So I'm finished up, hop in my truck ready to leave and oh, some guy parks his car in front of the truck at an angle and gets out. ............ I knew what he wanted and the parking bit didn't set me off, but it didn't help. ............ Yup, sure enough... Starts talking lawnwork (actually, asks me if that's what I do). Starts off with this bit about some mulch and leaving an estimate in his mailbox and lalala... 8 to 10 cubic yards. .............. I'm like yeah right and gave him the price right there, 10 yards delivered and spread 425. Now this guy is a typical lowballer, he even had me going after 4 years, they still do it to me sometimes. I don't know exactly how they do it, but here I am lowballing and I had not caught myself. I realized it should've been 450 but I'm still able and willingly going along with this bs, not fully aware of myself. Him, like a typical lowballer, can't take well enough and leave it alone because it's never good enough. 425 was a really good price and had he said YES right then and there, I would've fell for it hook, line, and sinker. But, no (luck is on my side somedays). Now he tells me he can just order his own mulch because he can get 10 cubic yards delivered for 239, how much would I like to get for spreading. I'm sitting here thinking, this guy's a moron. If I charge as little as 20 dollars / yard, that's my 200 in labor plus 239 = 439 dollars vs. the 425 I quoted him for doing it all myself, and THAT's when it finally hit me! Oh now I was onto him, I knew now what I had done when I quoted the 425, I finally realized I'm falling for this guy's stupid game. The least I spread my own mulch for is 25/ yard, and I get 25 to deliver it. It's not great money for the delivery but don't cut me on the delivery money because that's easy work, plus I don't spread opp because if they say it's 10 yards they ordered, how do I know when I look at the pile that it's really 10 yards (and not 12). But now I was onto his game. I quoted him 30 dollars / yard. It was over, he did say he could get it done a lot cheaper, to which I replied he should. Then he moved his car, and I could leave. Well, would you have spread the mulch for 15-18 / yard, if he ordered it?