"I asked for a chicken sandwich."
"In-laws booked us a cabin. What we thought we were getting vs What we actually got"
"Hummus was filled with mold, even though it was refrigerated with an unbroken seal, and bought 1 month before the expiration date."
"I expected something a bit more macabre."
"Brach’s has been naughty this year."
"What I ordered vs What was delivered"
"The witch hat I ordered online vs The one I received"
"The cake my soon-to-be sister-in-law ordered for our stock the bar party. What she asked for vs What we got"
"I may have underestimated the size of my cat."
"I wasn’t expecting much, but I wasn’t expecting this."
"I missed my exit for Spooky Town and I’m now in Horror-ville."
"Big box to make it seem like there’s more."
"MIL made our toddler a cake for her birthday."
"Labyrinth... Just a worm."
"The Hulk has seen better days."
’’That’s “melted” Nutella on the top.’’
"Maybe it magically transforms after 5 minutes in the oven."
’I thought I was getting beef jerky.’’
In defense of wherever they got it from, that is technically a chicken sandwich. There's chicken and it's between two slices of bread...
Savage I like that. What I want to know is where does this happen, what companies? No point in getting mad if you can't do anything to avoid it. I'd demand a refund in most cases. Those flowers were simply pathetic.