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By Sam / Wednesday 25 June 2014 05:10 / United States - San Francisco
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  EvilLittleMan  |  23

The mentioned or suggested photobomb should include a thumbs down.

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  ShowMeKay  |  20

#83 No, it's really not. Most (normal-minded) people wouldn't pull this kind of stunt during an interview. That's why this story made it to FML. Too many "society these days" comments.

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  katieemerr  |  15

#86 I'm simply stating that it is more common nowadays for people to act like this. I may have been generalising but I can assure you I didn't mean to. I wouldn't dream of doing this at an interview! Society has become more relaxed when it comes to working, people are being forced in to job interviews and this leads to inappropriate behaviour not only such as this but in the work place (had the interviewee not taken the 'selfie', they may have got the job and caused havoc). I consider OP lucky that they were able to nip it in the bud :)

By  tweetypie  |  18

"But first, let me take a selfie"

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To say you want to kill yourself over a song, no matter how annoying, is a very irritating, melodramatic comment and quite offensive to anyone who has considered suicide as their only way out of serious problems, most of which are more severe than a stupid song.

By  deathfyre8  |  13

Ah, the age we live in

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  lexa1love  |  16

It is rough, I went to a job interview in a nice suit. Girl sitting next to me was wearing yoga pants and a v neck shirt. I was surprised they still interviewed her. (Yes, this was for a professional job where business attire was expected.)

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  91hayek  |  31

#36 V-neck and Yoga pants? I guess we all know what assets she was trying to show for the job. Anything to get a leg up - I would say fair game but I'm guessing you're a girl too so you had to compete with that as well.

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  RedPillSucks  |  30

Not sure why #36 was thumbed down. That was probably the other persons assessment, that if she when in showing all her wares, she might have a leg up in the interview process. I'm not saying it's right, but we all know it happens.

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  91hayek  |  31

hey #61 really glad you got the job. It's sad when women try to undermine each other that way; but when the interviewers and bosses are women as well it's a level playing field again and its about what you know and your proficiency and competence instead of how you look. More professional women making those kind of decisions means more competent women employed overall.

By  jcast0627  |  9

"I'll answer your questions... but first, lemme take a selfie!"

By  ahsanmasood  |  4

I feel your pain. *hugs* Hopefully they won't breed and die out.

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