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I have painted my nails during a call but most of the time I draw pictures or do some coloring. Sometimes it’s hard to hear the caller, either because they’re hiding somewhere or they’re calling from far away, I’ve had callers from England and from Africa. ” If my fiancé is anywhere within earshot he’ll grab a banana out of the fruit basket and hold it next to his body to try to get me to crack up.

I’d estimate that 50 percent of our callers are Canadian. One guy wanted me to meet him on the corner, he thought I was a local single. Sometimes I’ll laugh so hard that I have to hit mute. He doesn’t shame me for doing this kind of work — he’s very open-minded.

They tend to be quality callers —less perverted than Americans. If they find out I’m in the USA, though, they will usually hang up. He was like, “I’m a wittle wittle person, I want you to sit on me.” I once told a guy I was 300 pounds, that wasn’t fat enough for him so he hung up on me. Occasionally I get calls from females, but usually those calls don’t last very long because they’re like, Ironically the calls from women are the worst. A lot of guys say they’re going through a divorce or they’re in a loveless relationship.

When you take a call you never know what you will get: You could go to Candyland or you could go to Crackville. I can’t keep them on the phone to save my life and they are very pushy. Many just want conversation — marriage proposals are common.

If you’re creative and have the gift of gab, you’ll be good at this job.

I work at a desk from home and I have a headset that’s plugged into a landline (we can’t use cell phones) and that costs me about each month.

I got a degree for a “regular” career, but when my car died I realized if I was going to pay my bills I had to find work I could do from home.

My family had no money and public transport was abysmal. All you had to do was leave a message and based on how your voice sounds you got hired.

It's really a shame that so many people are, in fact, so hooked on "traditional" forms of narrative (taught by a sexist society) that they fail to see the value of this film.When I get a call, the phone rings and a voice prompt (a “whisper message”) tells me what the caller wants. They go straight into phone sex like, “If you were with me now, what would you do? Last week I talked to a farmer from Oklahoma about his childhood on the farm. Often I am on speakerphone at what sounds like a frat party, or I get prank calls.Boys will giggle and say things like, “I’m really horny.” I can’t believe kids are saying things like that.I’ve told acquaintances and they say things like, “Well, I guess that’s better than being a prostitute.” I don’t think they’re trying to insult me, I think that’s just what they think of the people who do these sort of things. I have social anxiety, I’m afraid to talk to people face-to-face. I’ve read studies on how virtual workers are not really seen as full-fledged employees because their bosses can’t tap them on their shoulder, they can’t see them face-to-face and see how they feel, who they are. I can't help but to be amused by the other comments/reviews on this movie.

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