Sales pitch for Blogophilia 11.6


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Written for B is for Blogophilia

A smaller example of the sales pitch

A smaller example of the sales pitch

At the alabaster plant – the embodiment of the phrase:  Never, never, never give up

At the alabaster plant – the embodiment of the phrase: Never, never, never give up

Obviously restraining elements were used on these beasts taking a walk in the road

Obviously restraining elements were used on these beasts taking a walk in the road

Telemarketers - desert style

Telemarketers – desert style

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Unfortunately we didn’t get any shots of the vendors, unlike telemarketers on whom you can simply hang up the phone, chasing and cajoling us to buy their merchandise, while thrusting their goods into our hands.

written for:

Blogophilia Week 11.6 Topic: Restraining Elements

Bonus Points:

(Hard, 2 pts): Quote Winston Churchill

(Easy, 1 pt): Incorporate telemarketers

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26 Responses to Sales pitch for Blogophilia 11.6

  1. kim says:

    Love your pics and hreat story telling thru them.

  2. They exist everywhere. “Oh, Good Stranger, see my stuff.”

  3. Mae Clair says:

    Great photos! I like the telemarketer reference 🙂

  4. Wow, phenomenal photoblog…. wonderful way to weave the prompts together with an exotic blend. Just goes to show you can never escape telemarketers anywhere in the world. Love it!!!!

  5. Tyler/Chuck says:

    Every time Barb comes back from China she has a story about a vendor chasing/following her around the market because she said no and they weren’t going to accept that answer.

  6. Sue says:

    One of the problems was very few tourists We were on holiday and they need it more than I do

  7. trev says:

    I love the first one, the sales pitch man with his token flag fluttering away and totally disinterested lol… The alabaster plant looked messy Sue… but I loved the heat haze with the palms and the donkey in the foreground, you can almost feel the heat coming out of the picture Sue…
    The telemarketers desert style looked more like a road block… ahahahha…
    but the small Pharaoh’s Bazar looks like a bar sign Sue!!…
    I love your picture blogs… you have a good eye with a camera Sue… brilliant xxx

  8. Marvin says:

    🙂 I got a real chuckle out of the sign “Small Pharaoh’s Bazar! Made me think about those old “The Little King” cartoons! 8 points Earthling! 🙂

  9. Hahaha love that. We have vendors like that in my country as well. 🙂

  10. Sherrey Meyer says:

    Great post, Sue!

  11. Liam says:

    nice way to incorporate the pic in the story telling

  12. blue fool says:

    If I ever get to go visit othere countries, I hope that I do not get caught up in the shopping frenzies!
    Love the pics!

  13. Doris Emmett says:

    Great pictures SassySue…and blog so very cleverly done!

  14. Sometimes it’s darn hard to stay cool/friendly when you’re being set upon by hoards of venders 😉

    …and yes, I would know, especially after just getting back from Mexico 😉

    Love all the pics 😀

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