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Facebook, Fanta, and Job Interview: Remember, every question is a test so when they say "How are you?" reply "Goal ori tated, thank you." Make a point of mentioning you failed Reli- gious Studies and say The only thing I wor- ship is productivity." 2 thumbs up. Show you're good at delegating respon bility by sending someone else to the in terview Employers check Facebook accounts so make sure all your photos show you looking at a spreadsheet and punching the air. Always make eye contact and if you have two interviewers, train your eyes to work independently like a chameleon. Tell them you're not an applicánt, you're a appliCAN. Lick your finger, hold it against buttock. Make sizzling noise. When asked why you'd be suited to the job, pass an ancient scroll along the desk& say It was foretold." Stare at them. If you're meeting 3 interviewers, bring in a 4 finger Kitkat. Take charge of di ng Kitkat to emphasise leadership. If asked where you see yourself in 5 yrs time, tip them out of their chair, sit on it & say 'Here'. Break open a Fanta. At the beginning, try to make small talk with your interviewer such as "lovely day!" or "you look like my real father. When asked to describe yourself in 5 words say "Atrocious counting skills". Laugh. Open packet of Mini Eggs. When asked if you found the place OK, say I was driven here by cab. Normally of course I'm driven by results!" 4 winks Know the interviewer's name and use it during the interview. If you're not sure what it is, call them Jobsy" or "Jobbo". THE META PICTURE awesomesthesia: Some Good Job Interview Tips
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Facebook, Fanta, and Job Interview: Remember, every question is a test so when
 they say "How are you?" reply "Goal ori
 tated, thank you."
 Make a point of mentioning you failed Reli-
 gious Studies and say The only thing I wor-
 ship is productivity." 2 thumbs up.
 Show you're good at delegating respon
 bility by sending someone else to the in
 terview
 Employers check Facebook accounts so
 make sure all your photos show you looking
 at a spreadsheet and punching the air.
 Always make eye contact and if you have
 two interviewers, train your eyes to
 work independently like a chameleon.
 Tell them you're not an applicánt, you're a
 appliCAN. Lick your finger, hold it against
 buttock. Make sizzling noise.
 When asked why you'd be suited to the job,
 pass an ancient scroll along the desk& say
 It was foretold." Stare at them.
 If you're meeting 3 interviewers, bring in a 4
 finger Kitkat. Take charge of di
 ng
 Kitkat to emphasise leadership.
 If asked where you see yourself in 5 yrs
 time, tip them out of their chair, sit on it &
 say 'Here'. Break open a Fanta.
 At the beginning, try to make small talk
 with your interviewer such as "lovely day!"
 or "you look like my real father.
 When asked to describe yourself in 5 words
 say "Atrocious counting skills". Laugh. Open
 packet of Mini Eggs.
 When asked if you found the place OK, say
 I was driven here by cab. Normally of
 course I'm driven by results!" 4 winks
 Know the interviewer's name and use it
 during the interview. If you're not sure
 what it is, call them Jobsy" or "Jobbo".
 THE META PICTURE
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Some Good Job Interview Tips

