By Anonymous - / Monday 2 August 2010 05:05 / United States
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  glen12  |  0

fair enough yr lessor is an asshole but seriously 3 weeks? 10 hours each day? is yr rental property a fucking palace? and don't u have work or something to earn that amount of money instead of painting 10 hours every day

  glen12  |  0

my bad I read it that he was painting his house that he was renting soz guys, but still, 210 hours for 1 house and he would have a written contract signed by the home owner

  Krajjan  |  9

Wow, OP. Must've been an enormous house doing interior and exterior. And if it was, why did you only bid 2K? I pull $1,500 per 60 hour work week when I'm painting. Lesson learned. Bid higher, always bring spray paint in case of payment failure.

  xerikax3  |  0

That is why you get them to pay you upfront or atleast part of it upfront, more than $200 atleast, though. $2000 seems like a reallyyyyy low price for three weeks of work. I know paint isn't cheap so I would have asked for more in the first place.


84- That's what I was thinking. Hopefully OP had a written contract. Damn, you can't trust anybody anymore. Op, don't you ever watch People's Court? I do, maybe just because I'm old. lol

  NightGod  |  0

Not entirely true. A verbal contract is binding and I doubt there is are any judges who would believe you agreed to paint an entire house for $200. Hell, most would probably think $2000 was low.


Piss on his daughter, fuck his wife abd kill his son. all in front of him while he is tied up. then set his house on fire and demand for 2000 dollars and Jan he gives it to you just be like, "my dick hurts" and run away.

By  robtuffguy  |  0

haha sucks for you lol shouldve made him sign a contract so it's your fault and guess what....... I'M FIRST!!!! O yea!! *who cares??goes
the crowd* I Do!!!!

By  locs376  |  2

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  starile  |  19

Maybe he took a lot longer to complete it than they agreed upon. THERE SHOULD HAVE BEEN A CONTRACT, so you could sue Angry Taco Man. If there WAS a contract, maybe you took too long, which was a breach of contract on your part and he wasn't a happy customer.

  lurchin_10  |  0

the homeowner should have has Bob Ross paint the house. he would have done it in like 20 minutes and gladly accept tacos as payment, op is just a douche


6: That's what I thought. I can easily see a homeowner reacting this way if OP agreed to a daily or hourly wage, rather than a total cost of $2K. Then it would probably seem like he was milking the job, rather than just being perfectionistic. Three weeks of solid work seems an unreasonably long time, unless the house was huge.

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