24 thoughts on “A follow-up

  1. Maybe Ziff Vavif is another company. The one that runs that 99up.com site.

    Wait, we have had this conversation already…

  2. Well, we know that F can’t be a ‘long S’ because it comes at the end of the name. So that’s out. The Vs are even more of a head-scratcher. Maybe whoever sent the package dictated the address to their assistant with a mouth full of Cheetos?

  3. How can this spelling interpretation even be possible unless you talk like Master Billy Quizboy?

  4. My name was already provided for her in writing. All she had to add was the floor number and the company name. Both of which she bungled! I’m sad I corrected her on Ziff, though. I’m pretty sure Viff Vavif was a guy in the background of the Mos Eisley cantina.

    I place many orders for dinner, takeout and delivery, and my orders come back correct every time. I do not think my mouthpiece is at fault here.

  5. I read an article in EGM a while ago called WTfiction!?: Xenogears and I loved it. However the other day I was looking for that article again and I can find the magazine. Is their any way I could get a link to the article since I can’t find it? Thanks

  6. I am Zeef Vaveef, genteelman and bon vivant. Bonjour, monsieur. I am heere to play ze, how you call them, veedeo games?

    (Also, I’m disappointed in you Baron. A real man would become a stripper just to be able to use the stage name Ziff Vavif.)

  7. Wow. If any of this was over the phone, did she at any point call you ma’am? That happens to me a lot.

  8. I used to work in a call center and now understand each and every person who has committed suicide, ever. One thing the customer has to understand is this: The person on the other side of the phone wants to kill him or herself badly. Call center workers are overworked and underpaid (for the amount of work they do), you have to put up with manager who like to do unnecessary displays of power by humiliating you or pushing you to sleep with them (a stripper has more dignity than a call center worker).

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