Status: 03.10.2023, 09:28 a.m.
By: Armin T. Linder
A real eye-catcher is the note with which an Edeka branch in Munich probably addresses its customers. But not everyone likes it.
Munich - Every sign has its own story, they say. That of an Edeka notice is relatively easy to guess. A user posted a photo of it on the app Jodel, where people post anonymously. Whether he took the picture himself is just as difficult to clarify as whether it is really current and real. It also remains unclear where it was created, "Munich" is given as the location. In any case, the whole thing looks authentic all around.
Edeka Christmas items are equipped with a sign: "It doesn't get earlier every year"
The sign reads: "And before anyone says anything ... NO, it doesn't get earlier every year ... :-)". Underneath, the Edeka logo and the supermarket's slogan can be seen in small letters. The note hangs on a pile of Christmas cookies. And that's when it becomes clear at the latest: The team is turning to those people who always complain that the seasonal treats end up in the supermarkets too early. The yodeling posting is from the end of September. The first Christmas goods could already be seen in supermarkets in August.
The Edeka sign from Munich is causing discussions. © Yodel
The Edeka sign is meant with a wink, as a small gag of the crew to the clientele, that's clear. Still, supermarket notices are tricky – it's not the first time people have gotten you in the wrong throat. Not everyone likes the Edeka hint either, as it becomes clear in the comments. "I don't like this sign," it says. Another says: "I don't care what they have in their range, but the person responsible for this smiley should be lynched."
Edeka sign from Munich sparks discussion
Another user likes the sign: "So I'm celebrating." And, of course, a discussion unfolds about whether it really gets earlier every year or not. "Five years ago, they were already available at the end of August / beginning of September," recalls one. "It's really getting earlier every year," another. And the person who posted the photo says: "In fact, this year I've been wondering where they're staying for so long. But as far as I'm concerned, they could wait even longer."
2023 will be the same as every year with Christmas items: many complain, and many strike. Or, as one Jodel user puts it: "It just doesn't matter." Did you know that you can earn money with attention at Kaufland? (lin)
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