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Amen

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You know what guys, I should print this out and put it on the door because there is two kind of delivery guys, YOUR delivery guy and who want to be LoL, now the story is that since Ramadan started the junk delivery offers started and the first annoying guy was the dominos pizza guy; Mom telling me the story, He knocked the door and gave her a small coupon book and wasted 15 minutes of her time explaining how good and useful this coupon book and how her sons can save lots of money if they use it ( she know that we never ordered from Dominos despite they are 30 meters away from our home :D so delivery on time assured but they sucks) once he finished his LONG presentation (which could be an essay to get a scholarship or sponsorship LoL) she told him that we are not interested.. Ok fine good by & take care.

Next day it was the Burger king presentation (Yes, it's like we have one presentation a day by a junk food Representative ) same story repeats itself with no thanks, good by take care at the end..

The other day it was a guy who doesn't smell religious but selling some books about Ramadan and some small prayers books so the story story doesn't repeat itself until it's end with No thanks we have a bookshelf full of these stuff, good by and take care.


What's so irritating is that they try to target old people and make it a point if you buy this i will benefit and I really need this money, it's begging rather than selling which is annoying.

We can't say it's illegal to go and keep knocking doors trying to sell piece of paper of small books and brochure but I wish we can make it illegal so then I can legs and arm.
Amen




[tags] delivery, salesman, religious, activist, dominos pizza, burger king , annoying habit [/tags]

Comments

  1. ya raaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaait:D elmsibeh enhom dayman besharoni u bakebhom all teh cobons, ma basta3ml shi...

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  2. jad
    be careful and tell ur mom not to open her door to anyone,we don't open our door to those advertisers.haven't u heard the incidents of spray in the face ? or the one about those who say some words to hypnotize you?

    this is not a joke wallahi i thought it was a hoax until i recenty heard that it happened to a friend of mine in lebanon ,they took away her money(she just walked in,and gave them the money willingly) thank God they didn't hurt her.

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  3. Allah yesma3 minnak, bas Jado. :( I Love Dominos

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  4. LOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOL!! I WANT ONE! Especially the last line.

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