Friday, June 8, 2012

God Don't Like Ugly

Where there is opportunity, there is opposition.  I finally sold my car today after a few weeks of hesitation, going back and forth on offers, and I can't begin to talk about how many little "deals" I thought I had that panned out to be "No Deals".  I am glad this part of the process is over.  The transaction wasn't as painful as I thought maybe it would've been. It did have it's share of moments when I thought I might have to bust out some Jujitsu on folk, or a least rip them a new one!  I think a big black belt to just whip some rass would do it.

So, here's what happened.  Said buyer, test drives my car and brings it back.  Buyer is disappointed that there is something new wrong with the car not noticed before.  It is dripping alot of oil!  There was a nice steady drip of oil too.  By this time I think I was trying to retract the horns I felt growing out of the sides of my head.

Oh hell no it was not dripping oil until you took it somewhere and brought it back. <---That was my reaction.  Boy stop!

God don't like ugly!  

Needless to say, I held my ground and stuck with my asking price.  In my mind I was thinking: You better go back down the street and tighten up what you loosened.  That oil dripping = $100 off the asking price in his mind.  Excuse me while I laugh!  Did he cause the dripping oil I have NEVER seen in the 3 years I've owned the car?  I don't know, but in the order of things, it's not looking like he didn't cause that leaking foolishness on purpose to get me to lower the price of car yet another $100 or $200.  Uhm...No!  I neglected to mention that said Buyer planned on reselling the car to a new owner, which I had no problem with and I'm not knocking the hustle, just don't try to low ball me and shit me so you can make twice as much as you bought it for.  I was already $600 lower than my original asking price.  Seriously?  I think I'm too nice.  Anyway.

It is just a shame how people think they can just get over on you and you're not supposed to know.  To make a long story short, I sold the car "As Is" and he went on his way.  Sometimes people just don't realize who they are calling themselves trying to run the okey doke on.  Be that as it may, I was able to sell the car and move on with my packing, selling, giving, or throwing away operation.  For this I am thankful to God.

Like I said before, God don't like ugly.  Don't play with or test it.  You will lose one hundred times more than you tried to gain using your evil ways.  You reap what you sow and Karma is a mean azz Heffa!  God don't like ugly, but He gives you a chance and forgives.  Karma don't care and she forgets nothing.  You will pay, good or bad, either way.

Thank you and good night!