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  1. rlmesq's Avatar
    My biggest wish is to have one day, just one, to tell every customer exactly what I'm thinking, with no repercussions.
    Even being self employed, I have to restrain my impulses sometimes (and I'm a relatively polite person, anyway), but there are times it's nice to tell someone to GTFO my office.

    A guy called recently and wanted me to represent him on a relatively simple matter. My secretary set up an appointment.

    I spent about twenty minutes trying to talk with him about his legal issue. It was apparent the guy had no idea what was going on, but every time I tried to explain something, he would interrupt me and say, "No! You don't know the law!"

    I finally said, "I'm sorry, but I'm not the right lawyer for you. Thank you very much, but our meeting is over."

    "No, I'm hiring you!" he said, and threw his credit card at me across my desk. I calmly responded, "You have 90 seconds to get the **** out of my office or I will shove that card up your ***."

    The guy started screaming that I had to pay for his gas to drive to my office, and I said, "Seventy seconds, then I call the police to have you removed."

    He said, "Your sign says attorney at law!" and I replied, "Yes, that's what it says... and there's nothing there about taking a bunch of **** from a******s. If you aren't in that elevator in 45 seconds, you're going to need a lawyer for your new disturbing the peace case, too."
    08-20-09 08:28 PM
  2. waferlawrence's Avatar
    Even being self employed, I have to restrain my impulses sometimes (and I'm a relatively polite person, anyway), but there are times it's nice to tell someone to GTFO my office.

    A guy called recently and wanted me to represent him on a relatively simple matter. My secretary set up an appointment.

    I spent about twenty minutes trying to talk with him about his legal issue. It was apparent the guy had no idea what was going on, but every time I tried to explain something, he would interrupt me and say, "No! You don't know the law!"

    I finally said, "I'm sorry, but I'm not the right lawyer for you. Thank you very much, but our meeting is over."

    "No, I'm hiring you!" he said, and threw his credit card at me across my desk. I calmly responded, "You have 90 seconds to get the **** out of my office or I will shove that card up your ***."

    The guy started screaming that I had to pay for his gas to drive to my office, and I said, "Seventy seconds, then I call the police to have you removed."

    He said, "Your sign says attorney at law!" and I replied, "Yes, that's what it says... and there's nothing there about taking a bunch of **** from a******s. If you aren't in that elevator in 45 seconds, you're going to need a lawyer for your new disturbing the peace case, too."
    Win sir. Win.

    +1 to you.
    08-20-09 10:09 PM
  3. rliebert's Avatar
    Even being self employed, I have to restrain my impulses sometimes (and I'm a relatively polite person, anyway), but there are times it's nice to tell someone to GTFO my office.

    A guy called recently and wanted me to represent him on a relatively simple matter. My secretary set up an appointment.

    I spent about twenty minutes trying to talk with him about his legal issue. It was apparent the guy had no idea what was going on, but every time I tried to explain something, he would interrupt me and say, "No! You don't know the law!"

    I finally said, "I'm sorry, but I'm not the right lawyer for you. Thank you very much, but our meeting is over."

    "No, I'm hiring you!" he said, and threw his credit card at me across my desk. I calmly responded, "You have 90 seconds to get the **** out of my office or I will shove that card up your ***."

    The guy started screaming that I had to pay for his gas to drive to my office, and I said, "Seventy seconds, then I call the police to have you removed."

    He said, "Your sign says attorney at law!" and I replied, "Yes, that's what it says... and there's nothing there about taking a bunch of **** from a******s. If you aren't in that elevator in 45 seconds, you're going to need a lawyer for your new disturbing the peace case, too."
    I know exactly what you mean. I am a CPA and I love it when I get a new prospective client that hands me all of their information and then proceeds to tell me how to prepare their tax return and where everything goes. I can't stand these clients so my response is usually in the form of "Well, since you apparently already know how to prepare your own tax return I don't think you should waste your money for me to prepare it" and send them on their way. If you are going to pay a specialist to do work for you, at least shut up and let them do their job!
    08-21-09 08:31 AM
  4. Devlyn16's Avatar
    he again leaves while muttering something under his breath about Verizon being the devil.

