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Thursday, 01 April 2010

How To Use the F Word To Not Get Hired

This is not April Fools. This is real!

A friend of mine heads a tech department at an ad agency/media company. He had a phone interview scheduled with a woman who had applied for a job when he noticed that her resume had been filed under the wrong job. To interview her for the right job, he'd have to coordinate different people being on that call. So he told her what happened, and that he'd have to reschedule and get back to her.

After reviewing her resume for the real job for which she had applied, he decided that she wasn't really the right fit for that job. So he had to contact her again, apologise, and say that they were not going to interview her as they didn't feel she was right for the job, but they'd keep her resume on file in case a better fit opened up. I'm sure my friend found some delicate, professional way to say it.

This is the email he received from her in reply. Please do NOT continue reading if swear words make you sad.

Oh, ok, so you fuck up and I get penalized for it? I apply for one position, and you decide to put me in another slot without telling me? What's more, you didn't even interview me for the developer position? FUCK YOU AND FUCK YOUR PIECE OF SHIT COMPANY YOU FUCKING LOW LIFE MOTHERFUCKER.

The only CONFUSION is your STUPID ASS and your COLLEAGUES who don't seem to be able TO EVEN SCHEDULE AND CONDUCT AN INTERVIEW.

FUCKING CLOWN SHOE LOSERS.   I can design and code circles around your asses anyday. I guess I am supposed to come and work for pennies for you?

FUCK YOU

FUCK YOU

FUCK YOU you slimeball MOTHERFUCKERS.


Well, she sure told them. I'm sure they really want to meet her now. And note that they have her name and all her contact details. I would imagine that when colleagues get together, perhaps they are telling each other to stay away from her... by name.

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Geez, PMS is an ugly thing, isn't it?

I love that clown shoe has become a mainstream thing. That gives me such joy. We used to say that all the time in college. :-)

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