Suppose you buy something like a car and after the deal, you find out that it has many mechanical problems and it didn't cost that much and the seller has conned you. please let me know that Which one of the following sentences sounds more natural to you? Meanwhile, I would be thankful if you give your suggestions and say me what would you as native speaker say it this circumstance:
- He stuck me with his lemon of a car.
- He stuck me with the terrible deal on his lemon of a car.
Here I found out that the idiom "stick someone with something" means: "to force someone to have or do something less desirable", but I do not tend to talk about the satisfaction or dissatisfaction of the buyer after the contract! Instead,I'm going to talk about what he things about the type of the contract he has done.