There are some products in this world that I cannot live without…like microwaves, frozen food, Shu Uemura eyelash curlers, and Tweezerman tweezers. Tweezerman has this free sharpening service that I’ve never taken advantage of. I’ve simply accumulated several tweezers over time, buying new ones when the old ones were dull. I decided to take advantage of the free sharpening. I gathered all of my tweezers and mailed them with insurance as indicated. The old Chinese man at the post office asked, “How much do you want to insure this for?”
“I don’t know. Two dollars.”
“Two dollah? Dats it? Two dollah is nothing.”
“Well, that’s all I want to insure it for. So there.”
One month passed. I was completely resigned to the fact that Tweezerman was a fraudulent company, marketing their so-called free sharpening, yet nothing. Nada!
Then today it came. A small package arrived at work. I hadn’t recalled ordering anything small from Amazon. Was it a wedding gift from a coworker?
No, newly sharpened tweezers. Hooray for Tweezerman. I am a customer for life!