Modifications are annoying and tedious. I’m sure we all share that same “oh no!” feeling when the REJECTED stuff happens. After all, it could be reasonable, or insane, or furious, or anything. There’s no way to know.
So today I had a mod request from a gig I delivered yesterday. OK, no problem, I expected this as I’d highlighted the mod option if they needed something changed.
My buyer wrote: “PLease take a look at some suggestions I made for the revision
but I accpected much more not a proffessional”
Hm, OK. So let’s look at the suggestions and hope they’re a bit less… uniquely expressed. Oh. It’s a picture of my writing, printed out (and of course, I needed to rotate it to read it–le sigh) with awful handwriting.
Now, I can’t really read most of it, and I’m also stunned at the double whammy of the quoted crap above combined with the insanity of printing something out, writing on it, taking a photo and uploading it (the kicker is that I know this buyer is around my age, so doesn’t even have “clueless grandma on the computer” to save her)… all of my wat.
Anyway, instead of doing the revision, I’ve sent a super-professional reply asking them to maybe send the comments on the actual doc, as the pic was a bit blurry and I am too stupid to read bad handwriting.
And this saga stops here because I’m waiting on some other gibberish to arrive in my inbox. So that’s my weirdest mod story. I feel vaguely offended that someone who can’t spell for shit and can’t edit a doc with comments is telling me that I’m not professional. u wot m8?
Grrr. I mean this isn’t weird, but it’s definitely WTF. It’s not a reseller either. This is a professional. I checked it out.