This was the wording I saw on display at the checkout:
Customers spending over £15.00 will receive a voucher for three minutes of FREE air.
Vouchers valid only on day of purchase.
What the *uck? I am sorry to let that slip out - but I have never seen anything so ridiculous in all my life (except this blog of course). I mean, I appreciate the FREE air (no doubt factored into the £15.00) but I can only have it on the day of purchase? Is there a rush on air or what? Is it in short supply? Is Cameron going to start taxing it or what? I am gutted, absolutely gutted, I cannot pick up my FREE air tomorrow. I am going to complain to Morrisons about this - I spent £100 in the store and another £50 in the petrol station and I can only pick up my FREE air today? What sort of customer service is that?
|"It doesn't matter that our car has broken down - if we keep pushing we can make it to Morrisons for our FREE air by midnight."|
"I love you,Josh. I'm so glad you spotted that FREE air at Morrisons - now we can be together all day!"
In fact Morrisons have not just got it coming to them from me with the FREE air issue as I am also going to complain to them that their FREE air nearly got me killed. Unfortunately, after I saw that sign I couldn't stop laughing and I laughed all the way home - it is a miracle I didn't kill myself or someone else with my erratic driving. So I'm lodging a complaint with them for making me a danger to myself and to everyone else.
|Ahhhh ... look how happy this young couple are knowing they have got some FREE air. It will making saving up for their first child soooo much easier.|
Well now it's time for me to go back to doing something constructive. I'm going to pump up my tyres on my driveway with my own FREE air and I shall, very generously, give my voucher for FREE air to my neighbour with the one leg.
|"Quick - come over to Morrisons the air is FREE all day. I'm getting two bursts!"|