I'll admit that I thought it. We were dealing for the ninetieth time with the department store where we purchased our ant-infested dishwasher. They were refusing to give us a new non-ant-infested dishwasher and said unfortunately they couldn't do anything for us because there were no parts to fix. It was on the tip of my tongue as the man told us that the warranty didn't cover things such as the dishwasher becoming infested with ants while at the warehouse: I am so going to blog this and name your big store and ask everyone to spread word across social media that your popular department store sells nasty dishwashers.
Ooooh, I so wanted the Internet to rise up against them.
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