By Auston - 17/07/2011 05:16 - United States
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Well, that's what you get for trying to abuse someone's relationship. You know how awkward it'd be for a young male to be out with his fiance/wife and to be asked, "HEY! You think your wife is worth buying flowers for?" Because, yeah, he's obviously not going to get flak from his wife for saying, "No. I'd rather not spend the $10 on her because I'd rather save my money for something more useful." It's almost like the time that I had only $5 on me and I wanted to buy lunch at the hamburger table that was set up in front of the college library. Somebody intercepted me about 10 seconds before I could get to the lunch table that was set up and told me that I should donate some money to Japan for the tsunami (this was a while back). I told them that I would, but I only had just enough to buy food. The guy then tried guilting me by saying "Fine. Let the people there suffer." To which I said, "Well, then if you feel so bad for them, why don't you go ahead and donate $5 for me instead? Also, there's kids in Sudan and Somalia who have been suffering far longer. Go ahead and help them as well." The guy rolled his eyes, muttered something and got out of the way of my lunch.
I almost had to thumb this comment up just for the awesome person they made lmao and 85- very true and I agree. Of course, sales people might not really care because that technique works very well with some people BECAUSE they feel guilty. So true, but most of them will still go on using this technique of marketing.
It's not like you knew. Oh well ¯|(°_o)/¯ Sucks to be him, though.
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