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Sometimes enough is enough. The amount of cringe that ensues when they actually up and leave is pure, awkward gold. 

Via Aleteuk
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Sit back and witness the mesmerizing interview of Tom Cruise where he does a whole lot of talking, without saying anything at all. It's bizarre and very hard to stop watching. 

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Via Jean Rea
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The way that Keanu Reeves decides to handle this completely innocent little slip up just makes us love him more. He really turned into Ted there for a sec. 

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The game was over as soon as Eric Andre saw the interviewer start giving his buddy Jay Baruchel a hard time for no good reason at all. From there, the interviewer was overwhelmed by Eric Andre doing what he does best--creating utter chaos. 

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Customer Gets Mistaken for Job Applicant, Interviewers Break Law

This person was just trying to get their machine repaired when some less than professional employees ended up trying to interview them, then reject them from said job. Kind of a strange situation for a customer to be in. For a customer who made it further up the fake professional ladder, this dude impersonated a store manager to boot a horrible customer.

Employees mistake customer for job applicant, and they break the law | r/IDontWorkHereLady Posted by u/ligamentary 18 hours ago Manager reveals illegal hiring practices mistaking applicant XXXXL Names have been altered out consideration business owner bit older got grandkids high school, let's put way So been especially cautious about staying home during COVID-19 pandemic. Part has, unfortunately, meant indefinitely cutting out my regular trips gym. So invested couple pieces equipment my house p
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Applicant's Mother Barges Into Interview, Costing Him Job

From this hiring manager's perspective, it seems like a good reason to discount an applicant if their mom keeps answering the interview questions. For another tale of an overreaching parent, here's a parent who hired a private investigator to check out their nanny. On the other side of things, here's an applicant who got to call out a company's horrible interview process.

Job applicant's mother ruins job interview | r/AmItheAsshole Posted by u/apartmentroublee 1 day ago AITA telling this college guy's mom her coming into his interview cost him job? Not hole am hiring manager at tech company and hiring summer internships little while ago had guy, about 19 years old, applying summer internship between his freshman and sophomore years college virtual interview over Zoom because covid.
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Comparing this movie to every other film ever made would be quite the undertaking. 

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Jim Carrey really tried to help this interviewer out, and clarify for her that he was not playing an animated character, but she just kept missing the signs. Oh well, made for a great interview. 

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Via Bulb
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When asked what his rap name would be during an interview for the movie "Downhill", Will Ferrell said it'd be, "Big Chungus." I mean, makes sense. Welcomed words from a true legend. 

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Via TODAY
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We have the stupid fake positivity that most morning shows bring to the table, and this one is no exception. That said, this guy's retelling of his story of catching a burglar and giving him some advice is pretty funny.

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Apparently it was cold out and the kid just wanted to celebrate his aced test with some moisturizing hand lotion. That cold air can dry your hands out. He's got a point. 

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He gets caught up in the middle of believing that a quarter of an hour is not 15 minutes. From there we get to watch him come to terms with the fact that he's ultimately wrong. 

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These two are way too good at taking interviews together. They can't keep it together and that's definitely the best part.