• A Gould (unregistered) in reply to KludgeQueen
    KludgeQueen:
    Georges:
    1. You never Leave an interview, even if it is a shitty interview. Maybe one day you come back to that same company... It's better to have no impression, than a bad one. ...

    I disagree; he did the right thing. Long, long ago, I went for an interview that turned out to be for a telemarketing job, and I could hear the boiler-room workers being verbally abused by their supervisor while I waited for my interview. I walked out. It kind of reminds me of stories you hear of children being abused or wives being beaten. They don't like what's going on, they feel very uncomfortable, yet they don't leave, and it gets worse. If you feel uncomfortable, LEAVE. Don't let yourself be abused in any sense of the word. Don't voluntarily give up your freedom in such a situation. You don't HAVE to stay on.

    Agreed - Hiring is a two-part process: they need to want you, and you need to want them. If their behavior in the interview convinces you that you don't want to work there, excusing yourself saves your time and theirs. (Yes, most recruiters/interviewers tend to be very confused at this point, but that's their problem, not yours.) I've walked out on a couple interviews (generally variations on the group interview / everyone's hired shtick.)

    And sadly, it's getting worse: a friend just started a temp job (basic admin ass't work). Turns out they've hired 12 temps, and are narrowing them down reality-show style (here's a project - compete against each other to see who can do it best/fastest). Keep in mind that the job he applied/was hired for was explicitly temporary - there was no indication of a possibility of full-time, so the whole thing is pretty amusing at his end (they're tracking and questioning everything in terms of "are you really dedicated to the company"?) Fortunately, he's taking it in good humor (he didn't want the job as full-time anyway, so he doesn't feel the pressure).

    I wonder when "Admin Assistant Survivor" will air? (Outfile, out-staple, out-collate?)

  • DFK (unregistered) in reply to betlit

    After the first button went I would've said "Are you coming on to me or is your shirt coming undone?.

    I'm an unscrupulous bastard; accusing her outright is the way to go since it puts keeps the ball in your court.

  • WhiskeyJack (cs) in reply to A Gould
    A Gould:
    And sadly, it's getting worse: a friend just started a temp job (basic admin ass't work). Turns out they've hired 12 temps, and are narrowing them down reality-show style (here's a project - compete against each other to see who can do it best/fastest). Keep in mind that the job he applied/was hired for was explicitly *temporary* - there was no indication of a possibility of full-time, so the whole thing is pretty amusing at his end (they're tracking and questioning everything in terms of "are you really dedicated to the company"?) Fortunately, he's taking it in good humor (he didn't want the job as full-time anyway, so he doesn't feel the pressure).

    Is management a fan of season 4 of "House"? :)

  • K von M (unregistered)

    i used to be an assistant recruiter for a company handling tech positions and other high-end contractors, and after the candidates got hired i had to do their contractor orientation session... that blouse-popper story is exactly why i never wear button-down shirts in the office. even now, it's always pull-overs or cardigans with tank tops underneath.

    then again, it didn't stop my then boyfriend (now husband) from ogling my chest and waggling his eyebrows at me during his orientation session. :)

  • K von M (unregistered) in reply to A Gould
    A Gould:
    And sadly, it's getting worse: a friend just started a temp job (basic admin ass't work). Turns out they've hired 12 temps, and are narrowing them down reality-show style (here's a project - compete against each other to see who can do it best/fastest). Keep in mind that the job he applied/was hired for was explicitly *temporary* - there was no indication of a possibility of full-time, so the whole thing is pretty amusing at his end (they're tracking and questioning everything in terms of "are you really dedicated to the company"?) Fortunately, he's taking it in good humor (he didn't want the job as full-time anyway, so he doesn't feel the pressure).

    I wonder when "Admin Assistant Survivor" will air? (Outfile, out-staple, out-collate?)

    dude! sign me up!!

