If someone random asks you for your email address so they can contact you for a date, give them an email address @papernapkin.net and we will send them a rejection message. You can put anything before the @ sign in the address, so feel free to use a real-sounding name so that they’ll believe it.
Here is the website.
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In a nutshell, the Rejection Hotline is a phone number you can give out if you just don’t want to give out your real number. Callers hear our humorous Rejection Hotline recording and are not-so-subtly informed of your non-interest.
Visit them here.