If You Interviewed in Rap Lyrics
I'm not talented at many things, but memorizing lyrics would be high up on the list. When someone's talking sometimes I want to answer them with a line for a song. In fact, I could probably spend my whole day just speaking in lyrics and losing lots of friends. Lately, I've been hearing some rap songs that have me thinking:
what if you interviewed for a job, via rap lyrics? After all, I could have been a rapper.
Interviewer: Thanks for coming out today, Helene.
Helene: Hello, Good morning. Know you been waiting for it.
Hello Good Morning (ft. T.I.) by Diddy – Dirty Money on Grooveshark
I: Do you have your resume?
H: Certified, everywhere, ain't gotta print the resume!
Fight Night [Prod. By Stack Boy Twan] by Migos on Grooveshark
I: Hmm, Okay… Well what's your job experience?
H: Bitch, I'm a BOSS
Im a Boss (remix) (feat. Meek Mill & Young Chris) by Rick Ross on Grooveshark
I: Tell Me about your work ethic?
H: Working all night, traffic on the way home. Now I'm on the road half a million for a show.
Started From The Bottom by Drake on Grooveshark
H: And to expand on your question… I go hard in Da paint.
Hard in da Paint by Waka Flocka Flame on Grooveshark
I: What are your hobbies outside of work?
H: Hop up outta bed, turn my swag on.
Turn My Swag On by Soulja Boy Tell 'Em on Grooveshark
I: How have you handled a conflict at work?
H: Gotta get that dirt off your shoulders.
Dirt Off Your Shoulders by Jay-Z on Grooveshark
I: What's are you looking for in terms of a starting salary?
H: A Milli.
A Milli by Lil Wayne on Grooveshark
I think we know what would happen if you did this: you'd get the job.
(Also, my Rapper name is officially She Lenes. Thank you and goodnight).