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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Jon Gordon: Hi, I'm not answering my phone right now because I'm building kitchen cabinets at 111 Hi, I'm not answering my phone right now because I'm building kitchen cabinets at 111 Main Street. I'm putting my heart and soul into these cabinets so I won't be returning calls until I'm finished with the job. Please know I will give the same attention and care to your work, as well. If you need to talk to me feel free to come by 111 Main Street during my lunch break at noon. — Jon Gordon
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Barbara Kingsolver: Being a novelist and being a mother have exactly coincided in my life: the call Being a novelist and being a mother have exactly coincided in my life: the call from my agent saying that I had a contract for my first novel - that was on my answering phone message when I got back from the hospital with my first child. — Barbara Kingsolver
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Brendan Dooling: I'm definitely a child of the 21st century and I prefer texting to phone calls, I'm definitely a child of the 21st century and I prefer texting to phone calls, but I would prefer an answering machine over all. — Brendan Dooling
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Susan Ward: Answer your phone. Get call forwarding. Or an answering service. Hire staff if you need Answer your phone. Get call forwarding. Or an answering service. Hire staff if you need to. But make sure that someone is picking up the phone when someone calls your business. — Susan Ward
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Mitsuyo Kakuta: But Aoi found it impossible to fully open herself up to any of hernew friends. But Aoi found it impossible to fully open herself up to any of her
new friends. She could laugh with them, rant with them, even play
at falling in love with them. But there remained a certain line she was loath to let anybody cross, and if someone tried to come closer
than that, she hastily erected a wall, not answering the phone and
staying away from classes until a more comfortable distance reasserted
itself. — Mitsuyo Kakuta
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Richard Dooling: I'm always working. I don't really set limits. I tend to go in bursts. And I'm always working. I don't really set limits. I tend to go in bursts. And in between, I'm doing my taxes, answering the phone, and all those kinds of things. I waste a lot of time. Computers take a lot of time. I love computers. — Richard Dooling
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Angelina Jolie: Like most people, you listen to yourself on the phone or an answering machine and Like most people, you listen to yourself on the phone or an answering machine and you're like, 'Ugh.' So to do something with just your voice is hard. — Angelina Jolie
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Jenny Lewis: I felt like hip-hop was my music, it was like my outsider music ... but I felt like hip-hop was my music, it was like my outsider music ... but then my mom started answering our phone, 'Yo, what's up.' She was hearing me talk to my friends. I was like, 'No, mom, don't cop the hip-hop talk.' — Jenny Lewis
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Sloane Crosley: At this point I feel I would be remiss to not mention the prevalence of At this point I feel I would be remiss to not mention the prevalence of a specific kind of person who enters the field of book publishing. This is the English lit major who never should have left academia, a genius who has read all of V.S. Naipaul but can't photocopy title pages right side up. This person is very thin, possibly vegan, probably Ivy League. He or she feels as if answering the phone in a chipper voice is a form of legalized prostitution. He or she has a single quirky fashion piece, usually red or black, and waxes poetic about typewriters and the British, having never truly known either. Regardless of sex, they all want to be David Foster Wallace when they grow up. — Sloane Crosley
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Charles Bukowski: Soon I'll finish this 5th of Puerto Rican rum. in the morning I'll vomit and Soon I'll finish this 5th of Puerto Rican rum. in the morning I'll vomit and shower, drive back in, have a sandwich by 1 p.m., be back in my room by 2, stretched on the bed, waiting for the phone to ring, not answering, my holiday is an evasion, mt reasoning is not. — Charles Bukowski
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Chellie Pingree: There's great value to knitting or digging up your garden or chopping up vegetables for There's great value to knitting or digging up your garden or chopping up vegetables for soup, because you're taking some time away from turning the pages, answering your emails, talking to people on the phone, and you're letting your brain process whatever is stuck up in there. — Chellie Pingree
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Penny Reid: Go then." I shrugged. "And if you lock yourself out of your car don't call Go then." I shrugged. "And if you lock yourself out of your car don't call me. I won't be answering my cell phone. — Penny Reid
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Kevin Harrington: I did something rather innovative that my competitors didn't like: I took out a full-page I did something rather innovative that my competitors didn't like: I took out a full-page advertisement in the Yellow Pages that listed an office on the east side of Cincinnati, and another office on the west side, while every other heating/air-conditioning company had only one location and one phone number. I was the citywide company. In fact, our 'westside office' was just an answering service taking telephone message. From the start we appeared to be a big company. — Kevin Harrington
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Not Answering The Phone Sayings By David Harry: Is this Jimmy Redstone?" the male voice at the other end of the line inquired. Is this Jimmy Redstone?" the male voice at the other end of the line inquired.
