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Amazon delivery guy's response to getting automated message that he's being recorded is a laugh riot

An Amazon delivery guy heard an automated voice saying, 'Hi, you're currently being recorded,' and what he did next is quite hilarious.

Amazon delivery guy's response to getting automated message that he's being recorded is a laugh riot
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @whisperfillies

Sometimes, technology helps us capture the most candidly funny moments. In a similar instance shared by Erin Noyes–who goes by @whisperfillies on TikTok–an Amazon delivery guy decided to flex his muscles and the company he worked at. It all started when an AI voice told the man that he was currently being recorded. The person hilariously replied, "Hi, I currently don't care."

Image Source: TikTok | @whisperfillies
Image Source: TikTok | @whisperfillies

The response seemed nonchalant initially, but soon enough, the delivery guy powerfully added, "Because I am Amazon!" The man showed off his muscles to the camera and screamed, "Amazon." He continued, "FedEx doesn't look like this." He added, "FedEx ain't built like this." The man finally shrugged and left. Noyes captioned the video, "When I was simply expecting some art supplies for my art business, and instead, I was delivered so much more. FedEx don't look like this!" The video received over 25 million views and 5 million likes. 

Image Source: TikTok | @whisperfillies
Image Source: TikTok | @whisperfillies

People in the comments thought the guy was absolutely hilarious. @makalynpatrick commented, "I've never seen someone so hyped to be an Amazon employee." @princessgio28 wrote, "My Amazon driver answers back and is like, 'Hi, I'm just petting the kitties on your porch.'" @xx401xx shared, "FedEx once forgot their payment machine in front of my door and I had to call them to take it back. The poor guy freaked out when he realized the machine was gone." 

Image Source: TikTok | @k1997h1
Image Source: TikTok | @k1997h1
Image Source: TikTok | @accordingtodes
Image Source: TikTok | @accordingtodes

 


@whisperfillies When I was simply expecting some supplies for my art business, and instead I was delivered SO much more 😂. FedEx don’t look like this! #amazon #amazonfinds #amazonprime #prime #fedex #happymail #gymlife #fitnessmotivation #artistsoninstagram #amazondriver #ringdoorbell #sculptor #fantasyartist #gymrat #gymaddict #gymlife ♬ original sound - Erin Noyes

 

There are several instances where delivery people go beyond their assigned tasks. In a similar story, an Amazon delivery woman told a homeowner why their new house was unsafe. The woman, Jessica Huseman, shared footage of her door camera where the delivery woman gave her tips on how to address the safety concerns. The delivery woman, Kelsey, came in to deliver a package, singing to herself when she noticed a key detail was missing from the house. She politely greeted Huseman and then pointed out, "You have no markers on your house that say what number you are." The woman delivered the package and continued, "And that is hard to find your house, my dude and it's unsafe, honestly."

 

She described a scenario where the absent house number could become a huge problem. "What if you needed medical assistance and the paramedics didn't know your town well, come on." Before leaving, the woman wished, "Have a great day!" Huseman captioned the video, "We just moved in and this happened today…she's not wrong, though. Guess I need to get some house numbers." Huseman was very grateful for the woman's concern and attention to detail, which might have saved her from a dangerous situation. 


@_jesshuseman We just moved in and this happened today…she’s not wrong though. Guess I need to get some house numbers. #amazondelivery ♬ original sound - _jesshuseman

 

People chimed in to back Kelsey's claim. A user commented, "As someone who works in emergency medical services, I can verify house numbers are necessary! But also make sure they are easily visible from the street at night." Another person wrote, "She's awesome and kudos to Jessica for taking it in the spirit it was intended. People, including me, get offended so easily." Even Kelsey ended up posting about the video on her TikTok account and explained that she was also a prevention educator.


@queenofconsent My dudesssssss. @Jessica Huseman @Luis Fernando Aranda ♬ original sound - The Queen K

 

You can follow Erin Noyes (@whisperfillies) on TikTok for art-related content.

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