we actually bought a kirby vacuum---best investment ever!
wild sex again...
its their job i am polite. if i have thetime i listen . i rarely buy anything because they sell useless stuff:)
pretend that I am not home
Partly I feel sorry for them cause I too was a door to door sales man (lasted 5 months) then my other reaction is... HIDE!
Don't open the door
You people still exist?
My rural secluded house is at the end of a six hundred foot private drive. I invite him to leave.
So I just had another guy visiting my house. It was the 8th time this year only. As a *nice and polite* citizen, I have no clue how they can annoy people that much, but anyways, they have visited me again. This time, he was visiting for our water heater. They have a LOT of reasons to step into my house, such as furnaces, water heaters, fireplaces, gas, electricity, whatever blah blah that I don't even care about and is currently working like a charm. So what I usually (used to) do is to tell them that I feel sorry about me not being interested, and just refuse them to come in for at least 954,124,000 times until they give up. (Uh-uh, I don't think you're putting that foot on MY floor, dawg. #SorryNotSorry) One time, I actually let one in *accidentally*, and I had to talk to him (actually listen to him blurbing about how I should get one of their water heaters) for literally 4 hours. 4 HOURS. I had a whole ton of work to do, and I spent my legit 4 hours listening to him. (I am the kind of person who feels bad when refusing something from someone because I feel like I am being rude) After then, I just refuse them at the door. (I blame that guy for making me to stay up all night to finish my work. FFKK YOU!!!!!)<br />
So, here are my tips.<br />
1. Stand the closest to the door.<br />
This will prevent them from putting their feet in your house as it's their first step to *check your furnace*. No space for them to step in = more likely to just say farewell.<br />
2. Open your door for like 10 cm so that the salesperson can at least see your face but can't step in. <br />
Similar equation as first tip.<br />
3. Keep the smile on your face but not "to your lovely son/daughter/lover/parents" smile face, just formal "haha excuse me would you mind if I close the window?" kind of smile. It will give them impact of you that you don't want any of that stuff, but politely.<br />
4. Just don't open the door and keep doing what you were doing. They will go. If not, call the police. S-I-M-P-L-E.<br />
So, good luck m8s, hope you can refuse them without any physical contacts or getting police envolved. Peace out!