When it absolutely, positively needs to travel 53 times the actual distance required.

On Sunday the DLP bulb on my TV went out and I ordered a new one online on Monday from a company roughly 78 miles from my house.  I paid $17.57 for FedEx standard overnight delivery expecting the package to be delivered yesterday around 4 or 5 PM.

It’s now Wednesday at 1:40 PM and I just got off the phone with FedEx for the 4th time. Instead of taking a cozy train, or van, or even carrier pigeon from San Diego north to my home, my package was first sent to Denver, then to Chicago, and is now supposedly on its way to my house to be delivered tomorrow “before 10:30 AM” a full two days after it was supposed to.

HOW THE FUCK IS THAT POSSIBLE? A package weighing less than one pound is not once, but twice misrouted for a grand total of around 4160 miles out of the way of the intended delivery path.



  1. dud i lol’d so hard i’m mailing this page over to my friends XD… hope you got your packet… without a worldwide tour!! 😀 also, great site

  2. i had the same problem with them a few months ago i was getting a package sent to me that was one hour away and 13 days later i recieved it after it went through Dalas Tx, Moroleon mexico, chicago Il, memphis TN, tupelo Ms.i dont see how they stay in bussiness wasting that much fuel to deliver

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