In Search of My Father 2017 Writing Project

In Search of My Father 2017 Writing Project
In Search of My Father, 2017 writing project supported by The National Lottery through the Arts Council of Northern Ireland

Friday, 31 March 2017

MORRISONS. SORRY FOR SHOUTING!

MORRISONS, PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE STOP IT WITH THE SCREECHING DIVA 'MUSIC' BLARING OUT OF THE CEILING. IT IS EXCRUCIATING TORTURE AT TIMES AND TOTALLY UNNECESSARY TO THE SHOPPING EXPERIENCE, UNLESS YOU LIKE TO IRRITATE CUSTOMERS, OF COURSE. YOU HAVE GREAT OFFERS BUT I CAN'T WAIT TO GET THE HELL OUT OF THE SHOP - NO BROWSING FROM ME.

THIS SO-CALLED 'MUSIC' MUST BE SELECTED BY SOMEONE WHO IS EITHER HARD OF HEARING OR WEARING EAR PLUGS. THIS SOMEONE IS OBVIOUSLY A HUGE FAN OF LUNG-BUSTING SINGERS, MOSTLY FEMALE, WHO RELISH THE CHALLENGE IN ANY SONG TO ATTEMPT THE HIGHEST NOTE POSSIBLE. THESE SHRILLERS AND SHRIEKERS MUST RATTLE AND WEAKEN THE SHOP'S FOUNDATIONS, FOR THEY CERTAINLY RATTLE MINE. I HAVE MENTIONED THIS EARDRUM DRUBBING DIN BEFORE ON FEEDBACK FORMS AND IN THE SHOP AND RESPONSES HAVE BEEN PRETTY MUCH: "SORRY ABOUT THAT. WE'LL SORT IT OUT." WHAT HAPPENS? NOTHING, NADA, ZILCH! 

SO NOW I DO TOP-UP SHOPPING IN THIS SUPERMARKET/DISCO INSTEAD OF FULL SHOPS.

BUT, REGARDLESS OF THE GREAT OFFERS AND CHOICE, EVEN THE TOP-UP SHOPPING MAY BE ABANDONED.

SHAME.


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