15 September 2006

Call centre girls make the rocking world go round….

Every male client seems to have a misplaced assumption that PR girls are “hot.” In the tech world, of course, “hot” probably defines a far wider range than in many other disciplines. Whilst I wouldn’t place myself in the “hot” category (even within the realms of tech), I still notice far too many glances, nay, stares, at my cleavage.

Yet, having been blessed with a client mix that is somewhat CT heavy, I can’t help but think that if male clients really wanted a cheap thrill they should manage a call centre. Call centre girls are – without doubt – gorgeous.

Behind that Scottish or Northern accent is an absolute peach of a girl. In no way are they fat-bottomed 30-something housewives earning a part-time crust. Just look at this, this, this or this. Call centre girls are hot. Call centre men, on the other hand, are high achievers, stressed, bored or – apparently– black (1, 2, 3). “Not equivalent,” say red-blooded males. “Girl is not equal to man.” Fine, put “call centre boy” into Google Images and you get geek or disabled. I love the smell of 'ism in the call centre ….

4 comments:

Stephen Davies said...

Some girls that work in call centres are 'hot'. Not the most intelligent though.

There's loads of call centres in the North East. We have a friendly accent apparently.

P.S. I always thought you were female. But, on the other hand, is it a cunning ploy?

Anonymous said...

"P.S. I always thought you were female. But, on the other hand, is it a cunning ploy?"

The cleavage remark is not much of a clue - I've seen some pretty impressive cleavages on blokes too...and I'm guessing that most of them aren't even wearing wonderbras....

Anonymous said...

It's funny, because it's true.

perchance said...

As much as it does seem to be true that call centre girls are hotter (if that kind of late teens amateur look is your bag), some PR girls are still very girly, and can even be 'hot'.
However, shurely the guys in business should have caught on by now (if only through trial and error) that unless they have a second career as premier league footballers then they are not going to get what they are looking for / at...