Exposure will not make you rich.
Okay, so that might not be 100% true since good exposure can make your business progress really fast, but at the same time it will not pay your bills. However these days it seems that so many people are ‘paying’ in exposure rather than actual cash.
Do they think its the new bitcoin or something? Many people have to deal with this especially if you’re an artist, writer or do anything remotely creative. Because who cares about all the hard work and hours you put into it right?
That is what this florist had to deal with. Now I am well aware that weddings can be expensive but if you can’t afford it then either omit it or go for cheaper alternatives. Apparently, this bride wanted what she wanted for free nonetheless.
Scroll on below and take a look at what the florist had to say.
The picture really does look extravagant.
But as expected, it’s gonna cost a lot too.
The florist even suggested an alternative.
She even explained why she was asking for that much money.
But the bride had something else in mind.
This is not really ‘asking’ for her, is it?
But the florist kept her cool and answered as professionally as she could.
She honestly did better than me.
People should really stop asking for free work.
The math checks out.
I hope it didn’t work.
And your price should reflect that.
If I think something is overpriced or not in my budget, I move on.
Sure, there is no harm in haggling, but this bride just wanted free labor.
It really is.
I myself have heard this so many times.
Because she doesn’t like cheap things or something?
Not really cheap, but what do I know?
That’s kind of you.
Glad she stood up for herself.
I wish she said that.
It’s sometimes hard to be rude back.
Of course not, this bride was a special snowflake.
Has something like this ever happened to you? Comment down below and let us know.