See Part 1 here
I was having a bad day anyway. Driving, too much on the go: the apartment, moving, no sale on the house, a sense of poverty, thinking this effin' new car, even on a lease was a poor decision even 3 months ago when life appeared financially rosier.
"And the tires," she added next,"They're in bad shape."Did you ever feel you're part of a movie and you're the only one without a script?
"Yes, I know, an extra 3 months on the lease would have such an effect."
"We have to charge you for those too."
"This is outrageous, I can't see how you can get away with these ripoffs."
I lost it, dear reader. So much so that she ran off to negotiate a "discount" for the tires on a used car. Built into the new lease.
At that point, the sales guy came over and said,
"Wait till you see your new car!"
You know the feeling then.
To be continued....................