Frokosttid. Telefonen ringer. Fra Frankrig. Altid spændende.
A: [Forventningsfuld] Hallo, c'est Adam ESTRUP.
M: [Indsmigrende] Hello, Sir, my name is Melissa. I'm calling from the computer services Microsoft department. How are you today?
Ikke megen fransk accent at spore der. Nå, lad mig gå med på spøgen. Selv om jeg bruger Mac.
A: [Mægtig glad] Oh, swell, thank you for calling! So glad you do.
M: [Pædagogisk] You're welcome, Sir. We have received numerous faults and warning signs from your computer.
A: [Mindst lige så glad] Ahh, I see, that's maybe why its' been so slow. Can you please help me?
M: [Opløftet] Yes, Sir, I can. Please type in www.supposed.me
– let me spell it for you – and I can help you.
Opremsning af adressen...
A: [Nølende] Mmm, yes, hmm, now it's in there. But my browser seemingly can't open the page. Maybe you can help me with that? I have a very slow internet connection. Could you please ping my IP-number? You must have it from the messages you received?
M: [Venlig] Please open the page, Sir.
A: [Smådesperat] But I can't. Really. Could you please ping me?
M: [Anstrengt] Please open the page, Sir.
A: [Desperat] I really need you to ping me and tell me how long time it takes. I have a very slow connection. Maybe you can help me with that?
M: [Meget anstrengt] Please open the page, Sir.
A: [Meget desperat] But I can't. The connection is slow. Could you please ping me?
M: [Mega anstrengt] Please open the page, Sir.
A: [Opgivende] I really need you to ping me. I can't open the page. Please, Melissa?
M: [Råbende] Ohh, you stupid man. I'm not your internet provider.
A: [Overrasket] Wow, not the most excellent customer service.
Telefonen overraskende nok lagt på.
Det var så ikke så spændende, at det gjorde noget, det franske kald. Men lidt sjaw
må man da have med de stakkels mennesker, der så gerne vil scamme