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The War of the Roses is the name of a radio skit which is a registered service mark owned by the Capstar Radio Operating Company, [1] a subsidiary of iHeartMedia [2].


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The War of the Roses is the name of a radio skit which is a registered service mark owned by the Capstar Radio Operating Company, a subsidiary of iHeartMedia. The general format of the cheater is that the host of a radio show calls a male with an offer of free roses, then asks the male where he would like to have them delivered. However, the female is in fact silently listening to the call the entire time, having ly been contacted by the host. During the skit, the host asks the suspect questions that will hopefully reveal the identity of the subject of their affair, and other questions that may hotel understand the nature of it. For example, the host will typically ask the suspect for one or two sentences to be used as 104.1 optional "personal message" to be included with the gift, before asking for the name of the desired recipient.

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The War of the Roses is the name of a radio skit which is a registered service mark owned by the Capstar Radio Operating Company, a subsidiary of iHeartMedia. The general format of the skit is that the host of a radio show calls a male with an offer of free roses, then asks the male where he would like to have them delivered. However, the female is in fact silently listening to the call the entire time, having ly been contacted by the host.

During the skit, the host asks the suspect questions that will hopefully reveal the identity of the subject of their affair, and other questions that may help understand the nature of it. For example, the host will typically ask the suspect for one or two sentences to be used as an optional "personal message" to be included with the gift, before asking for the name of the desired recipient.

Once the man gives up the name and reveals the secret relationship, the woman is free to jump in and chastise the guilty party over the phone. The ruse may be improvised depending on what is believed to most likely attract the suspect's attention. The VD ruse involved stating that "someone with a disease listed you as a recent sexual partner, but we can only tell you more for confidentiality reasons if you can tell us the name of the person who might have referred you".

Often, the target is confused and bewildered when confronted on the phone, because they are unaware that they've been taken in by a ruse, and often believe their ificant other is really at home listening on an extension. Suspects who believe this continue with the prize dialogue with the radio station host and continue to embarrass themselves, unaware that the entire call is a prank.

Other suspects turn out to not be cheating at all, and end up sending the roses - and the embarrassment along with them - to their ificant other who initiated the call. One of the earliest known segments was done in on Andy Savage's radio program "The Edge" based in Minneapolis, Minnesota. While Savage has claimed the bit was real, it is still up for debate as mentioned by Snopes.

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