For A Good Time Call: A Curious Interview
Maybe I'm a romantic, but I see nothing wrong with meeting new people. In fact, I've built an online empire meeting new acquanitances. It's only fair that I give back every now and then and become the subject of someone else's social experiment... which I then turn around into my social experiment. In other words, people like to write phone numbers on bathroom walls and I'd be lying if I said that I wasn't tempted to call one for shits and giggles, so I did.
JAY: Hello. My name is Jay and I was calling because I found your phone number written on the wall of a bar. And I wanted to interview you and see if you knew that your phone number was written on the wall of a bar.
JAY: I swear it's not a joke.
NUMBER: Alright. And?
JAY: There's no and. I'm actually doing an interview and seeing if you get a lot of strangers calling your number. Or perhaps you get a lot of wrong numbers.
NUMBER: No. And nobody in this household ever goes to a bar.
JAY: Okay. I guess that would expain things. So you don't have any idea why your number would be written there.
NUMBER: No. What bar was it?
JAY: It's called The Earl over in East Atlanta.
NUMBER: The Earl? Hm.
JAY: Yeah. I guess there's no explanation there. I saw it and was like, I wonder if that person knows that their number is written.
NUMBER: Nope. Thanks for the survey.