Dealing with salespeople (I wouldn’t want their job and I do empathize):
1 They promise not to hover, but every time you turn around, there they are!
2 They ring the doorbell while you are making dinner. You try to ignore it but they refuse to go away.
3 You tell them your bottom line and you are still required to go through all of the haggling before reaching the bottom line.
4 You don’t believe in warranties. You politely say no when offered but this particular person won’t take no for an answer. They let you know you will be up a creek without a paddle when something goes wrong. Thanks, I’ll be taking those odds.
5 You agree to buy a car and then they try to throw in all of the extras and have the nerve to charge you for every little thing. What do you mean, the steering wheel is extra?
6 When you listen to all of the jibber-jabber and decide the product is not for you, the person keeps trying different angles. Yeah, it’s still a no!
7 When going door to door selling solar panels, they let you know that Joe Blow down the street is interested in their product. Great! Tell them to pay for mine while they are at it.
8 This guy talks so much that you can’t even get a word in. Okay, I’m just going to close the door and let you talk to yourself.
9 They tell you, “It’s your loss.” Can you get your boss on the phone? I want to return the favor so that when you lose your job, it can be your loss.
10 Stop following me and telling me about every product that I put my finger on. One more word and I am going to start throwing things!