Wednesday 1st of November 2017 and the guy in the superette was soon understanding that I was serious with my Pepsi MAX. Not the normal customer coming in for a bottle and a chat wasting his time. I asked for a cardboard box and he was, well, not very interested. But as soon as he realised what a business opportunity he had he was searching high and low in the superette for a cardboard box. I was not happy with any of his boxes.
A Superette is an alternative name for a compact food market "convenience store" or "mini-mart" used in some places, particularly in Hawaii, New York City, Boston, Minnesota, Newfoundland and Labrador, - and the North Island of New Zealand.
He went out in his van and we finally found a box that would do. We brought the box to the fridge and I started to fill up the box. Not enough Pepsi MAX bottles in the shop so we had to continue with cans. I paid everything and I brought my stuff around the corner to my hotel.
As soon as he realised that there were BIG BUSINESS coming to his shop he brought up the service level anotch and he was looking for cardboard boxes like there was no tomorrow
By the time I'm ready there is no more Pepsi MAX in the fridge
My MAX in my room
Thursday 3rd of October 2017 and my Pepsi MAX is on the belt on the way to the aircraft. No stupid questions checking-in. Seems to be normal to bring a box of soft drinks to Singapore.
My MAX on the way to Singapore
Jo du! Min låda var ju inte först, men bland dom första väskorna på bandet. Slet upp lådan o tog en flaska gottis ASAP. One for the road i taxin till Holiday Inn.
Not the first on the lugage belt, but among the first bags