By onye - 11/07/2017 01:53

Today, someone called wanting to talk to my son. My 6-week-old baby is receiving more phone calls than I am. FML
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Hi, OP here. Someone called and went like "Can I talk to Mr. N****, please?". At first I thought he meant my husband, but it turned out to be my son. I said "Well, I don't think you can talk to him, he is just six weeks old. So you might want to talk to me instead". Turns out he was the assistant of the specialist I had made an appointment with because of an issue with my son's spine (something went wrong during the delivery). He was cancelling/rescheduling appointments, because his boss was sick, and hadn't checked the patient's birth date before calling (they treat both kids and adults). He was very embarrassed, but I just thought it was hilarious.

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Probably credit card companies looking for suckers. I have had them send mail and phone calls for my cats before.

He can’t even hold his head up by himself, but he’s figured out how to get himself “out there” better than you. You need to up your game!

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He can’t even hold his head up by himself, but he’s figured out how to get himself “out there” better than you. You need to up your game!

Probably credit card companies looking for suckers. I have had them send mail and phone calls for my cats before.

Hey, if you want somebody to talk like a baby to you over the phone, why not get the genuine article?

Most of those guys talk gibberish anyways, might as well let them talk to someone natural at it.

"Hello, may I please speak to Mr. Baby?"

Was this a family memeber or friend wantig to hear him giggle over the phone or was it a stranger? If it was a stranger I'd alert some kind of authority

Randomness911 12

"This is the IRS and you havent paid your taxes. If you do not send us payment via gift cards or money grams we will issue a warrant for your arrest." The world says hello let us take your childs money already.

Hi, OP here. Someone called and went like "Can I talk to Mr. N****, please?". At first I thought he meant my husband, but it turned out to be my son. I said "Well, I don't think you can talk to him, he is just six weeks old. So you might want to talk to me instead". Turns out he was the assistant of the specialist I had made an appointment with because of an issue with my son's spine (something went wrong during the delivery). He was cancelling/rescheduling appointments, because his boss was sick, and hadn't checked the patient's birth date before calling (they treat both kids and adults). He was very embarrassed, but I just thought it was hilarious.

So, you are losing 1-0 to your baby?

I hope everything ok Op? regarding spine?

Your husband is Mr. Nigga???!?!? Sorry, it's the first word that pops to my mind when I see N**** XD

@RichardPencil ...it was a joke....I thought it was funny and wanted to share it. I've also received quite an amount of post regarding him. That's what happens if you have a baby (at least in my country). @itisok thanks for asking, yeah, he is fine. It's just a minor thing but needs to be looked at, nevertheless. We had a difficult start and he had to be in intensive care at first (for a different reason), so I'm glad that it's almost over. @Laonte that's actually kinda funny....of course that's not his name, but my husband is black (and my son halfcast), so......ha ha ha

Face it, your baby is a spy.

Maybe you should look out for identity theft.