  • FredSaw (cs) in reply to K von M
    K von M:
    ...that blouse-popper story is exactly why i never wear button-down shirts in the office. even now, it's always pull-overs or cardigans with tank tops underneath.
    I think we're going to need pictures.
  • SomeCoder (unregistered) in reply to WhiskeyJack
    WhiskeyJack:
    A Gould:
    And sadly, it's getting worse: a friend just started a temp job (basic admin ass't work). Turns out they've hired 12 temps, and are narrowing them down reality-show style (here's a project - compete against each other to see who can do it best/fastest). Keep in mind that the job he applied/was hired for was explicitly *temporary* - there was no indication of a possibility of full-time, so the whole thing is pretty amusing at his end (they're tracking and questioning everything in terms of "are you really dedicated to the company"?) Fortunately, he's taking it in good humor (he didn't want the job as full-time anyway, so he doesn't feel the pressure).

    Is management a fan of season 4 of "House"? :)

    It always make me wonder if life imitates art or if art imitates life.

    I don't really watch The Office but I did happen to catch the episode with the sensitivity training where everyone had to put name cards on their foreheads of different races, etc.

    Shortly thereafter, my company required sensitivity training for all employees. Yep, you guessed it: name cards on the foreheads.

    They swore that they thought of it before The Office did it. Either they are doing it and The Office is making fun of them or they saw The Office and decided it was a good idea. Neither option is a particularly good reflection on their intelligence and the training was just as stupid and useless as it was in the show.

  • Anonymous (unregistered) in reply to FredSaw
    FredSaw:
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear.
    What, no Sharon Stone impression? Aw...

    I used to work with a female programmer that was not only hot, but in the summer she wore a tight top that showed her bellybutton and very low cut pants. She also wore pink underware that was flashed every time she sat down or bent over.

    Description:

    • Early twenties
    • Blonde
    • Very attractive
    • Higly fit (washboard stomach)
    • Perfect breasts

    I'm not making this up. I swear.

  • Robert S. Robbins (unregistered)

    Why do do people interview for jobs at IBM, Microsoft, or Google? You should come to Pennsylvania and interview for jobs with the Amish. They never ask tough technical questions.

  • real_aardvark (cs) in reply to shakin
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear. Actually, filling that position was a lot of fun because a guy we interviewed for it was so overweight that he broke the chair when he sat on it.
    I got as far as "filling that position was a lot of fun" and then unaccountably lost interest with the rest of your story. Something to do with furniture S&M, wasn't it?
  • anon (unregistered) in reply to Anonymous
    Anonymous:
    FredSaw:
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear.
    What, no Sharon Stone impression? Aw...

    I used to work with a female programmer that was not only hot, but in the summer she wore a tight top that showed her bellybutton and very low cut pants. She also wore pink underware that was flashed every time she sat down or bent over.

    Description:

    • Early twenties
    • Blonde
    • Very attractive
    • Higly fit (washboard stomach)
    • Perfect breasts

    I'm not making this up. I swear.

    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    Unfortunately, something like that never stays secret, so she got fired a month or so after we discovered her web-page (Supposedly, she actually was a good accountant. They didn't really want to fire her; just told her she couldn't be an accountant there AND have a porn-site. She choose to keep the porn-site up and they let her go)

    Captcha: eros (of course)

  • 008 (unregistered) in reply to anon
    anon:
    Anonymous:
    FredSaw:
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear.
    What, no Sharon Stone impression? Aw...

    I used to work with a female programmer that was not only hot, but in the summer she wore a tight top that showed her bellybutton and very low cut pants. She also wore pink underware that was flashed every time she sat down or bent over.

    Description:

    • Early twenties
    • Blonde
    • Very attractive
    • Higly fit (washboard stomach)
    • Perfect breasts

    I'm not making this up. I swear.

    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    Unfortunately, something like that never stays secret, so she got fired a month or so after we discovered her web-page (Supposedly, she actually was a good accountant. They didn't really want to fire her; just told her she couldn't be an accountant there AND have a porn-site. She choose to keep the porn-site up and they let her go)

    Captcha: eros (of course)

    ...And then to punish everyone, they hired an ugly, overweight man who runs a porn site?

