So a meth addict sings me a song

I’m very much not a voice mail type of a person. Look, if you call me and I don’t answer, don’t bother leaving a voice mail just send me an email or text me (so I can ignore you on my own time).

That said, for those who haven’t embraced the 21st century and still leave me voice mails, I’ve got a tool to help me deal with them which translates the voice mail into text and sends it to me in my email.

Many of you have this as well and I spoke of it a few weeks back when I got a call, and subsequent voice mail, from the toilet.

That’s pretty much disturbing enough to push me away from answering the phone ever again. But, last night I got another voice mail that, while not from the toilet, just may have been from a meth addict.

Maybe he’s making meth in the bathroom?

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Also, for some reason after reading the above all I can think of is a song that goes a little something like this:

“Na na na na…na na na na…hey hey hey…good bye…”

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6 Responses to So a meth addict sings me a song

  1. List of X says:

    Or maybe someone was calling from the top of the bull at the rodeo, or while engaged in some other activity that involves a lot of high-amplitude shaking.

    • CubicleViews says:

      The bull makes a lot of sense actually seeing as I deal with a ton of BS daily.

      You may be onto something there.

      Also, I do feel like a rodeo clown-often throwing myself in front of the great beast trying to save “the man” who’s clearly more important than I.

  2. free penny press says:

    All i can say to that is ,what the hell..lol

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