Dear Person On Duty Behind The 'We Are Here To Help' Desk,
May I suggest that in order to perpetuate the myth that you actually ARE 'Here To help' you replace your customer greeting of "Go on then, what's up?" with a more courteous "Good morning/afternoon, how may I help you?"
(A visual aid has been included with this missive to assist you in implementing such an arduous manoeuvre).
Also, as innovative as it may be that you have utilised your body odour as a means of repelling customers who bear complaints, I personally find the anaesthetising properties of your pungent pits to be overly productive. Perhaps a visit to the 'personal hygiene' section of your store could prove advantageous both for yourself and anyone within a five-mile radius.
Dear Person Who Parks Car On Pavement Blocking All Pedestrian Access Causing Havoc For Disabled People And Those Pushing Prams,
You park in disabled bays too, don't you? Well, being a selfish prick isn't a disability! Think of people other than yourself!
Dear Person Who Lets Their Dog Off The Lead In Park Despite Plethora Of Signs Stating It Is PROHIBITED!,
No doubt it will come as a great shock to discover that your precious bundle of bouncy-wouncy furriness has the potential to rip a baby's face off based on the principle that anything with a f******g mouth can bite!!
Yes, I know that your fluffy-diddums wouldn't hurt a fly but flies are not at risk here, are they?
I grasp that it's hard for you to absorb the notion that your four-legged chum could be more 'feral' than 'friendly' but that's just how it is.
And yes, I've read the heartwarming stories where a poor pooch left bereft by its owners' demise has kept a loyal, lengthy and solitary vigil splayed across their grave...very touching...
...but I've also read the heart-stopping stories where a poor pooch, suddenly and inexplicably bereft of its senses has unceremoniously leapt upon its owner, shredding them to pieces as one would pulled pork whilst casting a blood-crazed eye over the hamster for potential dessert!
Dear Person Who Wears Crocs,
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