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Rumelia (28 days ago)
Bert Macklin, UPS.
Hamzah Kattan (4 months ago)
Just had this happen to me... but I was there! The whole time! Adding insult to injury, this was expedited and the regular shipping would've been here already.
Sand Theb (3 months ago)
I love it when I miss needed overnight deliveries... and the next business day is after a 3 day weekend.
Let's Play PC (5 months ago)
One time I was waiting for a package every day and I left the house for only an hour each day at different times And I always came home and saw that dreadful slip
RobotGoggles (5 months ago)
We are dealing with individuals with skills far greater than that of mortal man.
Nino's Product Reviews (6 months ago)
It would be funny, if it wasn't so true! :D
Nick Gray (6 months ago)
Undelivered Parcel Service
Nick Gray (6 months ago)
Undelivered Parcel Service
Flowerpower210 (6 months ago)
Took a shit... missed the delivery.
Gubte Fumcki (6 months ago)
Flowerpower210 That's Why I Use Diapers
gothicanimegirl44 (6 months ago)
I always love when they see you have dogs then just leave the box on the ground for the dogs to destroy this happened to my prom dress and a months worth of my sisters contatacts
gothicanimegirl44 (4 months ago)
northnomad they aren't monsters they are dogs and dogs do what they do it's no longer an issue though
northnomad (4 months ago)
You have some nasty ass dogs; best you choose signature required or keep those monsters indoors.
erikiuxas (7 months ago)
I work at customer service of UPS call centre. I can confirm every second of this. :D
Bose-Einstein (7 months ago)
Good old College Humor.
Adelgal (7 months ago)
At least its not like some of the others that just leave the package there
Georgina Toland (7 months ago)
And now they don't even attempt a redelivery. If you're not home, your package goes straight to a nearby UPS Store. But of course you can't get it right away; you have to wait an *additional* day for the franchise UPS store to scan it into their system. Their customer service told me that if I wanted a redelivery I would have to create a MyUPS profile. I looked at the small print of that "service" and basically it was "we have your info, we can do whatever the hell we want with it, we can change the terms of this agreement whenever we like, and if you have an issue with that it goes into arbitration." Customer Service rep just kept repeating that this was more convenient. "Yes. CONVENIENT FOR *YOU.* NOT *ME.*" #FuckUPS I am looking forward to the self-driving Amazon trucks that will put them out of business.
Owens Corning (6 months ago)
Yeah sorry to break it to you but that's never going to happen. The union has a tight choke hold on UPS and UPS has agreements with amazon.
Prodgaming (8 months ago)
this is painfully accurate
evilchivo5 (8 months ago)
Makes perfect sense. Why wouldn't the driver wanna go back another day to hear you say "I was only gone 5 minutes", "I ran in to use the restroom for two minutes", or "I was outside ALL day!!"
Daniel Lee (9 months ago)
wtf? package delivering in the US is shit
KevinKayotic (9 months ago)
I've had many a package and many a front door. None have been stolen. We have an option to tell the post office any packages must be signed for or left in a special location other than the front door.
Daniel Lee (9 months ago)
+KevinKayotic I've seen actual footages, i don't know why they leave your package at the front door unattended, someone could steal it
KevinKayotic (9 months ago)
Yup because this isn't an internet sketch it's actual footage of a real delivery...
RJAce1014 (10 months ago)
I was outside the whole time waiting at 100 degrees for the package to show up anytime since it says "Out for Delivery" and I'm so excited since it's PS4. I can't hold it around 2:30pm that I need to go the restroom for 30 sec. and when I get back to guard my front yard, I saw the truck running away and saw that sign on my door "Sorry we missed you." So I'm impatient to repeat this BS, I started my van, speed up and attempt to road block that cocksucker out and demand my package. I gotten it afterward. Not even a doorbell.
