Little packages keep showing up to my house addressed to The Wife. The slightly disturbing part about these packages is that we have received 2 of them in the last 2 months, and they contain baby formula (a total of 3 cans) and coupons to purchase more baby formula.
Just to clear everything up, The Wife isn’t having a baby and hasn’t signed up for anything to her knowledge that would lead people/a company to believe that she was. She does frequently get sample size packs of things that she has signed up for, but they are usually like a trial size dish washing soap or some form of trial size snack…… not a can or two of a $20+ product that we have no use for.
I can only think of three possible outcomes for why we keep receiving baby formula:
1. The Wife signed up for something free and in turn was assumed to need baby formula.
2. Someone else found something to sign my wife for in a magazine and thought it would be a good laugh to have baby related things show up to our house.
3. The Wife is showing all the signs of going to be having a baby from her shopping habits, and from this article from a few months ago Target has decided to “target” her and mail her information to Enfamil.
Have you ever received something in the mail that you nor anyone you knew had requested? Was the item of any value? Which of my options do you think is the most likely?
P.S. It’s all going to the food shelf.