Friendships and shopkeeping

I would only expect bargainers, shopkeepers and people who dont make an effort to keep in touch with their friends to follow this post.
A customer hits a roadblock when a shopkeeper doesn’t budge at any cost from a certain price. *Conditions apply.
If the customer is ready to pay that price, then both are happy, the customer and the shopkeeper.
The shopkeeper will continue to find such customers who are willing to pay this price and his ego and pocket are well fed.
What happens if the customer gives up on bargaining and also decides not to buy from this shopkeeper?
What happens if the customer finds another shop?

Every shopkeeper goes through this phase when he/she doesnt care if he/she sells this item or not.
This phase is backed by the confidence of a flourishing business either from other customers or the same customer will eventually realise he can’t find the same item anywhere else at a lower price.

Yes, i find a strange similarity between the customer and those people who don’t keep in touch with their friends.

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3 thoughts on “Friendships and shopkeeping

    • Re: ur such a shopkeeper! mba hypocrite πŸ˜›

      Thu! anonymous it seems!! bloody. yeah, i haven’t kept in touch, you’ll soon know why! πŸ™‚ May be my fingers are chopped off and how difficult it is to type and stuff.

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      • Re: ur such a shopkeeper! mba hypocrite πŸ˜›

        I sent that as anonymous by mistake but now im sorta enjoying it cuz i kinda know u know who it is πŸ˜› n dude! the phone wasn’t just invented to send smses! there’s something like calling u know!? nut! πŸ˜›

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