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By Lyingg - / Wednesday 5 October 2011 20:33 / United Kingdom
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At least OP didn't decide to be a drama queen about the trick the interviewer pulled. P.S. I've done similar things to get people going, only to pull the rug out from under them. I once managed to convince my friend that Gypsies are of a different species from Homo sapiens. :P

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In my opinion op hasn't even started the corporate chain but already is willing to do anything, including lying to the interviewer, to get what she/he wants. A true fucking modern business person.

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That's true; business is like that. And who hasn't said "oh yeah, I know what you're talking about" when really they didn't? It happens...

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It's not as effective as "Oh I don't know about that one yet" and then asking questions about it. Much better to show your interest in furthering your knowledge base instead of just being a sheep to be led.

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Or just say "Oh, I didn't hear of that one yet" and then ask questions about it. Much better to show that you are interesting in furthering your knowledge rather than just being a sheep to be led.

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Should have just told him that you weren't familiar with that particular play. It's always good to be honest in a job interview.

By  E_ve

Seriously... you could've just said "You know, I've never seen or heard of that one but is it any good?" or something like that

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