So I have to go and run some errands earlier, and I come home to find a sign advertising 1-800-SPA-SALE stuck in my yard. Not in the common area, but in my yard. So I toss it in the garbage, and then call the number.
First the dude just answers as "Hello," sounding half-drunk.
"Yeah, is this 1-800-SPA-SALE?"
After a pause, he says, "Uh, yeah."
"Y'know, I came home today, and I found a sign in my yard from your company, and I really don't appreciate it."
"There was a sign from your company placed in my private property sometime this morning--
(And obviously, I'm getting a little irritated at this point.) "Look, your sign was in my yard today. I've got family coming up for Christmas, and I don't want them to see junk in my yard."
"Look, I'm not repeating myself again. Please tell whoever places your signs to make sure not to put them in people's yards. It's trespassing."
(And I hung up.)
Thirty seconds later, the phone rings from a number I don't recognize. I'm not stupid; I know who it is. So I answer the phone.
"You know that sign that was in your yard? What you need to do is roll it up real tight, and shove it up your ***."
"Yeah, real creative, buddy." (Click.)
It boggles my mind that idiots with their own business, who have the resources to put up all these signs, don't have the frigging common sense to just politely say, "Okay, I'll tell Garry (or some other made up name) to be more careful."
'Cause this dumbarse doesn't know if I need a spa or not. But I'm sure as hell going to tell everyone I can that the company's run by a jack***.
BTW, I searched online to find info on who's behind the company. Apparently they're notorious for this over the entire nation, and pass the buck whenever confronted with silly things like trespassing and litter laws.
But, hey, my number is unlisted and restricted to caller ID. So this moron wasted his money with *69.
If you have a blocked number, give this dork a call and bust his chops, 'kay?