Posted by sean on April 30, 2010 at 11:05 pm in Shopping, TBA with No Comments


The ‘Twat of the Day Award’ goes to the bloke who works in my local grocery store.

I bought two packets of Monster Munch crisps for what I believed to be on offer for ‘2 for £1’. Why did I think this? Because there was a sign in front of the shelf on which the Monster Munch were placed, advertising the fact.

Upon paying for my snack, I learnt the crisps were not included in the deal and were in fact 68p each. Following my protests, the inexperienced checkout assistant called for her supervisor – a lanky, spotty teenager (you know your life is shit when that is who you answer to).

The blotchy adolescent said, in the most patronising voice ever and as if I was totally stupid, “They are not 2 for £1. Only crisps which say 2 for £1 on them are 2 for £1.”. Condescending prick.

If he had fulfilled his life’s ambition of stacking shelves properly, maybe he wouldn’t have put the crisps I bought in front of an advertisement which was not applicable to them.

Rant over.

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