One, being delivered by the Post Office, claims it was attempted delivery yesterday morning. Which is BS, because 1) the post office doesn't deliver on Sunday, and 2) I was here yesterday morning and there was no attempt. There wasn't even a slip left behind saying they attempted.
The other, which was classroom supplies, was to be delivered to my school, which is being returned by UPS because they "can't find the address," aka the GIANT HIGH SCHOOL.
You suck, UPS and USPS. --- "To truly live, one must first be born." ~ Evan [aX] Paper Mario Social: The Safe Haven of GameFAQs. (Board 2000083)
People at work have their packages delivered to work, which is perfectly allowed, but sometimes they end up being delivered to the mailroom (and I pick up the mail every day), leading them to ask me if their personal packages have been delivered yet. It's sort of a pain. --- http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v129/ukealii50/kylo.jpg - Thanks uke! http://img193.imageshack.us/img193/829/07kyloforce.png - Thanks Diyosa!
I got the same thing going on because I'm on the first floor near a package drop-off area, while everybody else is on the third floor. There's also a mail drop-off on the third floor. So I have to hear from people "you have a box" and I have to tell people, too. Annoying.
USPS was supposed to redeliver yesterday and they did not. This could be because of the snow, though. --- "To truly live, one must first be born." ~ Evan [aX] Paper Mario Social: The Safe Haven of GameFAQs. (Board 2000083)
We often get packages at work, but then a grad student decided to abuse the privilege and had all her baby shower / wedding / actual baby imminence presents sent. And we're talking like a mattress.
There was no policy change and we all still get packages, but now everyone acts mad at her. It's like come on. --- Willis, it seems like every other time you post, I need to look up a word that's in the OED or Urban Dictionary but not both. -Mimir