A survival guide which details who should call back when a phone call cuts out. Scroll right to read the official rules.
The person who initiated the phone call, always calls back if the call drops out.
If the person you were speaking to is in any way your superior you must always call back.
While in a relationship if the phone cuts out during an argument, the man always calls back.
If you are speaking to mum or dad they will call back, but for grandparents you must always call back.
If you state that you are in a remote area it is assumed that your reception dropped out and you must call back.
If the call drops out while driving (w/out hands free) it’s assumed you’ve seen police and you will call back when it’s safe.
If you state that you are entering a car park it is assumed that your reception dropped out and you must always call back.
If someone calls while on a date you may only call back after the other person has left the table or the date is over.
If the call drops out while talking to the mistress the man calls back. It probably dropped out for a reason.
If you state that you are entering an elevator it is assumed that your reception dropped out and you must at minimum text back.
If you miss a call from the ex during the day you may call them back. If the call is after 11pm, they’re drunk! Don’t
If someone leaves you on-hold for over 2 minutes you are entitled to hang up. It is up to them to call back.
If you are seeing someone casually, there is no requirement to call back the day after.
If at any point you mention that you are low on battery it is assumed your phone died and you must at minimum text back.
If a person calls you every night complaining about their life, on the third night in a row you are entitled to hang up.
Never answer your phone during sexy time with a loved one. Miss the call and call back later.
It is unacceptable to make a call in the restroom, but is acceptable to answer as long as it is limited to under 10 seconds.
If a guy / girl calls you ten times in 24 hours it should set off alarm bells. Never call them back!
Until that ring is on her finger, if you miss her call you better be calling her back within 2 hours or you’re in trouble!
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