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An upset man posted this photo on the Woolworths Facebook page as a way to express his anger about receiving a coriander plant as part of the latest promotion

& # 39; Get rid of this mess please! & # 39; Shopper rages on free coriander plant in Woolworth's Discovery Garden – and he's not the only one

  • A man slammed Woolworths after the supermarket sent him free coriander
  • The fragrant herb was offered as part of the store's Discovery Garden promotion
  • After receiving the seedling, the man begged Woolies to get rid of & # 39; of this mess & # 39;
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A man destroyed Woolworths after receiving a free coriander plant as part of the latest supermarket campaign.

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The Australian outlet is currently organizing its Discovery Garden promotion and offering customers free seedling sets when they spend $ 30 or more.

Take to Woolworths& # 39; Facebook page, Jaison from Western Australia, expressed his annoyance with a moment that revealed exactly what he thought of the fragrant herb.

& # 39; Guess what's in the trash, & # 39; he wrote the post before adding & # 39; Woolworth's great promotion for seedlings instead of plastic, but please get rid of this mess. & # 39;

An upset man posted this photo on the Woolworths Facebook page as a way to express his anger about receiving a coriander plant as part of the latest promotion

An upset man posted this photo on the Woolworths Facebook page as a way to express his anger about receiving a coriander plant as part of the latest promotion

Coriander is known to be divided with gourmets who love the taste or absolutely hate it
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Coriander is known to be divided with gourmets who love the taste or absolutely hate it

Coriander is known to be divided with gourmets who love the taste or absolutely hate it

Coriander (photo) is often used in Spanish, Mexican, Latin and Indian cuisine

Coriander (photo) is often used in Spanish, Mexican, Latin and Indian cuisine

Coriander (photo) is often used in Spanish, Mexican, Latin and Indian cuisine

Coriander is known to be divided among gourmets with people who love the taste or absolutely dislike it.

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Jaison, the latter, was supported by others on the wire who agreed that there was no room in the kitchen for the spice.

& # 39; There are two types of people, people who hate coriander and people who are wrong & # 39 ;, one said.

While another added: & # 39; Coriander can still be trashed … but the dill, onion, basil, parsley and chamomile are all very welcome! & # 39;

The Woolworths Discovery Garden collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, including thyme, basil, kale, spinach and carrots

The Woolworths Discovery Garden collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, including thyme, basil, kale, spinach and carrots

The Woolworths Discovery Garden collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, including thyme, basil, kale, spinach and carrots

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Other social media users did not easily agree with a few that Jaison & # 39; uncivilized & # 39; called.

After seeing the post, Woolworths came back with the answer & we love all our seeds equally! #Detheating.

The Discovery Garden collection has 24 different types of plant seeds, including thyme, basil, kale, spinach and carrots.

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