Here's a perky little item from the New York Times:
Gov. Nikki R. Haley is ordering state workers to cheerfully answer phones with the phrase "It's a great day in South Carolina." At a meeting of her cabinet on Tuesday, Ms. Haley said the phrase would put workers in a better mood and remind them that they work for the public. Ms. Haley, a Republican, said the public would feel better, too.
Neat! In case more state governments want to get into South Carolina's positive thinking campaign, here are some upbeat phone answering possibilities:
Welcome to Florida, come for the sunshine, stay for the draconian drug testing!
Howdy, this is Oklahoma, proudly battling back Sharia law since 1907!
Good morning, you've reached Ohio, the Buckeye State, where voting is an adventure!
Hello, Wisconsin is proud to serve you! -All the dairy products with only half the workers' rights!
Hey, It's a another beautiful day in California, where our former governor just commissioned three eight foot bronze statues of himself flexing in his underwear!
Got more? Please share in the comments. Have a SUPER day, Gorgeous!