DHL Delivery Driver Called Me Out

My doorbell rings and the DHL driver is at my door asking for a signature. As I sign he says “man, you must have a pretty big watch collection huh?”

Guy must be here every week lol

Anyway I got my new Seagull 1963 Lume (by Red-Star) today 💀

Reply
·

My UPS guy has gotten so used to asking me to sign for packages that he said he doesn’t need to ask me for ID anymore. 😬

·

Be careful, he might be casing your house 🤣

·
SpecKTator

Be careful, he might be casing your house 🤣

I’m not worried about him haha he seems like a really nice guy

·

All my watches gave no indication that there is a watch in the parcel. The return address never says XXXX Watch company. I wonder how he knew what as inside.

·
foghorn

All my watches gave no indication that there is a watch in the parcel. The return address never says XXXX Watch company. I wonder how he knew what as inside.

Customs description

Image
·

It turns out my mailman is a watch guy. He asked me about it after a few deliveries and now we chat about watches often.

·

Nice watch 👍

We get so much delivered that we'll wave an acknowledgment if he's driving by me walking the dogs. They deliver so many parcels in the day I doubt there's time to try and figure out what's in each package.

The stories that come out of US delivery are just not something we're used to in UK. I can't remember the last package that went astray.

·

What's the verdict, I was think of getting one..

·
Budospirit

What's the verdict, I was think of getting one..

This is my second bronze Seagull 1963, it’s a great watch

·

I can't relate to this, firstly, because I've never ordered a watch online that came via a courier (I did order my Seiko 5 from Amazon, but that was delivered to my cousin and he brought it back from America to save money on duties) but mostly because whenever there is a delivery man, I almost always happen to be in my bathrobe with messed up hair, at which point I usually affect a Chinese accent when I leave the house to confuse them further. It's even funnier because most of the parcels I get are for my mother.

So the poor delivery driver has to see a barely-clothed man with a Chinese accent sign the wrong name on his paperwork. It's just a way of getting inside of people's heads.