Interview Jokes

I said yes and I do a good version of Bohemian Rhapsody too

This week’s puns and one liners take the form of interview jokes, but I don’t recommend using them in an interview… as normal they come with no guarantee of hilarity or originality…


A friend had an interview for a job a local taxi company. He turned up twenty minutes late, and the chap interviewing him said “the job’s yours”.


Had an interview for a job as a farrier once. I was asked if I had ever shoed a horse. I said no, but I’d told a donkey to go away once.


Went for an interview and was asked about my background. I showed him my phone, with a photo of my dog going for a walk.


They say dress for the job you want, not the one you have, but going to that interview dressed as Batman didn’t get be the job.


Told them at an interview that I always gave 100%. Didn’t get the job as an exam marker.


I was asked at an interview what my biggest weakness was and said “honesty”. The interviewer said “I don’t see that as a weakness”, and I replied “I don’t care what you think”…


Went for an interview in Seoul once. Seemed like a good Korea opportunity.


I was told at an interview that they were looking for someone responsible. I said “I have lots of experience of that, in my last job every time something went wrong, they said I was responsible”.


I was asked in an interview if I could perform under pressure. I said yes, and I do a good version of Bohemian Rhapsody too.


I was asked what my greatest weakness was at an interview, and I said “my stubbornness”. They asked me to give more details, I said “no”.


The local police have asked me to come for an interview. I don’t even remember applying for a job there.


I was asked at an interview to describe myself in three words. I said “not very good at following instructions”.


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