The Anonymous Widower

Tesco Decide To Give Customers A Laugh

Unfortunately, this story about Tesco bombarding customers with adverts, won’t apply to me, as I don’t drive, but to have a laugh, I’d willingly buy someone some petrol to see what inappropriate adverts I got. After all, you’ve got shaving products, Downton Abbey boxed sets, holidays outside of the EU, gluten-rich fast food joints like Burger King and Subway, cars and car insurance for a start.

Some could be a lot worse than just inappropriate.  Imagine showing a Jew or a Muslim, an advert for some of the finest pork sausages, a woman, who has trouble conceiving, an advert for children’s’ toys. I would laugh loudly, if I got shown an advert for a romantic all-in holiday for two, but others wouldn’t find it so funny!

In fact, this is one of those ideas that could create a whole lot of work for some smart lawyers, who know every niche of the law.

It may catch on, but not in the way Tesco feel it should!

November 4, 2013 - Posted by | News | , ,

2 Comments »

  1. I was at a craft show a few years ago with a friend who had recently lost her mum. One of the stands was from Bury Craft Club, and they had a lucky dip. Pam and I had a go, and when we opened our parcel we each had the makings of a cloth carrier bag. Which some unthinking person had called the Bury Bag. Pam was very very upset, the ladies on the stand hadn’t a clue why it upset her!

    Comment by Liz P | November 6, 2013 | Reply

    • We should think what we do and say. Death in some ways is the last taboo. I don’t think the death of my wife and son, affected me as much as it would many, as their deaths were very much a release from pain, and C especially, prepared me for life without her. Several widows I’ve met, where their partner died suddenly seem to suffer a lot more.

      They should have called it a Green Bag from Bury!

      Comment by AnonW | November 6, 2013 | Reply


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