Yesterday lunchtime. Lunchtime yesterday. This picture was tweeted by @Samara_B. An unwelcome addition to her meal. A bone found in an M&S fresh Indian Chicken and Vegetable Soup. I think it winked at her too…
I believe ‘FML’ and ‘WTAF’ were created for moments like this.
What would you do? Take it back and be happy with a £2 voucher for another soup? After all, this isn’t just any bone. This is an M&S bone. Origin unknown but I reckon it looks human but I’m no expert with you human Earth creatures.
I think that up there *Points up there* in my meal might put me off soup and perhaps food for a number of days. Imagine that thing in your mouth? Oh the trauma.
No. Lets not.
So what would you do? Complain? Chuck it in the bin and never think of it again? Call CSI and get some answers? Write a letter to head office and complain? Ask for an inquiry into how and why and, while you’re at it, something a bit more substantial than a £2 voucher.
Perhaps now we’re all used to eating surprise horsemeat we’re all a bit ‘oh whatever’ about food. Blase perhaps? Dunno. Would you complain or do you think that would be, if you’ll forgive the pun, making a meal of it?
If I get something crap. A meal that’s not up to scratch or some piece of something not supposed to be there in my meal then I will send the meal back. I’ll do it if it’s below a certain level of acceptability. This is not because I’m fussy but it’s because it’s my right.
What do you do? Are you a complainer and a sender backer? I realise I could’ve put that better but I’m sticking with ‘sender backer’ as it works. And have you had anything totally minging in your meal? A nail? A pube? A piece of human bone?
Please share with the group and, after that picture above, please don’t have nightmares.