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greenlake
26th September 2016, 21:31
http://i.imgur.com/vUCVwhF.jpg

GB9
26th September 2016, 21:44
http://i.imgur.com/vUCVwhF.jpg

That looks ok :wink

MrMarkyMark
26th September 2016, 21:46
The CUK mod casting couch, an 11AM "session" with NAT?


Squeamish applicants need not apply :eyes











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ctdctd
27th September 2016, 05:42
NLYUK's office and workshop?

Anyway, shirley I win - my last interview was in an Industrial Estate in Luton.........

darmstadt
27th September 2016, 06:38
That's the office used in various casting couch Youporn videos, so I've been informed

vetran
27th September 2016, 08:50
NLYUK's office and workshop?

Anyway, shirley I win - my last interview was in an Industrial Estate in Luton.........

noope,

My last was on an Industrial Estate in Slough.

lukemg
27th September 2016, 10:03
Canteen at Radbroke Hall during a fire alarm in the main office building, 50 people listening to your answers and nodding or looking puzzled....

LondonManc
27th September 2016, 10:05
NLYUK's office and workshop?

Anyway, shirley I win - my last interview was in an Industrial Estate in Luton.........

One of my most recent was in a car park in Hounslow.

Your move.

MrMarkyMark
27th September 2016, 10:06
Furtively hiding, behind client co's office building, trying to avoid being seen / heard doing the phone interview :eyes


One of my most recent was in a car park in Hounslow.

Your move.


You on the game again :laugh








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LondonManc
27th September 2016, 10:08
Furtively hiding, behind client co's office building, trying to avoid being seen / heard doing the phone interview :eyes



Ah, that was a phone interview? Whatever you say, your secret is safe....

SueEllen
27th September 2016, 10:08
Furtively hiding, behind client co's office building, trying to avoid being seen / heard doing the phone interview :eyes



Didn't you have a car there? I've done a couple of interviews in my car in the client's car park.

LondonManc
27th September 2016, 10:09
Didn't you have a car there? I've done a couple of interviews in my car in the client's car park.

His chauffeur was on a day off.

jbond007
27th September 2016, 12:10
One of my most recent was in a car park in Hounslow.

Your move.

Last year, I did a telephone interview from Asda carpark in ... Hounslow :eek:

barrydidit
27th September 2016, 12:16
Drove to Newcastle for an interview only to find the bloke supposed to be doing it had phoned in sick. :suicide:

MrMarkyMark
27th September 2016, 12:26
Drove to Newcastle for an interview only to find the bloke supposed to be doing it had phoned in sick. :suicide:


Always nice when they don't let you know, unless you like Newcastle :eyes

kolata
27th September 2016, 12:42
The kitchen of the HR lady in her house in Uxbridge.
This happened after the main office building nearby was evacuated due to street riots in London at the time. So I gave her a lift home.
Did't get the permie post :)

MrMarkyMark
27th September 2016, 12:45
The kitchen of the HR lady in her house in Uxbridge.
This happened after the main office building nearby was evacuated due to street riots in London at the time. So I gave her a lift home.
Did't get the permie post :)


I reckon you would have got it, if you had offered to bleed her radiators, or, maybe you did and you didn't make a good job of it. :eyes


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kolata
27th September 2016, 12:51
I reckon you would have got it, if you had offered to bleed her radiators, or, maybe you did and you didn't make a good job of it. :eyes



Quite likely. Anyway, post was paying only £86000/yr.
It was a nice house though.

PS. Why the white 4? Retarded?

Wilmslow
27th September 2016, 12:59
Quite likely. Anyway, post was paying only £86000/yr.
It was a nice house though.

PS. Why the white 4? Retarded?

Touche pal, touche :rollin:

MrMarkyMark
27th September 2016, 13:07
Quite likely. Anyway, pos twas paying only £86000/yr.
It was a nice house though.

PS. Why the white 4? Retarded?


£86K, what were you doing at the interview, in the first place, wouldn't get out of bed for it.

Most probably retarded, but not for that reason :D.

No, its to give more space to the post, unfortunately it shows up in the mobile app, not on the site.

NLUK particularly likes it :laugh



Touche pal, touche :rollin:

Shut it you chunt, please add where you have had your worst interview.

In fact, don't, I dread to think.

GJABS
27th September 2016, 13:28
My "worst interview" was in 1992 fresh out of college. A phone interview, where I had to phone the interviewer on his mobile phone. I chose to phone from a public phone box. Trouble is I never realised how expensive calls to mobiles were in those days, especially from phone boxes.
I dialed the number, put in a 50p coin (which was worth a bit in those days), "Hello, is that Mr X", "Yes, is that G-JABS" followed by beep beep beep beep.
I had no more money, and the line went dead, along with the prospects for the job.

MrMarkyMark
27th September 2016, 13:30
My "worst interview" was in 1992 fresh out of college. A phone interview, where I had to phone the interviewer on his mobile phone. I chose to phone from a public phone box. Trouble is I never realised how expensive calls to mobiles were in those days, especially from phone boxes.
I dialed the number, put in a 50p coin (which was worth a bit in those days), "Hello, is that Mr X", "Yes, is that G-JABS" followed by beep beep beep beep.
I had no more money, and the line went dead, along with the prospects for the job.

Corker, best so far :laugh

LondonManc
27th September 2016, 13:36
My "worst interview" was in 1992 fresh out of college. A phone interview, where I had to phone the interviewer on his mobile phone. I chose to phone from a public phone box. Trouble is I never realised how expensive calls to mobiles were in those days, especially from phone boxes.
I dialed the number, put in a 50p coin (which was worth a bit in those days), "Hello, is that Mr X", "Yes, is that G-JABS" followed by beep beep beep beep.
I had no more money, and the line went dead, along with the prospects for the job.

Calling yourself GJABS in 1992? So street, 20 years before your time. Respeck brav.

Major Hassle
27th September 2016, 15:53
Drove 3hrs to Sheffield, before interview spoke to agent "you're sure they want an IT PM" - "yes positive on that". You can guess the rest, 2 minutes in the interview room then back on the road :mad:

westtester
28th September 2016, 10:04
Drove to Newcastle for an interview only to find the bloke supposed to be doing it had phoned in sick. :suicide:

I drove 150 miles to Exeter for an interview many years ago. Turned out that nothing had been arranged and there was no vacancy, but the agent just sent me anyway presumably hoping a job would magically appear. To the client's credit, they did spare some time for a chat but they had nothing to offer me. As expected, the agent was never available when I rang to inform him what a chunt he was.

MrMarkyMark
28th September 2016, 10:05
I drove 150 miles to Exeter for an interview many years ago. Turned out that nothing had been arranged and there was no vacancy, but the agent just sent me anyway presumably hoping a job would magically appear. To the client's credit, they did spare some time for a chat but they had nothing to offer me. As expected, the agent was never available when I rang to inform him what a chunt he was.

:facepalm: :tantrum:

northernladyuk
28th September 2016, 12:20
The CUK mod casting couch, an 11AM "session" with NAT?


Squeamish applicants need not apply :eyes










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Not after Admin has re-interviewed MF at 10 a.m. and cojak's on a dirty protest.