This exchange of letters is genuine. It dates from 2005 when computer executive Paul Clarkin received a letter from the local police about an alleged incident of unsafe driving.
This week, I made the grave mistake of updating the software on my iPhone. Just like last time, the Bluetooth in my car could no longer see the phone. That made me rather cross…
This letter was submitted by Jen Bridges, author of the highly original ‘OfHerbsAndAltars’ Blog. This is one of Jen’s ‘less unusual’ letters and it received a great reply from Nestlé
DCR’s good friend and contributor Father Bill Haymaker has sent in a letter we can all relate to. Bill spent the best part of half an hour waiting for someone at Westin Gourmet to answer his telephone call.
A few weeks ago, I was making one my regular train trips to London when I suddenly realised that I was enjoying the journey. How odd!
Thanks to Dennis Snape for sending DCR his letter to CrossCountry Trains. It appears that Dennis was not entirely satisfied with every aspect of his recent rail journey from Manchester.
I do my best to eat a healthy balanced diet. Most of the time. Occasionally, I don’t so much fall off the wagon as swallow dive off it.
Every so often, we feature funny replies rather than complaints. Recently, a couple of examples on the subject of gold have been circulating on the web.
It seems that Father Bill Haymaker’s carton of Glorious New York Chicken Noodle Soup not only failed to deliver oodles of noodles but also failed to constitute any real threat to the UK chicken population.
This letter was sent to me by novelist, Phil Williams. It is addressed to Sainsburys and it concerns a rather disgusting episode involving a bottle of chocolate milk.