Pressing #1 for English, or #2 for Spanish-
I get it..why is that an option?
Oh I don’t know…did the Native Americans have the option? Anyway, some seem to have a really big issue with pressing a single button – is it hard? Is the #1 missing from their phones so they can’t press it? Yet, perplexing more – those people who complain about pressing a single button never complain about the:
“Please listen carefully, as our menu options have changed [As if I memorized the former menu!]-
Press #1 if you’re calling between these particular hours.
Press #2 if you are in need of immediate attention.
Press #3 if you voted Republican.
Press #4 if you wish to speak to Barack Obama.
Press #5 if you need to Press any other number.
Press #6 if you have dry skin.
Press #7 if you want to self-destruct.
Press #8 ….if you dare!
Press #9 to repeat these options.
So you press the corresponding number, only to hear:
Press #1 if you are taller than 6’5″.
Press #2 if you’re having difficulty understanding these options.
Press #3 if you’re naked, and on the phone.
Press #4 if you, by now, have a headache.
Press#5 if you are experiencing anal discharge.
Press #6 if you voted Democrat.
Press #7 if you wish to laugh at Barack Obama.
Press #8 …I dare you!
Press #9 to return to the previous menu.
Seriously? They complain about pressing a single digit, but never the tapestry of options that seem to occupy a large portion of time on the phone? Odd! I prefer a human-being, who could be multi-lingual over pre-recorded menu options – and woe to those who press the wrong button!