Formal complaint regarding delivery time on food items
Dear masters of the lottery,
Not that long ago, I thought I was lucky by winning the lottery! I had an express message delivered to me and I hastened to the post office to get my prize.
I may not be that experienced yet, but imagine my surprise when I found a piece of very old cheese in the package - in stead of something shiny or a fresh pie or fireworks!
Being a hobbit, I do not worry too much about looking at the small prints on the packaging and old or not, I dived right into enjoying the cheese along with a pint of ale from the Bird & Baby Inn. BIG mistake...
I got ill. I got very ill! If a friendly minstrel hadn't been close to help with my disease, I surely would have perished. Is this what you would like happening to your lottery winners?
Personally, I think you should have a talk with the so-called Quick Post and make sure that the food is delivered before people get seriously ill from it.
Re: Formal complaint regarding delivery time on food items
Be careful of the funny smelling berry pies that Holly Hornblower is selling. It gets even worse. She is supplying these pies to resellers. Be wary, when you are given pie slices or thinking of buying a slice.
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