Yeah really! Lol My wife would go nuts though...Too bad the note wasn't left by a hot girl
Haha agreed!Haha! Oh jamaal
I though the exact same thing!Nice hand writing.
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If I was looking for help, I'd really consider calling him. I'm overly staffed now... I never thought of doing something like this though. LolProbably thought you were driving a $300,000 Ferrari! Great story; thanks!
Do you hire him yet?
I did not know that, I'll have to check out that movie.That is a take off on the true life story Chris Gardner- who was out in Ca, and saw someone driving a nice sports car and asked him that- what do you do and how can I do it. The movie- The Pursuit of Happiness was done on his story.
Lol!Maybe Jamaal is a good car wash person! You can hire him as your own car butler.
Yeah, now that you mentioned that, good point!!I have to give it to Jamaal that's a novel way to introduce himself... Though he might have been better served by acknowledging the beautiful car first!
That would have been over the top. The beautiful car was implied by the letter. So beautiful he had to write you a letter. He made an assumption that this car couldn't belong to a guy making $50k a year living at his moms house with no expenses and some handed down cash his grandpa gave him.I have to give it to Jamaal that's a novel way to introduce himself... Though he might have been better served by acknowledging the beautiful car first!
Don't feel bad. You don't know what people "will never be able to afford this car". You relied on "luck"? Are you sure you can afford this car?I just feel bad for the people that will never be able to afford this car, no matter how hard they work. Life sucks for some people. Not for me though. I am a lucky man.
Yeah, when I first saw the note... I stopped looked around..... Open the letter.... Then DAMN! LolI was hoping for the hot chick story!
I agree to an extent, some people are born into money while some work their a$$es off to get there... I'm in the middle here... I'm very fortunate to be where I am in life... My grandparents and parents decisions in their life, reflects into my life. We own our own business and we are very successful at it. It's not gravy though, I work 6 days a week, 11 hours a day and never have off ANY holidays.. Including Christmas Day! I take the good with the bad, money is great but the time and hours suck.I just feel bad for the people that will never be able to afford this car, no matter how hard they work. Life sucks for some people. Not for me though. I am a lucky man.
Some don't choose the right road to spin their wheels on.Lucky in the sense that I've been spinning my wheels and getting some traction. Others spin their wheels and go nowhere.