UK Serial boycotters who enjoy riding the Internet hate bandwagon may have ran out of stores to shop in, a survey has revealed.
This week has seen Morrisons supermarket to be the latest high-street store to encounter a mass boycott after revealing the horrific news that they force their staff to wear a uniform. If that wasn’t bad enough, staff members are also prohibited from covering their uniforms with badges and lapels, leading to many online spectators comparing Morrisons to Hitler’s Nazi Germany.
However for many UK shoppers, Morrisons was the last shop in which they could purchase food as they have over the years boycotted all other UK supermarkets.
Peter Pestercide from Ipswich told us he has to travel the Euro tunnel every Thursday afternoon as soon as Jeremy Kyle finishes to get his groceries from France.
“Well obviously Morrisons is now out because a uniform policy is far too right-wing for my taste. Tesco sold horses, they’re out. I don’t like the way Lidl is spelt, I think it’s misleading to customers. And let’s face it, Sainsburys was out the window when they started stocking the latest Olly Murs album. Fucking terrible it was. As for the rest of ‘em, I know I’ve boycotted them for various reasons, I just don’t remember what they were now.”
Peter is just the latest in a growing number of UK shoppers who have to further their horizons to be able to purchase everyday household items. Lindsay Lothersome from Lincoln told us that Facebook was to blame for the trend.
“I just love Internet bandwagons on Facebook. If I see more than 3 people boycott a company I just can’t help myself. My fingers just start typing mindless bollocks on a company Facebook page and before I know it I’m on Google Maps looking for the next closest store to buy milk. It’s about 32 miles away now. I need help.”
In the meantime Morrisons executives are reportedly thinking about dropping an ‘r’ from their name and adding another ‘s’ in an attempt to lure back unsuspecting customers.
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