I couldn't identify the voice. I didn't recognize the number and the used car salesman tone didn't do anything to reduce my annoyance at being interrupted during breakfast. "Who the hell you think would be answering his phone?" I snarled. — David Harry
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Charlaine Harris: I am here," Eric said."And I am here." I was a little amused at Eric's I am here," Eric said.
"And I am here." I was a little amused at Eric's phone answering technique.
"Sookie, my little bullet-sucker," he said, sounding fond and warm.
"Eric, my big bullshitter. — Charlaine Harris
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Seth Godin: The only purpose of starting is to finish, and while the projects we do are The only purpose of starting is to finish, and while the projects we do are never really finished, they must ship. Shipping means hitting the publish button on your blog, showing a presentation to the sales team, answering the phone, selling the muffins, sending out your references. Shipping is the collision between your work and the outside world. — Seth Godin
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Melissa Brown: Enjoy the movie. I hear the guy gets the girl" I said, my tone bold Enjoy the movie. I hear the guy gets the girl" I said, my tone bold and flirtatious.
"Which guy?" She laughed, playing along. I could hear her smile through the phone. It felt good to make her smile. Really good.
I paused before answering, "The one who deserves her. — Melissa Brown
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Jonathan Zittrain: The crucial legacy of the personal computer is that anyone can write code for it The crucial legacy of the personal computer is that anyone can write code for it and give or sell that code to you - and the vendors of the PC and its operating system have no more to say about it than your phone company does about which answering machine you decide to buy. — Jonathan Zittrain
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By John Grisham: My dad's filthy rich, and even though we're Irish Catholic I'm an only child. I've My dad's filthy rich, and even though we're Irish Catholic I'm an only child. I've got more money than you do so I'll work for free. No charge. A free law clerk for three weeks. I'll do all the research, typing, answering the phone. I'll even carry your briefcase and make the coffee.
I was afraid you'd want to be a a law partner.
No I'm a woman, and I'm in the South. I know my place. — John Grisham
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Dennis Miller: We are overeducated pharmacy clerks (with doctorate degrees) answering the phone, running the cash register, We are overeducated pharmacy clerks (with doctorate degrees) answering the phone, running the cash register, ringing up donuts and dish soap while juggling 10 or more drug related issues per minute with our one technician yelling Override! — Dennis Miller
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Rachel Cohn: I lost myself immediately in one of the books, only emerging when the phone rang."Dashiell?" I lost myself immediately in one of the books, only emerging when the phone rang.
"Dashiell?" my father intoned. As if someone else with my voice might be answering the phone at my mother's apartment.
"Yes, Father?"
"Leeza and I would like to wish you a merry Christmas."
"Thank you, Father. And to you, as well."
[awkward pause]
[even more awkward pause]
"I hope your mother isn't giving you any trouble."
Oh, Father, I love it when you play this game.
"She told me if I clean all the ashes out of the grate, then I'll be able to help my sisters get ready for the ball."
"It's Christmas, Dashiell. Can't you give that attitude a rest?"
"Merry Christmas, Dad. And thanks for the presents."
"What presents?"
"I'm sorry - those were all from Mom, weren't they?"
"Dashiell ... "
"I gotta go. The gingerbread men are on — Rachel Cohn
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Douglas Adams: It's just that it's a good idea not to let him have your phone number It's just that it's a good idea not to let him have your phone number unless you possess an industrial-grade answering machine." "What? Why's that?" "Well, he's one of those people who can only think when he's talking. When he has ideas, he has to talk them out to whoever will listen. Or, if the people themselves are not available, which is increasingly the case, their answering machines will do just as well. He just phones them up and talks at them. He has one secretary whose sole job is to collect tapes from people he might have phoned, transcribe them, sort them and give him the edited text the next day in a blue folder. — Douglas Adams
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Dexter Palmer: You could consider the idea of the multiverse, and think of it as something like You could consider the idea of the multiverse, and think of it as something like a tree - that is, the universe we live in is one of an uncountable number of branches of possible universes, created by random chance and the decisions of sentient beings. So, for instance, when I rang you up in the morning, there was a possible future universe in which you answered the phone, and another in which you did not, and by answering the phone you put us in one universe and not the other. In that instance the time traveler doesn't just move from the future to the past and back to the future: he moves down one branch of the universe, toward the root that's back at the beginning of time, and back up another branch. — Dexter Palmer
