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So I ordered The Avengers: Infinity War, among with some other products.
I got everything except The Avengers.
So I start a chat with the helpdesk.
I first have to confirm the item I have a question about only for them to ask me again what order and item I have a question about
Anyway, the description says it's Avengers: Infinity Way 3D, the price is that of the DVD, but I'm pretty sure I ordered the regular blu-ray (which is €1 more expensive than the DVD and about €20 less expensive than the 3D).
Tell that to the helpdesk guy, who promptly asks me what product I'm talking about.
Oh, I don't know, maybe the one that says it's Avengers: Infinity War 3D
So he asks me if I want my money back or if he should send it again.
So I ask him what he's going to send.
And he says the item I ordered.
Bitch what the hell did I order!?
The (regular?) blu-ray, apparently
I guess I should be happy that I got any help from a helpdesk at all, but I really wonder what I'll get
I can actually really enjoy kid shows.
Recently watched Steven Universe season 1 on Netflix and I really enjoyed it.
Adventure Time was really fun as well.
It's just 10-20 minutes of nonsense that leave you thinking "haha, you guys!"
Not to mention a lot of Disney and Ghibli movies!
Yes, we have BBC2 on the cable over here, but I must admit that I seldom find any programme of interest there nowadays. Years ago (when I was young, the tast of life ... oops should not do that anymore) I really liked watching the BBC, but now I feel the bitter taste of tears upon my tongue