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    [–] People honestly believe that I don't love my fiancé just because I am cheating on him buriedbythesound 1 points ago in stupidslutsclub

    I think from what you’ve posted here and elsewhere that you do love him. I think that the challenge you might find yourself in is you love the kink more.

    I read through some of your posts and you mentioned that he found out you had a tinder account and you were able to get past it. Once you did you jumped right back into things knowing how he felt. I’m not judging at all, I think you have a strong hold on what your sexual needs are.

    I think the question you have to ask yourself is what’s your end game? If you think you guys are forever then at some point you’re probably going to have to end exploring the kink or risk discovery, particularly when the long distance portion of your relationship ends. Which one sounds less horrible?

    [–] But it was FREE!!!! buriedbythesound 103 points ago in TalesFromRetail

    I picked up an iPad this way and I remember the salesman telling me 3 or 4 different ways that though it was free I had to pay the 10 dollar monthly access charge and couldn't cancel it without a penalty. I was afraid he thought I was slow and now I understand.

    [–] When has a salesman talked himself right out of a sale to you? buriedbythesound 5 points ago in AskReddit

    Yeah add ons and the like are hard to predict because the value is in the eye of the buyer. I would say that OEM parts typically aren't going to have a negative impact on value but they certainly don't bring a significant increase in value either.

    In conclusion, this is a garbage dealer.

    [–] When has a salesman talked himself right out of a sale to you? buriedbythesound 2 points ago in AskReddit

    I know I'm late to the party but these guys suck. You are not picky. Is this an independent or a franchised dealer?

    This is a gross over generalization but not anymore so than some of the gross generalizations already in this comment string so here goes.

    Used cars are almost always going to have more profit in them then New because there aren't really two identical used cars out there. That being said, used cars aren't "all profit" as mentioned earlier in this thread.

    My best advice to you would be to understand how most franchised dealers approach their selling style on used cars today. They use marketing software that tracks the average day supply pricing and mileage of vehicles like there's. When you have a low day supply typically prices will be higher as the commodity as rarer just like in any other business.

    These strategies also teach you that you need to turn your inventory over quickly. Most use a goal of not having a used vehicle any longer than 60 days and adjusting your price according to market at a minimum of every 15 days...

    then you have your dinosaurs in the business. they havent adjusted their business model and dont take any of that into consideration. these are literally a dyng breed but it happens. I would guess you talked to one of them.

    Also as sort of an aside (before I get off my soapbox) I often read these comments about car sales and there is always bad information from people that just haven't spent enough time in the business to not realize they don't know as much as they think. A great and easily available source to understanding profitability and average mark up in today's market is by looking at what the big publicly traded auto dealer groups average. They are required to report this as part of their stock filings so you can learn what they average on all types of sales.

    Enjoy!

    [–] Used car manager tries wrong customer. buriedbythesound 17 points ago in ProRevenge

    This is more like fraud than revenge imo

    [–] Subscription To Revenge buriedbythesound 6 points ago in ProRevenge

    Textbook petty revenge, not pro.