Pianist: Mac's Philly Cheese Steak, Take-Out-Delivery?
Caller: Yes, I'm--sorry?
Pianist: Mac's Philly Cheese Steak, Take-Out-Delivery.
Caller: (clearly confused) I'm... I'm sorry, I think I have the wrong number.
Pianist: (perfectly content) That's fine, it happens. Good day.
Pianist: Buddy the Elf, what's your favorite coffee?
Caller: ... Excuse me?
Pianist: Favorite kind of coffee, what is it?
Caller: Look, who is this?
Pianist: You called, so who do you think it is?
Caller: I, er, meant to call the Squared-G...
Pianist: --G-Squared, thank you.
Pianist: Never mind, keep going. You were calling this G-Squared for the purpose of...?
Caller: (clears throat) Well, you see, I was calling you--
Pianist: --Or this G-Squared.
Caller:... right, this G-Squared, regarding a project proposition you...she made. We were wondering--
Pianist: Wait, you used "we".
Caller: ...I did.
Pianist: But there's only one of you.
Caller: (a bit annoyed) I'm calling on behalf of my employer--
Pianist: As opposed to be-whole?
Pianist: Nothing. Continue.
Caller: I'm calling on behalf of my employer, and we were wondering if she'd be interested in applying this project idea--
Pianist: And what idea is this, specifically?
Caller: Until I get her agreement that information is on a need-to-know basis.
Pianist: Did she submit this idea to you formally expressing interest?
Caller: Well... no, not exactly...
Pianist: Then on her behalf I wholly decline your offer and suggest that you pursue it no further, as you will only be running into a brick wall.
Caller: Look, who is this? Who are you to speak on her behalf?
Pianist: That, my friend, is information cataloged under "need to know basis", and as of this moment in time you most certainly do not need to know.
Caller: (exasperated) Is there anyone there who I can talk to that's not--
Pianist: You know, you've an excellent voice. Very authoritative. Ever thought about going into radio?
Caller: Oh for the love of...
Pianist: Have a good day. Best wishes!