7 February, 2023

Shoppers still avoiding Tea Tree Plaza (Not because of COVID, it’s just bad.)

DAN SCHMIDT

As restrictions on shopping centres lift, many residents of the mighty North East are still choosing not to head to Tea Tree Plaza.

Reportedly, this has nothing to do with the recent COVID outbreak in the Food Court and various shops, but mainly due to the fact that the Plaza is just not that great.

Adelaide Mail spoke with fellow North East resident Ben Kzierpark who stated ‘I assume they’ve given it a proper clean and all, but have they fixed the leaking roof and the sewage smell? I doubt it’.

‘Also, it’s Thursday which is late night shopping, could you imagine how many dickheads are going to be there tonight? No thank you. Pelican Plaza has everything I could ever need’ Ben concluded, as he cleaned some noodle sauce off his Chemist Warehouse branded t-shirt with some pool sanitising chemicals.

Why wouldn’t he just buy regular washing powder from Chemist Warehouse? We’re pretty sure they sell that.

Anyway, our point is the Plaza sucks, but we love it.

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