Caller: "Hi is that Danny?"
GF: "No, I think you've got the wrong number... Ok bye!"
...... *6 or 7 seconds pass... phone rings*
GF: [It's the same number, you talk to her this time]
Same caller: "Hi, Danny?"
Me: "Eh... no, I'm pretty sure you have the wrong number."
Caller: "Oh right! Sorry."
Me: "Ok, good luck."
...... *5 seconds pass... phone rings*
Me: [Just leave it, answer again if she does it in an hour or so]
*voicemail icon flashes, we check the mailbox*
Same caller: "Hi Danny, this is Anne-Marie here at Classic Cuts, just checking if 1pm on Wednesday is ok with you. Bye!"
Why would someone dial the same number twice and, after being told twice that they've got the wrong number, dial AGAIN and leave a voicemail for "Danny", even though the voicemail greeting clearly identifies as someone other than Danny?
What could possibly explain simultaneously having the ability to dial phone numbers and speak English, while being unable to comprehend the most obvious facts? If you call a number TWICE and are told that it's a wrong number, it's STILL going to be the wrong number the third time.
Top Tip: No amount of redialling the same wrong number will cause Danny to answer the phone.