    WHAT? I can't believe that! Everyone Knows AOL is the Devil not verizon

    My biggest wish is to have one day, just one, to tell every customer exactly what I'm thinking, with no repercussions.
    Customer Depreciation Day!
    08-21-09 03:03 PM
  5. blue_and_bold's Avatar
    Today I heard the word VEESTA... meaning windows vista. Just wowed me. To which I said (on mute) put a PEESTOL in your mouth and end it.
    08-21-09 03:08 PM
  6. rliebert's Avatar
    Today I heard the word VEESTA... meaning windows vista. Just wowed me. To which I said (on mute) put a PEESTOL in your mouth and end it.
    That would really suck if you messed up on that and your phone wasn't really on mute! Still funny as heck though.
    08-21-09 04:45 PM
  7. TheScionicMan's Avatar
    I was on the line with HP support yesterday and the guy is verifying my email addy by giving words to the letters. He says: "That is ...@ Robert-Edward-Jankee-Edward..." I completely lose my place thinking "WTH is Jankee?" so he has to repeat it. Farther into the call, he's doing the same type of verify, only this time he says @ Robert-Edward-Jello-Edward... I'm trying to figure out where the J came from and then realized he was saying "yellow". Gotta love outsourcing.

    BTW, it took me 40 minutes on the phone to get them to send a replacement paper tray for the one that came in broken on a new $2k printer...
    08-21-09 05:42 PM
  8. Polychrome's Avatar
    Caller: "My battery only lasts ten days!"

    Me: "Ten days? That's excellent!"

    Caller: "But my husband's lasts longer!"

    Couldn't make fun of this one too much. I mean, they both had the same phone so the logic is sound, but gee, if only my phone had ten days of battery life!
    08-21-09 08:39 PM
  9. dontlaughitsnotfunny's Avatar
    Reading this thread (all 761 posts so far) has given rise to a new anxiety disorder I call end-of -thread anxiety. At the bottom of each page I get tense until I am sure that there is, indeed another page of posts on this (record setting?) thread. Sadly, at the moment, there is not another page.

    Here's my contribution. Several years ago when I had just opened up my own real estate company, a man walked in to my office who was (unbeknown to me) a notorious cheat and a person of generally bad character. Two years before this (prior to my becoming aware of his reputation and while I worked for another company) he had cheated me out of $1,500. The details are unimportant. So, this day he walks in to a company he has never heard of and introduces himself and informs me that he is looking for building lots and asks if I would be interested in helping him. I told him that I already knew his name and reminded him of my prior experience with him and kindly declined his offer of employment on his behalf to obtain building lots unless he reimbursed me the money he had cheated me out of. He said that he was giving me a chance to earn the money back. After I reminded him that I had already earned the money and felt that if he'd do it to me once, he'd do it to me again, he said he didn't have to stand around and be treated in such a manner. I told him as long as he stood in MY office THIS is how he was going to be treated. I further suggested that he GTHO of my office. Haven't seen him since. Been 8 years. However, the ones who don't cheat and act foolish MUST be indulged. I do have to bite my tongue frequently. Once, just once, it was nice to toss the **** out.

    Thanks for letting me share.
    Last edited by dontlaughitsnotfunny; 08-22-09 at 02:46 PM.
    08-22-09 02:43 PM
  10. itsthemusic's Avatar
    Reading this thread (all 761 posts so far) has given rise to a new anxiety disorder I call end-of -thread anxiety. At the bottom of each page I get tense until I am sure that there is, indeed another page of posts on this (record setting?) thread. Sadly, at the moment, there is not another page.

    Here's my contribution. Several years ago when I had just opened up my own real estate company, a man walked in to my office who was (unbeknown to me) a notorious cheat and a person of generally bad character. Two years before this (prior to my becoming aware of his reputation and while I worked for another company) he had cheated me out of $1,500. The details are unimportant. So, this day he walks in to a company he has never heard of and introduces himself and informs me that he is looking for building lots and asks if I would be interested in helping him. I told him that I already knew his name and reminded him of my prior experience with him and kindly declined his offer of employment on his behalf to obtain building lots unless he reimbursed me the money he had cheated me out of. He said that he was giving me a chance to earn the money back. After I reminded him that I had already earned the money and felt that if he'd do it to me once, he'd do it to me again, he said he didn't have to stand around and be treated in such a manner. I told him as long as he stood in MY office THIS is how he was going to be treated. I further suggested that he GTHO of my office. Haven't seen him since. Been 8 years. However, the ones who don't cheat and act foolish MUST be indulged. I do have to bite my tongue frequently. Once, just once, it was nice to toss the **** out.

