Fake phone number day!

It’s fake phone number day!

May 5, 2005

Need a good lawyer? Call mine. 1-800-sueyoassoff. :smiley:

What’s my number? Uh…8

In Australia, there is a phone number that we can give out if we dont want people to have our real number. Its called the rejection hotline. And the recorded message on the other end generally tells people to bugger off… :smiley:

Call now and get your free pi. 314-159-2653

I am the new number two.
You are number six.

Trouble with moles?
Call Avogadro at 602-1023.

(Yeah, I know it’s missing that second 2, but telephone numbers aren’t long enough.)

And the cool think about it was that early in the morning for one second, it was
05/05/05 05:05:05
My favorite fake number for many years was Dial-A-Prayer. I don’t think we have one anymore.

This was brought to my attention by Chad Myers, the early show weather guy on CNN, at approximately 05/05/05 05:05:05.

My first thought was of attending a glassblowing demonstration at Iowa State University some 27 years ago. I was just a young squirt and seemed bored by it all, so a guy next to me looked at his watch and told me: "Hey, whadya know! It’s 12:34 5/6/78."

My second thought was: “Damn but that Carol Costello is nice to wake up to.”

Then I fell back asleep. :o

I’m looking forward to 11:11:11 on November 11, 2011.

A year, a month, and a day from now (well not now, but the day of the OP) is 06/06/06. [South Park] Hail Satan! [/South Park]

There’s one here too, actually, in several different area codes.

There’s also evidently a service in the NYC area called She’s Not Here. I’ve been directed there many a time.

Interestingly enough, the number is different every time. There must be lots of them.