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Photos That Lots of People Can Relate to (25 pics)

Posted in Funny » Humor   23 Jun 2014   / 7482 views

I graduated 3 years ago and have been working in a call centre ever since. This is pretty much how I feel

How I feel at age 32 when I check out the 20 year old girls on campus

How I feel spending New Years with my heavily Christian friends

How I feel accepting college loans

How I feel as a broke college student after depositing $22 in my bank account

How I Feel Getting My Girlfriend Off

How I feel the morning after being blackout drunk

How I feel after I make a concise, logical point during an argument with my wife

How I feel every time I pull into Walmart…

How I feel after going to the gym for 1 day

How I feel being the third wheel during a date

How I feel working for minimum wage

How I feel when texting a girl I like

How I feel being 27/m and single…

How I feel trying to seduce my wife after eating a huge meal

How I feel with my new George Foreman grill.

How I feel about hand jobs

How I feel at work. Everyday.

How I feel sitting in my 101 elective as a last semester senior…

How I feel like working in Customer Service.

How I feel when charging my phone from my laptop.

How I feel working in IT

After 12 hours of studying and two exams, this is how I feel

How i feel playing video games when i should be studying for finals

After trying to find a job for 4 months, this is how I feel about interviews

Comments (2):

jan_kowalski 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#25 hate those semi smart edgy weird questions that make no sense or tell anything valuable about anyone, ever.
Mr. Ree 4 year s ago MARK AS SPAM
#25 - Those questions are designed to let the interviewer see how you think, rather than what the correct answer is.
If the candidate says nothing and gets fidgety means they can't think well under pressure.
Some one that spouts off something like: "32,199" tells me that they don't want to do any research to get the correct answer and try will slide by with lies and bullshit.
Answering "I don't know" is not good unless followed up with something along the lines of: "What is the square footage available inside the bus and/or what are the dimensions? Are the seats still in the bus? What is the diameter of the golf ball?"
Responses like that. That tells me the candidate shows that they are interested in finding the correct answer once they have the information they need to do so.