    Thanks for letting me share.
    Wait...so the guy that ripped you off came to you? So you had a chance to "make things right" and you told him to leave? I woulda got my 1500 dollars back 1 way or another
    08-22-09 05:01 PM
  11. mikestorm's Avatar
    Wait...so the guy that ripped you off came to you? So you had a chance to "make things right" and you told him to leave? I woulda got my 1500 dollars back 1 way or another
    That's called 'taking the high road' and sadly nowadays is the road less traveled. If nothing else doing so ensures one sleeps soundly at night
    08-22-09 05:40 PM
  12. doodlebug00985's Avatar
    I think my all time favorite one since the merger started is
    "Fine Im just going to cancel my service and go to Alltel"
    --------

    and customer quotes


    "my phone done did broke"
    no joke "does the warrenty cover paranormal activety?"----back story was that the ladies phone wouldnt come on she first thought her cat did it while she was sleeping then determined it wasnt her cat it was a ghost.

    -had the phone for 6 months needs it replaced through warrenty ,"I paid for a new phone I want a new phone!"

    --The orginal issue was the phone was freezing up so you need to replace it"
    "but the phone was dropped in water"
    "but thats not the orginal issue"
    08-23-09 01:59 AM
  13. doodlebug00985's Avatar
    --ok as verizon wireless employees we all know VERIFY VERIFY VERIFY,so I just have to bring up the extensive amounts of people trying to access accounts that they are not verified for.


    -I had a customer one night ,mind you late late at night probably 1:30am,so there is maybe 10 people in my whole building still there,so this guy called in and will say his name was "George" our conversation went something like this-


    me---"george Im not seeing you on the account I can troubleshoot your phone issue but anything further i need to speak with the account holder"
    George --"But this is my phone"
    ME--"I understand sir but the phone is under a whole account that is not under your name"
    "-----fill in troubleshooting phone----"
    Me--"ok sir well it looks like your phone is still having issues am i able to speak to the account holder to verify"
    George--"no she is asleep,cant you just send me a phone?"
    Me--"sorry sir im not able to without verifying"
    George--"its my wife she would approve it"
    Me--"sir without speaking to her i cannot"
    George--"fine my name is amber"(name of account holder"
    Me--"im sorry sir these calls are recorded and you have already disclosed that your name is george"
    George--"I want to talk to your supervisor"
    -----sup takes call same thing,he tells sup let me just put the phone down i will try to go wake her up.
    my sup waits on hold for about 5 mins,and the person next to me gets a call.Well im bored since my sup is on my call and I was standing next to her well just about that time she says
    "ok amber well we can go ahead and bring up the account and see what we can do for you"
    same number he called back in pretending to be her...still couldnt verify pass but tried.well this kinda annoyed my sup to say the least.he told her to put george on hold.she did and he took her head set went off of hold and said
    "Hey George,this is Frank we were just speaking on the other line.Were you able to wake up the account holder?"


    ...Geroge hung up
    08-23-09 02:12 AM
  14. Cyrilmak's Avatar
    --ok as verizon wireless employees we all know VERIFY VERIFY VERIFY,so I just have to bring up the extensive amounts of people trying to access accounts that they are not verified for.


    -I had a customer one night ,mind you late late at night probably 1:30am,so there is maybe 10 people in my whole building still there,so this guy called in and will say his name was "George" our conversation went something like this-


    me---"george Im not seeing you on the account I can troubleshoot your phone issue but anything further i need to speak with the account holder"
    George --"But this is my phone"
    ME--"I understand sir but the phone is under a whole account that is not under your name"
    "-----fill in troubleshooting phone----"
    Me--"ok sir well it looks like your phone is still having issues am i able to speak to the account holder to verify"
    George--"no she is asleep,cant you just send me a phone?"
    Me--"sorry sir im not able to without verifying"
    George--"its my wife she would approve it"
    Me--"sir without speaking to her i cannot"
    George--"fine my name is amber"(name of account holder"
    Me--"im sorry sir these calls are recorded and you have already disclosed that your name is george"
    George--"I want to talk to your supervisor"
    -----sup takes call same thing,he tells sup let me just put the phone down i will try to go wake her up.
    my sup waits on hold for about 5 mins,and the person next to me gets a call.Well im bored since my sup is on my call and I was standing next to her well just about that time she says
    "ok amber well we can go ahead and bring up the account and see what we can do for you"
    same number he called back in pretending to be her...still couldnt verify pass but tried.well this kinda annoyed my sup to say the least.he told her to put george on hold.she did and he took her head set went off of hold and said
    "Hey George,this is Frank we were just speaking on the other line.Were you able to wake up the account holder?"