  • SomeCoder (unregistered) in reply to anon
    anon:

    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    Unfortunately, something like that never stays secret, so she got fired a month or so after we discovered her web-page (Supposedly, she actually was a good accountant. They didn't really want to fire her; just told her she couldn't be an accountant there AND have a porn-site. She choose to keep the porn-site up and they let her go)

    Captcha: eros (of course)

    This post is unbelievable without links

    :D

  • K von M (unregistered) in reply to FredSaw
    FredSaw:
    K von M:
    ...that blouse-popper story is exactly why i never wear button-down shirts in the office. even now, it's always pull-overs or cardigans with tank tops underneath.
    I think we're going to need pictures.
    sorry, i'm an executive assistant, not an accountant, so i can't create my own porn site ;).
  • Rush (unregistered) in reply to K von M
    K von M:
    FredSaw:
    K von M:
    ...that blouse-popper story is exactly why i never wear button-down shirts in the office. even now, it's always pull-overs or cardigans with tank tops underneath.
    I think we're going to need pictures.
    sorry, i'm an executive assistant, not an accountant, so i can't create my own porn site ;).

    Hey, Get off my kool-aid... I'm the only one allowed to see photos or the real thing! :)

  • KattMan (cs) in reply to K von M
    K von M:
    FredSaw:
    K von M:
    ...that blouse-popper story is exactly why i never wear button-down shirts in the office. even now, it's always pull-overs or cardigans with tank tops underneath.
    I think we're going to need pictures.
    sorry, i'm an executive assistant, not an accountant, so i can't create my own porn site ;).

    While I could create the site, I am a much better photographer. So I'll take the photos and let someone else build the site for you.

    Anyone whos name reminds me of Katt Von D has got to be good in my book, or at least in my book.

  • Rush (unregistered) in reply to KattMan
    KattMan:
    K von M:
    FredSaw:
    K von M:
    ...that blouse-popper story is exactly why i never wear button-down shirts in the office. even now, it's always pull-overs or cardigans with tank tops underneath.
    I think we're going to need pictures.
    sorry, i'm an executive assistant, not an accountant, so i can't create my own porn site ;).

    While I could create the site, I am a much better photographer. So I'll take the photos and let someone else build the site for you.

    Anyone whos name reminds me of Katt Von D has got to be good in my book, or at least in my book.

    Oy! go get yer own, and get off mine! hehehe :)

  • WeatherGod (cs) in reply to shakin
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear.
    Bloom - "Yes, we may have a position for you..." Bialy - "Actually, we have several..."

    The Producers FTW!

  • Kal (unregistered) in reply to anon
    anon:
    Anonymous:
    FredSaw:
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear.
    What, no Sharon Stone impression? Aw...

    I used to work with a female programmer that was not only hot, but in the summer she wore a tight top that showed her bellybutton and very low cut pants. She also wore pink underware that was flashed every time she sat down or bent over.

    Description:

    • Early twenties
    • Blonde
    • Very attractive
    • Higly fit (washboard stomach)
    • Perfect breasts

    I'm not making this up. I swear.

    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    Unfortunately, something like that never stays secret, so she got fired a month or so after we discovered her web-page (Supposedly, she actually was a good accountant. They didn't really want to fire her; just told her she couldn't be an accountant there AND have a porn-site. She choose to keep the porn-site up and they let her go)

    Captcha: eros (of course)

    That's nothing. At my previous job, Jessica Alba was our receptionist and she worked naked.

  • Simetrical (cs) in reply to wtf
    wtf:
    As to the expert one, it all seems fake and made up. OK, maybe he couldn't figure out "the function" for the general case, but no way would he not be able to cope with the specific numbers case.
    Ever tried being a math tutor for low-level math? It's quite enlightening. Yes, there are many, many people who can't figure out things like this.
  • ebenblues (unregistered) in reply to anon

    Speaking of Toppers...

