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juststarting
30th October 2009, 11:39
Yes / No ?

Diestl
30th October 2009, 11:40
Yes / No ?

You, no.
Me, Yes.

Zippy
30th October 2009, 11:40
No

Spacecadet
30th October 2009, 11:40
No, its not fair on everyone else

juststarting
30th October 2009, 11:41
You, no.
Me, Yes.

With photoshop I can make myself like Beckam !

singhr
30th October 2009, 11:42
yeh but who wants to hire a balding man squeezed into a size zero leather dress?

Moscow Mule
30th October 2009, 11:44
Nope, but everything else (linked in, website etc) has the company logo.

SueEllen
30th October 2009, 11:45
Definitely not in the UK.

conned tractor
30th October 2009, 11:47
Yes, but make sure you wear your pink suit.

:rolleyes:

DimPrawn
30th October 2009, 11:48
yeh but who wants to hire a balding man squeezed into a size zero leather dress?

HAB?

realityhack
30th October 2009, 12:03
Definitely not in the UK.
Ditto. It doesn't come across very well on CVs here. You'll be regarded as odd or egotistical, at the very least.

HairyArsedBloke
30th October 2009, 12:04
OI ! :tantrum:

I'm not balding.

Spacecadet
30th October 2009, 12:05
Ditto. It doesn't come across very well on CVs here. You'll be regarded as odd AND egotistical, at the very least.

Only actors and models need a photo and even then, that should be a professional shot sent with the CV, not part of it

threaded
30th October 2009, 12:43
Yes, in one of the company brochures, I have a picture of me taken just after I crossed the line at a bicycle race. Makes me look like a winner. Which is often what the customer wants. Subliminal message etc. etc..

DimPrawn
30th October 2009, 12:44
Yes, in one of the company brochures, I have a picture of me taken just after I crossed the line at a bicycle race. Makes me look like a winner. Which is often what the customer wants. Subliminal message etc. etc..

How is that contract at weight watchers going?

wurzel
30th October 2009, 12:47
Ditto. It doesn't come across very well on CVs here. You'll be regarded as odd or egotistical, at the very least.

Just brings to mind those gurning faces you always see on the covers of those Wrox technical manuals.

Andy2
30th October 2009, 12:49
Yes
But then I look like Brad Pitt

EternalOptimist
30th October 2009, 12:52
Yes
But then I look like Brad Pitt

heh heh

I guess cockney rhyming slang aint your strong suit




:rolleyes:

Pondlife
30th October 2009, 12:58
Not only do I have my pic, I also enclose a screen shot of my facebook page. That way not only can they see how good looking I am but also how popular and interesting too.

Works a treat and I in no way come across as a tw@t, honest.

HTH

DimPrawn
30th October 2009, 13:12
How about a swingers style full frontal stood in the bath with censored across your cock?

Pondlife
30th October 2009, 13:13
How about a swingers style full frontal stood in the bath with censored across your cock?

Have you been looking at my facebook page?

HairyArsedBloke
30th October 2009, 14:35
Yes, in one of the company brochures, I have a picture of me taken just after I crossed the line at a bicycle race. Makes me look like a winner. Which is often what the customer wants. Subliminal message etc. etc..

I used to have a picture of me on HAB Inc. I was trying to look cool with sun glasses on leaning on the balcony of a posh hotel in Havana (http://www.hotelnacionaldecuba.com/en/home.asp) with the crystal clear blue sky and sea behind me. :smokin

Trying to give the image of living the dream :music: Loadsamonney and no T-Men trying to get their cut of our ill-gotten gains.

Just didn't work. Made me look a bit of a prat.

MaryPoppins
30th October 2009, 14:39
How about a swingers style full frontal stood in the bath with censored across your cock?

In the bath? Sexy.

Amiga500
30th October 2009, 14:46
You, no.
Me, Yes.

Racist.

DimPrawn
30th October 2009, 15:00
In the bath? Sexy.

Where would you like me to stand?