“So, You’re Selling . . . . a Worm??”
Given my job in real estate sales, I’m on the receiving end of any number of sales pitches.
Some are quite professional; others, well, less so.
An example of the latter would be this one, from my in-box earlier this week:
“I am hereby offering my 2.5% Partnership interest in [XYZ]. I wish to complete the sale ASAP, for personal reasons. As I prefer a quick sale, I do not expect the full ‘book value.’ If you know someone who is interested, please email me immediately; the early bird will get the worm.”
I suppose that’s still better than “Hurry, This Won’t Last!,” “Priced to Sell!,” etc.
P.S.: What’s worse than a single worm? A can of worms (sorry).