Roisin Dubh (aoibhinn) wrote in bad_service,
Roisin Dubh

More annoying than bad

I went to look at a house the other day, and in my neighborhood, parking is on the street... It's a very old neighborhood (mostly 1920's houses) and so most houses don't have driveways. There was no parking in front of the house, or anywhere on the block, so I had to drive around and park a block away. Not a big deal, but when we left, the agent got into her car... which was parked right in front of the house! Maybe it's just me, but if I were showing a house and there was only one parking spot left in front of the house, I would leave it open for the potential buyer, wouldn't you?

EDIT: let me explain. I drive by this house about 18 times a day. I had driven by ealier that day. When I came back, no cars had moved. No new cars were there. the only new car, was her car. I'm not saying OMG WHAT A BITCH... most work places that I have ever worked for or known of ask you to park farther away from your workplace so that customers can park closer. yikes.
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