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Sun 03/04/05 at 01:13
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"SOUP!"
Posts: 13,017
The deal is, some fat (and I assume they're fat because of the blubbery crisp-chewing background noise) retard keeps calling my phone and not saying anything. They're even leaving me voicemails.

Arousing as it is I want to block them from ringing me because it's annoying (and arousing)

So how do I enforce this block with my operator?

It's O2 if that matters at all.

Thanks


(I'm so aroused)
Sun 03/04/05 at 15:38
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"betterthanmoneymake"
Posts: 466
Luza wrote:
> do u eat crisps ?

Didnt really deserve a reply
Sun 03/04/05 at 12:18
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"the burning sky"
Posts: 4,984
RoJ wrote:
> Gah. I used to get some Limey that'd phone and hang up. He'd do it
> about 30+ times an evening. What was the point..

I had a mate who used to do that. During school weeks he's ring up for homework help and stuff, which got very annoying. So one week I dropped the hint I'd be out for one evening (which I wasnt), but he still phoned up. And when I didnt pick up he continued ringing. We kept counting and it got up to about 20 phone-calls. We decided to pick up in the end, saying we'd just got back in. His persistence paid off. :P
Sun 03/04/05 at 11:47
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"For One Night Only"
Posts: 3,773
Damn telesales calling from Bombay and hanging up on you!
Sun 03/04/05 at 11:40
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Posts: 11,038
RoJ wrote:
> Gah. I used to get some Limey that'd phone and hang up. He'd do it
> about 30+ times an evening. What was the point..

I got that too.
It was the most annoying thing ever.
Sun 03/04/05 at 11:36
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"Not a Jew"
Posts: 7,532
Gah. I used to get some Limey that'd phone and hang up. He'd do it about 30+ times an evening. What was the point..
Sun 03/04/05 at 03:41
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Posts: 1,416
Sorry..shouldn't have posted anything like this. I hope you rectify the matter in any case. *sighs*
Sun 03/04/05 at 01:36
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"Father Crilly"
Posts: 66
i lik salt an vinegar
Sun 03/04/05 at 01:30
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"Dr. Chad Niga"
Posts: 4,550
If you have the number, then call o2 up, you'll have to wait to talk to an actual person, may cost you a few pence.
Then tell them you want to stop recieving calls from that number. And they should be able to sort it out.
If not, swear at them alot for wasting your money and change to Orange.
Sun 03/04/05 at 01:16
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"Father Crilly"
Posts: 66
do u eat crisps ?
Sun 03/04/05 at 01:13
Regular
"SOUP!"
Posts: 13,017
The deal is, some fat (and I assume they're fat because of the blubbery crisp-chewing background noise) retard keeps calling my phone and not saying anything. They're even leaving me voicemails.

Arousing as it is I want to block them from ringing me because it's annoying (and arousing)

So how do I enforce this block with my operator?

It's O2 if that matters at all.

Thanks


(I'm so aroused)

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