We won’t believe you if you tell us that you haven’t ever bombed a job interview. It feels so humiliating to replay the whole scene in your mind, right? So we have come up with some of the five words phrases that you should never say during a job interview. Many social media users have flooded Twitter with #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview to tell you what not to do in an interview.
#FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview has become a trending hashtag on the social networking site and has grabbed much attention. Even some of the popular Twitter users have tweeted using the hashtag. Here is some HR advice on what not to do in an interview along with some of the funniest #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview tweets.
I swear you just farted #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview
— Mistress Indistarr ✨ (@indistarr) 29 March 2015
#FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview What's your sexual harassment policy?
— Derrold Purifoy (@derrold) 29 March 2015
Where the hell am I? #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview
— Artyom Kobahidze (@ArtyomIT) 27 March 2015
Do I pee in that #fivewordstoruinajobinterview
— Dean carter (@Kovu_isme) 22 March 2015
"I'm not cannibalistic per se..." #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview
— Noel Wagner (@noel_wagner) 16 March 2015
"Anyway, they dropped the charges." #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview
— Noel Wagner (@noel_wagner) 12 March 2015
I am your father, Luke.
— Jacqueline Spieweg (@JSpieweg) 21 February 2015
No drugs or alcohol? Bummer. #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview
— lhmcelroy (@lhmcelroy) 20 February 2015
#FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview I talk to dead people
— Samantha Joy Burt (@SBurt188) 16 February 2015
— Tony (@technicallytony) 5 February 2015
I need to poop NOW!!!#FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview
— MarMar (@pinningnut) 3 February 2015
Why is the CEO black? #FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview
— Skyza (@SkyzaOs) 1 February 2015
#FiveWordsToRuinAJobInterview You call that a salary?
— morettiphd (@morettiphd) 31 January 2015
Saying “I’ll be asking the questions!” or “I’m live tweeting this interview!” or “Where do my cats sit?” or even worse “You have an awesome hairpiece.” tops any of the interview blunders that job seekers usually end up doing when in a meeting with a prospective employer.
So next time you go for an interview, make sure you do not use these phrases to screw it up!