After Company Realizes They Sent A ‘Burning Question’ To Customer Whose House Burned Down, They Apologize In The Best Way Possible
It’s always hard when a tragedy strikes and we can do is deal with it. While rebuilding what was destroyed is sometimes impossible, salvaging the pieces left and starting anew is a good way to go. That is exactly what a 24-year-old law enforcement officer did after his house burned down. He decided to start working on their Dungeons and Dragons dice collection that he had lost a huge chunk of. “I lost everything in the fire including all my physical stuff,” Levvy told Bored Panda.
After ordering from Die Hard Dice, a company selling dice, Levvy did not expect to have the interaction he did after Die Hard responded with a “burning question”. Die Hard Dice sent a note and some additional goodies after learning about Levvy’s story. “By the time I emptied the box I was a bit teary eyed and in a state of disbelief at how kind they had been” Levvy added. Scroll down below to read the full story and don’t forget to tell us what you think!
24-year-old law enforcement officer Levvy recently shared a story about his order at Die Hard Dice
“I lost everything in the fire including all my physical stuff,” Levvy told Bored Panda
The message he received from Die Hard was a little unexpected
But once Die Hard realized what the situation was, they made the best move ever
Levvy explained exactly what happened
After the slight misunderstanding, Die Hard sent them a note
With some additional goodies for his games
To make up for the unintentional error with the “burning question”
Levvy wanted to express his appreciation
As well as remind everyone, how helpful and close the D&D community is
People quickly responded to the story
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