I appreciate acts of gratitude and thanks. I genuinely do. Even though I am sort of flower-ambivalent, I also appreciate the gesture of sending someone flowers as a token of endearment, sympathy, or congratulations.
It is probably never advised to send your in-house counsel flowers. This isn’t because I am a bra burning feminist, which I absofuckinglutely am. It is because - whether you intend it or not - it puts me in the position of having to act #hashtag blessed to have received them.
It makes me feel like the secretary or assistant to the men in charge. The thing is, I am in charge. As a result of my professional expertise, I negotiate the tough terms and, more often than not, rework deals that were incomplete when they hit my inbox.
When I save a deal or successfully negotiate a disputed term, don’t send me flowers. I am not your sweetie, and I don’t melt at the sight of flowers.
Well here it is folks! Due to needing rent money, I am opening up commissions! All the info you will need is in the images, but I wanted to inform that I will only be taking fifteen commissions at the start. If I feel I am able to take more, I will raise it to twenty. It’s first come first served, so act quick if you want a slot!
I will be requiring payment upfront via invoice, but I will not accept the invoice until I am sure I can do the commission. So if I feel that I can’t do your commission for any reason (And I reserve the right to refuse any commission) then I will simply give your money back. But once the invoice goes through, there will be no refunds.
DFS Group has exclusively launched The Balvenie 21 year old Madeira Cask at its duty free liquor and tobacco concession at Singapore Changi Airport at S$295 ($213) ahead of its global launch by William Grant & Sons on 1 April.