Wednesday, February 23, 2011
Where I'm from in the North East of England, the people are called Geordies and their accent is often quite distinctive. They also have a really dry sense of humour which is evident in this You Tube link. It's an audio and absolutely hilarious.
Non-Brits, and even non-Geordies, - can you understand what he's saying?
And my question - at what point does the customer service lady realise that this might not be for real?
PS. Argos is a catalogue company where you go to the shop/store, pick the number out of the catalogue, stand in line for years and years while they bring your chosen item up to the front desk. A bit of a strange concept when you think about it.