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$1 saving. Better jump on this.
If you actually try to buy it, it'll be $500 off.
So? Does it being $1 off in other stores make it somehow not still $1 off here? I question your reasoning abilities.
A snarky commentor gets a snarky comment. If you can't handle the heat, get out of the kitchen.
I think I handled it just fine. I gave your snarky response the same snarky treatment you gave me for my snarky comment, and yet here you are bringing up the "rule of snark" and randomly attributing to me the incapacity to handle said snark, with no evidence to support it. So I can only imagine you're making up for your own incapacity to handle the aforementioned snark. 🤷🏻♂️
The fact that you are correcting people for a $1 difference and questioning math abilities on other comments means that you are just a snarky commentor that has nothing better to do. When I provide evidence that indeed you would be saving $500 from the market price or let others know that there is actually a $500 credit at checkout, you respond with "so?" and get defensive by questioning my reasoning abilities. If you cannot objectively look at something without being snarky, I believe you're not handling "it just fine" and should just stay out of the kitchen (or in this case, the comments section).
You clearly presented that bit of evidence in an attempt to reinforce your argument that the price is $500 off rather than $501, as is obvious from the fact that you quoted my joke about the math from an entirely different comment. But the price also being $1 lower at other retailers does nullify the fact that it is $1 off the price listed here, so your "evidence" doesn't actually further the point you were trying to make against me, as I stated in my response. It has nothing to do with getting defensive; you're just wrong. Granted you're wrong regarding a joke about $1, and at the end of the day, I give absolutely 0 f***s about it, but you're just as guilty as I am in escalating it this far.
I'm just responding normally but it seems like I've tapped a nerve. If you have something constructive to say, by all means, I encourage you to do it. I think you've just picked the wrong opponent this time around. I'm not sure what I'm guilty of but I don't appreciate snarky comments on comments that were meant to be informative.
Continuing to backtrack and contradict yourself, I see. How is it that you're "just responding normally" when you clearly stated two comments before that not only did my being a snarky commenter warrant a snarky comment back from you, but also that you believed you saw evidence that I could not handle the snark coming from you, thereby confirming that you believed yourself that you were responding in a snarky manner?
You do realize that my "snarky" comment was just your own comment that you made on someone else's comment right? So the snarky commentor (you) deserved a snarky comment (the one made by you). I would say based on the words that you've chosen, you're responding quite defensively compared to me which is why I believe that I'm responding normally. My point was just to point out that there's no reason to respond in the way you did if you're not going to be adding anything constructive to the conversation. If you really want to get technical about the $500 off, my statement that trying to buy the product currently listed at $3,499 drops down to $2,999 in your cart which is $500 off. If you actually looked at the product and was serious about buying it rather than just trying to be a troll, you would see that what I said was perfectly fine. Anyways, if you want to get the last word, go ahead. I'm done responding to you now. Thanks
Haven't seen so much snark in a long time.