He writes a letter to his neighbors asking them not to order food at home in bad weather and rain of blows: "let people work in peace"

Ordering food at home when it rains: yes or no? This is the dilemma that a community of neighbors has faced this month of March when several rainy fronts have alleviated the drought throughout the country.

Oliver Thansan
Oliver Thansan
02 April 2024 Tuesday 17:25
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He writes a letter to his neighbors asking them not to order food at home in bad weather and rain of blows: "let people work in peace"

Ordering food at home when it rains: yes or no? This is the dilemma that a community of neighbors has faced this month of March when several rainy fronts have alleviated the drought throughout the country. And it seems that bad weather proportionally increases our desire to order pizza, kebab or Chinese, sometimes at ungodly hours. A fact that one of the neighbors of this property has not hesitated to highlight through a letter posted on the portal.

The popular X account from Soy Camarero has spread this letter that the author wrote after meeting a home delivery woman on March 8 on the block's portal. According to the story, it was already late and “it was raining so much that the lanes on the road could not be distinguished.” This neighbor complains that that night on the way home he could see up to ten delivery men who were on bicycles or motorcycles. That is why he asks his neighbors: “Is it necessary to order food at home at eleven thirty at night?”

The same delivery girl confirmed to the author of the letter that bad weather days are when they receive the most orders, but the fact that one of them was made by a neighbor was what gave her “a lot of shame.” This neighbor appealed to the empathy of the rest of the tenants so that “they do not ask for food to be brought home when it is raining, snowing or the weather is long,” since adverse weather conditions increase the risk of these delivery drivers suffering traffic accidents.

The most surprising thing is that some neighbor has taken the hint and added a post to the letter in which he answers: “let people work in peace.” In his argument, the neighbor argues that “deliverers are not obliged to accept any order. They choose if he wants to work that night, in that rain,” and he calls the complainant “paternalistic.”

The zasca continues in the following lines: "I suggest you not use the community space for your moral disquisitions or to disgrace the behavior of other neighbors." The truth is that the letter has generated all kinds of comments among the users of and against: “there are people who consider that their money is worth more than anything else.”