Mega Games - Company Policy
19 June 1999
Mmmm-bah-so! It is I: Phoning Honey, the behind-phone guy who uses the phone to prank-up games shops. That's right — I really do phone shops up and play with their minds via their ears.
Sssh... SSSSH! It is time for me to get dialling. As always, the names of the call-ups involved have been changed to prevent me — Phoning Honey — from getting into big-style trouble. Ring, ring, ring — it's time for me to sing!
"MEGA GAMES", MIDLANDS
US: Hello, mate. I understand you buy second hand games.
MG: That's right, yeah. I'm afraid I can't give you a price over the phone.
US: Oh. Why's that?
MG: Company policy.
US: Why can't you give a price, though?
MG: Like I say, company policy.
US: It's a bit of a stupid policy, if you ask me, mate.
MG: Yeah, well, other shops do it.
US: Would you stick your hand in a bowl of hot water if the other shops did that too?
US: Anyway, if I tell you what games I'm selling, will you be able to tell me whether you can take them?
MG: Yeah. That's not a problem.
US: Right, I've got Dangerous Duck on the PlayStation.
MG: I don't think I've heard of that. Who's it by?
US: Widget Design.
MG: I've not heard of them either.
US: No? They did Ultra Fishing. Dangerous Duck got scores of 90% plus.
MG: Is it a new game?
US: More or less. Couple of months old. How much will you give me for it?
MG: We can't give out prices.
US: I won't tell anyone.
MG: No, sorry.
US: Siig heel!
US: Siig heel!
MG: Zig what?
US: Siig heel. Achtung. I'm accusing you of being a fascist. Hello?
MG: Don't do that. What have I done?
MG: Yeah, right.
US: Goodbye, fascist!
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