I have a little story to tell you. Here it goes.
A worn out Melody strolls into the office with her cup of java. She almost trips over her friend Steph at the elevator.
“I’m so sorry,” Melody apologizes, “This guy keeps calling me at three in the morning. Every night he tries to tell me these mean things. I hope he will stop, but he doesn’t!”
Steph adds, “I bet the phone company said they couldn’t do anything about it too?”
“Yes,” Melody says, “since he’s not actually threatening me, and he’s blocking his caller ID, they’re powerless. They told me to turn off my ringer. I can’t do that! What if there’s an emergency when the kids are at their dad’s?”
“That same kind of thing happened to me last year,” whispers Steph. “Want to know how I got rid of the guy?”
Steph told Melody how her old roommate told her about the Telephone Voice Changer. She loved her new place, but wasn’t so intrigued about the neighborhood. The voice changer made it sound like a brawny dude lived at her place. She thought it would be perfect if somebody buzzed her doorbell late at night.
“Instead,” Steph says, “this jerk starts calling my number all the time. I’d get messages from him all day long. So I took a day off, got myself a good book and settled in next to the phone.”
“So what happened,” asks Melody.
“Sure enough, the guy calls,” Steph says, “and I answer: Hello, this is John.”
Melody requests, “what did he do?”
“He just gulped and said he had the wrong number,” Steph replies.
Melody puzzled, “the guy didn’t know you were a woman?”
“He had no clue,” exclaims Steph, “because it sounds so real. I have it on my answering machine if you want to hear it.”
Steph takes out her cellphone and dials her home number, handing the phone to Melody as it rings. When the machine picks up, Melody’s eyes balloon with surprise.
“No way,” Melody exclaims, “There’s no way that’s your voice. You sound like a guy!”
“It’s great,” Steph says, “though I did have to explain to my Mom why some guy was answering my phone. But it gets better. The guy called back one more time.”
“What did you do?” asked Melody.
“I switched on my male voice and told him that I’d better not find the guy that woke up my kid. I swear I heard him drop the phone, he tried to hang up so fast.”
“That’s it,” adds Melody, “You’ve got to tell me where you got that thing!”
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