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"'Ello, 'ello, 'ello." (Only when delivered in a painfully bad fake British accent. If you say "hello" three times in your normal voice, I don't care.)
"What can I do you for?"

This list will probably grow. These three were uttered in the course of a four-sentence, 27-decibel conversation by the admin sitting behind me. My left eye is twitching.


Feb. 7th, 2006 08:46 pm (UTC)
I was leading a training at work and found myself responding to people who wanted to ask a question like that chick who answers the phone for Accounting in Office Space, with the high cheeping sound at the end of her sentences. I realized I was doing it during class and couldn't stop myself. Like that sound makes me less threatening and makes people feel more comfortable asking questions.

I wanted to dig my larynx out with a spork.