Man snaps up Morrisons delivery slot in December 2021

A MAN has booked a Morrisons home delivery which should arrive late next year.

Tom Logan could not believe his incredible good luck as he managed to claim the next available delivery slot after queuing on the Morrisons site for just three hours.

He said: “Some idiot must’ve cancelled by mistake. No way should I be getting a delivery this side of 2022.

“I’d heard that supermarkets were pulling out all the stops to meet the increased demand, but they’ve really outdone themselves this time. I’m not even a vulnerable person who needs to order online, I’m just very lazy.

“I’ve ordered basics like potatoes and baked beans, eight cans of lager and a big, juicy sirloin steak. Just thinking about tucking into it on 15 December 2021 is making me salivate.

“With a big online order on the way I’d better start eating all my other food to make room in the cupboards.”

Delivery driver Wayne Hayes said: “We’ve already had to make a few substitutions. Hope he doesn’t mind washing with vinegar instead of shower gel. Also there’s a jar of cheap hot dogs instead of steak.”

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