Paper writer shows interest in car with “slight signs of wear”
Created: 10/01/2022 10:58 am
If the damage is too great, nobody is usually interested in a vehicle - not a note writer from Berlin.
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A note-taker recently left a note on a car.
He would like to buy the vehicle – despite the “slight signs of wear”, as Instagram users scoff.
Fuel prices are skyrocketing, groceries are also becoming more expensive - of course savings are being made everywhere.
It is not clear whether this is also the reason why an unknown person left a bizarre note on a vehicle.
Bizarre because the car is definitely not in perfect condition anymore.
A photo of the vehicle made it onto the "notesofberlin" Instagram channel.
Curious notes and notices about Berlin that were sent in by users are regularly shared here.
This text has already appeared in the past.
He was of particular interest to many readers.
That's why we're offering it again.
"Even with all the damage": Zettelschreiber shows interest in the vehicle
"Hello, I am interested in your vehicle, even with all the damage," says a note that was left on the said car and which can be seen in the photo.
"If you want to sell your vehicle, give me a call.
I ask for your understanding.” However, it is only on the second photo that you can see the extent of the damage:
the entire front of the car is destroyed, apparently there was a fire under the bonnet
– definitely not something that requires little money would be repairable.
"Every pot finds its lid," the operators of the Instagram channel ironically title the pictures.
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Other Instagram users get on it and find that the vehicle – which, by the way, is a taxi – can be made roadworthy again “with a bit of tape”.
Another user describes the vehicle with the typical words: "
slight signs of wear
Someone else says, "For Tinder bio I'll take: 'I hope you're interested in me, even with all the damage.'"
A user is also confused by the sentence "I ask for your understanding", with which the note writer concludes his note: "Did the note writer torch it himself?
'Sorry for messing up the car a bit, hope you're okay with my method of negotiating the purchase price.'” the person asks.
Unfortunately, there is no answer to this - but it always makes you smile.
The post has since been
liked almost 5,000 times
on Instagram .