We get it, Tesco – you own a thesaurus
It’s very helpful when supermarkets label their greetings cards sections so you can find the type you’re looking for straight away. It saves having to wade through the “Congratulations, you’ve got a new house” cards that are now obsolete, as well as the 4000 cards for 7-year-old that suggest boys like superheroes and girls like glittery unicorns, when actually, both of them really like the money you’re putting in the envelope and don’t care about the picture.
Over on Twitter, retail expert Steve Dresser shared a sign from Tesco, who might just have gone over the top.
Pretty sure you've covered that Tesco. pic.twitter.com/MVecKjoaBx
— Steve Dresser (@dresserman) November 27, 2019
If ever a shop wanted to prove it owns a thesaurus …
We really liked these five funny responses.
— Chris Boyd 🇬🇧🇵🇭 (@paperghost) November 29, 2019
And anytime you feel the pain
Hey Jude, refrain
Don't carry the world upon your shoulders
For well you know that it's a fool
Who plays it cool
By making his world a little colder. https://t.co/FOhNEgVczT
— Legs (@L3GSV) November 28, 2019
The correct conjugation should be Nanno, Nannas, Nannat, Nannatis, Nannant
— James Walmsley (@walmsl1) 28 November 2019
Here comes the hotstepper…
— Jo Swinson (@joswinson) 30 November 2019
— Peter Etherington (@PD_Etherington) 27 November 2019
Inevitably, this happened.
— Patrick McGlone (@paddybhoy1983) 27 November 2019
Grandma’s going to be piiiissed!