Patrick Kelly (4 months ago)
RJAce1014 some thing happens when I rented some fridge fitters. Litterally was at the other side of the house making a sandwich, someone knocked on and I said hold on a min, walked for 45 seconds down the stairs (don't judge me for eating sandwiches upstairs okay) and by the time I got down they left
venichen1 (6 months ago)
Did...did that actually happen?
notafraid06 (11 months ago)
All you haters will be glad to know you can now track where your package is in real time., just rolled it out.
Dean Daniel (11 months ago)
hahahahahahahahahah fuck man this is gold
Jixs 203 (11 months ago)
Dak (11 months ago)
I didn't even leave home and I apparently missed my package
Devonte Griffin (1 year ago)
yes i think thats exactly how it works
twilightrose98 (1 year ago)
I showed this to my dad who works at UPS. he burst out laughing
TRT (3 months ago)
Is this how they train them to deliver? Same thing happens to me. Why do they do this. I don't get it.
twilightrose98 (9 months ago)
+Jesus Melendez he nodded his head and laughed really hard
Jesus Melendez (9 months ago)
Hahaha what did he say about it?
notafraid06 (1 year ago)
315 people are ups drivers. And as one: A fellow driver showed me this video for the first time today. Pretty funny. Im sure this feels like this happens all the time to you, and im sure it sometimes does to an extent. I always ring or knock for a required signature, start filling out the first form (what we write on your package, thats what she said). Then i ring again before filling out the note i put on your door. Believe me, we dont want your package sitting on our car another day; one more stop while youre at work unable to sign. If you know youre not gonna be home you can call to have your package held for pick up (obv not feasible in a lot of conditions). The sender paid extra for a signature, and we must obtain it. Oh and your dog probably sucks XD Just watched the video again, it couldnt be more backwards. You want your package, so do i! be home for your signature required stupid knickknack made in china amazon bullshit. GAHD!
notafraid06 (11 months ago)
+Dean Daniel you should definitely be able to have it held for pickup. Call and ask for a same day will call. The driver will get a message to pull the package and the end of the day then you pick it up with valid id. Make sure to call first. At my center they do after hour pickup from like 730 to 830 or something like that.
Dean Daniel (11 months ago)
Yeah obviously it's the system in place that's stupid as fuck and a huge inconvenience to a person. I almost never get any packages and just want this to go smooth and I can't even go pick it up because they won't change any info... Hahahhaha. Beyond stupid. Oh well I hope they at least pay everyone fairly
notafraid06 (11 months ago)
Oh and I'm far from an idiot.
notafraid06 (11 months ago)
+Dean Daniel just how the company is run. With the amount of volume ups handles it makes more sense to leave packages on your front door and pay the claim if it goes missing then making "courtesy calls". It might sound stupid but try to get to know your driver. Management won't do it but the driver might if you ask him nicely. I would
JonatasMonte (1 year ago)
forest leopard (1 year ago)
+JonatasMonte  me too! today as matter o fact  im gonna have it sent to a pick up station...
MaxeriousGaming (1 year ago)
FedEx, UPS... go to the fucking store for god sake!
ObsidianParis (1 year ago)
+MaxeriousGaming She actually did !
Hans Zarkov (1 year ago)
I gave up on residential UPS deliveries. I finally signed up at UPS for deliveries to the nearest UPS pickup location. I'd rather deal with the inconvenience of driving a few miles to get my stuff than the frustration of missed deliveries.
JonatasMonte (1 year ago)
+Hans Zarkov Same here but where I live they tax you for actually going to their pickup location to take the delivery... How is it more expensive for them to have you go to their pickup location rather than waiting for them to use fuel and manpower to deliver your package?
tyler alger (1 year ago)
All you have to do is leave a note lol.
