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Few Good Men Parody
Few Good Men parody - salesperson / strip club
If you want answers I think we're entitled to them you want answers. You can handle the truth and we live in the world that requires revenue and that revenue must be brought in by people with the legal(?) skills who's gonna find you. You missed your operations manager. We have a greater responsibility then you can possibly set-them(?) off at sales division and you curse our lucrative incentives you have that luxury you have the luxury of not knowing what we know well cost of business results or excessive verizon(?) revenue and my very existence-local-casket(?) in comprehensive able(?) to You drive,-verizon(?) revenue. You don't wanna know the truth because deep down in places you don't talk about in staff meeting you want me on that call you need me on that call. We use words like cost per point no yard upgrade make good and added value. We use these words as the backbone of the lights-that(?) negotiating something you use as a punch line. I had-needed(?) the time or inclination to explain myself the peopl...
My mother will love this when she calls.
Hahahaha I think this one is awesome!!
Col Nathan Jessup is the MAN!!!
it was great up til the end
HILLARITTTOOOUUSSSSS that was the funniest and coolest 1
It's just too long! My mother would fall asleep waiting for the beep! I kinda liked the did you expect lap dances? part, though. I agree about the end. It was just not acceptable for some of my callers.
Boring. Way too long, too much static.
Only the grotesque top performer that is way too type-A for the budget bean counters in mgmt to relate to will appreciate this...and VERY FEW of those mgrs are big enough to accept how humorous this really is, so it won't actually be USED in an outgoing msg...BUT, I'm still wiping the tears of hyperventilating laughter from my eyes...thank you!
Way too long!!!
Way too long, and not that funny.
At the beginning, impression for Jack was pretty good...Tom not at all close. However, the longer the message played, the worse the impression became. Way, way too long. If I'd gotten this message, I would have hung up after the first two lines
Didn't even listen to the end. It was just too fricken long