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A No Is Indeed A No

Fallout 4 Pushing gym memberships

Exploiting people’s insecurities is a no-no. Especially when it looks like the seller himself is too weak to pull his own pants up.

 

How to fall for sales tactics

Seller: You look like one who needs a great gym membership.

Me: What? Uhm. Why?

Seller: Everybody needs to stay in shape. Listen to this offer bla bla bla *regurgitating quasi-scientific mumbo jumbo*

Me: *Buys unnecessarily expensive membership plan*

Or:

Seller: You sure look like you –

Me: I really don’t need a gym membership.

Seller: Sure you do.

Me: *TRIGGERED*

Also Me: *signs up for expensive plan to show him I’m not a wimp*

 

How to not get pulled in

Seller: You look like one who needs a great gym membership.

Me: So do you.


To all gym membership-pushers: 

I want to have a heart attack in front of my computer, while happy. Not at the gym, drenched in sweat.

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4 Comments on A No Is Indeed A No

  1. You are right, but sadly this is done in most advertising, they make us feel like we need to buy all that stuff so they earn money 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  2. haha they are a necessary evil, but some ads take it too far!

    Liked by 1 person

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