    ...Geroge hung up
    LOL!!!! That's classic!
    08-23-09 02:26 AM
  15. doodlebug00985's Avatar
    In a call center we all know the mute button is our best friend,we use it to laugh,hiccup,talk to the people next to us,Its the best button ever.But there are those rare occasions where we think we hit that button but we did not

    one i have personally done one I witnessed

    -My friend had these m&ms that were like a weird flavor and I said to him,
    "I want to try those once they are open"
    My cust goes "excuse me"
    I respond " oh I said can you take your battery out"


    --We had this one not kidding trannie that worked and my job and when she would take her calls her voice would start in this nice sweet womans voice but she couldnt keep it up and it would drop into her natural male deep voice.Now this customer was being rude to her so she thought she hit her mute button,her voice dropped down into her natural voice and she literlly said "this motherf***er is really starting to P*** me off" YEah they guy was furious and started yelling and screaming luckily for her he hung up and didnt ask for a sup
    08-23-09 02:45 AM
  16. doodlebug00985's Avatar
    I love this thread of have been working for verizon for over a year and just keep remember more and more funny things.

    --When I answer calls they like us to say things like

    "THank you for calling Verizon wireless,Home of the first touchscreen Blackberry,can I have your name please?"


    I get in response
    "i think i have the wrong line i dont have a blackberry"


    or I had a one that starts telling me about her issue she gave me her number and just keeps blabing about her problem .I cannot for the life of me find her number in our system.I repeat the number she tells me its right.I try looking it up by her name.nothing. I say may are you sure its a verizon wireless phone.she goes and I quote "this isnt sprint?"


    Oh or the people who call in wanting help with their landline Verizon phones.they make me laugh
    08-23-09 02:53 AM
  17. gettinthere's Avatar
    About a month ago I had a guy demand that I turn off the Government tracking system that is in cell phones because they were following him. I tried telling that there is no such thing and he said I was wrong and his brother told him about it. He wouldn't take no for an answer so I sent him to go see my buddy at another store.

    I really had to hold back my urge to ask him where his tin foil hat was.
    08-23-09 03:17 PM
  18. mikestorm's Avatar
    About a month ago I had a guy demand that I turn off the Government tracking system that is in cell phones because they were following him. I tried telling that there is no such thing and he said I was wrong and his brother told him about it. He wouldn't take no for an answer so I sent him to go see my buddy at another store.

    I really had to hold back my urge to ask him where his tin foil hat was.
    Actually, you're wrong and tin foil hat man is right. The 'government tracking system' is E911.

    E911 is a system, mandated by the government (FCC actually), that enables cell phone companies to track its users when it places 911 calls. There are some who believe this system will be used by the government to spy on its citizens.

    Here's an article published just yesterday on the subject Big Brother in Your Pocket / You cell phone snitches on your location | Privacy Digest

    So, it would appear that your customer was spot on despite his lack of articulation, and that you were underinformed.
    08-23-09 03:29 PM
  19. gettinthere's Avatar
    Actually, you're wrong and tin foil hat man is right. The 'government tracking system' is E911.

    E911 is a system, mandated by the government (FCC actually), that enables cell phone companies to track its users when it places 911 calls. There are some who believe this system will be used by the government to spy on its citizens.

    Here's an article published just yesterday on the subject Big Brother in Your Pocket / You cell phone snitches on your location | Privacy Digest

    So, it would appear that your customer was spot on despite his lack of articulation, and that you were underinformed.
    I understand what E911 is, I even asked him if that's what he meant. He said no, he knows what that is and it's not it. This was a "secret" program that they the gov't installed on his phone while he was sleeping and now they follow him around and record his conversations.