  • ebenblues (unregistered) in reply to anon
    anon:
    Anonymous:
    FredSaw:
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear.
    What, no Sharon Stone impression? Aw...

    I used to work with a female programmer that was not only hot, but in the summer she wore a tight top that showed her bellybutton and very low cut pants. She also wore pink underware that was flashed every time she sat down or bent over.

    Description:

    • Early twenties
    • Blonde
    • Very attractive
    • Higly fit (washboard stomach)
    • Perfect breasts

    I'm not making this up. I swear.

    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    Unfortunately, something like that never stays secret, so she got fired a month or so after we discovered her web-page (Supposedly, she actually was a good accountant. They didn't really want to fire her; just told her she couldn't be an accountant there AND have a porn-site. She choose to keep the porn-site up and they let her go)

    Captcha: eros (of course)

    Speaking of Toppers...

    (sorry for not quoting before)

  • Justice (unregistered) in reply to kimbo305
    kimbo305:
    I think it would have been best to alertly and bluntly point out the button pop right away, blaming it on the shirt.

    If he ignored it, how would it look if they got out of the interview and there was 3, 4 buttons undone?

    It would look like the interview went quite well indeed :-)

    That actually could have happened at my last job, if I hadn't interviewed in March. Somebody at a director level clearly had a preference for a certain type of lady.

    Anyway, while it isn't covered by standard etiquette, the only "professional" way to raise an alert is to stumble through an awkward sentence and sound apologetic for noticing (out of the corner of your eye, of course). Or adjust your tie a lot, see if you can provoke a mimic response, and let the situation resolve itself.

    OR: you can proceed normally with the interview but allow your roguish charm to shine through. It might help you land the job, and if not, she already has your phone number...

  • Zylon (cs) in reply to ebenblues
    ebenblues:
    Speaking of Toppers...

    (sorry for not quoting before)

    Yeah, the screen-full of quoted text really makes the difference.

  • K von M (unregistered) in reply to Justice
    Justice:
    Anyway, while it isn't covered by standard etiquette, the only "professional" way to raise an alert is to stumble through an awkward sentence and sound apologetic for noticing (out of the corner of your eye, of course). Or adjust your tie a lot, see if you can provoke a mimic response, and let the situation resolve itself.
    you could also use it as a way of demonstrating that one of your strengths is attention to detail while you calmly reach over and re-button her shirt for her. i don't think it's possible to file a sexual harrassment claim against someone who's only a potential employee :D.
  • transverbero (unregistered)

    "Beg pardon, miss, but your wardrobe appears to be malfunctioning."

  • Edward Royce (unregistered) in reply to AT
    AT:
    Third option on the popping-top: Plead that you foolishly drank a large cup of coffee/water/soda just before the interview and you desperately need a quick restroom break. That gives her an opportunity to discover and correct her clothing failure while preserving ambiguity as to whether you actually noticed the spill.

    Or you could reprise that scene from Dr. Zhivago where the main character has a stroke.

    Cough ... cough ... choke ... gaaaaahhhh ... (falls down)

  • Carnildo (cs) in reply to T604
    T604:
    I was too scared to mention the beetle, the woman looked like a witch.

    It was probably her familiar.

  • Edward Royce (unregistered) in reply to SomeCoder
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  • Edward Royce (unregistered) in reply to Silmaril
    Silmaril:
    Well, there is a risk here too. She could have a bad idea of why you really needed to go to the bathroom.

    But maybe that's only me and my wretched mind ;)

    You could pretend to have Tourette's Syndrome.

  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs)

    The High Road

    Aaaahhhh, if only this ever happened to me.

    Give us more of these erotic stories.

  • I see boobies (unregistered) in reply to ebenblues
    ebenblues:
    anon:
    Anonymous:
    FredSaw:
    shakin:
    I once interviewed a very attractive young woman who showed up at the interview with her fly undone and wearing bright pink underwear.
    What, no Sharon Stone impression? Aw...

