Yes, I was, uh... I was thinking about ordering the tape, the videotape... about the college girls and the... the wild... the wildness. They're going wild or something? Somebody told me... about going wild.
Right before the realtor comes over, set off a foul smelling stink bomb. By the time they get there, any evidence will be disposed of, but the smell will most definitely still be there. Such a 6th grade prank that it fits perfectly....
put some of those fake bullet hole thangs on some windows that are high or out of the way so they can't get a good look at them...i like the anti-roach, exterminator literature..no expense there and a definite turnoff also i would have her consult the local real estate board..realtors have an ethics code that may be being broached by this realtor's lack of concern for tenants rights..have her look into this
I think that the roach spray is the best idea. Even if it's possible to get Orkin involved, those type of assurances are generally only sought AFTER the person is interested in a place. Roach spray would kill any interest in the place very quickly IMHO. "hmmm, those were some nice places they showed us today, should we get the one with the small closets or the one with the roach spray?" is not even a question they'd have to ask.
Lots of good, funny suggestions everyone! I've passed them all along, and the winner is... Roach Spray cans in every room!! For the cost, the potential harm to them and her general level of comfort, that's what she thought she could do.
I'll post an update later to see if she A) actually does this and B) if she does, how it goes.