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post #136 of 145
What a douchebag! If he wants something that bad, go to the store and pay full retail and he can get it when he wants it. People like that irritate the crap out of me. Sorry you had to deal with a prick like that. Remember, most people are not like that.
post #137 of 145
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Originally Posted by holymadness View Post
We all know what needs to happen here... out him!

i concur.

maybe a start for good / bad forum buyers / sellers category.
post #138 of 145
um, they already resolved their differences, i believe. a few pages ago. no need to keep piling on
post #139 of 145
Gah, this buyer was cut a good deal and then has to play hard-ass with the seller. What an amazing amount of self-absorption and sense of entitlement. For fuck's sake this is a forum for regular people to sell their clothing, and this guy thinks issues with the seller's family should be put on the back burner just so he can get his goddamn shirts! The buyer asks us how we would feel if we were in his shoes? Well, how about YOU thinking about how it would be in the seller's shoes?
post #140 of 145
OK, OK, happy ending. FStyles, props for the public about-face. I hope the lesson here is that the seller got a lot of sympathy because your expectations were not in sync with community standards, but I guess you've figured that out. Welcome to SF.
post #141 of 145
This is not E-Bay, this is Style Forum - a community where people kind of know each other. There are different expectations and allowances that are accepted. I think problems occur when people don't know that.

I've been very happy with all my SF purchases so far, unlike E-Bay.
post #142 of 145
Guys........I get it. - promise. Orig poster+ I have shaken hands. He even came over and played with my cat. My problem was being untrusting in a trusted place. For thos of you who are STILL mad, my bad. Can't really do much more for ya'll. But trust me, there's more to be mad about in this world than a silly buyer on a forum who got his panties tied in abunch over some dumb shit.
Dfj

[QUOTE kdjfu= kemaanum;1855580]What a douchebag! If he wants something that bad, go to the store and pay full retail and he can get it when he wants it. People like that irritate the crap out of me. Sorry you had to deal with a prick like that. Remember, most people are not like that.[/quote]
post #143 of 145
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Originally Posted by NOLA1 View Post
unless we are not hearing the whole story that buyer is a total butthole.

+1. . . .
post #144 of 145
Thanks dude. I appreciate it. Guys do dumb sh**. We fu** up. Men apologize when they realize this and modify their acttons thereafter. Peacee out.
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Originally Posted by grimslade View Post
OK, OK, happy ending. FStyles, props for the public about-face. I hope the lesson here is that the seller got a lot of sympathy because your expectations were not in sync with community standards, but I guess you've figured that out. Welcome to SF.
post #145 of 145
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Originally Posted by FStyles View Post
Guys........I get it. - promise. Orig poster+ I have shaken hands. He even came over and played with my cat. My problem was being untrusting in a trusted place. For thos of you who are STILL mad, my bad. Can't really do much more for ya'll. But trust me, there's more to be mad about in this world than a silly buyer on a forum who got his panties tied in abunch over some dumb shit.
Dfj

FStyles,

You have shown a lot of style here. Respect and props to you.

Time to let this thread die......
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