All disapproval, all the time.
Disapproved of by
"To return human for a full refund, enclose unused portion with this form..."That would be the brain, then....Actually, Mr. William mught just as well return the whole hoomin anyway.He just needs to disassemble the hoomin back into the flatpack form in which it was supplied...."Come here, hoomin! ...."
Remove tab A from slot B .....
Or just let the air out of the human--should fit in the box with room to spare. Good luck with a replacement, Mr. William.
OMgods Fleetie, I actually LOLed! Too funny!It is so annoying when one is shipped a defective hoomin. It's murder to take it apart and get it to fit exactly into the styrofoam packing in which it arrived. The quality control standards at the hoomin factory have never been lower! And there's no guarantee that the replacement hoomin will be any better! Keep an eye on the warranty expiration date, Mr. William. You don't want to get stuck with a faulty hoomin and have to pay for a new one.
Me, too, Fleetie and J2B! I know better than to read this while eating lunch at my computer! This one is a really good one! Perfect for the caption! And, from my experience with my bunny who looks like Mr. William ... those bunns could very well have it in them to dismantle a hoomin!!!
Indeed, I think that Mr. William will be writing to the suppliers, Amalgamated Hoomin with some suggestions:1) Mr. William would be prepared to lay out slightly more money for a higher-end version fitted with a superior Cranial Processing Unit (CPU). Too often, he has had to make allowances for excessive stoopidity in the current model.2) Again, a higher model could justify a slightly greater price by being cosmetically and aesthetically more pleasing. Mr. William suggests adding a thin layer of fur, removing the excess head hair that serves no purpose, and re-positioning the ears to the top of the head, and increasing their size, so that the units might better hear their orders, again so that they did not keep getting things wrong.Mr. William would also be willing to offer his services as a design consultant for a modest fee, so that Hoomin might be created in something more closely approaching his own image.
I am SLAIN by Fleetie's humour! Luckily I am at home now and I'm not risking my job by laughing so hard. WAY too funny!!
Just want to point out that no offence is intended to Mr William's actual hoomin.Just having a laugh at the expense of hoomins in general!
If I was Mr.William's hoomin, I would not take offense. Anything to get those 4foots to tone down the disapproval - especially first thing in the morning.
"Please indicate reason(s) for your human return. Check all that apply:__ Human arrived dented/damaged__ Poor quality/workmanship__ Does not function as advertised__ Missing parts (brain, fur, tail, etc)__ Difficult to store__ Too costly to maintain/not a good value__ Overall aesthetics lacking/does not fit with decor__ Underpowered/not up to current technical standards__ Environmentally inefficient__ All of the above__ Other (please describe in detail)"
"__ Missing parts (brain, fur, tail, etc)"Actually LMAO-d at that. brilliant!"__ Underpowered/not up to current technical standards"Ha-ha-ha!!!
... if the deals sounds too good to be true it probably is ;-)
love a cute bunny in a box!
Everyone did an incredible job on comments today, but you have to admit that ITtheNth was the icing on the cake!
Furbeast: TOO FUNNY! Seriously though, I'm afraid the buns might have to staple a second page onto the complaint form in order to fully list all our deficiencies.
I read this blog every day for the comments. Being nowhere as witty as hoomins like Fleetie and Furbeast (clearly, one of my major hoomin defects), I can't contribute to the humor, but boy can I appreciate it! You guys are really bringing it -- my thanks for a wonderful daily laugh! And you really brought it this time, all of you!
I enjoy you talented hoomins (don't let buns read that!) very much! You make me laugh every day! Thank you! And, thank you DR for the work to put this together and come up with this "therapy" for me!
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