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Dolla dolla bill y’all

Manager to the intern – Sarah seemed pretty frustrated today, do you know what happened?
Intern – She asked me to get change from the bank for a few of the hundred dollar bills
Manager – And?
Intern – I thought that meant she wanted all coins… so that’s what I brought her

Emergency meeting

Manager: First item on the agenda today: Who the f*** took my dongle?!?

Bending time and space to their will

On the phone with a customer…
Customer: Ok so I’m looking to ship artwork to my office
Employee: No problem, I can give you a price quote if you tell me the dimensions of it
Customer: It’s about 12 inches long and 15 inches wide
Employee: Ok, ok. And how tall is it?
Customer: I’m sorry, what?
Employee: What’s the height of the artwork?
Customer: I don’t understand, what are you saying.
Employee: Well sir, we live in a three dimensional world so I’ll need the artwork’s height to give you an accurate quote

Can I take that sentence back?

Client: Have you ever had any luck with risque topics?
Manager: Well, we actually recently did a survey on men’s penis size that did very well. We asked men the size of their penis and then compared it to scientific, hard data…

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David Cusick

David Cusick is the executive editor for Overheard on Conference Calls. He comes from a strong news background and currently works in digital marketing in Raleigh, NC. His work has won multiple awards, including Interactive Content Marketing's award for Best Use of Content Marketing and the US Search Award for Best Use of PR in a Search Campaign. Additionally, his work has been featured in publications such as The New York Times, CNN, ABC, Business Insider, and more.