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Coffee Shop Posted An Ad Looking For Local Artists To Play Folk Music But This Guy Trolled Them To Their Nerves

It’s relatively simple advice and most people would call it common sense,

But you really shouldn’t ever make your phone number available to the general public. Why? Because the general public is full of trolls who need any excuse to get on your business and start harassing you for it. So you shouldn’t tell people what your number is.

Or do, but then send us screenshots. It’s absolutely hilarious.

For example, this is an ad for Michael’s Coffee Cafe. They’re trying to hire local artists, and they were looking for something tranquil and soft, something like Bluegrass, Country or Folk. They explicitly ask for no electric amplified sound. Guess what happened?

Yep, they got grunge musicians coming in.

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This is what the original ad looks like.

And here’s the start of the conversation with Hannah.

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They classify it as a mix between “Scum Crust” and “Porno Grind”.

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She was trying to usher them away politely, but they weren’t having it.

He then tried to play it off and pretend he didn’t understand.

Just so he could crash the show on the day of.

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He was not taking no for an answer.

Then she threatened to call the police.

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And it was as effective as the rest of her warnings.

This is exactly why you don’t give your number out someplace where absolute strangers can get their hands on it.

What did you think? Was it funny, or was it just mean? Has an unknown number tried bothering you before? Tell us the story!

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