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By Anonymous - / Friday 29 November 2013 18:08 / United States
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Pressing your tongue against the roof of your mouth when you're about to sneeze will stop it. It's worked every time for me. Though, I suppose that information would have been more useful BEFORE the interview.

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Obviously she did. Having snot hanging down your nose is one of the biggest secrets to a successful interview.

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Could have been better, like sneezing into the crook of your elbow and not throwing it out wildly. ;p In a perfect world, Op wouldn't have that impression being a deciding factor in his or her employment. Odds are though, it may stick in the interviewer's mind like it did on the shirt. ;P

Well that's embarrassing. Better luck next time buddy. Next time try to hold the sneeze in next time somehow

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Next time re-read your comment and the FML. Next time. Uncontrollable, meaning (s)he couldn't have held it in if (s)he tried.

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#6 That may be disgusting but it us brilliant! I was thinking "Oh man she snot on herself... Now there is no way she'll get the job..." But now I'm thinking more on the side where the interviewer has a fetish for licking snot off of shirts and was disgusted because OP wasn't licking a perfectly good booger off of her shirt!

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6- Fuck it, why not? If you're going to not get the job Anyways, you might as well try to get the interviewer to puke his guts up on the way out the door....because that's the proper thing to do, right? ;p Ick.

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48- Actually no, no it didn't. It didn't escalate at all. There was no escalation Whatsoever. It happened, and the response was very subdued, albeit "Puny." But thanks for playing.

Pressing your tongue against the roof of your mouth when you're about to sneeze will stop it. It's worked every time for me. Though, I suppose that information would have been more useful BEFORE the interview.

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I say pineapples (since I don't like the taste of pineapple) and the instant I think of it, it stops the sneeze. 98% success rate. Ohh yeeeyy

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16- Scenario 1) Op was thanked for her time and never got a call back. Life went on. 2) Op took 6#'s advice, licked the snot off herself, and was asked to leave after the interviewer tossed his cookies in the corner. She still didn't get a call back. 3) Op decided the snot ruined her shirt so she promptly removed the offending clothing and was immediately offered the job opening for her wise choice. ;P I'm leaning more towards option 1), but weirder shit has happened here on FML quite often, so

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