Kristhor (1 year ago)
I'm waiting for a UPS package.... I'm a bit nervous
mohamed dahcheh (1 year ago)
My ups package will come tomorrow. Do u guys know what time they come to ur house after a weekend
abobo (1 year ago)
UPS doesn't do this where I live. Where I live it's FedEx that pulls this horseshit.
yekcoh Kim (7 months ago)
yep fedex is the culprit. For 10 straight years, its been hell with fedex... On the other hand, USPS is top notch
Ben Godfrey (1 year ago)
+Ham Same here in Greenville, SC! UPS & USPS will deliver and ACTUALLY knock every time. The FedEx guy just drives by, doesn't knock, and leaves one of those aggravating orange door tags. Grrr!
mohamed dahcheh (1 year ago)
MrRyushinn (1 year ago)
fuck UPS.
steamfans (1 year ago)
What has brown done for you?
Jake Stoneking (1 year ago)
Unfun fact: If you report that your packages were stolen from your home/porch/stoop/waterfall entrance to a secret bat cave multiple times, you will be put on a list that requires a signature for everything, every time. The official reason is for customer satisfaction, but the actual reason is that it costs UPS/FedEx/USPS money to have to file for replacement products, and they don't like spending their money on your stuff. Lesson? Use a PO Box or an Amazon Lockbox.
Stewart Griffin (1 year ago)
I've been at UPS since 1999 and driving since 2004. If the shipper requires a signature we have to get one. You get 3 attempts. But most packages we are able to leave by the door because they don't require a signature. The skit was funny because he waited till she left to go up to the door. The 3 separate knocks were suppose to be the 3 attempts at the delivery. Made me laugh!
mohamed dahcheh (1 year ago)
I have a question. I ordered my new phone from tmobile and u know tmobile uses ups. I wanted to know if u leave it at the door or I have to sign it.
annawrecks (1 year ago)
Fed ex is worse, 20 mins ago i got an email saying i wasnt home to sign off my delivery, yes i was, i was all excited to get my pure platinum huaraches today but apparently they came at 9:03 am, its 9:55 am as i am typing this. Anywho, ups is better because a couple days ago the ups guy came straight to my door, mind you i live in an apartment complex in the hood thats comprised of 6 homes so there are two 3rds Floors and the ups guy came to the right one, wow, earlier than scheduled as well, im impatient af 😳 gonna wake up a 7 am tmrw and sit infront of my house lmfao
Lockedoutofaccount (1 year ago)
with the recent 4 rottor engine issue that one guy had with ups doesn't surprise me
C.APWAP (1 year ago)
I litterly just show up with my package on my doorstep and never had a package stolen...
Dean Daniel (11 months ago)
+123corey Thats fucking stupid... I play russian roulette and i havent lost yet....
Fariha Khan (1 year ago)
freakin ups. i ordered mtg sleeves WHICH I NEEDED 2 WEEKS AGO, and apparently it was sent to me -_-
TheMightyWill (1 year ago)
Does anyone think she looks like that girl from Goodwill Hunting? I'm very descriptive, I know -.-
Robin Francis (1 year ago)
+TheMightyWill Yeah!! They get lot of great actors in their skits!!
Kai Hicks (1 year ago)
I thought the same thing except for its all done by dropping the package from a high altitude drone onto my doorstep and then they have some kind of retrieval system because i'm not home. this would explain why everything arrives broken. I guess you learn something new every day.
Elliot Watemberg (1 year ago)
HEY! Please don't blame the drivers for this stuff! THEY aren't the ones who want to do this! Its the CORPORATE people ABOVE THEM who cause this. And after all, I think most people would be pretty desperate to do their job if they worked as a UPS driver. One of the only delivery service with NO AIR CONDITIONING for its drivers! Read (and sign) this to understand. https://www.change.org/p/united-parcel-service-require-ups-to-provide-air-conditioning-to-delivery-drivers
Four Side Gaming (1 year ago)
but if they always avoid people being home, how do they fuck your wife?
