Client: Draw her differently.
Me: How do you mean differently?
Client: I don’t know.
Me: Specifics would really be appreciated if you want the result you’re hoping for.
Client: Fine. Sexier. Make her sexier.
The portrait in question was of the client’s 7 year-old daughter.
Client: I tried as hard as I could, but I can’t access my domain.
Me: You know the URL, correct?
Client: Yes, and I keep typing in what you told me, but it won’t link me to my domain.
Me: Why don’t you tell me exactly what you typed?
Client: Sure, I typed uuuuuudotsampledotkom.
Client: With the new website and my marketing plan, we should be able to double our turnover.
Me: That’s great! Can you send me the marketing plan before I start on the website?
Client: Actually, I was hoping you could write that.
Client: Remind me to work on this stuff tomorrow.
Me: Hey, here’s your reminder. Let’s work on the stuff you mentioned yesterday
Client: Who are you to tell me what to do?
Me: You told me to remind you.
Client: Don’t tell me my business.
Me: Just go on to our website and select the “My Account” button.
Client: I don’t see it.
Me: It’s on the black banner, in the top right corner
Client: I’m looking, I don’t see it!
Me: Can you please go to the website?
Client: No, I’m not at my computer
Me: We sent you the campaign proposal a few weeks ago and haven’t received a response. Have you guys seen it? Remember that if you didn’t like it, we can do an alternative.
Client: We haven’t seen it. Do an alternative