    This is one of those weird guys who come in all the time rambling about things that make no sense at all. I'm not "underinformed" as you put it, I just didn't think it was necessary to include the entire backstory and a disclaimer saying that I actually do know what I'm talking about.
    08-23-09 03:54 PM
  20. i_hiker's Avatar
    Arent you guys suppose to be Customer Service Repsnot Customer Judgment Reps? The goal of the CSR is to satisfy the customer based on their needs. Have you ever had a bad day or just gotten out on the wrong side of the bed? Who really knows why someone is in a bad mood? Family illness, death of a loved one, hangover, found a ding in your car door parked in the VZW parking lot? Jumping to conclusions and pre-judging a customer based on their current state of mind and using this as the basis of how you take care of the customer is just BAD CUSTOMER SERVICE and immature behavior. I will agree that the customer should come to the table with an agreeable attitude but in the real world, the reality is that you are going to get your share of irate and/or unreasonable clients. Youll also get your share of unrealistic demands. That is the nature of your business. However, your job is to take care of them, both good and bad. At least, I would think that your employer would want you to. Without all these customers, you have no job.

    Let me share a personal experience that happened to me many years ago. I was working for a Custom AudioVideo Retailer and took a phone call on a Saturday. The customer was irate. After exchanging names and explaining that we had never met or spoken to each other I settled him down, asked him to explain his issue, and that I would do my best to help him. He stated that he had made a considerable purchase that included a video projector and motorized screen. The screen was defective and had ripples in it. He had previously called the store but the issue was still unresolved. The Super Bowl was the following weekend and he wanted the screen fixed, or a complete refund on the project. The original salesman was no longer with the company so I explained that it was Saturday and there was nothing I could do until Monday, but I would do my best to get him a new screen by game time. I called the manufacturer on Monday, explained the situation and they agreed to expedite the manufacture of a new screen and that I would have it by Saturday. The screen came in and was satisfactorily installed in time for the game and the client was happy. This client is now my friend and has purchased over $150,000 worth of electronics from me over the years and has sent well over a $1,000,000 worth of referrals to me. He is also a stockbroker and has turned me on to some very lucrative IPOs and other investments.

    The goal of a customer service rep should be to satisfy ALL their customers. The measuring tape and challenge of a great CSR is how many of the irate customers can you turn around and make your friend, if only for the moment of that phone call or meeting in the store. The genial customer is easy to take care of. The challenge is satisfying the difficult customer, and those situations can bring you the most pleasure in your job if you let it.

    Making fun of your customers is immature behavior. All of you: are your lives so shallow and empty that you feel the need to post in "Things that customers say that just make us laugh???" Or are you so miserable with your job that this is the only way to get stress relief? If so, find a better, more constructive way to vent. Do your job a little better and start a thread: Irate customers I have made friends with!
    08-23-09 05:49 PM
  21. crackalackberry's Avatar
    Aren’t you guys suppose to be “Customer Service Reps”…not Customer Judgment Reps? The goal of the CSR is to satisfy the customer based on their needs. Have you ever had a bad day or just gotten out on the wrong side of the bed? Who really knows why someone is in a bad mood? Family illness, death of a loved one, hangover, found a ding in your car door parked in the VZW parking lot? Jumping to conclusions and pre-judging a customer based on their current state of mind and using this as the basis of how you take care of the customer is just BAD CUSTOMER SERVICE and immature behavior. I will agree that the customer should come to the table with an agreeable attitude but in the real world, the reality is that you are going to get your share of irate and/or unreasonable clients. You’ll also get your share of unrealistic demands. That is the nature of your business. However, your job is to take care of them, both good and bad. At least, I would think that your employer would want you to. Without all these customers, you have no job.

    Let me share a personal experience that happened to me many years ago. I was working for a Custom AudioVideo Retailer and took a phone call on a Saturday. The customer was irate. After exchanging names and explaining that we had never met or spoken to each other I settled him down, asked him to explain his issue, and that I would do my best to help him. He stated that he had made a considerable purchase that included a video projector and motorized screen. The screen was defective and had ripples in it. He had previously called the store but the issue was still unresolved. The Super Bowl was the following weekend and he wanted the screen fixed, or a complete refund on the project. The original salesman was no longer with the company so I explained that it was Saturday and there was nothing I could do until Monday, but I would do my best to get him a new screen by game time. I called the manufacturer on Monday, explained the situation and they agreed to expedite the manufacture of a new screen and that I would have it by Saturday. The screen came in and was satisfactorily installed in time for the game and the client was happy. This client is now my friend and has purchased over $150,000 worth of electronics from me over the years and has sent well over a $1,000,000 worth of referrals to me. He is also a stockbroker and has turned me on to some very lucrative IPOs and other investments.

