Dear T. Mobile customer service employee,
I apologize for snapping at you this morning. I realize that you are trained to type "international roaming" into your little computer, and when a script comes out you have to read what it says, pretending like you just came up with it yourself. ("I understand that it is important for you to be able to call your people when you're overseas. Let me get that taken care of for you...")
But seriously, while you're waiting for the screen to tell you what to do next, let's cut the chit-chat. I humored you when you asked me how the weather was in City B. But asking me what I do for a living? Come on. I realize they probably trained you to do that too, so I'm sorry I snapped. I'm just mad at T. Mobile for training their poor service reps to be patronizing. I'm sure that in real life, you don't really give a shit about what I do for a living. And that's as it should be.