Have you ever felt awkward in a place that's too rich for your blood? Did you feel all eyes on you, accompanied by an uncomfortable sense of judgment? This person weaponized the judgment against car salespeople who belittled him based on his looks.
In a classic case of "don't judge a book by its cover," a prankster from Maxman.tv goes to high-end car dealerships requesting to be shown vehicles. When the salespeople awkwardly try to shoo him away, he presses on, touching the cars, sitting inside them, and asking to be treated like any other wealthy patron.
The man then turns the tables, using an app to contact another car seller and asking for a test drive. Once the other dealer drives up, he loudly exclaims that he'll be purchasing this car instead of the dealership's vehicle, due to their lousy service.
Usually pranks are mean-spirited and can take advantage of well-meaning people, but in this case, it illustrates how poorly someone less fortunate can be treated, to no fault of his own other than not being financially well-off. For once, a viral prank has shown the errors of this way of thinking, and hopefully, it managed to change some minds and made people think that a person's worth isn't in their wallet.
Another thing about this video was how easy it was to skip the dealership altogether. The prankster calls up Carlist, a used car database, and almost immediately has another vehicle ready for purchase. Many of these cars are cheaper than you'd find in a dealership, and you have less work to do to find and test drive them. Carlist has an app where you can search for and/or list cars for free.
You can take two lessons from this video. One lesson is teaching you to treat others how you'd like to be treated, the other is a quick financial tip on how to purchase used cars easier. Maybe if you follow these instructions, you too can buy an expensive car while wearing your lazy day clothes.