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During a job interview, you must be able to think on your feet to answer basic questions like “Tell me more about yourself” and “What are your strengths and weakness?” as well as curveballs such as “What animal are you?” 

To do it right, you should share a curated version of the skills and experiences that make you the best candidate for the job. But what if you shared what was really on your mind? These funny people went there:

Interviewer: Tell me about yourself.
Me: *slides over a picture of me crying while eating toast*

— Noodles (@Dawn_M_) February 13, 2015

INTERVIEWER: can you explain these gaps on your résumé?
INTERVIEWEE: o sure, i just hit Return a couple times. it’s real easy, i’ll show ya.

— Aparna Nancherla (@aparnapkin) May 3, 2017

When jobs ask for 3 years experience I’m like um the only thing I’ve consistently done for 3 years is quit jobs

— Alyssa Limperis (@alyssalimp) March 24, 2017

Me: How come my kids have their own bedrooms and I have to share a closet with a man who hoards yard work shirts?

Interviewer: we meant questions about the job

Me: *sips coffee* oh I don’t want the job. I’m just looking for answers.

— Lurkin’ Mom (@LurkAtHomeMom) December 30, 2017

(Job interview) my biggest strength? probably my ability to make a single night’s worth of my stuff into an enormous hotel room mess

— Erin 🧠 Ryan (@morninggloria) October 6, 2017

interviewer: can you explain this gap in your work history
me: i prefer chasm
interviewer: …….
me: an abyss really. a real CV crevasse

— madeleine holden (@madeleinecholia) April 12, 2018

[job interview]
Any special talents?

Me: I had a school record in discus

Wow! Get outta here!

*I pick myself up & throw my body 120 feet*

— Samantha Ruddy 👩‍🍳 (@samlymatters) October 18, 2017

[Job interview]

Executive: One of the skills you listed is “diplomatic lying”…?

Me: Yes, for example I will say, “I am a block away,” when it’s more like five or, “I need two minutes,” when I mean at least thirty.

Executive: You’re hired.

Me: I’ll start in a week.

— Abbi Crutchfield (@curlycomedy) April 29, 2019

Interviewer: describe yourself in three words

Me: hardworking, detail-oriented, fergalicious

— Sophia Benoit (@1followernodad) January 28, 2017

Interviewer: what are your strengths?
Me: memorizing gruesome details about serial killers
Interviewer: what about your weaknesses?
Me: repeating those facts to everyone around me
Interviewer: where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Me: on a wikipedia page for some serial killer

— Anne Thériault (@anne_theriault) August 14, 2018

Honest job interview:

“What are your hobbies?”
“I like lying down and looking at my phone and I also enjoy sleeping”

— VeryBritishProblems (@SoVeryBritish) May 22, 2018

During a job interview, you must be able to think on your feet to answer basic questions like “Tell me more about yourself” and “What are your strengths and weakness?” as well as curveballs such as “What animal are you?” 

To do it right, you should share a curated version of the skills and experiences that make you the best candidate for the job. But what if you shared what was really on your mind? These funny people went there:

Source: Huffington Post Australia Athena2 https://www.huffingtonpost.com.au/entry/11-of-the-funniest-tweets-about-job-interview-questions_au_5e558513c5b649ec432ed8d1

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