Ever had dealings with a “marplot”?

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Wise Custom Realty PB00068179

 

Ever had dealings with a “marplot”?

I know I have and sometimes they are my clients.  I bet when you find the meaning you’ll know someone who has done this to you.  As time goes marching on I know I just know I’ll meet another one of these and I won’t like it.  So without further hesitation the meaning of (mar’ plat) is a person who mars or spoils some plan by officious interference.  So now when writing a contract or listings have you ran into one of these?  What say you?   

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Rainmaker
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Jay Markanich
Jay Markanich Real Estate Inspections, LLC - Bristow, VA
Home Inspector - servicing all Northern Virginia

Wow, the word "officious" makes the other word sound even worse!  And I hate it when someone mars the plot.

Dec 04, 2011 07:04 AM #1
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Michael Thornton
RadnorLake Video - Nashville, TN
Nashville Area - Photography & Videography

Good morning, James. If you have been in business, I do believe that there is one of those lurking in the shadows somewhere... 

Dec 04, 2011 07:04 AM #2
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Always. But what can you do. McDonalds has the mcrib again. I'm going to eat two today. Good luck

Dec 04, 2011 07:36 AM #3
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Carol Zingone
Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Florida Network Realty - Jacksonville Beach, FL
Global Realtor Based in Jax Beach, FL

James -more times than I care to admit! Thanks for the new word!

Dec 04, 2011 07:40 AM #4
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Conrad Allen
Re/Max Professional Associates - Webster, MA
Webster, Ma, Realtor

Hi James - Lots of attorneys play that role.

Dec 04, 2011 07:40 AM #5
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Wayne Martin
Michael Saunders & Company - Sarasota, FL
Sales Manager - New Homes & Condominiums Division

We used to refer to these know it all interlopers as "Uncle Tom's." If they did not have a bad word to speak, they just sat there quietly. But als, they would find something negative to say! They are everywhere! Forget about them and Enjoy your day!

Dec 04, 2011 07:44 AM #6
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Fred Hernden
Superior Home Inspections - Greater Tampa Bay Area - Tampa, FL
Tampa Bay area Home Inspector

James, there you go trying to increase our vocabularies again! Does that qualify you as a marplot?

Have a great day!

Dec 04, 2011 08:35 AM #7
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Valerie Duncan Stewart
(Metro First Realty) - Oklahoma City, OK
Real Estate Agent-Broker, OKC, OK

Marplot. I like Jay's play on the word, perfect! Someone who "mars the plot". :D

Dec 04, 2011 09:44 AM #8
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Joshua Zargari
MJ Decorators Workshop LI staging and home decorating - Lynbrook, NY
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Good morning James.

Today is going to be a great day.

Enjoy it.

Dec 04, 2011 10:18 AM #9
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