So the other day I was using this Seal-It Brand packing tape:
It is really bad. It is too thin and tears and you end up wasting half the roll. Anyway, you may notice there is an email address on the roll. I got so frustrated that I sent an email to the Seal-It company. Here is the email:
"I am very unhappy with the quality of the Seal It brand packing tape. It does not unroll easily and it tears as I am using it, thus causing me to waste much of the tape as I have to peel it back around to compensate for the tear. I have been cursing your product since I bought it. I got so frustrated with your tape that I couldn't even finish the roll. I went out and bought a roll of Scotch to finish my packing needs. Their product comes off the roll easily and does not tear. If I had known how terrible your product was, I would have bought Scotch in the first place. Therefore, I believe you owe me a roll of Scotch brand packing tape. Please mail this to me. My address is below."
As soon as I sent it, I thought it was really a dumb thing to do and why am I wasting my time worrying about tape? Then I forgot about the whole thing, because I wasn't really that mad about the tape.
Then a few days later I got an email reply from the company, which I was too embarrassed to read because it was pretty dumb to get so upset about tape.
Then a few days later this free tape arrived at my doorstep: