By Eli Maldonado - 29/5/2021 17:01

Great customer service, thanks!

Today, I called customer service for my phone. We talked for a while and the man was very nice to me. Too nice. Right before hanging up, he said, “Have a good day ma’am!” He was flirting the whole time and I didn’t realize it, and he didn’t that I’m a guy. FML
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By  cuz803  |  41

Take it as a compliment. I'm straight but if a gay person was finding me attractive or if a guy on the phone found me attractive by accident, I'd be happy cause it makes me feel less ugly. I know it's awkward but it feels good to know being loved is possible 😂

By  Chazzster  |  21

My voice didn’t change much when I was a teen (guy) and it was not uncommon for a stranger on the phone to assume I was my mom. I bought an inexpensive tape recorder and the first time I listen to my own voice as a teen I was horrified! My first reaction was that I should never talk again! But then after a while I got used to my own voice and came to accept it.

I never developed that idealized “Johnny Cash” sort of voice, but nobody seems to confuse my voice now with a female one.

If your voice genuinely bothers you, try frequently singing along with a musician who’s voice you admire. I think that eventually helps. It’s not an attempt to become a great singer but an attempt to train the sound of your voice.

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By  cuz803  |  41

Take it as a compliment. I'm straight but if a gay person was finding me attractive or if a guy on the phone found me attractive by accident, I'd be happy cause it makes me feel less ugly. I know it's awkward but it feels good to know being loved is possible 😂

By  Chazzster  |  21

My voice didn’t change much when I was a teen (guy) and it was not uncommon for a stranger on the phone to assume I was my mom. I bought an inexpensive tape recorder and the first time I listen to my own voice as a teen I was horrified! My first reaction was that I should never talk again! But then after a while I got used to my own voice and came to accept it.

I never developed that idealized “Johnny Cash” sort of voice, but nobody seems to confuse my voice now with a female one.

If your voice genuinely bothers you, try frequently singing along with a musician who’s voice you admire. I think that eventually helps. It’s not an attempt to become a great singer but an attempt to train the sound of your voice.