Social media has led to some pretty funny conversations between customers and brands – very public conversations that we all get the chance to enjoy.
One of the latest examples of this involves bad food service and a conversation between a customer in the UK and Tesco supermarket over a packet of pre-chopped carrots.
Aaron was a little upset with his carrot batons from the supermarket and took to Twitter to air his concerns. He didn’t even tag the company but their sharp–eyed – perhaps they’d eaten their carrots – social media operators noticed the tweet.
They asked Aaron to explain why he had a problem with his vegetables and his answer is where it got fun. Aaron laid out all of the carrots on a page with a description of what was wrong with each individual piece.
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