awesomesthesia: Some Good Job Interview Tips

Advice, Target, and Tumblr: Unpaid internship opportunities are actually useful ply to them. and you should ap You can use them to practice your interview skills. If you get an offer just tell them that you can't work for them because you got accepted for a paid internship. Not only do you get back at exploitive companies by wasting their time, but you will also be able to practice what you're going to say when interviewing at a real company lemonade-cat: ellewritesfiction: I was about to be M A D but this is truly good advice. An important addendum to this!!!Unpaid internships are ONLY LEGAL if:-The work that you are doing benefits YOU and not the company (ex: you being told to fetch coffees for the managers benefits THEM, and does not benefit your education. this is work that would LEGALLY need to be paid.)-There has to be a CLEAR and UNDERSTOOD agreement that the internship is unpaid. If you were led to be expected it was a paid internship and they suddenly were liek “what? no it was unapid”, then the law is on your side to be paid because they didn’t make the agreement clear enough.-The work you are doing must COMPLEMENT the work of paid employees there, NOT replace it.  -The work you do must be RELEVANT to your topic of education. (Again , going back to the coffee example; the chances that fetching some one coffee is relevant to your education is not likely. this is not allowed.)Always remember these things when taking an unpaid internship; you actually DO have legal rights in this regard! Unpaid Internship are supposed to benefit YOU, not the employer :)
Advice, Target, and Tumblr: Unpaid internship
 opportunities are actually
 useful ply to
 them.
 and you should ap
 You can use them to practice your
 interview skills. If you get an offer just tell
 them that you can't work for them
 because you got accepted for a paid
 internship.
 Not only do you get back at exploitive
 companies by wasting their time, but you
 will also be able to practice what you're
 going to say when interviewing at a real
 company
lemonade-cat:
ellewritesfiction:
I was about to be M A D but this is truly good advice.
An important addendum to this!!!Unpaid internships are ONLY LEGAL if:-The work that you are doing benefits YOU and not the company (ex: you being told to fetch coffees for the managers benefits THEM, and does not benefit your education. this is work that would LEGALLY need to be paid.)-There has to be a CLEAR and UNDERSTOOD agreement that the internship is unpaid. If you were led to be expected it was a paid internship and they suddenly were liek “what? no it was unapid”, then the law is on your side to be paid because they didn’t make the agreement clear enough.-The work you are doing must COMPLEMENT the work of paid employees there, NOT replace it.  -The work you do must be RELEVANT to your topic of education. (Again , going back to the coffee example; the chances that fetching some one coffee is relevant to your education is not likely. this is not allowed.)Always remember these things when taking an unpaid internship; you actually DO have legal rights in this regard! Unpaid Internship are supposed to benefit YOU, not the employer :)

lemonade-cat: ellewritesfiction: I was about to be M A D but this is truly good advice. An important addendum to this!!!Unpaid internships a...

Tumblr, Blog, and Com: revolver-d: ”The heroine appears” Undyne the Undyingwish I had enough skills to color it properly
Tumblr, Blog, and Com: revolver-d:

”The heroine appears”

Undyne the Undyingwish I had enough skills to color it properly

revolver-d: ”The heroine appears” Undyne the Undyingwish I had enough skills to color it properly

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Follow My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc! My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! Tony 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019 awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Follow
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc!
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 Tony
 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019
awesomacious:

Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.

awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to ...

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Follow My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc! My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! Tony 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019 awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Follow
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc!
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 Tony
 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019
awesomacious:

Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.

awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to ...

Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers @dogbomb1 Follow My body is willed to the UCI Medical School, so I wrote a note for the student (s) who are stuck with my weird husk. I want them to have fun AND learn valuable skills. Life is too short not to enjoy a good giggle. Hey there doc! My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to become a great doctor. was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much. I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful was about my favorite pastime. As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and generally have fun as you learn. I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no doubt that you'll be one. Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together. Cheers! Tony 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019 awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.
Beer, Blade, and Crazy: Careless Whiskers
 @dogbomb1
 Follow
 My body is willed to the UCI Medical
 School, so I wrote a note for the
 student (s) who are stuck with my weird
 husk. I want them to have fun AND learn
 valuable skills. Life is too short not to
 enjoy a good giggle.
 Hey there doc!
 My name is Tony and I'll be your practice cadaver. I sincerely hope my body helps you to
 become a great doctor.
 was 55 years old when I kicked off. I was diagnosed with ALS in March of last year and I elected
 to make the transition to whatever comes next before the disease made that decision for me
 I was an avid runner, swimmer and outdoor enthusiast. I worked as a veterinary technician and I
 had two crazy mutts that i loved very much. I played the guitar (poorly) and lived for music.I
 had a ton of wonderful friends who I miss very much.
 I often dressed up as a giant dog, drank too much beer, and took myself for walkies. I loved to
 chat with people, and having a meaningful discussion that was both interesting and insightful
 was about my favorite pastime.
 As you work on my body, please remeber that I had a happy, wonderful life, and you are
 permitted to giggle at my weird architecture, ooh and aah at the intricacies of my innards, and
 generally have fun as you learn.
 I hope I have helped you to pursue your passion. The world needs great doctors, and I have no
 doubt that you'll be one.
 Now, lets get to work! Pick up that #10 blade and lets explore this together.
 Cheers!
 Tony
 5:03 PM-1 Apr 2019
awesomacious:

Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to the students that will eventually practice on his body. I found this strangely wholesome.

awesomacious: Diagnosed with ALS and very little time left to live, this man donated his body to a medical school and wrote this letter to ...