So You’ve Bought super super … Now What?


This is my favorite time of year. It is that time of year when everyone is super excited about making a big, elaborate, and usually overpriced to-do list for the summer. The time of year when you are more than willing to make a super complicated list of things that need to be done. What is so great about the summer time is that you can accomplish almost anything without spending any money.

I know that in the past summer, it was hard for me to achieve that feat. I had to spend a lot of money on clothes, shoes, and bags to get things I needed to do. I’m not sure what the summer did for my list, other than it didn’t seem to be as complicated and expensive.

Yes, I am sure the summer took away the list-making. I know that I have a list of things I have to do this year, but I am not sure exactly what that list is. I have a list of things that I need to do this year, but I don’t know what the list is. I have a list of things that I have to do this year, but I dont know where that list goes.

This week I’ve been dealing with a series of really confusing email messages that came in from a new customer service representative. I’m not sure if there is a pattern to these emails, but I’m hoping I can figure it out. I’ve been getting a lot of these emails lately, and it’s not unusual for me to try and respond to them.

The first one was about a customer service representative who wanted me to give him my credit card info. I had already given him my information to another customer service rep who was in charge of this customer service rep. I told him that I did not want to give out my card information because I was not a regular customer. He then said that I could give him my name and address and he would give me the number to call for a credit card.

A few hours later the same customer service rep called me to ask me again if I wanted to give him my address and phone number. I told him that I would give it to him and that I was not a regular customer. The customer service rep asked me to tell him that I had given him my address and phone number the first time. I replied that I was not a regular customer. He then asked me to tell him if I was a regular customer.

There are a lot of customers who would be very angry at this rep’s response. Maybe he thought I was trying to trick him or maybe he had some kind of vendetta against me. Either way, that was pretty lame of him. It’s also very easy to explain to someone who may have no idea who you are and who doesn’t have a clue what you’re selling or how you feel, but would very much like to take a look at your business.

I have no idea what this guy is talking about. But if he came to me and said “I want to buy you a drink”, I would definitely tell him to fuck off and do it on his own. I would also tell him if he ever told me my real name again that I would be pissed.

Well, the short answer is that he doesn’t seem to have any money, so I’m glad it wasn’t me that he wanted to buy you a drink. The long answer is that he’s a dick.

You have a good point. He seemed like a dick, but then he may just have been trolling us. You’re right, we might have been a little bit too nice.