Samuel Lacey (1 year ago)
+Four Side Gaming Because women aren't real people, they're always home, in the kitchen or on a dick. ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
Bullboy 13 (1 year ago)
Huh funny I guess UPS works differently in America. In Canada I am pretty sure they have like no actual holding facilities and never take the package with them when you are not home they just leave it on your doorstep every time most of the time they ring the doorbell and by the time I get to the door the truck is gone and the package is on the doorstep lol. I suppose their is a downside to them just leaving the packages all around town but I have yet to have anything stolen and the truck drops off the packages at the same time of day which is about an hour or so before I get off work so its great.
some unfathomably moist, saucy, creamy, crispy, succulent flakes of perfectly aged cheese (1 year ago)
+Bullboy 13 Interesting
Bullboy 13 (1 year ago)
+some unfathomably moist, saucy, creamy, crispy, succulent flakes of perfectly aged cheese Well UPS delivered my PS4 and they just left it on the doorstep I live in Barrie btw and the only UPS facility anywhere near my town is The UPS Store which is only good for sending stuff with the store doesn't has like massive warehouse like say Purolater or Canada Post. So I think thats just the way they roll at least in some parts of the Canada where they cant store shipments anywhere local.
some unfathomably moist, saucy, creamy, crispy, succulent flakes of perfectly aged cheese (1 year ago)
I think it only works like this if you have an expensive package. This happened to my dad when he got his new phone and nobody was home. He had to go get it when he got home from work.
That Guy (1 year ago)
That's because you live in Canada.
some unfathomably moist, saucy, creamy, crispy, succulent flakes of perfectly aged cheese (1 year ago)
that's how it works where I live in America too
Mr Andy (1 year ago)
At least this guy knocked lol.
HaoSci (1 year ago)
I think they just drop your package in front of your door.
crazywolftwo2 (1 year ago)
lol I work for a catalog company where when I track a customers package.... lets just say this would explain a lot! lol soooooo funny Thank you College Humor
Robin Redbreast (1 year ago)
This video is soooooooooooooo true.
someone667 (2 years ago)
This video is actually false.... they actually leave the frickin package on your doorstep if you don't answer here in california.  I got lucky, but I had 2k worth of parts delivered to my home (about 10 different packages) and each time they were delivered I was not home ( I work from 4 am to 12 pm)...  The boxes say fragile and everything and they just frickin leave it on the doorstep for anyone to take. I would be overjoyed if they left me a note to simply pick it up :\
Jei Caldwell (1 year ago)
+someone667 Not true, I currently live in Inglewood and they don't leave packages, though I wish they would. I was a bit rude earlier, but the assumptions people make sometimes strikes me as rude. I have lived up and down California, and the USPS doesn't seem to follow one general rule about when to leave packages. It might depend on the delivery person and how they follow their office's rules. I spoke to one, and he only delivers small packages that fit in the  available mailbox or large packages if the doorway is concealed or somebody is home. It is different(not the same across the board annywhere) and it's not really a fair assumption when there is a whole youtube video and lots of people agreeing with it that don't correspond with your view. It's just really weird when people claim a video isn't true just because they haven't encountered something in their lives that other people have. They then make blanket statements about things outside of their experience. That strikes me as very rude, and very wrong.
someone667 (1 year ago)
+Jei Caldwell Well, this is how it is in kern and the LA counties across the board.  So basically southern CA postal services leave packages at doorsteps unless the service to ordered the items from provides a special option to request a pick up.. which usually costs extra from my experience.   I will admit I have no idea how any county on the northern end tends to be with ups/fed ex drop offs, but I can't imagine it would be much different :\  I think it is a fair assumption to make if you ask me.
Jei Caldwell (1 year ago)
+someone667 Happened to me several times. I live in California. You shouldn't make claims for the whole state; doesn't make you look too bright.
MMID303 (2 years ago)
One time I was waiting all day for a package. The UPS guy drove slowly by my house like 4 times! Then I had to leave to go to work (3rd shift). Just minutes after I left the house, my dad called and told me I just missed the UPS guy by seconds! He did deliver it, but I had to wait until I got home.
Jobin (2 years ago)
Dislike because the girl looked too much like my math teacher.I mean she wore the same clotes has the same style of wearing those clothes.And her hair looks the same.And her face lloks the same.AND I hated her.
panda hero (2 years ago)
Hah. I have that problem with usps. I sware sometimes they don't even knock.
