Expat attraction

The stars haloing the company name reminds me of a crown of thorns. I especially like “edress”, as it is unbelievably creative. Don’t forget to take a tour of the web site. When targeting expats, address them in a ‘dialect’ they can actually understand. It makes me wonder what the rental contracts look like.

Housing

(Photo: Bram)

10 Responses to “Expat attraction”

  1. GJ says:

    >> The stars haloing the company name reminds me of a crown of thorns

    Do it really? πŸ˜€

  2. Larry says:

    Now that’s a website that inspires confidence.
    Apostle International Housing Services – part of the ShadyΓ’β€žΒ’ group of companies.

    Even the Dutch abbreviations of the days of the week are off.

  3. William says:

    That comapany clearly needs a translator and someone to build a decent website. Their pages appear to be the product of RedDot 4.1 and lack any coherence whatsoever. RedDot doesn’t support my Firefox thang here (end table, end table, end table, end table, convoluted code … more convoluted code to go with the language). Rather strange for such a successful enterprise.,/p>

    I vote for the the phrase “Do me a favour and keep your questions short and clear”. Kind of cute. Or is it snappy?

  4. GJ says:

    Maybe I should have written “Does they really?”. Oh well, why bother? The weather’s fine for kite-flying.

  5. Natashka says:

    The weather’s fine for Dunglish spotting πŸ™‚ Spelling mistakes aren’t such a big deal, because they can be easily fixed. It’s when you don’t even know what the @#$% people are talking about that’s a problem.

  6. GJ says:

    >> Spelling mistakes arenÒ€ℒt such a big deal, because they can be easily fixed

    Can? Or could? πŸ˜›

  7. Natashka says:

    Could implies a condition, and I mean can πŸ™‚

  8. GJ says:

    >> Could implies a condition, and I mean can

    Can? Or will? πŸ˜› πŸ˜›

  9. Natashka says:

    Decisions, decisions πŸ˜›

  10. GJ says:

    Yes yes, it is me what. But who in a glass house lives, must not with stones throw. Here’s my towel; have a nice day.

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