My 19-year-old daughter asked me to have an inexpensive print
My 19-year-old daughter asked me to have an inexpensive print framed that she bought at an art museum (a Degas ballerina). I asked the man at the counter -- French and snooty -- to put something together for me. Result? $175. When I asked for something less expensive, he got upset and ruder. When I told him I'd spend up to $100, he told me he'd pick out something for me. I asked him to show me what he had in mind, but he refused. In other words, he wanted me to buy something sight unseen. I declined and went to a competitor, which did a great job for $100. I even got to see what I was buying before I paid.
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