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.
Hayden Edwards’ very funny letter asks for forgiveness from the Vegetarian Society after swallowing a baby owl whole!
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.
This email exchange with Walkers Crisps was submitted by Mark Jorgensen. It seems that Mark didn’t think his bag of Crinkles was quite as full as it should have been.
This letter was actually written by a grumpy septuagenarian who spends most of his time on cruise ships these days and who obviously believes that McDonalds should be catering to the more mature end of the market. He also happens to be my father!
I recently had a holiday in the Greek Islands – and very nice it was too. Usually after a holiday, I would be complaining to airlines or hotels but this time, I had a very unusual experience involving a faulty cigarette lighter….. and my testicles!
This rather silly letter to Innocent Smoothies was written by my favourite Dutchman, Thomas de Graaff, who is as mad as a sack of rabid cats.
Alistair Coleman, author of the award-winning Scary Duck blog, whose letter ‘The Wreck’ also features on DCR’s ‘Best Ever Complaint Letters’ page, has been at it again. This week, Alistair sent DCR his latest and very funny complaint letter to South West Trains.
Michael Scott Thomson is immensly proud of his curly locks and was seriously miffed when his favorite Pantene shampoo for curly tops disappeared from the supermarket shelves – so he decided to appeal to the manufacturer