensation claim form? :-)
This is as bad as the Aqua Teen Hunger Force scare. What kind of bomb takes the form of a blinking illuminated picture of an alien giving the finger? What bomb maker would alert potential victims by making a vibrating package? My only conclusion can be that many people are very dumb.
Remember when it used to be...
...batteries NOT included. Maybe there was a reason for that.
If they weren't on drugs ...
>> everyone knows all bombs make suspicious noises....er...did they drug test the post office staff ? :)
... I can only imagine it must have been addressed to the DVLA to make them so suspicious - probably someone trying to bribe the girls (or boys) in Swansea.
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