Friday funnies: ‘Sue’s gone barmy!’

Friday funnies: ‘Sue’s gone barmy!’

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Every Friday, we will feature a story from an agent on the ground. This week’s story comes from Sue Budding from Raine&Horne Maida Vale & Hills.

When I was in my first year of real estate, I did an appraisal on a property and in those days we used to measure a property or use plans to work out a rebuild, so I asked the homeowner if they had plans of the property.

She was a little reluctant to give them to me, but I assured her that I would copy them and return them at 5 that afternoon.

I promptly arrived at the house at 5. The owner had a short, but steep drive, so I parked by the kerb, left the engine running and ran to the front door. As expected, she was waiting for me and took the plans, and I said I would get back to her with figures the next day.

I said goodbye, ran down the drive and jumped in the car. I sat there for a minute or two and thought 'why aren’t we moving?' OMG! I had jumped into the passenger seat and even moved my handbag off the seat to sit down and was waiting for my hubby to drive off!

I felt like such a fool and thought everyone in the street must be watching as I gingerly got out of the passenger side and into the driver’s seat and drove off with the reddest face ever, but then I had a fit of the giggles and laughed all the way home.

My husband thought it was absolutely hilarious when I told him, he could just picture me sitting there waiting to go with no driver in the seat!”

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Every Friday, we will feature a story from an agent on the ground. This week’s story comes from Sue Budding from Raine&Horne Maida Vale & Hills.

When I was in my first year of real estate, I did an appraisal on a property and in those days we used to measure a property or use plans to work out a rebuild, so I asked the homeowner if they had plans of the property.

She was a little reluctant to give them to me, but I assured her that I would copy them and return them at 5 that afternoon.

I promptly arrived at the house at 5. The owner had a short, but steep drive, so I parked by the kerb, left the engine running and ran to the front door. As expected, she was waiting for me and took the plans, and I said I would get back to her with figures the next day.

I said goodbye, ran down the drive and jumped in the car. I sat there for a minute or two and thought 'why aren’t we moving?' OMG! I had jumped into the passenger seat and even moved my handbag off the seat to sit down and was waiting for my hubby to drive off!

I felt like such a fool and thought everyone in the street must be watching as I gingerly got out of the passenger side and into the driver’s seat and drove off with the reddest face ever, but then I had a fit of the giggles and laughed all the way home.

My husband thought it was absolutely hilarious when I told him, he could just picture me sitting there waiting to go with no driver in the seat!”

We want your stories. They can be quirky, funny or downright terrifying. Email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Friday funnies: ‘Sue’s gone barmy!’
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