And those stupid ..... that sound the horn as they pass a live TV report.People who toot their horn whilst waving goodbye - or to indicate that they are there to pick someone up. In the first instance, they can presumably see you. In the second, stop being a lazy ________
Indeed not, glad I don't use Sainsbury'sSainsbury's. Ordered food to collect for our anniversary do on Saturday. Let us know at half five on the Friday that some things were unavailable, meaning a separate trip in the morning. You then have to chase up the refund - it isn't generated automatically as everywhere else seems to, and despite in store customer services saying that is what would happen. Rang and the recorded message said they were too busy to answer. Replied to the order email and the auto reply sent me to a set of FAQs at their website with none being any use. Then 15 mins on hold being told how important my call is. I then had to tell them what they hadn't delivered. Not how things should work!
Indeed. Someone rang back today to leave a message about processing the refund (jeez - even lowly Tesco do all of this automatically) - but when I rang back, the oaf I spoke to told me I needed to contact the store itself. Obviously they then told me it wasn't them so they pass it on to the relevant section. Who will apparently call back.Because they were
'expeiencing a higher than usual call volume' 🤨
Definitely in my top 3. I'm fascinated as to why this appears to be a modern day issue. I fear it's a combination of laziness, unawareness and, most concerning, arrogant selfishness ('I know where I'm going and I don't care who I inconvenience along the way'). You can tell a lot about a person by the way that they conduct themselves on the road.Idiots at roundabouts, who have no idea how they are supposed to indicate, or just don't bother. I'm amazed there are not more accidents on roundabouts.
I'm now on permanent holiday... retired, so can take advantage of decent weather whenever it arrives I guess living in East Anglia has it's plus points too compared the those living further north or in Wales.Having had two sodden weeks of 'summer holiday', I'm ambivalent!