Back last year when the pandemic was starting to take root in people’s consciousness, there was a run on toilet paper. People were buying up even odder things in large quantities. I placed an order on toilet paper. I still have enough for another year. But that is besides the point. One of my toilet paper orders was stolen by someone. Presumably a neighbor as I live in a high-rise and packages are scanned in and stored.
Anyway, I didn’t fret. I reported the loss to Amazon and eventually I received a replacement. Whoever took my toilet paper may have needed ot more urgently than me. Such is life.
Fast forward to this week.
My son wanted a particular meal from a restaurant that delivers. We specifically use GrubHub. So, the order is placed and it seems to be running late. Then, it notes that it was delivered. It was not. At least not to us. Apparently, the driver delivered to the house across the street to our neighbor’s house. And, apparently they accepted the delivery. And, apparently they ate it.
No shame. I want to leave them a note as to whether stolen food is tastier but what would be the point. Shameless people probably further relish tne tastiness of the food. I just hope they never need an egg ftom us