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Lanark
04-10-2009, 06:34 AM
We're in the "out for delivery" stage yet again and once again it's a nail biter.

The question we're anxiously awaiting the outcome of is whether or not the UPS guy will be able to work the doorbell this time. Odds are 60:40 against.

But we remain ever hopeful. A large note stating that we are home and to press doorbell hard is in place. I've got shoes on and I'm ready to spring into action at a second's notice. It could just work. It could.

iamdanielle
04-10-2009, 06:38 AM
Hah, I am also expecting a UPS delivery today and I don't have a working doorbell. I put a post-it on my front door that asks the driver to call my cell when he is here so I don't miss my delivery.

Good luck! Have fun with your new instrument!

GX9901
04-10-2009, 06:52 AM
We're in the "out for delivery" stage yet again and once again it's a nail biter.

The question we're anxiously awaiting the outcome of is whether or not the UPS guy will be able to work the doorbell this time. Odds are 60:40 against.

But we remain ever hopeful. A large note stating that we are home and to press doorbell hard is in place. I've got shoes on and I'm ready to spring into action at a second's notice. It could just work. It could.

Haha, so what's the UPS guy bringing you this time?

I've been having ukes delivered to my work address. The UPS/FedEx/USPS guys have been able to find their way in so far. :D

UKISOCIETY
04-10-2009, 07:14 AM
We're in the "out for delivery" stage yet again and once again it's a nail biter.

The question we're anxiously awaiting the outcome of is whether or not the UPS guy will be able to work the doorbell this time. Odds are 60:40 against.

But we remain ever hopeful. A large note stating that we are home and to press doorbell hard is in place. I've got shoes on and I'm ready to spring into action at a second's notice. It could just work. It could.

I recommend crouching on the rooftop and jumping the UPS man just in case he decides to split w/o leaving the box.

iamdanielle
04-10-2009, 07:21 AM
I recommend crouching on the rooftop and jumping the UPS man just in case he decides to split w/o leaving the box.

I pretty much do that from my window.

Lanark
04-10-2009, 07:50 AM
As luck would have it I chose the right moment to go and annoy the sleeping cat in the front window. (Keeps her on her toes.) The UPS truck was just pulling up as I got there.

I'm heading over to the Uke Porn thread with the pictures. Meet me at camera three....

Ukulele Friend
04-10-2009, 07:59 AM
i share in your frustration. i could swear that the delivery trucks wait until i leave home before they attempt their delivery...:D

Shawn

http://ukulelefriend.com

Lanark
04-10-2009, 08:07 AM
I've been sitting in the house waiting twice already only to have them miss ringing the doorbell and taking off.

But it's here. And I'm pleased. It's virtually untouched.

carpekd
04-10-2009, 08:56 AM
haha, i'm waiting for the UPS guy right now to deliver my new effects pedal :D

khrome
04-10-2009, 02:20 PM
How about just leave your door open a little? One time my door was open when I was expecting a package that required a sig, and he just knocked, signed the thing himself, and left the package. lol

nikolo727
04-10-2009, 02:38 PM
i think im due for next week with a birthday present!!!


THANK YOU DEACH!!!!


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