ABP - Digital Artist (2 years ago)
They will beg you to take the package if there was a brokerage fee to pay though...
Kapek (2 years ago)
I had a window open.. these guys threw my new monitor into my house. Idiots. Its broken.
johntheo95 (2 years ago)
that laugh at the end is epic :D
Stein Schneider (2 years ago)
flames1000000 (2 years ago)
LMAO! Although I do hate it when I miss a delivery. XD
fenrar36 (2 years ago)
I dunno, used to work the dock at UPS.  I unload/load the trucks what happens after that - not my circus, not my monkeys.  FYI if your shit is busted when it arrives at your house it didn't happen at the dock.
OneMeanArtist (2 years ago)
What they left out was that the USPS handles most of the actual shipping for the UPS.  Once UPS receives your mail, they take it to the USPS for shipping.  When it arrives at your local USPS station, the UPS picks it up there and delivers it... and charges you extra for the phony service, of course.  Lazy fucking douche con artists, imo.  Just go to the Post Office, cut out the middle-man/crooks, and save yourself the extra unnecessary money.
OneMeanArtist (1 year ago)
+GrexTheCrabasitor   Then you know nothing.  Both surepost and straight up UPS parcels gets left with the USPS every.fucking.day.
GrexTheCrabasitor (1 year ago)
+OneMeanArtist im sure is was surepost, no fucking way something that doesn't have a usps tracking number would be left at a post office.
OneMeanArtist (1 year ago)
+Andrew Randolph Bullshit.  I work for the USPS and I handle their crap every fucking day. Also... thanks for validating what I said earlier.  Your entire paragraph negates your first sentence by the way.  Moron.
Andrew Randolph (1 year ago)
+OneMeanArtist USPS does not handle any UPS shipping for UPS packages. The only types of shipments that are given to the post office by UPS are Sure Post packages. This is the similar to FedEx smart post. Sure Post shipments still move within the UPS network to get to the final destination and are only handed over to USPS for delivery. UPS Next Day Air, 2nd Day Air, 3 Day Select, and Ground packages are not touched by the USPS and are only shipped with UPS.
Evil Antonio (2 years ago)
Amen, the rates on UPS are outrageous, USPS any day of the week.
buckluck9pt (2 years ago)
I drive for UPS and don't find it all that amusing.. so many people don't understand our job and it's sad. when we leave a package at your porch, door, etc, it's called a driver release. unless you state upon ordering you require an adult signature, then we driver release it.. you may think it's "lazy", but consider this.. if we stopped and waited for every customer to sign, that's an average of about 4 - 6 minutes per stop.. we have up to 150 stops on our trucks, now do the math.. that would amount to about 10 lost hours per driver per day ( 4 minutes X 150 stops = 600 minutes , 60 minutes per hour, and there is your lost 10 hours per day).. if you order something and see us drive by your house, it means we haven't received it yet and it's not on our trucks, pretty simple. and no, we don't always knock or ring the bell.. if we see no vehicle or lights on , etc, why knock? I personally do, but it's not required. once we enter the package as delivered, it will show as fully delivered within a half hour on our tracking website, if you decide to track it online. if anyone thinks all of us are lazy, then I invite you to walk a day in our shoes.. 12 hour days and most days I don't even get to take a 10 minutes break.. that's right, 60 hours a week with no breaks.. we are encouraged to take them, but when we have such a huge work load, it's not possible.. so to those who judge us, I ask you this, how many of you can work those hours with our workload and not take a break all week? not too many I would assume
Glenn Brito (1 month ago)
when i roll up to a delivery if that shit dont need a signature i leave it, driver release front door, but then u have customers who claim they nevet received theyre shit and when we track the package it shows it was delivered to the customer, some customers are liars and just want free shit, dont trip bro no one other than us will understand how hard our job is, i make sure i bang the shit out of theyre door lol
m93samman (1 year ago)
+Elliot Watemberg you must be new to the internet
Elliot Watemberg (1 year ago)
MrRyushinn (1 year ago)
+buckluck9pt So you if i can tell you to leave my package with my neighbour because im not home you guys still fucking choose to ignore it? I don't get it let me neighbour sign for the adult signature and get the package out of the way so u dont have to keep fucking coming to my house and leaving ur dam notes.
kevin kehl (1 year ago)
+buckluck9pt but it's not our fault your jobs are hard. you literally just wrote a paragraph justifying why you suck at your job. you didn't even try and claim you were good, you just listed reasons you suck and why it's not your fault you suck.
