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Eepers.  My first item has officially been ticked off of my bucket list.  This had to be fairly straightforward. Write a few words on a piece of paper, pop it in an envelope, and send it to a random address. ...
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Hands up. Who hasn't wanted to get their handwriting analysed?! It's only one of the coolest things, ever. The way you dot your i's determining whether you can use a knife and fork? Rad. Seeing examples online of various letters with the explanations behind...
Hands up. Who hasn't wanted to get their handwriting analysed?! It's only one of the coolest things, ever. The way you dot your i's determining whether you can use a knife and fork? Rad. Seeing examples online of various l...
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We had a table reserved at this pretentious eatery as a pre-cursor to a night out as part of a girly weekend away.  We saw that the menu was a little pricier than what we wanted to pay, but thought that it would be money well spent for an assumed exceptional dining experience.  We were escorted to our table and presented with the menus.  It quickly became apparent that to be gainfully employed by this restaurant, you must be somewhat amazonian in stature and teetering on the edge of malnutrition. My appetite had suddenly ducked for cover. It's no wonder only the male staff served the food, and the Gisele Bundchens cleared it away. Within 15 minutes of our arrival, management rapidly approached surrounding tables with death stares so vicious, they'd make Katie Hopkins squirm, in order to expose their wrath upon the patrons because table party members were missing; they would have to order without them. I can appreciate that there will be later reservations and the tables will need to be available, but I should not have been made so vividly aware of management's displeasure of the unfolding events. The art of discretion obviously eludes the glossy haired, cow-skin, skirt wearing staff.  What was to be a relaxed and sociable dinner, was rapidly becoming an uncomfortable and anxiety inducing situation.  Staff hovered like those annoying flies that you can never quite squat, ready to swoop in like dogs on heat to clear our table so quickly that my knife and fork didn't even have the luxury of clanging on the plate first. From the moment we arrived, short of pulling the chairs out from under us, it was abundantly clear that they were eager for us to leave so that they could have the table ready for the next party.  Because of this, we were made to eat our food so quickly that there wasn't any time to enjoy it. As a result of the literal force fed gluttony, we were left feeling quite ill with what felt like the imminent birth of a food baby.  When the 'restaurant' started to reach maximum capacity, the red mist descended & the Victoria's Secret Angels started angrily muttering to one another from across the room. I'm not surprised, they've been hungry since 1998!!!!  As such, their self imposed hunger strike only served to encourage memory loss, and we were left waiting for over 20 minutes before they provided the itemisation of their overpriced fries, espresso sized cocktails, and flippant additional 10% service charge. Putin would have more success taking control of the Ukraine than that being paid, along with the manager's offer of a loyalty card being taken up.  Alas, we rolled our way out of the restaurant, and trudged our way back to the hotel. Our wild, havoc wrecking night on the tiles was over before it began, all because we'd spent a little over an hour consuming food faster than the speed of a Formula One car.
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Public - 6 months ago
reviewed 6 months ago
Do not use this business. The staff are rude, utterly unprofessional, and lacked common decency for the vast number of mistakes they made in our experience of dealing with them. They took 8 weeks to service our machine, when we were told told it would be 3, and they didn't apologise for the delay, or for not getting in contact to explain that it would be late. They overcharged us. Then they lost the accompanying power lead and peddle, and refused to accept responsibility, saying it's our fault because we'd collected the machine a month ago. Apparently, by going out of their way to offer a replacement free of charge, even though they say they didn't lose the original, is an 'act of kindness'. They have no comprehension of what customer service.
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Public - 8 months ago
reviewed 8 months ago
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