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Discussion in 'Beer Trading Talk' started by JoeAC, May 22, 2012.
Is Bruce Jenner a BA? He looks like shit since he took up with the band of gypsy prostitutes...
Bahaha, no idea why that was on my clipboard.
Newsflash: JohnB87 outed as "keeping up with the Kardashians".
Never been asked, but if I do, here's what I got...
"I have no idea what's in the box, my boss told just told me to have it shipped out ASAP."
I sent some homebrew to my sister a while back. I think I told them there was beer in the box.
As I have stated in plenty of other threads, I ship a lot of maple syrup, hand-crafted olive oils, snow globes, etc. I have never shipped beer.
I work at a coffee company and ship through their account, guess liquids don't draw attention when the label lists a coffee roaster as the sender.
I actually sent it to my dad and told him that that's what he needs to strive to be as a father. Haha, what a joke yahoo is. I keep it as my homepage at work just for laughs.
If anybody from UPS/FedEx asks what I'm shipping, I'm just gonna tell them homemade soda. Seems like a good excuse for all the sloshing sound.
I tried telling them it was bull semen, and lots of it. They didn't buy it, so I had to resort to it being a present to my sister for her first year at college. I wasn't questioned beyond that.
What about grappling instructional DVDs?
I would really question the quality of your BBQ sauce if it made a fairly loud sloshing noise.
"I'm just shipping weed, man......kidding--it's beer! What what else is illegal that I'm not supposed to ship?"
I just shipped 40 lbs of beer via the USPS yesterday... *gasp* But it was going to Denmark.
Stay off of my turf, that's all I ask.
The sloshing thing confuses me... Hundreds of boxes shipped and recieved and I've yet to hear liquid "slosh".
human breast milk
"I am a marinade enthusiast who ships my awesome marinades and balsamics to other enthusiasts so they can enter them into local fairs for me. The best I've won is fourth place so far, but I can smell third on the wind." they look disinterested at this point and are hurrying to get me out. " would you like to try some of my marinades? I have some old stuff in the trunk, the mold on top is normal and gives it a nice twang, just use from the bottom of the mason jar." By this time they have stopped listening to me ramble and hand me my confirmation receipt.
I am still working on how to tell them I make home made lube and sell it on a well known swingers site without giggling, and how to build up a smoke screen back story and field their questions if any arise. This is my ultimate goal that I am working towards at the moment. Lying is fun!
I supply folks with gourmet cooking sauces. "not normal sauces for off centered people". True story. Even have multi-colored professional labels now.
I dont lie, I am shipping collectable bottles, thats what I tell them. I used to say various things, but they are sold on E-bay as collectables(not by me), so I decided it is no big deal. I dont say what type 0f bottles they are, and have not been asked. I do always pre-package, and try to avoid being questioned though
So it's like a white lie. =P
I've captured the Erotic Snowglobe market.
I read the how-to's and setup my own UPS account and printed my own label the first time I shipped.
UPS store only weighs my box and prints a quick receipt thing saying i dropped it off.
Like I always say, "its marinade". Because technically beer can be used as a "marinade".
was asked for the first time today. Store was busy, already had the labels printed, and with my back issue, was struggling taking the 50 lbs of 2 boxes to the counter. So when I set them down, I get an exasperated look from a guy that was staring at the computer. When he gets to the counter, I see that he is a manager (nametag) and he says "So whatcha shipping", I said "bbq sauce and scented candles" he gets this weird look on his face and goes "really??" I said, "yes, can I have some fragile stickers?". He then goes "well if its ""special" bbq sauce, I guess so". So after getting the receipt he says "I'll take extra special care of your sauces". After leaving, I had a bad feeling so I went back in and totally expected to see him digging through them. To my surprise, he was taping the label down on the box. Was a nice surprise.
I toss mine in the Large Flat Rate APO box, usually around 14 lbs each. Get delivery confirm and then pray they get there! I am Japan's number 1 glassware shipper!
Also, add a box of hard candies to cover the sloshing noise. I use lemon drops or skittles (in movie snack boxes).
Oh, and I usually say glassware....i've sent close to 20 boxes of "glassware". It's funny b/c it's gotta be a crap ton of glass to weight in at 20lbs. lol
If you like BBQ sauce gift baskets, I am your man. A trader recently ship my a package thru USPS. It was double boxed and disguised to look like some sort of college care package. I call him shipping McGuyver.
My FedEx guy does pick ups and dropoffs right from my office and knows exactly what's in them. I toss him beers every now and then and I'll give him a nice Christmas card during the holidays. He looks out for packages for me when I tell them I'm expecting them and in general is an awesome dude.
I ship hot sauce and olive oils. Gotta keep it a liquid.
First rule of fightclub
breakin the law breakin the law
It only sloshes if you shake the hell out of the box or drop it. I usually double box, so no real sound issues there unless you got a prick looking for them (never happened to me, but will never say it can't happen)...
Fedex account, print labels online, drop off boxes at Fedex Office. The ONLY question I've ever been asked is "That's prepaid, right?"
I hand deliver all trades.
Yes Sir - that is correct. UPS & FedEx are private companies but USPS is covered under federal law.
Just went to Fed Ex for my first trade.... Do not have a account, its sloshing what is in it? Without hesitation i sais " oh its olive oil". New Glarus makes the finest Olive Oil around!
I run a pretty sweet car parts shipping business.
I ship fresh pressed organic Olive Oil. Last shipment I even had the guy pack it for me. He saw me purchase padded envelopes and bubble wrap. Said to just put them in the envelopes to cover any potential leakage and when I came inside with the bottles in the envelopes he finished packing for me. Didn't ask a single question since I've gone in 4 times in the last 3 weeks. He made sure to wrap them securely, double boxed it, and didnt ask a single question. Even recommended styro shippers for next time.
And they were excellent!