Sunday, February 4, 2018


I never ever thought that I would use those words. Especially as a respectful member of this society, I am still amazed that I have uttered those two words on several occasions lately. But there comes a time when being polite and accepting what life throws you is unbearable and deserves a PO or FU.

Now I am angry! What the heck does Siriusxm radio  think that they  are going to accomplish by harassing us by phoning us almost every weekday?We told them that we were not interested in continuing with listening to Sirius in our new car. 

When will NO mean NO? 

(Where is my whistle? Didn’t that shrill sound turn off prank phone callers in the old days? Saved me from cursing 🤬 )


Janie Junebug said...

Are you on the National Do Not Call list? I am, but I continue to receive calls from certain companies. I tell them very firmly "DO NOT CALL ME AGAIN. TAKE ME OFF YOUR CALLING LIST." They still call. I've been told that I can charge them with harassment, but it seems as if it would take more time than ignoring their calls.


Joanne Noragon said...

I have a whistle. Haven't used it in a while. My mother used to say, loudly, "Officer, this is the call we need on your tape." She says it ended the calls.

Wendy Bellino said...

I screen my calls. Don’t answer!

NanaDiana said...

I am really sick of those robo calls where there is the long pause ---so I just hang up on those. I have to answer because we have a business line.
Good luck getting rid of them. xo Diana

Mrs. Micawber said...

Clutching my pearls ... not. So sorry you have to deal with this!

We have a landline and the phone always rings when I'm at the far end of the (very long) room with yarn draped all over my lap and down the side of my chair. I swear we get more robocalls than real calls. Like NanaDiana, I hang up on the ones that start with a long pause.

DrivingDutchman said...

I had the same problem with them. Calling me before 10am on a Saturday. They received the same treatment from me unfortunately.