The End of an Era

After 5 years, 8 months and 20 days the time is almost upon us where we must farewell a familiar friend. This as you can only imagine is going to be a testing time for all 15 staff members.

Sharing the good times and the bad together, supporting us through our breakfast, lunch and the occasional dinner.

In our greatest time of need (the GFC) you were there for us; wages were cut, staff were retrenched, the financial markets a mess, we were forced to bring in our own food to eat. Oso you didn’t take this GFC lying down my friend you responded to our call and kept our food fresher than we possibly thought it could – ensuring our survival. For this we will be forever grateful.

Like any long term relationship it has its ups and downs, the honeymoon period comes to an end and we need to decide are we in this for a good time or a long time?

Yes at times you gave us tough love, the amount of lacerations to our hands has been considerable but we didn’t walk, we didn’t take your collection of Barry White albums from you and leave you a ‘Dear John’ letter, no we stayed because what doesn’t kill you only makes you stronger.

Your loyalty has been second to none, If you could’ve joined us for our daily Wednesday and Friday walks to the South Melbourne Market you would’ve but unfortunately you would not have survived the return journey because a life span of 600 meters just won’t take you any further.

We are of course talking about our much loved roll of OSO Extra Cling Food Wrap 600 metres X 33cm, with only about 100 cm remaining we are all beside ourselves with grief as we cannot bear to lose our trusted companion.

If you are going to leave us little buddy where going to make sure you do it in style …

 

 

 

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