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Sunday, October 08, 2006

Elizabeth kuruvilla strikes again!!!

Today around 6:04 in the morning, Elizabeth Kuruvilla stuck again. My spousal unit was asleep. So I could engage Ms.Kuruvilla in a long discrete conversation and I even managed to record it. Just in case she abandons me, worn out from love and desire, I wanted to have the taste of her in my ears. Check out this sound bite, take a listen.



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For those who don’t know Elizabeth Kuruvilla, here is a backgrounder.

8 Comments:

Anonymous Ajith said...

That was funny man!
Even I get these calls lately. Dont know how to get rid of them, except to play pranks like these.

7:32 PM  
Blogger Jaison said...

namichu anno namichu.. [:)]

10:33 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

that was f'kin hilarious. how do u manage to respond like that...

norwegian

6:17 AM  
Anonymous -- said...

I didn't feel so funny about it...If one doesn't like telemarketing call, he should have the verve to ask him to be removed from the call list. That's how bold people deal with it (and tired people do not pick any calls to their home phone...). See, the poor girl on th other end is trying to make a living. I kind of hate mockery, a powerful man never mocks, he just deals with any situation with boldness.
Saying no in not unkind. Mocking is unkind. Next time if she calls, have the courage and wisdom to say no, and ask yourself to be removed from their telemarketing list.

8:06 AM  
Blogger Payyans said...

I have my number in the 'Do not call' registry. I tell them politely every single time not to call me. I have begged them on numerous occasions to remove my number from their list. Ms Kuruvilla and her colleagues call me regardless. When rape became inevitable I decided to lay back, enjoy and have some fun with it. BTW I understand your feeling, and I thought along the same lines myself.

10:03 AM  
Anonymous luttappi said...

ms kuruvi: "hello cheetta.. liz kuruvila aaney.."
vkn: "yeah.."
ms kuruvi: "chettanu manassilaayo?"
vkn: "yeah.. yeah."
ms kuruvi: "chettan service edukkunnathiney patti aalochicho?"
vkn: "yeah yeah.. yeah."
ms kuruvi: "ennittu enthu thonnunu? aTeeaunty ye kkalum mecham aanennu thonnunnille?"
vkn: "oh yeah.."
ms kuruvi: "appo chettanu sammatham aanallo alle?"
vkn: "yeah yeah."
ms kuruvi: "chettante credit card il charge cheyyatte.."
vkn: ""
ms kuruvi: "credit card il charge cheyyavallo alle..? hello?"
vkn: ""
ms kuruvi: "credit card # tharavo chetta.."
vkn: ""
ms kuruvi: "hello chettaa, kekkavallo alle?"
vkn: ""
ms kuruvi: "hello, sir.. "
vkn: ""
ms kuruvi: "chettaah, hello.."
vkn: ""
(flushing sound in the background)

5:32 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi This is a voice from the past but I am sure if Elizabeth Kuruvilla of Bangalore is the same one SHE'LL know me. All I wanted to say is Where the hell RU LULU. I miss U.
Qasim El-Dwairi

8:50 AM  
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