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What is it with most celebrities that in spite of their huge earnings, there is always that craving to want and get excited about getting gifts, freebies, or just about anything that is free?
Television Personality TP and her "partner" went out to dine in a posh restaurant specializing in pricey steaks. TP sought out the Restaurant Manager RM and told her that she would tweet about her dining experience in the place and put a photo of the food and steak in her social media account(s). RM was surprised with the gesture and thanked her. Right at the moment, TP took the opportunity to request for a discount for the effort. In other words: TP wanted an ex-deal for tweeting! MR although caught off-guard, was kind enough to grant her a big discount.
The next time around, TP went to the restaurant again. And once again, she had a chat with RM and told her that the previous tweets she did about the restaurant had resulted in so many responses (retweets, favorites), and explained to RM with pride that this kind of interaction will mean more sales and business for the restaurant. RM was more generous this time and gave TP free dinner! Of course, TP was more than delighted.
The third time, TP went there again, requested to talk to the manager once more, perhaps hoping for a special treatment. But alas, TP was told that RM was not at the restaurant at that time. For the first time, MP had her dinner – paid without discount. But unknown to her, RM was just around the restaurant all the while. She just decided to hide from TP as her request for discount is getting to be a habit – a big, bad habit for business.
"Unfortunately some people prey on the kindness of others, which they see as a weakness to be exploited." - Resistance
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