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Interviewers are in the office discussing the lateness of prospective applicant (Interviewee Finally arrives 15 minutes late) (Interviewers) Afternoon Ma'am. (Interviewee) Bless, bless, wha gwarn.

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Introduction

BAD INTERVIEW Interviewers are in the office discussing the lateness of prospective applicant (Interviewee Finally arrives 15 minutes late) (Interviewers) Afternoon Ma'am. (Interviewee) Bless, bless, wha gwarn. Long pause (Interviewer2) This a very impressive CV (Interviewee) Safe, safe (Interviewer1) How did you find out about the job? (Interviewee) My girl...told me...about some ting gwaning in these ends... so I thought I should come down. (Interviewer2) What skills do you think you can bring? (Interviewee) I can do a lot of kick ups and a few stepovers, still. ...read more.

Middle

(Interviewee) No I am here right now (Interviewer2) Nodding his head. Okay, How long did you spend there? (Interviewee) I spent a few hours there, until I decided on what to buy. (Interviewer2) In a confused manner. I'm sorry to come across as being rude but your CV as I said before is quite impressive, but personally it seems as if you do not... (Interview 1) As if you do not know what you're talking about sir. ...read more.

Conclusion

Interviewer 1 presses the buzzer Interviewer1 - Jane could you send the last one in please. There's a knock on the door Interviewers - come in Interviewee - good morning Interviewer 2 - no actually its been a bad morning lets try to make this quick. Interviewer 1 - yes Interviewer 2 - so why do you want this job Interviewee - well Interviewer 1 - look our previous interviews have been disappointing I'm sure you are no different. Interviewers - both walk out on the interview. ...read more.

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