Ongoing irk but years ago I bought Scrooged on Amazon, not a dvd but the prime video. One year i checked and it was no longer on my account so assumed it was some rights BS that it couldn’t be shown in the UK as it didnt seem to exist to buy again but even so…i bought it! That shouldn’t matter!
Saw Scrooged is available on prime this year but my purchase hasnt been restored. Bought it so long ago now i cba pursuing but its my fave film. And i reeeeeally want to watch it but absolutely refuse to give them my money again.
Especially those ones that have to be peeled away that you get on joints of meat and they completely fall to pieces when the joint has been defrosted and you can’t read them at all and you just have to guess at the timings and you end up overcooking the meat and having a dry roast dinner and you get the blame even though it was Tesco’s fault but the afternoon is a disappointment and the bad mood carries on into the evening and all you can think about is did they even test these adhesive labels at all because the packaging definitely said suitable for home freezing with the little snowflake symbol but anyway I suppose that’s late stage capitalism for you they just want to make a quick buck and don’t really care about the consumer because what else are you going to do? Buy a joint from a proper butchers. You’re dreaming mate. No chance.
Don’t download a pdf onto my phone when I want to see the menu, just have it on your website ffs. I don’t even care if there’s a good reason at your end to do it that way, you should be the one inconvenienced, not me.
Update: package found at our “other” house (the one a few streets over we just bought but haven’t moved into yet). Neither of us have any recollection of putting this address in the order, so clearly Yodel are spying on us.