I'm pretty steamed right now.
Mr K bought several large cases of a particular children's snack that normally sell for $5 a box. The cases contain 5 boxes. We got them for $5 a case. Awesome price.
Naturally, Mr K bought too many cases, as he is prone to doing.
The cases expire in a few months and LK doesn't eat them that much (I do, but I probably shouldn't).
Anyway, I posted 2 extra cases on my local Mom2Mom facebook group for $5 a case, firm. Basically, just asking what I paid for them.
I had some interest at first, but then someone asked where I got them from. I told her where and what the "normal" price is and that I'm just asking what I paid for them.
But then someone else posted that they sell for $3 a case, which isn't what I paid for them. Now everyone has lost interest.
I found that to be intolerably rude of her! I don't go on to her postings and say "Hey you're asking $x above what is a normal sale price for this item." That's just rude. At least, I think it's rude.
Is it rude? Or am I being too sensitive?
I did reply back that "They aren't always available and they are rarely that low in price, though. Normally they are $5 a box in the grocery stores and the cases contain 5 boxes. I haven't seen them available for less than $9 in a little while. Actually, I haven't seen them at all for a little while. Anyway, I am willing to meet anyone part way if they don't want to or can't drive to where I am."