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cojak
14th May 2017, 10:27
At least they said she might be very good (I must admit I might have thought the same, but I've learnt that lesson...)

Tunbridge Wells jobseeker's horror at 'oddball' comments
Tunbridge Wells jobseeker's horror at 'oddball' comments - BBC News (http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-kent-39908145)

BlasterBates
14th May 2017, 10:35
The question though is, who is actually the "oddball" or should I say "stupid pillock".

:laugh

northernladyuk
14th May 2017, 10:43
Stupid snowflake whining about a bit of harmless banter.

Toughen up, snowflakes. Brexit is coming.

jamesbrown
14th May 2017, 10:45
Toughen up, snowflakes. Brexit is coming.

Tree-hugging mushroom forager.

northernladyuk
14th May 2017, 10:48
Tree-hugging mushroom forager.

Is that code for Saboteur or for Enemy of the People?

jamesbrown
14th May 2017, 11:21
Is that code for Saboteur or for Enemy of the People?

It's code for enemy of pollarding and wild pigs.

centurian
14th May 2017, 11:28
Could have been a lot worse for the company.

While they could still get into some trouble, if the response had ticked any of the discrimination boxes (gender, age, sexuality etc.) - they'd be screwed.

Take out the emotive language - and it could be a reasonable appraisal of her CV - which is that they find it difficult to assess how suitable she would be from the CV, due to the number of "odd" elements that they wouldn't expect to see.

BrilloPad
14th May 2017, 14:26
Would NLyUK employ her?