It can get a bit old hearing lectures about how “things cost money you know!!” when you’re a person for whom keeping money in the bank is pretty much always on your mind.
But it’s not just the out-of-touch well-to-do who like to assume us common folks don’t understand commerce, it’s also entitled dweebs from all corners of the internet who seem to think that because they saw something of yours, they can have it.
I’m talkin’ low-ballers, guilt-trippers, choosing beggars. Like these.
13. Get your kicks
Half price just cause.
12. Vroom vroom
The heck kind of car is worth a few hundred?
11. Wrong fight
6 on 30 is exactly 20%. I wouldn’t call that particularly low.
10. Not even real
At the time of writing 100 pesos is closer to five bucks, but still, super cheap.
What the heck kind of emotional blackmail is this?
8. Wanted – a husband
Sounds like a blast, where do I sign up?
We do know that these things don’t like cure ADHD, right?
6. On one condition
“Give us a good rating and THEN we’ll be nice.”
5. Your big break!
I say this as a regional actor: if you see an audition notice like this, stay away.
Even if you’re just starting out, even if you’re bored, even if you just want to network, don’t. Just don’t.
4. Supply and demand
What a deal!
3. Sorry ma’am
I think this person was actually extremely polite and straightforward.
2. Meat hammer
Bruh if it’s just a few sentences, offer money. It can’t possibly cost that much.
Now THIS is the art of the deal.
Nobody likes a choosing beggar. Try not to be one.
Have you had an experience with someone like this?
Tell us about it in the comments.