Never in all my life have I ever come across such sensitive Sally’s and Sam’s. The English complaining because there is a Saltire, (Scotland’s national flag) splashed across produce from…well Scotland. The Telegraph, jumping on this story, which emerged online, said:
“English customers complained that similar produces grown in England did not carry the St George’s Cross.”
Are you kidding me? All this because England was feeling out of things. Jeez-oh; I must put up with that great big Union Jack because of these sensitive snowflakes? Tesco, what were you thinking? Did you honestly think this would go down well in Scotland? You have opened a can of worms. What are you going to do now that your customers in Scotland are all complaining? Me included. Your customers in England are not the same as those of us in Scotland. When we are being sensitive snowflakes we tend to go overboard. We will vote with our feet, we will take our custom elsewhere. In fact, I had a lovely basket full of produce and not a Union Jack in sight. Oh, and just in case you think I am anti English, I most certainly am not. I am just averse to a great big Union Jack because I know what it stands for and I do not like it.