Wish I could but as I said, we both get up and go to work tomorrow morning, she will have the ticket and passport ready and probably in her bag, if I say I don't want to go then she will wonder why as its 10 miles away but conveniently on the way to work, ill have to do a switch or she will want to know why I don't want my parcel
If you're going in to the sorting office on your own, look at the ticket, does it have your NAME on it?
The Brian Rix way of doing this is to go in to the sorting office on your own, give the ticket to the guy and tell him that you've already spoken to the supplier and you're not going to sign for it.
You then go back to the car and (if you've only lived in your property a short while) "The item was for the previous occupier, so I didn't sign for it."
Or (if not) "The package was for someone called John Smith, so obviously I didn't sign for it".
If the guy behind the counter INSISTS you sign for it, ask to have a closer look at it. Put it on the floor and jump up and down on it. You then say "I'm sorry but it looks damaged to me."