I had recently transferred to a hardware store location that rhymes with Ho's in my college town after I moved there and this woman in her late 40s walks up to me smiling. I remember her from earlier because she had gone through my line. Let's call her Pushy Mom.
Pushy Mom: My son wants me to get your number.
Me: Oh! Uhm... we're not really allowed to give out our personal phone numbers. -looks around- (Omg! How can I get out of this?!)
Pushy Mom: Oh come on. Just give me your number! He's out in the parking lot in the car right now. He sent me because he just got off of work and is really dirty and didn't want to make a bad impression!
Me: (Well, the impression right now that you're giving me is BAD!) I'm not really comfortable with this. Maybe if he came up to me himself?
Pushy Mom: Just give me your NUMBER!!!!!
Me: I just moved here and I don't know my number yet. (I really didn't want to give her my cell number. But, I did have the rejection hotline number with the area code in my pocket just in case...) I wrote down the number of the landline where I'm staying in my pocket... Hold on.
-copies down the rejection hotline number on a slip of receipt paper-
And then she stomped away in a huff after badgering me for my phone number for her son... who was in the parking lot the whole time watching all of that unfold.
I really hope he learned his lesson and stopped sending his mom to ask out ladies for him.