Thomas Hague (2 years ago)
This  exactly how ny amazon delivery kept happening
Joshua Gill (2 years ago)
funny buy this has never happened to me. they just leave it at the door, you dont need to be there to receive it
dojomojomofo (1 year ago)
+Joshua “Josh” Gill They've only done that here with computers and firearm parts. Anything that ISN'T marked to sign for delivery, they leave a slip and make me pick up.
someone667 (2 years ago)
+Joshua Gill That is worse than them hightailing it out, because anyone and their mother could simply steal the package and you would be none the wiser.
Ryan Wigglesworth (2 years ago)
back when college humor wasnt making commercials :S
etienne cote (2 years ago)
they lost my package numerous times, returned it to shipper, then shipped, returned it to shipper then shipped it again. after that, the idiot working the counter at the pickup station told me that the package wasn't there when it was right under his desk. UPS how i love you...
ricardomercado10 (2 years ago)
this happened to me yesterday, i was home all day for them to deliver something to my house, around 6:15 pm i had to go to school, when i come back there is a note at my door saying nobody was home
Antonio Hastie (2 years ago)
Is that Minnie Driver?
Gabriel V. (2 years ago)
This is so true. At least I haven't had that problem with DHL. 
Sashy Jolly (2 years ago)
There was this UPS delivery guy and HE WAS SOOO HOTT!!! I don't care if he's lazy or not BUT HE IS SO HOT THO!!
Sashy Jolly (1 year ago)
hmmm... i liek it lololol
TdotSoul (1 year ago)
+Jessica Hull J Mac was trolling you hard and you fell for it, so don't give him the satisfaction.
Sashy Jolly (1 year ago)
+roguedogx To be honest, you'll be surprise how many hot guys are found in each and every profession. HmmhmmMhm... I can think most of them! LOL **wink**
roguedogx (1 year ago)
+Sophia Cryzik trust me when I say this, it is very hard not to stay in shape when doing that job. when your job is literally "you have three hours to move 3200 boxes", the gym just seems unnecessary.
John-Robert Birdsell (1 year ago)
+Jessica Hull You dont get what being a guy is like do you, blindly throwing your misandry like a racist throws slurs.
S.A.M. (2 years ago)
FINALLY a mildly amusing CH video!
Josh Akana (2 years ago)
Ordered a game off amazon, I saw the UPS guy drive past my house everyday after ordering it. It took five days to show up even though I even saw the guy staring at my house. Amazon needs to get drones in service soon!
CubicAero (2 years ago)
And hacking is totally as easy as in Watch_Dogs, totally.
S.A.M. (2 years ago)
Yes. I totally won't learn how to wirelessly hack all the drones and steal everyone's stuff so that it never reaches them. Totally.
Ultima12Studios (2 years ago)
Just because you ordered it doesn't mean it had shipped all the way to where you live, and things get lost in shipping then found all the time.
lizardkingno2 (2 years ago)
Best CH video in my opinion
Senior Shinypants (2 years ago)
So accurate it hurts
Locke Cole (2 years ago)
Every time!
Shawn Millat (2 years ago)
I am also experienced with UPS. The UPS delivery guy left my packets to some unknown persons at the gate two times when I was still available at my room. They just bell the door one time and left. It seems like they are in so hurry and don't have enough time or don't want to talk with the customer.  
