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I was in, and everything. Maybe not in that actual house, but certainly near enough for the dog to hear the courier arrive, but by the time I got to the door, UPSGuy was gone. My clock read 13:04, although UPS tracking says the not-in scan was done at 12:57...
10th Jan 2008, 13:38  

kyoob says:

UPS person had already decided you were out before they got out of the van. :(

10th Jan 2008, 13:53

mat says:

naaah. would just be making more work for himself, that way. They still have to deliver it, eventually. It's just I want it NOW. :)

10th Jan 2008, 14:35

billion says:

hmm, reminds me of the argument I had a couple of days ago with a courier company:


luckily I got the delivery and - hurrah! - I have broadband again.

10th Jan 2008, 14:40

Mandy. says:

yeah, they don't hang out waiting. Ours knocks, drops package, and runs.

10th Jan 2008, 16:11

teflon says:

billion - you have hexdecimal flat numbers?

10th Jan 2008, 17:17

Dhamaka says:

I was in the actual flat when they did that to me today :(

10th Jan 2008, 19:19

bronxelf says:

Still, I am really *really* annoyed about what happened with Rich's package (I'm sure he's showed you by now)

11th Jan 2008, 10:07

JokerXL says:

All our stuff goes to neighbours, whoever's in at the time.
Some weeks we'll have to visit three or four different houses, picking stuff up, if the credit card's taken a particularly severe hammering that week.

11th Jan 2008, 15:20

billion says:

teflon - binary has yet to reach my part of the country ;)

the worst occasion was when a posty put a birthday package under my outside doormat and left no note to say it had been "delivered". there was a cd inside. I was stepping on the mat for two weeks before I discovered the package, by which point the cd case was cracked to fuck.

11th Jan 2008, 16:07

PrincessJun says:

Grrr - our postman has a habit of doing the very same, and if it's a second attempt delivery he doesn't even have to leave a card. Infuriating when waiting for an exciting new gadget to arrive or something. :(

21st Jan 2008, 10:19