Well if they get me what I order and not …

Comment on Hardware giant Bunnings set to start construction of Alice store by R Henry.

Well if they get me what I order and not a substitute because it is a better profit for them, sell me what I want without referring to a tradesman in business as to what I should be charged or even sold the material, sell me glues that actually stick instead of stuff that is “better for human consumption” but almost washes off with water, the same for pressure pack paints, also not demand my licence when I want to buy glue or P/P paint (which should be required only if a customer appears to be under age), and also give me a cost for an item without making it an order.

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