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Cold calling the cold caller — 2 Comments

  1. You should try doing it in Greek! Now that is really challenging! I've managed to pick up a fair bit of invective, but not nearly enough to deliver the sort of message that I would dearly love to get across. I have to be satisfied with a merely rather displeased diatribe, rather than the explosive condemnation that I would like to convey. It's always difficult in a language that you aren't really fluent in. I know plenty of insults, but they aren't really suitable for deployment when dealing with some poor sap in a call centre, and would be counter-productive. It's very frustrating sometimes.

    • My knowledge of Greek is somewhat limited!!  You could always teach me a few choice words?

      I would love to lay my hands on those tapes they are always on about "for training purposes"…

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