You are a nasty little cunt, aren't you? ;)
Try this one if you want a more subtle tactic for dealing with callers like that...http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oh4EPcOpSy8
Hahaha... A great moronic video :-)
Good one Gotty. I normally say "Ah! Glad you called, I was going to call your company... could you just hold the line for a moment".I then put the phone down on the table and leave it for ten to twenty minutes. They never ring back but if they did I would say the same thing again.
Absolutely brilliant G.O.T, loved every second of it!!!
Nice one Gotty ...In similar vein ... a good way to deal with cold callers at the door (even if you're the home owner) is to tell them that you'd love to do business with them & you entirely agree that your Double glazing/Soffitts/Gutters/Roof/Driveway etc need replacing .. but the Landlord is an old skinflint & won't shell-out ...This usually ensures you get put on their list(s) as a Tenant & they don't tend to call again ...
HHHHHMMMM! Reminds me of someone.... :)
The only way I could get British Twats to stop sending me junk mail was to ring up and tell them I was dead. Shysters.
Thanks for the laugh, GOT, that is priceless!
Older than the internet but still one of the funniest recorded calls in the history of the universe :)
Fantastic. I sometimes sympathise with people who earn a crust doing this but my piss starts to boil when you politely make it clear that you aren't interested, and they persist with their spiel???
Why have you been recording my phone conversations with BT employees?
With female unsolicited-phone-callers, it's always fun to discuss their underwear, sexual preferences etc.When they complain, point out that it was they who rang you, & without pausing continue discussing knickers etc.3 minutes is the longest I've kept one on-line before she hung-up in disgust.
He'll be tick-boxed as 'unco-operative' no doubt. I get cold called by Virgin from a freefone number, I once told them, ever so politely, that II do not require their mobile phone service yet still they persist; I ignore their calls now but if they catch me in the wrong mood ths vid will be an invaluable lesson.
I've heard rumours that companies maintain and possibly share an annoying bastard list of people they don't phone because it's too much hassle, and if you can get on that list you're golden and never hear from the bastards again. I've been doing similar time wasting tactics for about four years now. One favourite is telling them they need to call a UK mobile number. No idea if they ever tried as the SIM card for that number hasn't been in a phone for years and just sits here in a drawer for any trips back to the UK. But if I've got time to yank their chains I'll do something similar to Ampers.Stage 1 "Hello, could we speak to Mr Exile please?" "Yes, I'll just go get him for you." Stage 2, ≈1 min later - "Okay, he's just coming" Stage 3, ≈1 min later - "Can you just hang on a bit longer, he won't be long" Stage 4, ≈1 min later "I'm so, so sorry, he really is going to be here in just a tick" Stage 5, ≈1 min later "Won't be long now.... hello? ... Hello? ... Oh, he's hung up."Never got anyone to go past Stage 5, and since the phone calls dried up some months back either the myth about the annoying bastard list is true or they've had to start one just because of me.
That is exactly the same one I use ;)
My spies are everywhere ;)
You filthy fucker ...... love it!
Post a Comment