Thursday, April 24, 2008

Good times have run aground


Hellfire!

Demon Box was supposed to be delivered yesterday morning to The Parents, but for some long and convoluted reason, it was changed to this morning.

However, The Parents weren't in this morning, so I'm hoping that a neighbour (if they haven't all died of old age) has accepted the delivery. If it's even been delivered, that is.

I'm on the verge of turning this into a psychological drama of epic proportions. Luckily, I've managed to thwart the impending outburst by smothering it in chocolate cake! I don't know how long my cake supplies will last though...

10 comments:

  1. I hate delivery drama, especially if it's something I've been really looking forward to getting in the mail. It's hard for apartment-dwellers, because if a mail envelope is too big, it goes back to the post office and we have to go pick it up. Such trouble. I hope you get your demon box soon today!

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  2. Please be sure that you are not eating chocolate cake when you get the demon box. Crumbs and icing don't mix well with demon boxes. Of course mine is choked with cat fur. That isn't a good mix either.

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  3. More cake!

    You need to call in a masterbaker.

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  4. i HATE delivery drama. It's all so confusing and anxiety-ridden. But I can't wait for your new demon box.

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  5. "I'm on the verge of turning this into a psychological drama of epic proportions"

    I thought it already was?

    Oh, sorry. I thought you said psychotic.

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  6. When you do a photo blog about this whole episode, I would like in the black and white film noir style, thanks.

    He he. Masterbaker.

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  7. Delivery dramas are the worst

    My furniture arrived on schedule yesterday and they are delivering the rest today between 12pm and 3pm.

    Don't Dell have a tracking service thingamabob on their website or Royal Mail, UPS, TNT or whoever they use?

    That is how I usually track my stuff.

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  8. If you'd ordered one of those new fangled air Macs then the postie probably could have slid it under the door.

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  9. Anonymous26/4/08 00:01

    maybe if you didn't smother your computers in cake you wouldn't have this problem?

    does red velvet cake thwart outbursts at all?

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  10. oops, that was me...sorry...finger slipped

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