    The goal of a customer service rep should be to satisfy ALL their customers. The measuring tape and challenge of a great CSR is how many of the irate customers can you turn around and make your friend, if only for the moment of that phone call or meeting in the store. The genial customer is easy to take care of. The challenge is satisfying the difficult customer, and those situations can bring you the most pleasure in your job if you let it.

    Making fun of your customers is immature behavior. All of you: are your lives so shallow and empty that you feel the need to post in "Things that customers say that just make us laugh???" Or are you so miserable with your job that this is the only way to get stress relief? If so, find a better, more constructive way to vent. Do your job a little better and start a thread: “Irate customers I have made friends with!”
    did you read the first post of this thread? If not, it says in big red letters PLEASE READ THIS FIRST BEFORE POSTING ANYTHING. I dont know how you laugh off some of your frustrations or whatever, and quite frankly nobody here really cares. This is how the people in this thread do it. please only post here if you have positive, constructive things to say, otherwise stay out. Any future posts with the intention of bringing down the mood in this thread will be reported and removed. thanks.
    Last edited by crackalackberry; 08-23-09 at 05:58 PM.
    08-23-09 05:55 PM
  22. crackalackberry's Avatar
    Reading this thread (all 761 posts so far) has given rise to a new anxiety disorder I call end-of -thread anxiety. At the bottom of each page I get tense until I am sure that there is, indeed another page of posts on this (record setting?) thread. Sadly, at the moment, there is not another page.
    Only need.... 60,000 more testimonials to be the #1 thread in the forums.... not too hard right?!?!?!?!?! (Photo scavenger hunt in the pin sharing section is #1 thread, over 61,000 posts)
    08-23-09 06:02 PM
  23. i_hiker's Avatar
    did you read the first post of this thread? If not, it says in big red letters PLEASE READ THIS FIRST BEFORE POSTING ANYTHING. I dont know how you laugh off some of your frustrations or whatever, and quite frankly nobody here really cares. This is how the people in this thread do it. please only post here if you have positive, constructive things to say, otherwise stay out. Any future posts with the intention of bringing down the mood in this thread will be reported and removed. thanks.
    If you read my whole post you'll see that it was meant to be constructive. I am happy, if allowed, to move this elsewhere.
    08-23-09 06:03 PM
  24. IDsweetcheeks's Avatar
    --ok as verizon wireless employees we all know VERIFY VERIFY VERIFY,so I just have to bring up the extensive amounts of people trying to access accounts that they are not verified for.


    -I had a customer one night ,mind you late late at night probably 1:30am,so there is maybe 10 people in my whole building still there,so this guy called in and will say his name was "George" our conversation went something like this-


    me---"george Im not seeing you on the account I can troubleshoot your phone issue but anything further i need to speak with the account holder"
    George --"But this is my phone"
    ME--"I understand sir but the phone is under a whole account that is not under your name"
    "-----fill in troubleshooting phone----"
    Me--"ok sir well it looks like your phone is still having issues am i able to speak to the account holder to verify"
    George--"no she is asleep,cant you just send me a phone?"
    Me--"sorry sir im not able to without verifying"
    George--"its my wife she would approve it"
    Me--"sir without speaking to her i cannot"
    George--"fine my name is amber"(name of account holder"
    Me--"im sorry sir these calls are recorded and you have already disclosed that your name is george"
    George--"I want to talk to your supervisor"
    -----sup takes call same thing,he tells sup let me just put the phone down i will try to go wake her up.
    my sup waits on hold for about 5 mins,and the person next to me gets a call.Well im bored since my sup is on my call and I was standing next to her well just about that time she says
    "ok amber well we can go ahead and bring up the account and see what we can do for you"
    same number he called back in pretending to be her...still couldnt verify pass but tried.well this kinda annoyed my sup to say the least.he told her to put george on hold.she did and he took her head set went off of hold and said
    "Hey George,this is Frank we were just speaking on the other line.Were you able to wake up the account holder?"


    ...Geroge hung up
    ROFLMAO

    Golly I miss the nooner shift! Those late night guys are classic!
    08-23-09 09:15 PM
  25. theana's Avatar
    I can be at times, but this time I wasn't. I promise
    Sure sure j/k
    08-24-09 06:52 AM
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