Elski Felson wants a job at Snapchat, but instead of submitting a traditional resume, he created one using the app.
“Personally, I hate paper resumes,” he says in the video. “I don’t think a piece of paper can encapsulate anybody. So I decided to make you a ‘My Story.'”
He then goes through the requirements (presumably for this Community Support Specialistposition) line by line to prove his worth.
Watch him demonstrate that he is and expert spreadsheet wizard, multi-tasker and ugly selfie sender among the other qualifications listed on the page.
“I’ve been searching for a professional job for almost 8 months now. I’m totally fed up with the system,” he writes on Reddit. “Applying online over and over and hearing nothing back… it’s a disheartening crapshoot.”
Well hopefully Snapchat will catch wind of the video and at least grant him an interview for putting in all the extra effort.
Essex photographer Martin Le-May captured this epic moment on Monday, in which a weasel is soaring on the back of a woodpecker. It was Tweeted out by birder/wildlife photographer Jason Ward where it quickly went viral and had many people wondering if it was real or photoshopped. It’s apparently very real.
ABSOLUTLEY INCREDIBLE photo by Martin Le-May. Green Woodpecker and Weasel. Apparently the Woodpecker escaped. pic.twitter.com/PUt1b2Mbhs— Jason Ward (@Jayward7) March 2, 2015
As we walked we heard a distressed squawking and I saw that flash of green. So hurriedly I pointed out to Ann the bird and it settled into the grass behind a couple of small silver birch trees. Both of us trained our binoculars and it occurred that the woodpecker was unnaturally hopping about like it was treading on a hot surface. Lots of wing flapping showing that gloriously yellow/white colour interspersed with the flash of red head feathers. Just after I switched from my binoculars to my camera the bird flew across us and slightly in our direction; suddenly it was obvious it had a small mammal on its back and this was a struggle for life.
He added that the woodpecker managed to get away, while the weasel wandered off into the grass.
Real or not, you can’t put a picture like that online and expect to walk away meme-free.
Here are some of the best responses from Twitter of the #WeaselPecker: