Oh a "time waster" can lurk just about anywhere, at any time ... From those "I used to (or my dad) have one of those ... " to someone that just wants to reminisce, at a show or a public toilet (something I always worry about as to the location of the next waster ... Supermarket checkout even, sometimes ...) So an advert for a car is their haunt a bit like a Moth into a bright light as we say, late at night after suitable mind altering / bending substances have been imbibed. Don't always blame the Grape or the Grain, ether ... A time waster can be heavily disguised at times too sometimes, they'll wear a smart suit or maybe a Uniform of nationally well known institution(s). They will simply call you up and speak to you on the Telephone and introduce themselves in a way which takes you "off guard" and before long, a whole hour of your life has evaporated. Mrs NMV has a "friend" who lives in the greater Liverpool area (I know the telephone number, when it shows up on the display, I refuse to answer it) whole afternoons seem to pass unnoticed. I can cut lawns, wash dishes, clean the car, walk the dog (and next doors) Mrs NMV is completely oblivious AND what makes it worse, the whole time my wife is listening (no conversation) well let's not go there
The secret (I believe) is to get inside of the time wasters head and if on the rare occasions I have time, waste more of their time, than mine, if that makes any sense
Simply adding the "phrase" (no time wasters) to your advert, acts as a bright flashing beacon for the time waster .... Attracted like Moths .... As for those who knock on the door - Lets not even GO there ..........
Life begins at Forty !... I was born with nothing, I seem to have most of it left.
2006 Baby Blue Hyundai Getz 1.4 CDX, Auto (yes I know, I know, but you'd be surprised, I was !)
1989 White and Navy Blue V.W. Golf Cabriolet (G.T.i.)