Barbecue Grill

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Apr 18, 2017 03:33
A friend of mine invited my family to dinner on Sunday. He planned a barbecue at the back yard. He realized that he ran short of wooden chips for fuel when he tried to start it. We went to Target, Ross, Home Depot and some other stores to get them, but couldn't find appropriate ones. The barbecue grill he has required specific ones which the grill manufacturer produced. We had no choice but buy a product made by other maker. We were optimistic that it would work out, because that kind of things were always sellers' strategies for customer retention. We turned on the grill with the chips, but it didn't work. We ended up cooking meat and seafood in a pan. The food was good, but I felt bad. I thought that the manufacturer should fulfill its duty for provision as long as they request us to buy their products.