Rejection Hotline Particular Voices

Job #3626

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Job # 3626 Rejection Hotline Particular Voices

Posted Date
May 22, 2007 @ 17:21
Respond By
May 30, 2007
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Job Description

The Rejection Hotline: Looking for multiple voices/characters/accents.

We are looking for quick-paced, fun, upbeat reads!

Regardless of what the actual words say, the nature of the read should almost be like an upbeat “Congratulations! You’ve won a new car!!!” [Note: To hear what the original Rejection Hotline message sounds like, call 641-985-7888]

We are specifically looking for the following:

1) Young girl (teen? Young 20’s?) girl.

2) Sexy/seductive female

3) Flamboyantly “gay-sounding” male (yes, I realize we’re being terribly stereotypical here, but you know the voice we’re looking for).

4) Urban/Hip-Hop/Ebonics male

ACCENTS (male or female)

Note: We are not looking for people who can “do” these accents; we are looking for people who naturally “have” these accents (ideally having been raised in these countries).

5) British

6) Irish

7) Indian

8) Australian

9) Strong US Southern

10) Canadian


Hello, this is NOT the person you were trying to call. You’ve reached the Rejection Hotline, provided by

Anyway, the person who gave you this Rejection Hotline number did NOT want you to have their real number. We know this sucks, but don’t be TOO devastated. So why WERE you given a Rejection Hotline number?

- Maybe you’re just not this person’s type (note: this could mean boring, dumb, annoying, arrogant, or just a general weirdo)
- Maybe you suffer from bad breath, body odor, or a nasty combination of the two.
- Maybe you just give off that creepy overbearing, psycho-stalker vibe.
- Maybe the idea of going out with you just seems as appealing as playing leapfrog with unicorns

Regardless of the reason, please take the hint – accept the fact that you were rejected and then, get over it.

And please, do your best to forget about the person who gave you this number, because trust us, they’ve already forgotten about you.

Thanks for calling The Rejection Hotline, provided by
And, if you’re still listening, don’t worry, it could always suck more; in addition to being rejected, you could have been laughed at too! [laugh]

P.S. Sorry, but the answer is... NO! Good-bye.

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