Baron: Hello, sir
Hefei: Hellow, who are you from? Do you use WeChat?
Baron: Not for scams
Hefei: My English is not very good, WeChat can translate. Scam?
Baron: Go away, little Chinaman
Hefei: Go away, stink
Baron: (sent Chinese proverb, in Chinese, that says, "The older the ginger, the more fragrent it is" or something like that. It's about respecting elders)
Hefei: No you old
Baron: You're a man. And you live in China. And you're a thief.
Hefei: You are a woman. You have the spirit. The brain is not very good. You are not suitable for exploring. You should sleep at home. If I am a theif, I will not steal you because you are poor. Chinese are much better than you. Foreigner.
I can't argune with that. These Chinese scammers come up with some good ones. I told one that he should get a job and that he's dishonouring his family for 1000 generations with WeChat scams. He said, "Yes, maybe. You should get a job and some hair tonic to grow hair". Something like that. Then he used a Chinese term of endearment that I have to look up.
It's great. I love talking to these dumb scammers.
In other news, I'm maybe getting a new flat? There was a week long delay because they sent the referencing form to the wrong email. So I tried to call them today, oddly, it's a company in the south of England who owns the property, and it just always went to voicemail. That's what reviewes on the internet say too. Not a good sign but once I'm in the property, I'll be able to deal with them. I'm in Scotland. They're however many hundreds of miles away. If there are any serious issues, I can just go to the council. Whose side is the council going to take? A guy who lives in the city or some absentee corporation landlord in England? Also, I have a team of solicitors who I can get advice from.
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