6 posts • joined 9 Aug 2010
Its all about the up sell
Whats in the parcel sir?
- A tshirt
Whats the value sir?
Well sir this return doesnt cover you for financial loss, I can send this back super duper post that will insure you to the value of £500 and be guaranteed next day, its only £8.
- err, no thats fine thanks the freepost will be fine.
Sir! that means should the parcel be lost you will have no insurance?!
-Thats fine, its a £5 tshirt ill survive
But sir this does not cover you for loss nor next day delivery]
-JUST SEND THE F*CKING PACKAGE FREEPOST!!
Social media amongst our youths appears to be more important than game scoring.
I coach an under 15's football team and during a recent game the usual swinging of hand bags event took place after a poorly timed tackle. I nearly subbed our own player who in a supposed put down to his nemesis actually shouted at him "Shutit, I have 2000 followers on Instagram!"
What have we done to kids of today when they cant have a proper fight and insult each others mothers?!
I cant wait to see the price of a Monster HDMI 2.0 cable
Thats gonna water a few eyes for the unfortunate consumer who will be sucked in by their marketing hype.
Im far from a nintendo fanboi
but your over zealous judgement appears to be founded on nothing. The one picture in the reported story shows the menu from Zelda which would appear to let you pick an item from your inventory. Something you would have had to press pause for previously to enter the menu.
So not quite getting in the way of your furious button bashing...
"Wage rises kicking in"
Where?! Certainly I am not seeing this rise neither are any of my colleagues in sales land.
Todd Bradley must be in with a shout...
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