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Topic # 8071 1-Jun-2006 09:24
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I saw this the other day and thought that a few people might find it amusing...

http://www.42below.co.nz/assets/sm/462/18/callcentre.mov

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Reply # 37414 1-Jun-2006 09:36
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This is certainly not a 42 Below production - but it's hosted there...

Anyway, the original one, plus other versions (including this one) are on Google Video (numa numa).







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Reply # 37415 1-Jun-2006 09:49
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Classic! Thanks for that - original is just as funny - though I did like the spin that 42 Below put on their rip-off!

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Reply # 37418 1-Jun-2006 09:58
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lol thats a crack up

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Reply # 38872 18-Jun-2006 11:55
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I had dealings with HP Support and they are of course located in India. Those Worlds Fastest Talking Indians, lol.
Takes actually longer to deal with them as they talk so fast and Indian accent is hard to understand so I have to ask them repeat everything.

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  Reply # 39608 26-Jun-2006 00:50
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I had no idea this Numa Numa dance was so popular around the world, it seems also, unfortunately, that the creator Gary Brolsma is not happy with his new found fame which is a shame (excuse the rhyming :P, soon I will be as bad as the New Zealand media and try to cram 101 puns into a single post - what is the deal with all the puns the reporters use anyway?! do they get extra credit or something?! I reckon it is just slimy! ) anyway back on subject... I considered this to be really original and funny, if I were Gary I would have been milking the fame for all it was worth...and hell, probably plugging another lipsync video as well

ok off to make a numa numa video of my own Laughing

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  Reply # 40299 2-Jul-2006 06:54
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cant be doing with bloody call centers at the best of times
let alone when they cant even tell what im saying :(

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