Friday, March 11, 2011

I saw a sign that said "We ship anything, anywhere, anytime", so I asked them to send a unicorn to Mars in 1832. They hung up on me! Should I call the BBB, or man up and set them on fire myself?

I saw a sign that said "We ship anything, anywhere, anytime", so I asked them to send a unicorn to Mars in 1832. They hung up on me! Should I call the BBB, or man up and set them on fire myself?

Answer here

6 comments:

tiff said...

first flaw- unicorns aren't things, they're people.

Susan said...

You are still blogging. I started a new blog. You won't like it, but I'm going to link you. How's life?

PBS said...

Report them for false advertising.

Gib said...

That was stupid on their account. Ask me to ship a unicorn to Mars in 1832, I'll say "Already done. Don't believe me? Go check."

Geez. What are we teaching kids these days in school?

Grant said...

tiff - unicorns aren't people, they're lunch meat.

Susan - life is still letting me exist for now.

PBS - I can't find the ad for the false advertising people.

Gib - I would have gone one further and mentioned the late fees for the shipment that took place in 1832.

Muskrat said...

I'd call the BBB. Liars.