    I used to work with a female programmer that was not only hot, but in the summer she wore a tight top that showed her bellybutton and very low cut pants. She also wore pink underware that was flashed every time she sat down or bent over.

    Description:

    • Early twenties
    • Blonde
    • Very attractive
    • Higly fit (washboard stomach)
    • Perfect breasts

    I'm not making this up. I swear.

    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    Unfortunately, something like that never stays secret, so she got fired a month or so after we discovered her web-page (Supposedly, she actually was a good accountant. They didn't really want to fire her; just told her she couldn't be an accountant there AND have a porn-site. She choose to keep the porn-site up and they let her go)

    Captcha: eros (of course)

    Speaking of Toppers...

    (sorry for not quoting before)

    In the early 90s I helped to install and admin the network at the Playboy Mansion, it was the best job ever.

  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs) in reply to Russ
    Russ:
    I once came to interview for an internship at a big financial company. Without asking me any relevant technical questions and only making some small talk, I was told that the job was mine if I wanted it.

    I didn't really want to code in C, so I passed it on to my friend who I think works there to this day. I took an internship at another place where I got to do web development - something I actually liked.

    Some things are easier than others...

  • arty (cs) in reply to Robert S. Robbins
    Robert S. Robbins:
    Pennsylvania and interview for jobs with the Amish.

    The amish are hiring? How come they never post on monster?

  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs) in reply to Aaron
    Aaron:
    That last example is what the recruiters love to refer to as "back room" developers.

    Back when I was naïve, I assumed that meant something to the effect of "They work well if you give them a screen mock-up and tell them exactly what each control is supposed to do." Eventually I learned what it really meant: "If you hand them 50 lines of pseudocode, there's a good chance they'll be able to translate them into 50 lines of C# without screwing it up too badly."

    I'm amazed that there are actually people out there who think that "programming" is the ability to write a statement that adds two numbers together, given specific instructions to write a statement that adds two numbers together.

    OOP, the addXXX-object

    Hey come on! We're in 2008! You cannot write anymore:

    ECHO Hello World

    What do you think?

  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs) in reply to Zecc
    Zecc:
    AlanGriffiths:
    I realised that "programming" doesn't mean what it did when I learnt English when I received the following in a job specification...

    "...this is a job for a software engineer, NOT a programmer"

    I'm not sure I understand where you're getting at. A software enginner is someone who can design software given requisites; a programmer is anyone who can implement a project given its specification (ie, write code). Of course, anyone worth its salt combines both.

    ...and The Architect tells the Software Engineer how he explained it all to management.

  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs) in reply to pitchingchris
    pitchingchris:
    Especially in the field of consulting, why should you pay someone who doesn't already know how to do the job you have for them. You don't consult someone who has to learn their way). Personally, I think if you made it to the one-on-one, you are about to go over the hill and things get easier after that. Guess we'll never know.

    After some 5.000 days of professional IT, I must say: I still like Google (google.com for those who don't know, and, my God, there are many of them). You may eventually be required to learn on-the-job. I recently had a Delphi job. No experience. But there was no Delphi programmer available. Anyway, with my VB experience (yes, I know, mea maxima culpa) I was productive after 1 week.

  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs) in reply to Georges
    Georges:
    1. You never Leave an interview, even if it is a shitty interview. Maybe one day you come back to that same company... It's better to have no impression, than a bad one.

    Dunno. Only in 1 single case I applied at a company twice (and that was some 30 years back). Since then, I simply move on and go to the next one,

  • ClaudeSuck.de (cs) in reply to Robert S. Robbins
    Robert S. Robbins:
    Why do do people interview for jobs at IBM, Microsoft, or Google? You should come to Pennsylvania and interview for jobs with the Amish. They never ask tough technical questions.

    This is somehow true. Since nearly 12 months I am working for financial institutions and before for governmental institutions. It's so boring. So fucking booooooooring. They don't ask you a lot. Just that you stay.

