In London, the world of Facebook complaints is sometimes an odd but wonderful place. Known for their cheeky sense of humor, many Brits enjoy a good laugh at things that would, quite honestly, drive many Americans bonkers. Wes Metcalfe’s recent post to British grocer, Tesco’s wall, represents a perfect example of their culture’s unique sense of humor. It started with a dead worm in a cucumber, and somehow their interaction ended with Tesco adopting a famous Oasis song in tribute to the diseased worm for its funeral. Just check out this hilarious exchange and see how customer complaints don’t always have to be negative.
It all started one Saturday with this post:
The grocer’s response was sympathetic
That’s when things got a bit wacky.
Metcalfe even gave a funeral update.
Tesco then took things a step further by incorporating an Oasis song for the occasion.
Metcalfe replied with his own song tribute to the worm.
After the music, it was time for a bit of final reflection.
Metcalf then shares his thoughts concerning the last 48 hours.
Tesco offers some reassuring words of comfort to their grieving customer.
Metcalf concludes one last good-humored joke.
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