Friday, October 9, 2009

"We'll Let You Know..."

Dear Men,

I know we all have our own policies when it comes to noticing somebody hasn't done up his fly, but when you know a brother is about to go in for an interview, at least give him a nod.

Breezy


Dear So and So...

47 comments:

  1. Oh no! Say it isn't so Captain!

    Really?

    I hate it when people don't tell me my shit is definitely not together. So wrong.

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  2. Did you almost let the horse out of the barn?

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  3. Doh! Not cool to leave someone hangin' like that. Double-doh!

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  4. Oh maaan! Maybe they didn't notice? Here's hoping...

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  5. You mean the interviewer didn't even say something like " Hey, Chief, barn door's open!" :)

    Lawd, maybe they didn't notice...or maybe they'll say "Cool, a free thinker, we like that!"

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  6. You're too modest. I bet you get the job for sure now.

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  7. oh sweet jesus.

    x-amine your zipper. xyz people. xyz.

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  8. I saw a bloke on the train a week ago, he thought he was Casanova but I noticed his fly was undone. I didn't let him know because he was clearly a twat...but I'd have let you know.

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  9. that is cold, man. stone cold.

    if it makes you feel any better, Nelson accepted an award on stage in front of several hundred people with his fly down a few months ago. don't tell him I told you :)

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  10. If I had been there I totally would have told you. What is wrong with people???

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  11. Oh yeah sure, nice cover, I bet you did that on purpose to secure your position in the company.

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  12. I'm with Carolyn...maybe they were looking for someone with that much confidence!

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  13. My zipper was open the other day and I didn't realize it until after I'd had three meetings. All with men. That explains why nobody told me.

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  14. Interviewer: Male or female? Just curious...

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  15. Well, if they can't spot talent when they see it...pfft.

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  16. Nooooooooooooooooooooo. Oh god. LMAO!

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  17. Oh, man, I literally snorted orange Fanta out of my nose.

    Now my computer monitor is covered in orange colored snot.

    Thanks!

    And sorry!

    But then again, if you actually showed the goods, maybe that'll help!

    You never know.

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  18. Oh I sure hope you're kidding and I nearly spit my coffee on my monitor when I read Dental Maven's comment!

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  19. Spitting coffee on my work station computer is not considered a good thing. Co-workers wondering why you're laughing so hard and giving you strange looks is fun.

    Oh Captain, I'm going to think that you were so impressive, in all ways, that you got the job.

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  20. I guess it depends on what kind of job it was, hey?

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  21. Usually, most people try to impress them with their resumes. Way to think outside the box(ers)!

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  22. What, and miss the entertainment value? Most guys I know would rather see you get physically hurt than warn you of impending danger.

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  23. No way!

    This would be useful if applying for the role in a porn movie, but I'm thinking you weren't interviewing for one.

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  24. Oh dear...maybe they didn't notice...

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  25. Good Lord, no! You didn't!
    Were the interviewers paying more
    attention that than to you?
    Hope it went well anyways, whoever
    they are they'd be damned lucky
    to get you.
    ps always check that out before you
    leave home

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  26. Well, was your potential boss a woman? Maybe it could've scored you some points (D'oh!)
    Saw your comment on my blog about the second interview. Hope it's going great. Sending you good vibes.

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  27. Oh my God, I just saw "Come on sailor, I love you long time." LOL!

    OK, so your fly was down...hopefully you were wearing underwear!

    much love

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  28. And you are speaking about yourself I presume.. lmao.

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  29. ...PS. Unless it's for a position at Chippendals or as an underwear model for Calvin Klein.

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  30. Gack! Tell me you at least had on some nice underoos...

    That sucks.

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  31. What kind of job are you interviewing for? Might help your chances.

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  32. Did your little stormtrooper almost poke his helmet out? lol!

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  33. got to watch that barn door or you'll lose the rooster! lock it!

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  34. Uhhh...hopefully it was really cold.

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  35. If you need cheering up watch this http://rossi2005.blogspot.com/
    Do not let your kids watch it.

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  36. See, it's true...all men are bastards....

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  37. Once I was in a meeting and noticed my my coworker's fly was down. I was sitting right next to him when he got up to give a presentation, and due to some fortunate laptop positioning, I'm pretty sure that no one else at the table noticed. The minute the meeting ended, I tapped him on the shoulder and quietly informed him of the situation. Then our boss who had been sitting on his other side and overheard our conversation, said, "oh yeah - I noticed that too." So yeah - you guys really do suck.

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  38. that could be a good or bad thing, you know? lol.

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  39. maybe it is just me, but I never notice things like that. Call me crazy but, my eyes don't automatically drift down to one's nether regions, either idly or on purpose.....I DID let a lady at the gym know she had a rip on her butt yesterday...but her Ass was right there in front of me as I was tying my shoes. Her panties matched her t-shirt so I thought she had on leotard or something...but she was mortified, so apparently not

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  40. Maybe it made every one feel warm and cozy. Ah look at the poor guy. He really is a regular joe. Let's hire him. The whole office would be looking at his fly for days. Sounds good to me.

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  41. It could work to your advantage. Talk about your "benefits package" while laying yours on the line.

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Come on, sailor. I love you long time.