Nothing grinds my gears more than greedy vindictive people. Sadly, they are everywhere in today’s culture thanks to the entitlement mentality. Take, for example, what one Muslim woman did to the world’s largest candy makers. This entitled fool did not like the way she was treated and began to throw a temper tantrum. Instead of Nestle bowing under pressure and giving in to her absurd demands they had other plans.
Saima Ahmad’s tale of “woe” began after she purchased an eight pack of KitKats which did not contain its signature wafer. Instead of moving on and realizing it was just a product defect, she felt she deserved more. So, the second-year student at Kings College in London decided to contact the confectionary giant.
Saima Ahmad, 20, says that Nestle has failed to deliver a suitable product.
Ahmad demanded that Nestle provides her with a lifetime supply of chocolate for all her troubles and even went as far as to unearth a 1930 legal precedent to support her case.
“They go about advertising the unique concept of KitKat, but I’m so disappointed by what I have purchased. I’m hoping they will apologize to me and in future focus more on the quality of their product. No one else in that industry has that unique concept about mixing the wafer with the chocolate and that’s why I’m a fan.”
Clearly, this woman needs to get out more.
Well, Ahmad’s apology never came and she is still pushing for her lifetime supply of candy. She feels that they should give into her demands so that she can act as “quality control” for them. She insists that if they do not give into her absurd demands she will pursue a legal case.
Nestle is standing their ground and released this statement concerning the chocolate ordeal.
“If a consumer finds any issue with a Nestlé product we would encourage them to get in touch with us online, by phone or by post so that we can investigate and put things right for them.”
I am so glad that Nestle has not given into this Muslim brat’s demands. Maybe this will teach her that she is not the center of the universe. In all reality, this woman needs a lifetime supply of mental health services, not candy.
H/T [ America Now ]