Who could know that buying the wrong toilet paper could have such disastrous consequences? When Brian Legget’s wife accidentally picked up a pack of Charmin Basic, little did she realise that it would cost her her life.
Ian MacLeod wrote this latest funny complaint letter after his new mouthwash kept removing nasty gunk from his mouth, time after time after time… “Well, could YOU go to bed knowing your mouth was a biological chemical plant to rival any that Hans Blix never found in Iraq? I certainly couldn’t….”
A small gift for all Dear Customer Relations’ friends. A downloadable Instant Restaurant Complaint Letter. So, if get served a lousy meal or experience terrible service, you’re sorted!
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“And then there’s the Christmas turkey. Why in God’s name do hundreds of millions of people eat this pug-ugly and completely tasteless bird on the same day each year? Why, for instance, don’t we eat penguins? There are millions and millions of them. David Attenborough said so”.
There is nothing worse than being sat next to a morbidly obese person in an economy airline seat. Except perhaps being sat in an economy airline seat beside a morbidly obese person with serious personal hygiene issues!
Panic at Manchester City Football Club after a sultana is discovered lurking in City’s legendary Chicken Balti Pie. Urgent action is required before the entire football season is ruined.
Yet another complaint to an Australian telecoms giant. This time, it’s Kogan Technologies that are in the firing line in a letter featuring ice cream theft and an invitation to the movies…
My day job has meant that I’ve had to visit Glasgow rather a lot over the last year and because the eight hour round-trip drive and the ten hour round-trip train journey are both so mind-numbingly dull, I often resorted to taking the plane. Unfortunately, that meant flying with FlyBe…
The second Virgin Media complaint as promised. Kate Edmunds wanted to stay loyal to Virgin Media when she moved house recently. That was a mistake.