“It’s my best task, sir”
He likes to clown around.
I beg to differ and suggest you duck.
You should hear some of the things that he says about his previous employer..
That was very polite of them.
Even our unpredictable electronic bowling scorekeeper doesn’t say “Throw a cream pie at the other team.”
So, did I get the job?
When I was job hunting, I was a member of a networking group headed by volunteers who had a lot of experience hiring people (one was VP of Human Resources for a major corporation).
Between us we had a number of stories about some very dumb things people did at interviews. Some day, I should collect them and put them in a book called, “So, Did I Get The Job?”
Go ahead, Bub. Throw ‘em. If the guy can’t take a joke, you want to apply down the street.
If they can’t take a joke, they never should have hired me.
In this case, a face full of whipped cream is predictable.
Sometimes it’s whipped cream, sometimes it’s meringue, sometimes it’s mashed potatoes; you never know what’s coming. But I think we can predict whether he gets this job.
But his unpredictability is predictable … so …
Would that be an asset?
Is that Soupy Sales?
Somebody’s going to get creamed.
Is that good or bad?…..
Looks like a cow brain. That won’t impress Human Resources.
Yeah, that’s not a pie for your puss…
It’s like they follow me around or something.
It also says that you worked for me previously.
Best wait to wait until the job interview is over to be unpredictable that way.
That reminds me when Uncle Miltie calling for MAKEUP! No, I’m not that old, but I did see this on video tapes.
Quit clowning around!
I hate when they say: All right, your next step is with our VP, CEO, owner, or whoever is the top dog… and never happen to call you.
David Waisglass and Gordon Coulthart