8 June 2006

No such thing as a free dinner...

| Kerces
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Checking the mail today in the ever hopeful spirit there would actually be something for me, I was a bit excited at the prospect raised by this note written on the outside of a folded bit of paper:

Because no one in their right mind skips over the offer of free food, right?

So boy was I disappointed when I opened it up to find this inside:

Nice that they want to sell my house, but there was absolutely no mention of food at all in this biography of a not-particularly-new real estate agent (it says she started with the company in May 2004).

Not happy.

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I actually inspected a property she had an open house at in Watson, and I was disgusted with her attitude, just leaning around the place, didn’t give a damn, wasn’t helpful with any questions i asked, very bad impression.

Don’t bother with a date. If she teases about a dinner with no intention of delivering, she probably does it about other things, too. 😉

post her details, i fancy a free dinner.

I’m with the captain – time to start calling her late…

Ah yes, that old salesperson’s ruse: bait-and-switch. It’s obviously still alive and well in Ms Sangster’s armoury of tricks.

James-T-Kirk3:50 pm 08 Jun 06

Give her a call and ask her out.

All of her contact numbers are there…

In Fact, Why don’t we *all* give her a call – Possibly at 3am tomorrow morning.

I hate getting this crap in my letterbox.

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