STEVE SMITH NO UNDERSTAND!? HIM CALL VOLUNTEERS HELP INCEL. NEED FIGHTER HELP SECURE CASCADIA EMIRATE FREEDOM. STEVE SMITH NOT ABLE RAPE ENTIRE AMERICA ARMY AND CANADA ARMY.
STEVE SMITH NEED HELP – BUT LOOK WHAT HIM GET?!
THEM LOOK WARRIORS HELP KEEP CASCADIA FREE???
“INCEL” MEAN WHAT TO HOOMANS?
Q: Is there a polite, non-offensive way to ask a customer service agent to transfer my call to a representative who does not have a foreign accent?
It has been my experience that I am often frustrated or angry with whatever circumstance has caused me to call a customer service department. I become even more upset when the representative does not understand the details of my complaint. There are so many Americanized phrases and terms that we use that may not be literally translated, which causes unavoidable confusion in the conversation.
I completely understand that it is not the representative’s fault. She deserves to be commended for being able to speak another language so fluently; I certainly cannot! However, when I am anxious to have an unpleasant situation resolved, I would simply appreciate not having a language barrier.
I don’t want to offend the person on the other end of the phone. What do you suggest?
A: STEVE SMITH RUN INTO ALL TIME, BUT OTHER WAY AROUND. STEVE SMITH TALK GOOD, BUT GET “AM I SPEAKING TO A GORILLA WITH A MOUTH FULL OF MARBLES?” “WHAT IS WITH ALL THE GRUNTING?”
STEVE SMITH THINK YOU JUST NEED LISTEN HARDER. TALK LOUD, SPEAK SLOW. THAT WORK!
Q: I showed an acquaintance a photo of me that was taken nine years ago. The photo is of me, in a beautiful ball gown. His response? “That doesn’t look like you at all.”
It was irritating at least, humiliating at worst. What do I say if I get this rude comment again?
A: SAY “THAT FUNNY, GO TELL FRIEND STEVE SMITH!” STEVE SMITH HIT ON HEAD WITH BIG ROCK. THEN RAPE. OF COURSE.