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Cellphone Voice Changer

Come time to call for that ransom, you can’t have the listener recognizing your voice.  Now there are all sorts of voice changers for your home phone, but you need something for when you’re on the road.  Thankfully, Amazon is to the rescue as always.  I haven’t the faintest idea what the practical application would be for a Cellphone Voice Changer, but there could be a perfectly legitimate reason for it.  Just in case though, if anyone asks I’d mumble something about it being just some silly cellphone accessory.  Most people might frown on you carrying one around.

Since it is a $21 set, it might be more similar to something you’d find at the joke shop as opposed to the secret spy shop.  Which might make it better suited for prank calling your friends.  You can even keep them on their toes since it has 4 voice change options.  It also has an included battery that offers 30 hours of use.

Source: Bookofjoe

3 thoughts on “Cellphone Voice Changer”

  1. I think we all know the unlimited applications this device can be utilized for… I give some samples:

    1- Getting rid debt collector making them think it’s not you anymore but some other person received a recycled number lmao! Totally this reason alone is worth getting this gadget.

    2- Prank calls of course.

    3- Girlfriend spying on you and calling to see where you at, it will totally throw her off to wonder if she dialed correctly or even has correct number.

    4- Calling in sick to work so you pretend to be another family member calling in for you because your too ill to even talk on the phone.

    5- Calling escort service but you don’t w ant anyone recognizing your voice when calling.

    6- Having hot phone sex fantasy.

    7- Spy, ransom, drug deals, etc.

    You get the idea now right? The applications are truly endless and creative. For those who want to make their kids Christmas even better, calling in as Santa to your home phone and asking to talk to the kids as Santa 🙂

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