Reverse charged prank calls

I have a friend who keeps giving telemarketers my number. His name is Joe. He thinks it’s funny when they call me, expecting an easy sale, and I run my standard anti-telemarketer ritual of talking for a minute and then just staying silent.

I decided it was about time I got him back.

My problem with prank calls is that I always laugh in the middle of them. I needed someone else to do my dirty work. So, like every other Australian male who needs a little bit of spring in his step, I turned to the Australian Medical Institute. And they called him for me. You can click the image for a larger version.

I highly recommend this course of action, partly because I’m sick of being inundated with AMI ads, and because it’s free.

9 thoughts on “Reverse charged prank calls”

  1. Oh, heavens. This is not funny. I mean, seriously…it’s not.

    But thankyou at least for satisfying my curiosity as to whether or not the person in question has actually done anything concretely bad. (Though I’ve met Joe, I don’t know him – but am constantly hearing people around me blame him for *everything* that goes wrong in their lives – even for some quite ridiculous things that no-one could be to blame for…surely?)

  2. But how do you top that? It might have to involve Kyle and Jackie O and we really don’t want to go there…

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