Customer dictionary: (feel free to add your own) "I had a window cleaner, but he stopped coming". Meaning: a. I'm a ***** with no respect for your sort. b. He got his pricing wrong. c. I made things awkward for him. "I might go regular, but we'll see what the first clean is like". Meaning: a.I have absolutely no intention of going regular, but I want you to work your ******** off and earn that £8 that I told you my fictional window cleaner used to charge me. b. I want the same price as your regulars, but I'm just after a 5 yearly spring clean. "I'm not paying £__ 'just for a window clean'!" Meaning: a. I'm going to stay on the phone haggling you down until you charge me 20p per window because every other cleaner I called told me to poke it so you are my last chance. b.You are not worthy of that kind of pay because you're just a window cleaner. c.I'm going to totally ignore your overheads, work out your supposed hourly wage, and moan that you are getting more then me 'just for a window clean'. "Can you just..." (From the French word canyoujustae) Meaning: a. I need to get my moneys worth out of you. b. I'm too lazy to do this myself, but I own you for as long as I have that £8 in my hand, now get back to work monkeyboy.