My Content is Long! - That's What She Said!
My best friend's thirteen-year old son always jokes around and says, "That's what she said," to any conversation that closely resembled something sexual in nature.
If I said, "That banana is long," he'd respond, "That's what she said."
If his younger sister started to cry after spilling her drink, "I'm wet," his quick comeback is, "That's what she said."
I called my friend and she had me on speakerphone, while I was telling her about my website and how I want, high quality, long content, and her son hollers in the background, "THAT'S WHAT SHE SAID!"
My friend is tech savvy so when she commented on a high quality, seemingly over-sized image on a draft post I was showing her, she uttered, "That's too big!" Of course the son shouts out from his bedroom, "That's what she said!"
I told my friend that I can put the image on the right hand side, and she countered, "It's not enough room." The kid's voice is getting more vibrant, "That's what she said!"
We were starting to talk about setting up apps, and my friend is an expert, "This won't take long." The young man offered, "That's what she said!"
Mom starts getting annoyed and yelled back, "Shut your pie hole and get back to work!" And another, "That's what she said!"
My exasperated friend goes, "I've had enough!" The teenager jumps on it, "That's what she said!"
I attempted to help, "You keep that up, I won't come on your birthday." Oops! "That's what she said!"
So, that's the story of how my first over-the-phone WA referral pitch went. I lasted less than 5 minutes - DON"T YOU SAY IT! ;)