Periya pepper-o-nii?This is a true story.
I am sitting at home when the phone (yes, the honeycomb phone) rings deep somewhere. Never a good sign.
After a hunt decidedly not as cool (am I turning into "Sivaji"?) as Brad Pitt in Seven - but then I haven't had my head broken by (let's keep this spacee blank, shall we? wink wink), I locate the buzzing instrument. The questioning greeting that is the modern "Hello?" emerges.
"Is this J. Ramanand?". Yes, it is. Pray proceed.
"I'd like to order a pizza please".
I think I was entitled to the short-to-medium pause that followed.
"Ok, now, this is a prank, isn't it?"
A pause, matching the earlier one in its intensity.
This is 9xxxx xxxxx, is it not? And J. Ramanand?. Yes indeed. Go on, tell us your story.
I found this number. From Google. Is this not Domino's Pizza?
I am busy leafing through my list of known habitual jokesters, and none of them. Only nervous laughter wins. "No, someone's played a prank on one of us" (is that the best you can do? Scratch "courage under pressure" off the resumé.).
I'm very sorry, came an apologetic tone.
I think and I think and I think who could have pulled this one off. And then I smash the palm against the head. Scratching the chin with Occam's Razor helped. Look at this as a sample. That site is full of such stuff.
P.S.: I did try several combinations of keywords and some of them did put the site(s) in the top 20 results. But how dumb would you have to be to call any random number on a page of search results?