In my fifth year, my roommate was a Russian guy named Leo, and our suitemates were two guys named Paul and Eddie. The message they put on their answering machine played on the fact that Eddie is Hispanic, whereas Paul is very, very white. Eddie wrote a message in Spanish, and Paul read it in a strong American accent, pretending he knew next to nothing about speaking Spanish. It was a hoot! It sounded like this:
"Hoe-lah. Ess-toe ess ell hoe-gar day Paul ee Eddie. Pore favore, day-jah oon...* ...men-sah-jay... de-spoo-ess del *beep*. Grah-see-us."
*Slight pause here as Paul needed to think about how to pronounce "mensaje". He probably had to catch himself from saying "men-sa-hay". Also, slight semisarcastic-sounding emphasis on the word "beep", which made it 175% funnier.