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How I Bought a Car at Yorkdale Toyota Toronto

My notes on the experience of being a component of a long running transaction

Waiting for a car is like killing time, but at least I'll have a killer ride when it finally arrives

Customer: "The word 'queue' has four consecutive silent letters, and I remained silent for four consecutive months patiently waiting for my car. But my patience has limits, and those limits are being tested. "
Salesperson: "You waited silently for four months for your car like a pro, and now you're complaining? The 'queue' would be disappointed."

Customer: "I've been waiting for my new car for so long. No car. No communication. Nothing."
Salesperson: "I understand your frustration with you each and every day until the end of the age..."
Customer: "Is it going to take that long for me to receive my car?"
Salesperson: "No, but it'll feel like it."

Customer: "I've been waiting for six months for my car to be delivered, and it's starting to feel like an eternity."
Salesperson: "Patience is a virtue, my dear customer. But then again, so is a timely delivery. Unfortunately, we can't always have it both ways."

Customer: "I've been waiting for my car for very long."
Salesperson: "Rome wasn't built in a day, so wasn't your car."
Customer: "I just found out it was built in a day by a group of super-efficient robots."
Salesperson: "So was Rome."

Customer: "I've been waiting for my car for six months."
Salesperson: "You're waiting for your car? Your car is probably waiting for you too, but with better snacks."

Customer: "I've been waiting for my car for six months."
Salesperson: "To sit and wait for a princess, your Dad must be the king. But in this case, your car is your princess and it will come to your castle soon."

Customer: "I've been waiting for six months for my car. I can't take it anymore. The waiting. The wanting. Something inside me registers: this is very serious."
Salesperson: "Why waiting for your ship to come in? Just swim to it!"
Customer: "Are you kidding me? I can't swim! My car is my lifeboat."

Buying RAV 4
Waiting for a car is like killing time, but don't worry, the car will be the death of your waiting.

Waiting for a car is like killing time, but at least time is a willing victim.

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