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By emilyparra1 / Tuesday 23 October 2012 07:54 / United States
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OP: "Yes and I am and I think you need to make up for your son's mis-doing by hiring me at a larger salary than advertised. I'm sure everyone here would like to find out what a low-life your son turned out to be. Let me know when I start."

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Or cry. If the man has any emotions at all he'll feel bad, which would probably increase your chances at getting the job.

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Should've flashed him a smile and said "Oh- is that what he told you? Haha okay." And yeah, risk not being selected for the job. If he's honestly behaving like that, you don't want to work under him. Life's too short to work under immature assholes.

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Today, I had an interview where the interviewer thought I was somebody else and continued to laugh making it an extremely awkward interview. I don't think I'm getting the job. FML

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I would cry then say I can't believe he did that or you said that make him feel bad and then boom I got a job or storm out I don't want a job that makes me feel useless

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I don't think I'd want a job where the manager would constantly make jokes and laugh about my past. It's embarrassing and uncalled for.

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I would not be working there OP! Getting jerked around like that. If his dad is an ass then you know why he's your EX boyfriend. The apple doens't fall far from the tree.

It looks like you're going to have a delightful load of shit to put up with if you get said job. Time to start dishing the dirt out about his son. Maybe insult his wife while you're at it. Job aborted.

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"Aren't you my son's ex, the one he cheated on?" "Aren't you his dad, the one whose wife took one in every hole at once?"

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34- better still, to reference an old FML : "didn't your wife admit to sleeping with six men af once in college?"

OP: "Yes and I am and I think you need to make up for your son's mis-doing by hiring me at a larger salary than advertised. I'm sure everyone here would like to find out what a low-life your son turned out to be. Let me know when I start."

That is so unprofessional you should report it to his superior. I'm sure they would just love to know that one of their managers is a low-life asshole. Sounds like the son picked up a lot of his qualities from his dad...

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