Ive been hovering over the unsubscribe button for a while for this very reason, but am somehow interested in her life Her grocery hauls are almost comical in how boring and repetitive they are. I can’t say I watch anyone else’s grocery hauls for comparison - does everyone go into tiny detail about every little thing in the haul? Does she do this because she feels it makes it more interesting? We don’t care what Mark likes to drink.Finally unsubscribed. I realised that I'd spent precious free time listening to a lady talk about why she picked up two cartons of beer instead of one, before explaining what strawberry squash is. Pass.
Somebody posted about that on her ad but Charlotte, as always, ignored her point.Something slightly uncomfortable about her post showing off her Tesco ad at a time when food availability is a concern for lots of people who aren’t in the same fortunate position as Charlotte. I appreciate that she has a family to feed just like everyone else but just seems a bit inappropriate. I don’t think I’d be posting about the food I’ve just had delivered. Just my personal opinion.
She never, ever directly answers a question. When someone pointed out that she was broadcasting her kids health issues and giving them no privacy, she replied with a very passive aggressive tone and avoided directly answering. She should not be advertising for Tesco right now, agreed.Somebody posted about that on her ad but Charlotte, as always, ignored her point.
A very ill timed post. Whilst it’s not her fault for the current situation boasting that you are sorted food wise is just unnecessary. Keep it to yourself. She doesn’t care though, she’s got what she needs.I don’t like the way she says ‘I’ve got what I need’ - good for you. Never miss an opportunity for a brag