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Robin Benway: WHY ARE YOU NOT ANSWERING YOUR PHONE?!? OH MY GOD, DID YOU SEE THE ARTICLE? WHY ARE YOU NOT ANSWERING YOUR PHONE?!? OH MY GOD, DID YOU SEE THE ARTICLE? I AM FREAKING OUT, WHY ARE YOU NOT ANSWERING YOUR PHONE?!? Please call me, I'm starting to act like Tizzy around here. It's getting ugly. Oh, hi, Mr. and Mrs. Cuttler, in case you get this first. Everything's fine, I'm just trying to get ahold of Audrey. Okay, bye. AUDREY, CALL ME BEFORE I HAVE TO RESORT TO SKYWRITING — Robin Benway
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Alexander Wales: Depression is easy to wallow in and hard to fight against, but if you just Depression is easy to wallow in and hard to fight against, but if you just give in to it completely it's a downward spiral. You skip going to class because you're feeling depressed, then you stay in the rest of the day because you've already missed one class, then you skip the next class because you already missed the first one, and you stop answering your phone because people are asking whether you're okay and you don't want to talk to them, and it just gets worse from there. That spiral doesn't have to happen, and thinking in the right ways even though you're depressed is one of the big things that halts it. — Alexander Wales
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Hilary Duff: If you're not popular, then everyone is not wanting anything to do with you, or If you're not popular, then everyone is not wanting anything to do with you, or not answering the phone. — Hilary Duff
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Steven Wright: I got an answering machine for my phone ... Now, when I'm not home and I got an answering machine for my phone ... Now, when I'm not home and somebody calls me up ... they hear a recording of a busy signal. — Steven Wright
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Drew Barrymore: I don't even have voice mail or answering machines anymore. I hate the phone, and I don't even have voice mail or answering machines anymore. I hate the phone, and I don't want to call anybody back. If I go to hell, it will be a small closet with a telephone in it, and I will be doomed and destined for eternity to return phone calls. — Drew Barrymore
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Anne Tyler: The thing about caller ID is," Red said, more or less to himself, "it seems The thing about caller ID is," Red said, more or less to himself, "it seems a little like cheating. A person should be willing to take his chances, answering the phone. — Anne Tyler
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Francine Pascal: She had started driving past his apartment to see whether or not his car was She had started driving past his apartment to see whether or not his car was out front. She had looked up his phone number, and twice she had called his apartment from the pay phone in school, knowing he wouldn't be at home, just so she could hear how sexy his voice sounded on his answering machine. Was this what falling in love was supposed to feel like? — Francine Pascal
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Sharon Olds: Because a poem is not written while running or while answering the phone. It's written Because a poem is not written while running or while answering the phone. It's written in whatever minutes one has. Sometimes you have half an hour. — Sharon Olds
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Janeane Garofalo: Sage advice? If you're drunk, stay away from the phone. You can't get the answering Sage advice? If you're drunk, stay away from the phone. You can't get the answering machine message back. — Janeane Garofalo
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Frank Sinatra: [Answering the phone] Hello, this is a recording, you've dialed the right number, now hang [Answering the phone] Hello, this is a recording, you've dialed the right number, now hang up and don't do it again. — Frank Sinatra
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Bart Millard: I was working in a church in Florida as a youth intern, which means I I was working in a church in Florida as a youth intern, which means I really didn't do much other than staple stuff. I'm from Dallas, Texas, and every time my grandmother would call-she would call me any time of the day-I'd be home answering the phone. She was like, "What do you do all day?" and sarcastically I would say, "Well, I'm trying to chalk off the next year to spend time finding a band name." And she said, "Well mercy me, why don't you get a real job?" I thought, "Wait a minute. That's the perfect name." That kind of freed up my year but that's where the name came from. — Bart Millard
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Bruce Dickinson: I don't have interns. I don't have a manager. I don't have assistants. I don't I don't have interns. I don't have a manager. I don't have assistants. I don't have a secretary. I can't figure out Outlook Express. I'm the worst person in the world answering e-mails, and my phone is probably the oldest, most battered phone you can find. So I just talk to people. — Bruce Dickinson
Not Answering The Phone Sayings By Jim Harrison: Keep getting asked by letter and on the street by Jane and John Does dressed Keep getting asked by letter and on the street by Jane and John Does dressed in spandex how they can prepare simple "gourmet" dinners in ten minutes so as to prolong, presumably, their cross-training and spritzer-drinking binges, massage and colonic appointments, drumming and marriage-counseling sessions, and tarot-card swap clubs. An easy answer here. Scoop ample quantities of Skippy on two paper plates. Handcuff each other and then slam your faces down into the plates with gusto. Good for the gluteus maximus. And it will bring you together at the sink, plus you won't have to violate your space by answering the phone. Back to the — Jim Harrison