By interviewed - United States
Today, I went to an interview for a job I really wanted and am qualified for. I've been looking for months. This job was perfect; close to home and great pay. Needless to say I spent quite a while preparing. Everything was going great until I had to sneeze, which forced out a loud, long fart. FML
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  infest0125  |  0

Just because you're applying for a job doesn't mean you should always avoid natural chemical reactions. If your interviewers honestly think that you shouldn't fart or poop, you probably wouldn't wanna work there.


When you are not there they certainly do ... and if drunk enough, they'll do it on cue.

To the OP - If they can't understand the sneeze/pressure/fart reaction, or are willing to deny you employment because of it, you are probably better off not getting a job there anyway.

By  plexico  |  3

If you are as prepared, qualified and eager as you say you are, that should not be a real problem.

Unless you are auditioning as a nude dancer. That would be an automatic disqualifier since the clubs are kind of drafty and the customers are staring right up your asshole most of the time. . . or so I've heard.

By  angel1495  |  0

Ok, everyone farts. EVEN GIRLS. It might be embarrassing, but if you're ever in a situation like that again just handle it with class and say something along the lines of "I'm so sorry, I didn't mean for that to happen" and move on. Ignoring it is far worse, because that just leaves an awkward tension between you and the interviewer. Apologize and immediately move on with the conversation or simply move on to another subject if possible.
FYL for sure, because I know I would still be mortified if that happened to me. But at least situations like that make you think about what to do if it ever happens again.
I hope you get the job!!!!! :]