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    Can you look them up on fb on the number you rang this morning? And see who u are dealing with?

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    Quote Originally Posted by magicmashie View Post
    Can you look them up on fb on the number you rang this morning? And see who u are dealing with?
    Already tried it, no luck 😭

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    They be a bit cray cray

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    And who doesn't put their phone on do not disturb/silent!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    And who doesn't put their phone on do not disturb/silent!
    Me. Because when I was 20, I had been out the night before and got back late, and forgot to put my phone on silent. The next morning I had a call before 6 - it was my brother telling me that my dad was in a critical condition at my local hospital (he lived in Sydney, we did not), and while he had been stabilised in ER, they were taking him up to ICU. I am forever grateful I forgot to put my phone on silent that night. I really hope I don't get another call like that, but if I do, I don't want to miss it. It might be my last chance.


    But, on topic. That was a seriously weird thing for a stranger to do and to continue harping on about it. Who could be bothered to go to all that effort for an early morning call from a number you didn't know!

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    I never have mine on silent either but I have adult kids.
    Its not uncommon for me to be woken by the phone late at night or early in the morning so it wouldn't be that big of a deal here.

    She seems crazy. I probably would have gotten cranky by second or third text and let loose on her. So we'll done for keeping your cool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wise Enough View Post
    And who doesn't put their phone on do not disturb/silent!
    Me either.
    Shift working husband.

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    If you have an iPhone you can select do not disturb. It lets people on your favourites list still ring. Also if you call more than once in x amount of time it lets the call through.

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    No iPhone. Good ol' Samsung here.

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    You'd be surprised by the amount of people who don't do that.
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