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Clients From Hell 10h
Replying to @Hexvalues
You are very welcome!
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Clients From Hell 10h
This is a very funny joke please like it.
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Clients From Hell 10h
It's okay. We've all been their.
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Clients From Hell 11h
Going through the archive and this story gave me a seizure.
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Juu@Komiket 12h
Replying to @Introbulus @clientsfh
What a suspiciously specific denial.
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Hasuntop 23h
Replying to @DewShpag
..you like it but then someone points out something that opens your eyes to it and you think maybe— *I tune out* Me: ok yes you have a point, don't worry I got it Client: you sure? Me: yes Client: can you repeat what I just said Me: *thinks about how much I'm being paid for this*
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Hasuntop 23h
Replying to @DewShpag
*goes on to explain while I'm furiously yet defeatedly rubbing my forehead in agony and saying "yes" on the speakerphone* Client: don't you feel that way? Me: no not really that's why I gave you the version I sent Client: *sighs* you know sometimes when you do something...
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Hasuntop 23h
Replying to @DewShpag
Client: when I first saw the video I liked it but after thinking about it got a while I think we should... *Goes over edits Me: so you want it the same way we did it in the first draft Client: no you don't get it
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Hasuntop 23h
*10 minutes on the phone with client for a video project I've been working on for 4 months on and off* Client: I have some edits, do you have the video open? Me: I'm sorry but I'm working on another video right now, can you email me the edits? Client: no I need to say the edits.
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Hasuntop 23h
Replying to @clientsfh
Me: in a nutshell you want to reduce the number of repeated stuff etc Client: yes yes but how Me: *reads out the notes I was writing down* Client: well no. Me: *goes to the 4th floor to jump out a window* Me: so you want to remove one shot? Client: yes that's it *Cc:
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Amarnath 19h
Why do I get the feeling that the English I learnt at school is different from what the clients were thought.
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YouCanCallMeKnuckles(unlikeSonicIdon'tchuckle) 17h
Replying to @clientsfh
"But it certainly wasn't the fault of bad management!" - Management
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Clients From Hell 16h
Client: Do you like scavenger hunts? Me: No, why? Client: No reason. Anyway, here are my files. *dumps bin*
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Clients From Hell 17h
Me: So you'll be managing this project? Client: Depends on what you mean by "managing." Me: *BACKS AWAY*.
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Ghoulbert 🎃 Geist Oct 16
Replying to @clientsfh
Be sure to give the animation plenty of water and rest, all that running up in to somersaults must be tiring.
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OrcishLibrarian Oct 15
So, an artist or crafter quotes you a price that you can't afford. You MAY: - Ask politely about lower-cost options or payment plans. - Decline politely, saying "thank you for your time." You MAY NOT: - Yell at the artist that their prices are "too high."
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Clients From Hell Oct 16
Client: $100 for a business promotion? Seems expensive. Same Client: $1000 for a portrait of me vaping? RAD!
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Clients From Hell Oct 16
Client: All I'm asking is that you bend the laws of time and space - I don't know why that's so hard.
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YouCanCallMeKnuckles(unlikeSonicIdon'tchuckle) Oct 15
Replying to @clientsfh
A good sign to seek a different client.
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Clients From Hell Oct 15
Replying to @Introbulus
Truth - if you know they fudge numbers, they're more likely to fudge your paycheck.
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