|Car Salesman Lingo|
Common car salesman terms and expressions. See all the terms in the Glossary.
Example of Car Salesman Lingo:
I was waiting for a Lay-down on the Point when a Sled with new Sneakers drove on the lot. The customer looked like a Slide-Rule or a Stroke, but I decided to Up him anyway. To make things worse, to meet-and-greet him I had to Skate a Hanger-Queen and a Green-Pea waiting for the Be-Back-Bus.
I immediately landed him on a Spiff car that had Whiskers and a Wrinkle in the quarter panel that a Gypsy had rubbed-out months earlier. As it turns out, the customer was a Mooch on a Bubble, Buried in his Builder and waiting for a Second-Baseman.
After I put him on paper, I realized I would have to Butter-Nose his trade-in, Bump him a Nickel and eat the Trunk-money to make a deal. I thought I would have to go in to Hold-Back just to make a Mini. Luckily, the customer flopped on the first Pencil and the gross turned out to be a four Pounder after Pack.
Unfortunately, he was a Roach. However, the F&I guy was good at Hanging-Paper so he Roasted-the-app to make it look like the mooch had Gold-Balls. And thanks to a decent Leg from the Desk, I sold some Mop-and-Glow on the Back-End.
As usual, as soon as the Unit was tripped and Killing-Bugs, a Jick tried to Kink me by claiming the customer was a Phone-Pop from earlier.