Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Rejection Hotline Offers Women A Way Out

ATLANTA (Wireless Flash - FlashNews) – A nationwide hotline is giving women an easy way to avoid a dating disaster this Valentine’s Day (Feb. 14).

The Rejection Hotline is a free phone service that allows people to give out a fake number, which goes to a pre-recorded message saying, Why were you given the rejection hotline? Maybe you give off that creepy overbearing, psycho stalker vibe. Regardless of the reason, please take the hint.

The hotline – which has local numbers in more than 200 U.S. cities, Canada, and Mexico that can be found on – was started as a frat house joke, but it’s not just hilarious – it’s helpful.

Hotline founder Jeff Goldblatt says, “People call it because it’s funny, but it’s out there for the people who can’t take a hint.”

But don’t worry guys, your love life isn’t over if you end up with the devilish digits.

Goldblatt says, “Just laugh it off, get back on your horse, and try again.”

While the rejection hotline can be called year round, there are five new Valentine’s Day numbers, which Goldblatt says are great for “all the single, bitter guys out there.”

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