  • chrome (cs) in reply to Phil
    Phil:
    I reckon you should have grabbed a penny from your pocket and aimed at the cleavage. If you land it in there, the job is yours.

    Lawsuit, job, they're both the same really.

  • Abraham (unregistered)

    Ahh, the ubiquitous positioning ... I found out just recently my junior coworker uses the "function":

    posX = (img.getWidth()*7/10)-20;

  • Abraham (unregistered) in reply to Abraham
    Abraham:
    Ahh, the ubiquitous positioning ... I found out just recently my junior coworker uses the "function":

    posX = (img.getWidth()*7/10)-20;

    Centering image, centerning, not positioning, ahh dammnit.

  • GordonS (unregistered) in reply to AT
    AT:
    Third option on the popping-top: Plead that you foolishly drank a large cup of coffee/water/soda just before the interview and you desperately need a quick restroom break. That gives her an opportunity to discover and correct her clothing failure while preserving ambiguity as to whether you actually noticed the spill.

    But... then she might think you've gone for a ham shank!

  • valerion (cs)

    What you should've done is excuse yourself from the room, go and find someone senior, explain that the interviewer is coming onto you by undressing, that you don't think it's appropriate, that you will not sleep with her to get the job, and that you are thinking of filing a lawsuit.

    Cue the interviewer getting fired and you getting the job to keep you sweet.

  • Overthinking (unregistered) in reply to AT
    AT:
    Third option on the popping-top: Plead that you foolishly drank a large cup of coffee/water/soda just before the interview and you desperately need a quick restroom break. That gives her an opportunity to discover and correct her clothing failure while preserving ambiguity as to whether you actually noticed the spill.
    ...and here's how that backfires...

    You make an excuse to go the toilet, as she watches the guy in his early twenties hurriedly leaving the room bound for the privacy of a cubicle she notices her gaping blouse, puts two and two together and makes four...knuckle shuffle.

    (yes, I know traditionally it's a FIVE knuckle shuffle but then the pun wouldn't work, would it)

  • Topper (unregistered) in reply to anon
    anon:
    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    That's nothing, we used to have Jenna Jameson as our office manager, Tera Patrick did accounts, and Veronica Zemanova handled interviews. Fridays was clothing-optional.

  • dr. Hannibal Lecter (unregistered) in reply to snoofle
    snoofle:
    Since I was the first one up, I was sure that at least one of the other 24 was Topper, and I was wasting my time, so I stood up and told them so, that I would not dance in their little circus, and simply walked out.

    Oh yeah? Well I did the same thing except I walked out twice!

  • Mel (unregistered) in reply to AT
    AT:
    Third option on the popping-top: Plead that you foolishly drank a large cup of coffee/water/soda just before the interview and you desperately need a quick restroom break. That gives her an opportunity to discover and correct her clothing failure while preserving ambiguity as to whether you actually noticed the spill.
    How about getting her to leave? You could ask for a glass of water or something, and hopefully she'd either notice on her own, or someone else could be the messenger.
  • TInkerghost (unregistered) in reply to anon
    anon:

    Big deal... We had a hot accountant in my old old job (desktop support) who had her own porn site... Believe me, we fought over who got to help her with any trouble-tickets. One of the guys on my team slept with her, but I'm pretty sure he had to pay for it.

    Unfortunately, something like that never stays secret, so she got fired a month or so after we discovered her web-page (Supposedly, she actually was a good accountant. They didn't really want to fire her; just told her she couldn't be an accountant there AND have a porn-site. She choose to keep the porn-site up and they let her go)

    Captcha: eros (of course)

    We had a trainer at one company I worked for who was a Pro-Dom after hours, same company had a stripper ... seems they both worked there for the health insurance as they made much more money at the 2nd job. So according to HR - Pro-Dom bad, stripper Good.

  • Mike (unregistered) in reply to Phil
    Phil:
    I reckon you should have grabbed a penny from your pocket and aimed at the cleavage. If you land it in there, the job is yours.

    Lesson learned: Always bring a penny to an interview.

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