I just participated in a focus group (which I’m a total wh*re for) for IT Managers. It was sex for my brain. It made me wet-wet “down there”.
It seemed like a crazy bargain, the big sized Kraft Salad Dressings for .99cents yesterday. I was in line to grab me a few. But it smelled funny when I opened it and put it on my salad last night. Today, I looked to see what the date was on it, because I was about to use it again and it really did smell weird- “May 19 2010”. Zoom in on this picture, it’s unbelievable.
I called the store to warn them, and the manager didn’t seen too interested telling me “It’s fine”. I insisted she look to see if there were more that were expired and she said “We got a shipment yesterday and we offer you these big bottles for 99cents, I don’t know why you complain.” I told her someone could get sick, especially an elderly person or an immune deficient person. Finally she says “I’ll take a look and if they are expired I’ll remove them.”
Should she have needed persuading to do the right thing??
FYI, 2 weeks ago one of their stand-alone freezers had warm, thawed “frozen food” that they put on sale for 2 for .99cents (instead of 1) to get rid of them. Thankfully, I watched as people grabbed a few, but then after a few seconds of looking perplexed, then realizing they were warm, put them back. A customer insisted they close off that freezer full of food that was probably spoiled. They taped it up.
Also, I should note, the other bottle of Salad Dressing I got yesterday expires June, 2012.
I want my .99cents back. That’s enough for a bl*wjob in my part of town.
He won’t stop rubbing up against me. What? You thought I was talking about my “P*ssy”? God you guys, minds out of gutters! 🙂