By muzikmaler91 - United States


Today, I called Pizza Hut to order a pizza. A voice recording was reading me their specials. The man had a horrible country accent so I began to make fun of it. Then I realized it was an actual person on the line. FML
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  glglgl19  |  5

#30 you do have an accent you just can't tell. I can't really tell that I have a new York accent but people not from new York tell me I do. Just saying that If you don't realize it it's probably really bad.

  glglgl19  |  5

While #38 it says your from Florida so could you really tell? They are kinda close together and both places us you'all alot so idk how true that is

  micahsmommy  |  13

104 - I live in Florida now. I've lived in 7 different American states, northern and southern England, southern Germany and northern Italy. I was raised in a half English/half American home but picked up more of the English style accent. So yes I can definitely tell.

  LMA0  |  5

I was thinking that every time the comment "that sucks" comes up the follow up was "just like your comment" but that works too.

  tennisrapper1  |  14

Yeah but then the pizza company might have to change the voicemail recording every day or how ever many days they change their specials and who knows if the company would want to do that. But that is a possibility I suppose... I guess I was just a little too critical off the bat and missed that particular theory... My bad.

  desireev  |  17

The Pizza Hut in my town has a recording that answers the phone. It asks if we would like to place an order for pick-up or delivery. Then asks if we would like to speak to a customer service representative.

  EffYoLife  |  14

No you're not a logical thinker. You must have never ordered from a fast food chain. Dominos gives their specials over a voice recording, so talk what you know.

  davidbdb485  |  0

#17 it's not like it would take that long for someone to read off the specials one time for a recording. A lot of workers have to read them off every time a person asks for them. In my opinion recording them seems logical because it could save time during the busy hours.

  ladyLALAA  |  28

I think recorded messages for chain business/restaurant are a great idea... it gives them time to get to the phone, you get to hear the specials (and even though sure, they might have to change them but I doubt place like this change their specials daily) I had another point but I forget. :D

  angelofsaturn  |  23

actually i worked at a pizza place that had prerecorded specials and cheesy hold music until the actual CSR picked up so you'd(hopefully cause some people just don't fucking listen) know the specials and we wouldn't have to repeat them.

By  crw1017  |  6

I hope to god you hung up and called from a different number. That or called a different pizza place. Otherwise, I'm betting you got a nasty ass pizza.