DAMN SALESMEN

DID I EVER MENTION I FUCKING HATE SALESMEN? ONE JUST CAME TO OUR DOOR A FEW MINS AGO.
HE WAS TRYING TO GET US TO GIVE HIM MONEY SAYING IT WAS FOR A FUNDRAISING CAMPAIGN FOR OUR LOCAL HOSPITAL. HE WAS ASKING FOR FIRST 10 EURO AND THEN IT WENT TO 20 EURO.
I TOLD HIM FLAT OUT NO. A BIG FAT NO. HE WANTED MY BANK DETAILS, AS IF I’D BE STUPID ENOUGH TO SIGN UP AND HAND THEM OVER.
HE WAS NOT PLEASED. I TOLD HIM IF HE DIDNT LEAVE I COULD SET MY DOG ON HIM. HE LEFT IN A HURRY, LOL. HE WAS SCARED OF MY BIG LAB!
MY MONSTER LAB! THE BIGGEST SOFTY YOU COULD EVER MEET, BUT HE WASNT TO KNOW THAT. AND AS IF HE KNEW RIGHT ON CUE NITRO BOUNDED OUT AND PUT HIMSELF BETWEEN ME AND THE SALESMAN WHEN I WENT TO OPEN THE DOOR.
GOOD BOY NITRO!
SO YEAH IM A LITTLE IRRITATED. I SUPPOSE I COULD HAVE CHOSE NOT TO OPEN THE DOOR, BUT I HEARD MY NEIGHBOUR OUTSIDE AND I THOUGHT IT WAS HER COMING IN TO ASK ME SOMETHING.
I’LL KNOW BETTER NEXT TIME.
LIZ

Author: manyofus1980

I am a woman in my mid 30's. I'm blind and I have dissociative identity disorder, I also have complex PTSD. I blog about my life with these disorders. I live in Ireland.

4 thoughts on “DAMN SALESMEN”

  1. I hate them too. We usually get ones collecting for charities, but I never know if they are real or not, so they never get anything. I tell them that I’ll go to the charity’s national web page, and donate there if it looks like a good cause. We have a very large lab too, her name is Phoebe. Until I read a book called “Marley and Me” I thought labs were probably not aggressive enough to protect their owner or friends, but Marley turned out to be very protective when he needed to be. It’s a good non-fiction book, but sadly, as is usual for dog books, Marley dies at the end. I don’t know if I could read it again because of that. We have two leopard hounds and a collie as well, they tend to scare people away from the door anyway, if I really want to talk to a new visitor, I have to go outside…

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