Anything I Can Do, You Can Do Better

Although I am a true Northwesterner, I lived in the South for a few years, so I feel qualified to speak on it.  Now, one of the things the South is well-known for is doing things a little slowly.  I don’t mean that in a condescending way, because when you are trying to get through the day when it is 90 degrees out and 85% humidity, you just can’t think or move very quickly (I certainly didn’t when I lived there).  But in today’s world where time is money, doing things too slowly just doesn’t cut it.  So what’s the answer when you can’t be bothered to sweat it out and clean up an apartment your resident just moved out of for quick turnaround?

(As seen in Tallahassee)

The post goes on to explain:

“The unit was trashed by previous tenants and needs full cleaning.  If you perform ALL cleaning, you can move in TODAY for free and not pay rent til’ January 1st.”

Did anyone else notice the misplaced apostrophe on “til”?  No, just me?  *Sighs*

They also explain that the “pics below are of similar unit, NOT exact unit pictured.”

I wish they had posted the actual apartment though, cause I’d love to see what kind of mess these people left behind.  My only question is, isn’t the deposit that people pay when they move into an apartment used by the manager to clean up / fix the apartment after you move out?  Oh, and isn’t that the manager’s job anyway?

Hm.  Well, I guess I can’t blame the guy – I bet he hates cleaning his own room, let alone having to do it for someone else…

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