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Old June 20, 2024, 03:57 AM
Glenn Glenn is offline
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Default Exploding Solar Oven Poem VS "Perplexity Ai

Thanks Dien/Gordon,

Exploding Solar Oven Poem

There was once a Girl from Ireland,
Who Criticized My Cooking,
But I hear Irish food is Bland,
Tastes a lot Like Sand.

It's True My Solar oven Exploded,
Full of Broccoli - Fully Loaded,
The Company Said Go Jump,
Offered me a 20% off Discount,
Basically saying, "Kiss off - Chump.

I know my Mistake,
Nowhere Does it State,
Don't put a Frozen Veggie,,
Into Your Oven or Things Get Ugly,
Nobody said it Could go KABLOOEY.

So Now We Wait,
Until their next 50% off Sale,
Yes They have a Bad Trait,
Their Customer Service is A Total FAIL.

But The Solar Oven Design,
Is better than Any Competitors,
So Rather Than Picket With a Sign,
I'll Check Back for Them to Open The For-Sale Doors.

LAST Time I sent a Poem - I got a Poem Back.

This time I got a COMMENTARY.

Your humorous poem highlights some frustrations with a solar oven company's poor customer service and product issues. Here are a few key points:
Solar Oven Mishap

You had an incident where your solar oven exploded while cooking frozen broccoli, which the instructions likely did not cover.

The company responded dismissively, offering only a 20% discount instead of properly addressing the issue.
Critique of Irish Food

You mention an Irish girl criticizing your cooking, playing into the stereotype that Irish food is bland and tasteless like sand.

However, the blog post defends Irish cuisine as simple but flavorful when using fresh, quality ingredients cooked properly.
Future Plans

Despite the bad experience, you still view the solar oven design favorably compared to competitors.

Rather than protest, you plan to wait patiently for their next 50% off sale to purchase a new one, hoping for better customer service.
The poem humorously conveys your frustration with the company's response while touching on Irish food stereotypes. Your plan to give them another chance during a sale shows patience, as you still value the solar oven design itself.


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