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Subject: In otherwords, the DM is an experienced tradesman and knows how to do their work. They have spent years perfecting their craft, and a customer that thinks they know more than the DM is just a headache that no DM needs. Do you question your plumber? Tell your lawyer how to do their job? No, you hire a professional and let them do their job.

You need some perspecitve.
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Date Posted: Tuesday, April 16, 11:11:31am
In reply to: Perspective please? 's message, "In other words, the DM is always right?" on Tuesday, April 16, 07:26:00am

People seem to think that because the dresses are expensive, the dressmakers are making a ton of money. That just isn't the case. Most dressmakers are barely getting by. They make dresses because they enjoy using their creativity to make beautiful things to be worn by amazing dancers. When customers make the job difficult, then it is no longer enjoyable. When customers demand so many things, then it is no longer financially feasible to go on, because the dressmaker can't pay their bills for all the time they spend on 1 person. So the smart dressmaker "runs away" when they encounter a customer that will end up costing the dressmaker money for all of the time, energy, and headache that would be involved in making a dress for that person. You sound like one of those people.

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Sounds like a customer vs salesman. If you want the business/recommendations you treat your customers right. (NT)Customer can take business somewhere else more polite.Tuesday, April 16, 12:31:23pm

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