"Hello, is Jack there?" from a large electronics manufacturer
Can you give me the telephone number for Jack?
I'm sorry sir, I don't understand who you are talking about.
On page 1, section 5 of the user guide, it clearly states that I need to unplug the fax machine from the AC wall socket and telephone jack before cleaning. Now, can you give me the number for Jack?
I think it means the telephone plug on the wall.
1. Are you the answering machine?
2. What!?! I need to bring cocaine!? No sir, I said co-pay.
3. What time is the midnight buffet?
4. What is the temperature going to be next June?
5. Can I have a cabin on the side of the ship with a land view?
6. Good morning, you're sleeping with Mark.
7. I need to get that information. Can I hold you?
8. Can you see my screen from there?
9. He's bald! He ain't got no "her" on his head!
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