I think the title is pretty self-explanatory on this one. Just watch and listen:
Google Express is a great service. Who doesn’t want to have their groceries delivered to their front door? But sometimes, things run amuck. One reddit user says that a squirrel got into his Google Express delivery, and took a snack break on some tasty bagels from Costco.
Google knows that there are sometimes freak accidents like this (so he could definitely get a full refund if he wanted to), but it looks like the person who ordered them doesn’t really mind. “I’m not even mad about it,” they said.
For me in Saint Louis, it’s 2-day delivery (can be anywhere from same day to 3 days). I can order from mostly grocery stores and some other chains (Walgreens, Staples). Not everything is available, but quite a bit. I normally order things from Costco.
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