You're shipping chocolate to Schiit in Cali, where it's forecast to be 100F for the next week?
"We cannot repair this due to user damage (melted chocolate in enclosure)."
While I'm a fan of the idea of including little extras in packages (it's cute), have to agree that something less... melty would have been nice too.
Well, if the Snickers pack holds up they could just stick it in the freezer for a bit :))
At Sonarworks we once included chocolates for Christmas time orders. Only to have a bunch of shipments held at customs... One customer sent us an email saying that "...they've found chocolate in my measurement mic, wtf guys!"
I await the news story about the peanut-allergic person who unpacked and cleaned the melted mess up. The fatal anaphylaxis was all part of your evil plan, I assume, you monster?
@MrTeaRex freezer works wonders on melted snickers, I taped it down so it wont flop around and become a ball of melted shit
This reminds me of when you get a big order from Sweetwater, they throw in a bunch of candy.
Re Kattefjaes: the note reads, “If a free Yggdrasil doesn’t arrive shortly, there will be more candy.”
Btw, what does the note say?
"You're not you when you're hungry.
To who(m)ever is fixing my broken -shit- Schiit"
@rtaylor76 yeah sweetwater is legit, also PC watercooling distributor Performance-PC's has rebranded gummy bears that have made to throw in with orders more than $50.
always a nice touch
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