View Full Version : Sod's law

22-01-2007, 15:13:32
Suppose you are interviewing some people and have 3 scheduled for one day.

Why it is that if one of them is going to cancel it'll be the middle one and not the one at the end of the day which would allow you to go home early when you really need to? :cry:

22-01-2007, 15:16:56
Can't you order the later one to get there sooner?

22-01-2007, 15:22:11
Nope, I'll just have to go for the shortest interview in history instead.

22-01-2007, 15:28:50
There's no reason you can't judge on the name alone.

Gramercy Riffs
22-01-2007, 15:30:27
In order to correct the balance, you can never give the job to the third interview person.

They should be held accountable.

22-01-2007, 15:36:04
That suits me. The first one tomorrow is now the third we'll see and I didn't like him anyway :D

Lurker the Second
22-01-2007, 16:24:33
Call up the third interviewee and tell them the job's been filled. Then hope like hell the first interviewee isn't a complete dolt (although you've demonstrated a remarkable ability to coexist with dolts). Now you get to go home even earlier.

22-01-2007, 16:29:08
brilliantly brilliant

i can hear some dingdingkickin´tho

22-01-2007, 16:33:35
Why? I guess he was just talking about when we stayed at his house.

22-01-2007, 16:37:29
owja orr in rotterdam

Lurker the Second
22-01-2007, 18:46:15
While all of the above might arguably fit, I was really just thinking of one individual.....

23-01-2007, 09:27:10

23-01-2007, 09:34:08
Originally posted by Lurker the Second
While all of the above might arguably fit, I was really just thinking of one individual..... always thinking about yourself hah!!!
you egocentric pig

23-01-2007, 09:57:47
I spend all day here, of course I'm used to the presence of dolts.

23-01-2007, 10:06:28
and nerds too?

23-01-2007, 10:15:56
No. I don't know any nerds.

23-01-2007, 11:21:50
I live with one.

23-01-2007, 11:29:44

Dyl Ulenspiegel
23-01-2007, 12:21:21
Originally posted by Tizzy
No. I don't know any nerds.

Self alienation taken a step too far.