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Published: January 23, 2009
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I have a voicemail message that makes me sound like a 12-year-old, and still...
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Diego-the-Incubus's avatar
Why do I imagine that recording being spoken with a voice akin to Betty Boop? XD
moonymonster's avatar
THIS is why I don't like checking my voicemail <<
HaileyMarshall's avatar
HaileyMarshallStudent Filmographer
LMAO. Mexican caller happens to me ALL the time! xD
CalypsoTea's avatar
CalypsoTeaHobbyist General Artist
Rofl! I sound like I'm 12 also. It mostly sucks when I answer the phone and I get the jerks that talk down to me, like, "Can I speak with your mom, little girl? Put an adult on the phone, please." :P
mistaD's avatar
Man! Some people are stupid...I'll probably be throwing my cell phone to the wall
TheDJTC's avatar
my voicemail message sounds like I'm a whiney asshole who has lost his mind.

I never check my voicemail for fear that it will cost me money.

Damn celluar telephones.

damn hockey players from hell.
MawBedlam's avatar
Atleast you get voicemail. May it be wrong some time, beats not having one for month after month.
christian-a's avatar
christian-aStudent General Artist
that's cool.
I just realised you draw yourself with a sharp tooth.
Freshman15's avatar
Yup. I have one tooth that sometimes hangs over my bottom lip. My boyfriend calls it my fang. ^^
christian-a's avatar
christian-aStudent General Artist
:XD:
felinoid's avatar
felinoid Writer
Funny, A few decades ago *yeah umm phone made of stones* I got a phone line for my BBS (think message forum before the internet) but the computer wasn't ready so I left it disconnected for a month (just got lazy) when I figured I should plug in a phone so I can make calls. People started calling so I plugged in an old (even by those days) answering machine. "You have the wrong number thank you have a nice day" and people left messages for "Bob". This continued for another month so I answered the phone and told him he had the wrong number. The guy insisted he had the right number and demanded I put bob on the line. He claims he talked to bob at that number a week ago. I explained that I had the number for 2 months and for the last month it was an answering machine. He didn't believe me. So after that I plugged in the BBS and the calls for bob stopped (amazing what a computer screech can do)
Kalooeh's avatar
I usually get calls from old ladies >_> On the home phone though :/
I don't get mad if it's a wrong number and they call back 2 or 3 more times since I've done that before, cause I think maybe I typed the damn thing in wrong since I suck with numbers and it's not anything new for me to accidently switch some around... or have problems telling what the number someone wrote down was :P :paranoid: I do apologize for it though
mommala's avatar
sweet! I especially like the last panel with Kyle & Spiral!
ps Moo Moo & Beeker miss you :)
packstrap's avatar
packstrapStudent Digital Artist
There are quite a few stories floating around the internet about people whose numbers were similar to (like a digit away from) restauants. So they'd repeatedly have to twll random callers that, no, they couldn't make them a pizza.
EmperorNortonII's avatar
EmperorNortonIIProfessional Traditional Artist
I've been there. I've had messages on my machine in Chinese!
Horseman25's avatar
Horseman25Hobbyist Traditional Artist
XD people do that all the time to my friend
Wings-on-Water's avatar
Wings-on-WaterHobbyist Photographer
Heh, yeah that used to happen to me when I lived in Toronto. Nobody ever phoned me, really, and so it was very unusual to get a voicemail message. Apparently my number was one number different from a dentist's or a doctor's office, I couldn't tell which, so I'd get people leaving a message saying they wanted to make an appointment. Despite the fact that my answering thing said my name and not a doctor's. After some old guy called three times while I was away going mournfully on about his tooth (it might have been a dentist's office), I changed my message to, "If you are calling for a doctor's office, please check your number because this is not it. If you're calling for me, leave a message."
Merewina's avatar
MerewinaStudent General Artist
"Sweet, I'm popular!" Laughed out loud.
Zophar81's avatar
On my cell I usually get text messages that appears to belong to some teenage girls for some reason, while I get calls from people from the Wasatch Front.
Dakata's avatar
Ugh, wrong numbers suck. :C

I remember one time, when some lady called asking for her friend Gina or something. She called, I answered, she asked if Gina was there, I said no and said that she had the wrong number.

So she asked me to go get Gina. I told her, again, there's no Gina here. You've got the wrong number.

But she kept telling me to tell Gina this and tell Gina that.

I just hung up. :hmm: WRONG NUMBER MEANS WRONG NUMBER. I'm sorry, I don't like to be rude, but learn how to listen. :hmm:

A minute later, she calls back! :noes: I just ignored it.

And then another minute later, she calls again! I ignored it, because she was kinda creeping me out. :C But this time she leaves a voice mail (I've still got mine on the default "Please leave a message" one, I'm lazy and if I recorded one, it'd probably sound like crap :C), and of course, she's acting like she's leaving a message for Gina ("Oh hey Gina, just wanted to tell you blah blah blah..."), and she was about to give an ADDRESS, maybe more :C, but I just deleted that message. DAMN.

And of course, I've gotten a few phone calls IN THE MORNING. And I mean "Before six". DDDDDD: And I check the phone numbers (or at least the area codes) of people who call me, ALL of the people who call in the morning live IN MY STATE, in a city that's 2 hours or less away. :C WTF. I would understand (But not forgive them, ever) if it was telemarketers, or maybe someone in another state trying to call a friend of theirs in Michigan or something, BUT GOD DAMN PEOPLE, GO TO SLEEP. >:L I was awake for one or two of the calls, but still, DON'T do that. EVER. I've only answered like half of the calls, and they're lucky I didn't bitch them out. >:L SERIOUSLY. If you're gonna call someone when it's like three, four, five in the morning, double-check the fucking number before you call. Not everyone is awake that early. >:C

One of them was dumb. They called asking for one person, and I said no, I don't know that person, wrong number, it's four in the morning you know, etc. They just said okay (NO APOLOGY :( For waking me up), and I hung up. Then a minute or two later, they call back and ask IF I KNOW WHERE SO-AND-SO IS. :|

I really need to set my voice mail, apparently. :/ I should look for something fun to use on the internet. ;P I need to start bitching people out more too, they friggin' deserve it.
Pfffft, I make long comments too much. :C
Artytoons's avatar
"No habla espanol." -always handy to use in case of emergency.

I would think the most common phone message you would hear if you do sound like a 12 year old in your voicemail greeting:

"Who is this, really?"
Andy120290's avatar
I laughed at second panel.

Never used a voicemail before, but everyone sounds a little different over the phone to me.
Cyng's avatar
CyngHobbyist General Artist
I've had this happen a lot; I've had a spanish lady/guy call me at ten in the morning spouting off something that sounds like gibberish to me in my half awake state, and once you start speaking in english they get all offended like I had called them, and then they hang-up..... Only to call back again. And again, and again; this happened for five days straight, ranging to all sorts of hours through out the day. <.<;;

Then I had someone mistaking me for this older woman named Mrs. Eleanor or something like that, about her perscription glasses at PearlVision.....

And I especially love it when you don't answer a call 'cause you don't recognize the number (least I don't) and my voicemail says if you want me to call ya back leave a message and they don't. But they don't stop calling either @_@;

What funny is I just got my phone, so I'm like, 'How did you all get my number? It didn't even excist until a month ago~'
Wings-on-Water's avatar
Wings-on-WaterHobbyist Photographer
Ah, the ones that don't leave a message might be telephone solicitors of some sort. Which is why they keep calling back. Who knows where they get the numbers from?
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