The following is a joke, please don’t take it to seriously!
@Team If you have a little more time to waste, I condescendingly ask the following of you.
When determining the exact approximate hour to the nearest 20 minute interval, could you please ask if the final Chinese courier will smoke one or 2 cigarettes on his way to delivering my package. I will pay him 80RMB to forgo the second smoke.
Also I need to know if this is WST time or EST and it’s difference to GMT. If possible the time in China. But I can work it out from any other time. (However, I prefer you waste your precious time rather than mine.- As you can see I am busy responding to occasional silly and idiotic posts on the forum)
As you well know, I have waited patiently thus far, and now the last 48 hours of delivery time are going to be quite critical to me, and now depending on my mood, I will probably need to know down to the last possible moment of time. But as I said, that will entirely depend on my mood at that time. You will just have to wait and see how I feel at the time.
OMG I just realised, if it’s raining on the day of delivery, then my parcel could be delayed by a traffic hold up or accident and add another several minutes or hours to the delivery estimate.
As you can see I am happy for you to provide a best estimated time, and from that you can see I’m not so arrogant and stupid as to hold you to to a promise of a guaranteed quoted time.
Because if you make the mistake of guaranteeing or promising me a time and it’s wrong, there will be hell to pay with my expletive ridden tirade in response on this forum.
I hope I have made myself clear here, because I only care about the delivery time of “MY” V, and I don’t give a damn about the delivery time of anybody else.
Please make sure there is NO cat hair in my package as I am allergic to cats.
I love them but my allergy precludes me from having or being near them.
I hope this post is not considered by our beloved Finnish members as “vittuilu”, because it certainly is not such a thing.
It is in fact what we in Australia, New Zealand, UK, USA and most English speaking countries, consider to be an exercise in the “Tongue firmly wedged in ones left cheek”.