Top Definition
Jenny's phone number!
Joe: Jenny, whats your number?
Jenny: 867-5309
by ALIZA!!! August 09, 2004
One of the most famous telephone numbers in the world. Made famous by the 1980's song by Tommy Tutone. The number is a favorite among phreaks, prank callers, college students, or anyone else looking to raise some hell.
I called 867-5309 in my area code, and I got the Suicide Prevention Hotline.
by Qbert June 20, 2005
a number in a song by: Tommy Twotone
Jenny I got your number,I need to make you mine, Jenny don't change your number, 8675309.
by ITaliANhOTTie98 June 25, 2006
Jennys number in the famous Tommy Tutone song.
I got it! I got it!!!
by Zach G. January 02, 2004
jennys number spread publicly by tommy tutone
jenny i got your number. i need to make you mine. jenny don't change your number. 8675309
by Dominick LaValle December 09, 2007
killer tune by tommy tutone which was number 4 on the Billboard Hot 100 in 1982, which caused extensive prank calling by people with no life other than to phone numbers they heard in a song. also has numerous pop culture references including family guy, the simpsons, the colbert report and a 2004 cingular wireless commercial. covered by several artists
i got your number on the wall, for a good time, for a good time call 867 5309
by littlerudegirl December 09, 2006
A very popular phone number that will guarantee you'll get calls day or night by some 80's reject and urban myth lovers, horny teens, and foolish college students calling this number across the areas that have 7-digit phone numbers (minus the area code) to as for Jenny. If you get offered this number by your phone company kindly tell them NO or you will get pranked day and night by idiots. At one time what MONTANA did was make it where it was a number changed recording that stated that the number dialed 867-5309 has been changed the new number is 876-5309 thus caused a loop of "blonds" to keep calling back. In Oregon 503, a guy has the number and an answering device that says "This is Jenny...*want the rest call it*" in Washington's rich area code 425, it has a bad cover singing it. Call all the area codes you can you'll find a plathora of nostalgia lovers, or just plain crazy version of this popular number. To think this song 867-5309/ Jenny is still revelant today being that the song came out in 1981 and it is 2015.... People grow the hell up and get on with life.
Dude 1: Hey Jenny?
Jenny: Yes?
Dude 2: We wanna know is your phone number 867-5309?
Jenny (With an evil grin): Yes it is but don't call my very rich and strong husband do not like people pranking us!

Dude 1 and 2: Whoa I think we will not call.
by Renegade from Tacoma August 04, 2015

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