|...Or a Giant lifted truck...I ride a 250cc motorcycle (the smallest highway legal engine), just sayin'|
|...just now I am realizing the euphemism-esque qualities of "clean the pool"|
What have you learned from your mistakes?
This is an obvious attempt at making you falsely state you have faults, if like me you are perfect, then the only logically answer is to just laugh arrogantly and say, "mistakes, schmistakes, mistakes are for losers, which is why you should hire me, because I don't make mistakes," but we aren't here to discuss the proper answer we are here to discuss what NOT to say. and here goes...
|WHAT! Do you expect a clever quip EVERY time?|
|Totally missing the point but I hate her heels, and I might be gay...|
This is a less disguised attempt at the same self-incrimination mentioned in the previous article. And well the experts say to "turn a negative into a positive," I personally believe with sticking with tangible weaknesses. Such a stapler ability. I personally have an infinity for the art of stapling but I know of more then one person who find this task to be a real brain buster. If you encounter this question just answer it with the most hysterical thing you are bad at, like embroidery, I promise the interview will laugh, and if they laugh it sets off endorphins and then they will want to sleep with you, which means you will get the job, because that is how it works. Why do you think fat people are less likely to get a job? It's not just because they smell bad and take up 70% of the cubicle, it's because no one wants to bang a fatty. But I digress, what you shouldn't say is this...
|This is why it IS my business how fat you are, that and the rising cost of food you coew.|
|Apparently I will not be getting the copyright on Skunkman, and apparently skunk is another named for marijuana.|
So I hope that helps everyone in their quest to find a job in this utter shart stain of a job market. And remember, being funny=girls wanting you=girls picking the unfunny douche bag over you=you being alone and sad...and jobless?