Wednesday, March 30, 2016

The Truth About Consumer Culture from Reddit

[–]TheGuyWhoSaid 67 points  
I used to deliver furniture. Sometimes we'd get to a customer's house with their order and they'd change their mind about the colour or something. They's ask us to get the other option out of the truck. Even after we assured them that we only had what we needed for the day in the truck, they'd always insist we look anyway. "Maybe the warehouse guys loaded it accidentally." "Nope. I loaded it myself." "Can you check anyway?" sigh, ok.

  THIS is what happens when people think they've learned how to "bargain" or "persuade" when they have really just been successfully annoying people into submission for a significant portion of their lives.


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