what color were your flip-flops?
Black Rainbows, duh.
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Posted 07 April 2011 - 07:33 AM
When I landed my lucrative position in the entertainment industry, I actually was dressed in a t-shirt, shorts with a hole in the back pocket, and flip flops that were a size too small. I had not shaven or eaten in three days. This did not prevent me from being hired and I rocketed to the top in a matter of months. This year I am going for chief operational engineer of the Tilt-a-whirl, a step up from aquatic packaging and shipping technician (gold fish bagger) at the coin toss. If I had worn a suit, i would probably not have been hired. Oh, and another tip: A cobra tatoo wrapped around your forearem and prison tats on your knuckes helps because they were the focus of 60% of the interview questions.
Posted 07 April 2011 - 07:36 AM
Typically you go to job interviews one dress level above the employees. If they are casual, you go business casual. If they are business casual, you go in a suit. The idea is to show you put effort in but still can fit in with the team. Showing up in a suit to a casual environment can actually hurt your chances.
Posted 07 April 2011 - 07:37 AM
No I didnt actually wear a Panthers polo, it was Nautica polo. I said I had on a Panther polo just to add spice to the story.
I did have a white Panthers undershirt under my polo and pullover though.
Posted 07 April 2011 - 07:43 AM
So let me get this straight... you had on a Panthers undershirt, a Nautica polo, a Panthers polo (for spice of course), and then a pullover?
Was your interview in a meat locker?
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