Hey Sainsbury’s, how’s life?
We haven’t spoken for a while, which for most people other than my mum, is probably a good thing. Definitely for you, as it means I have something to moan about and then you have to spend time refunding me the half a cucumber or whatever it is that I am moaning about. Though the Metropolitan line is taking the brunt of my moaning capacity at the moment.
My lack of contact means that I’m either too busy or I’m happy, and until this delivery I was both.
Only one issue, the tomatoes – very nice but expensive tomatoes, had a huge patch of mould on them when I opened them.
They were dated 8th November, but when I opened them on 6th November I noted the mould.
I will leave it with you, and may I take this opportunity to wish you not only a Merry Christmas, but also a Happy Easter, in the hope that I won’t have need to write to you before then – I barely have time to text my grandma let alone complain to you.
All the best
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Thank you for getting in touch and letting us know about this. I apologise that the tomatoes were delivered with mould on them, I have reported this to the store so they have been made aware they were delivered like this. I have refunded the tomatoes back on to the account.
I think our loving relationship is over. I didn’t even get a “Dear James” from them.