Aicela S (2 years ago)
It's the average of the time studies UPS does every few years. Yes it is true that one stop may take longer than another, but by the end of the day .... All stops average out to be about 3 mins. long. Therefore they use that 3 mins as a gauge go of measurement. Warehouse to delivery area is used in the drive time study for drivers. every delivery area has different drive time stats.
Nope NopeNope (2 years ago)
+Aicela S How does 3 minutes include drive time? In my hometown it takes about 45 minutes to get from the warehouse to my old town. And even in town, it could take more than 3 minutes to get from one house to another depending on the addresses.
Aicela S (2 years ago)
Delivery drivers don't have time to do nothing, but work.  On average a delivery driver has 3 minutes total, to deliver a stop.  The 3 mins. start when you leave the previous stop.  Soooo ... that 3 minutes includes drive time, locating the address, getting the package(s) out of the back of the truck, walk time to the stop, delivering the package and walking back to the truck and turning the key in the ignition.  Three minute clock starts again!!!
studinthemaking (2 years ago)
So true.
Ark Noah (2 years ago)
I hate it when amazon sends my packages with UPS. The fuckers never deliver them.
Dickson Butts (2 years ago)
Am I the only one who has their packages left on their front porch? I never have this problem.
Raymond Pagan (2 years ago)
Or you can rename it USPS.  I watched once as my mailman just left a tried to deliver note in my mailbox.  Here in my area postal workers barely get out of their trucks.  I ran downstairs and confronted the prick.  It was the first time he ever said hello to me too.  I'm glad he was replaced by a nice carrier.
Azure Toroto's Gaming (2 years ago)
It actually depends on who's delivering your package. One time on Christmas, one of my sister's packages just got delivered and it was for one of her friends, but the one who delivered the package was rather kind and told me to enjoy my Christmas. Also it was a elderly lady, I hope she enjoyed her Christmas, I thought Ups had holiday for all of their employees, but I guess some prefer to deliver on holidays.  
isabella blah (2 years ago)
Came from hbomb94
gumdamsniper (2 years ago)
Huh, this is how my mailwoman is. With letters...
Linus Gustafsson (2 years ago)
I'm having my first experience with UPS and it is starting out like something like this. Since it is an apartment complex with mailboxes inside, I haven't even seen a yellow note. Yet I was interested and looked at the tracking and saw they actually registered that they had informed me about leaving a note. To make things better they requested me to change the address for them to drop it off, and that is not allowed by the sender. Going to enjoy Monday sitting home missing my salary for a potential visit from UPS.
LuvYaMin (2 years ago)
So fucking true, he didn't even knock and was placing the paper on it! It's a coincidence that I opened the door at the sametime... He was so confused that he just left... I took the paper that said I wasn't home and run after him hahaha fuck these lazy fucktards
Bliss (2 years ago)
Sadly this happened to me today with UPS... and its the 2nd time while i was home. Luckily i installed a CCTV in the front and she didnt knock or anything she just wrote that note and left.
James Griffith (2 years ago)
Sounds more like FedEx they never came to my door and made me wait 3 days to get a package fuck FedEx. Ups is better
Nate Lewis (2 years ago)
Lol, that happened to me a few days ago, the irony.
leonard hansen (2 years ago)
subscribe to my channel:)?
Andrew Curley (2 years ago)
Laytho2 (2 years ago)
if you have to ask you haven't earned it.
Meme Iselfaneye (2 years ago)
So apt, had a packing arriving today, and despite being there to receive the package, went out and there was one of those notices, they must have kept tabs and slipped in really quick when I went to take a piss, didn't knock loud enough to hear if they knocked at all.
Jude Pelaez (2 years ago)
Once I was waiting for an important package, and the UPS van drove slowly past my home. The driver was about to speed away, but I literally ambushed the van and just managed to get my package
D.E.B. B (1 year ago)
+Jude Pelaez I once only got mine because the truck got stuck behind a guy at a stop sign. Usually they don't even ring the damn doorbell, just past the sticker on my window and run.
Ray Jr. Jackson (2 years ago)
That crazy!
