Monday, November 10, 2008

Personality Test Teases Out That I Am an Over-Confident, Short-Cut Loving, Conflict Magnet, Microphone Hog

Maybe not that last one, but very possibly those first ones...

I would love to rest on my weekend post laurels, but this darn NoBloFoPoMe (c'mon, do the work on that and then chuckle), is making me post every single day for the month. Fun in concept, but after taking an on-line personality test that included analogies and MATH questions (for god's sake!) I am not feeling up to the task today. So, this brings up the fact that I have applied for a job here in town. Not just a job to kill some time and make a little walkin' around money, but a HOLY SHIT WE MIGHT BE HEADING FOR A DEPRESSION I BETTER GET AN EFFING JOB-job. Once upon a time, before I started squeezing out the pups, I was a bit of a mover and a shaker, so my resume and my (yes, I'll say it) ROCKIN' cover letter got me a call back from this very important, cool, extremely profitable local company. To accompany the first phone interview you have to complete this online test. After the test, I am thinking that I better start lining up a "safety" job, you know, one that I can fall back on when I don't get this one: a shoe-in job, if you will. I am just deluded enough to be thinking Karaoke DJ; they always advertise on Craigslist, and the holidays are coming up, and I love the idea of always being able to sleep in! No excuse in the world would get my hubby out of morning duty if my "job" is to stay up partying until 2 am every night. :)

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  2. i love how you went from facebooker to everyday blogger... and keep us posted on the job thing...

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  3. I love your blog name!

    Thanks for commenting and entering the giveaway! I will be back!

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  4. Y'know what, screw the respectable and professional resume, go for the Karaoke DJ, The Bollywood Queen of the Nights...I'll be your manager.

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  5. Thanks for the support, ladies! I actually like the sound of the Bollywood Queen of the Night. I'll have to memorize some of the songs from Lagaan (my favorite Indian movie EVER) and then convince the entire city of Madison to play along with me!

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  6. Wrong approach: you ASSUME the city of Madison is playing along with you. That's what Queenly attitudes are for, honey...

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Thoughts appreciated. Advice welcome. Douche-baggery scoffed at then deleted.