Posted by sean on July 4, 2014 at 5:23 pm in Fun At Home with No Comments


… and sometimes not at all! I’ve been off work all week and was happily sat downstairs watching TV. Late morning, the postman chucked a load of letters, adverts and shit through the letterbox. Nothing unusual there. Later, I go and check what ‘goodies’ have been delivered. In among the piles of junk mail, telling me to post my gold off in an envelope in exchange for cash (do people seriously do that?), was a “Sorry we missed you” card.

Apparently my postman tried to deliver a parcel to me. Did he bollocks. No bell was rang and no door was knocked. In the past, the postman has almost kicked the door in when knocking, so I don’t think I would have missed him. The parcel was with a lady across the road. I guess we have ordered quite a few items from Amazon recently and have been out most of the time, so he assumed nobody was in again. Well, Postman Pat was very wrong, and if it happens again, that cat Jess is going to be turned into a rather fetching black and white rug for my front room carpet.

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