Chris Cooper (2 years ago)
L0L thats crazy
BigBoysClimbOnBigRing (2 years ago)
If a signature is required we will not deliver. Better to take it back than have the customer complain about someone stealing their iPad that the ups guy dropped off. Also if you bitch about every little thing to ups they will red flag your address and ALWAYS require a signature for all deliveries to your house ONLY.
Jessly (2 years ago)
And this is why you need a mailbox
McAwesome (2 years ago)
289 people disliked because they know how much this is true.
guiforce (2 years ago)
Freaking love his laugh at the end !
Prince Zuko (2 years ago)
I will pay for this to be made into a real movie.  The UPS Chronicles 
Prince Zuko (1 year ago)
I can't believe it was almost 2 years ago I made this comment.
JonatasMonte (1 year ago)
+Prince Zuko it would be a Mind blowing trilogy
toneknob (1 year ago)
"the Brown Army" would be a good title for your movie ;)
Matthew Bay (1 year ago)
Wapanese weeaboo HA! あなたのように情けない親日事大主義のゴミが私たちの国、私たち日本を賛美するということ自体が、日本と日本人にとっては多大な不名誉である。情けない親日変態子たちよ消えろ! !私たち日本は、あなたがたのようなゴミの賛美は必要ありません,考えをして生きろ。
Yui Nyan (1 year ago)
+Brittney Cohen-Schlesinger HA!
Martin Roussev (2 years ago)
Am I the only one around here whos UPS delivery came exactly as when it was supposed to come?!
Prince Zuko (2 years ago)
mine come when its suppost to. 
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tibstar8812 (3 years ago)
Does this really happen in USA??? Funny cuz I never thought smthn like that could be possible. Atleast it never happened with me in NEPAL... folks here in FedEX and UPS would call us if nobody answered the door, and even wait for 10-15 minutes if we tell them that 'Im on my way home".. maybe its a small country thing.. btw... im still confused why wud they reach their home and NOT deliver the stuff? is it possible for them to just keep the stuff if no one picks it up? or they charge extra for second delivery?
Zurisadai Hernandez (2 years ago)
When a package reaches a certain size or weight they require a signature so instead of waiting for the person and getting their signature they just knock and leave a note. Or they just leave a note. Laziness, i believe.. Take their job like just using up gas and cruising around town..
gutterfalcon1 (3 years ago)
They just leave packages on my porch, No doorbell or knocking.
Hi, Neighbor! (2 months ago)
gutterfalcon1 that's cuz you don't get important, high end shit
gutterfalcon1 (1 year ago)
+Andrew Randolph Yeah, you're right. 
Andrew Randolph (1 year ago)
+gutterfalcon1 They should knock or ring the door bell. It takes 2 extra seconds and I think its ridiculous that they don't. LOL the postal service is a whole different story. When they see a fragile sticker, it's like they take a break and play baseball with it... :)
gutterfalcon1 (1 year ago)
+Andrew Randolph WELLLLLL,  I have had packages left that DO say, hand delivery. And it wasn't me who mentioned computer parts. I  get other expensive items.  Like I said they don't knock or ring the door bell. They could at least knock or ring the door bell. Now I would much rather have something Breakable delivered by UPS than the USPS,  it seems like the regular Postal Service Breaks things on purpose../.............OH something small, something that says Fragile, Breakable.....well lets throw everything on top of this package.  While UPS does treat your packages better.  
Andrew Randolph (1 year ago)
+gutterfalcon1 UPS drivers have no way of knowing how critical the contents of a package are unless it is specified by the shipper. Unless the shipper requires a signature or hand carry, UPS drivers will leave the package if they feel that it is safe to do so. People are always complaining about shipping companies (in this case UPS) leaving their "expensive things" out. Unless the box or the shipping label identifies the contents of a package as "expensive", how do you expect UPS drivers to know? Put yourself into the shoes of a UPS courier. How would you know that the person you're delivering to had expensive computer parts in the box that shouldn't be left outside? In this case, the sender should take the blame, not UPS.