Interview Jokes / Recent Jokes
A Sardar travelling on an overnight train to Punjab requests the conductor before retiring
"phaji - Ludhiana savere panj vaje aavega - mainu uthe jaroor utha dena interview lai jana hai. Main Kumbkaran de neend sonda hoon, jarurat pade taan jabardasti utar dena.
Sardarji wakes up to the sounds of "chai chai" in Amritsar, looks at time - 8. 30 AM. He has missed his interview and is very pissed off, finds the conductor and starts swearing at him in the choicest Punjabi galis. This carries on for about 10 minutes. Another passenger says to the Conductor: -
"ye Sardar ji aap ko maa bahen ki galiya nikaal rahen hain aur aap hain ke sharafat se sune ja rahe hain"
"bhai sahib " responds the conductor "main enke galiyan to sun he nahin raha hoon. Mujhe to un Sardarji ke galiyaan sun rahi hain jinko maine Ludhaine main utaar deya.
Melinda Duckett, a 21 year old mother whose son is missing, killed herself shortly after a grueling interview with CNN's Nancy Grace.
Scheduled next to appear on Nancy Grace's show is Nancy Grace, who will be questioned in the death of Melinda Duckett.
In a recent interview with the London Mirror, actress Lindsay Lohan said that she stays away from drugs because she saw what they did to her father. In another interview, OJ Simpson's son Jason said he avoids white women for the same reason.
Zek and Luke went to a trucking company to apply for a "Team" truck driving job. The personnel manager decided, after talking to them both that they weren't the sharpest knives in the drawer. He decides to interview them separately. He first interviews Zek. After 15 minutes he completes the interview. Zek barely passes. Next he interviews Luke. He begins by asking the usual transportation related questions. Luke also barely passes.
The personnel manager next interview them together. He presents them with this potential problem: Now Zek and Luke, lets say that you two are a driving team. One of you is driving the rig and the other is asleep in the back. You are going down this very steep hill with sixty thousand pounds of steel on the truck. All of a sudden your breaks go out and your speed is increasing. What would be the first thing you'd do?
About a minute passes and there was no answer. Then, all of a sudden Luke spoke up.
"I know, I know, I know the more...
A man was injured in a serious accident but, fortunately, the only permanent damage he suffered was the amputation of both ears. Due to this unusual handicap, he was very self-conscious about his appearance.
As a result of the accident, he received a large sum of money from the insurance company and decided to fulfill his dream of owning his own business. He went out and purchased a rather small, but expanding, computer firm. Soon realizing that he had no business knowledge at all and knew nothing about running such a business, he quickly set out to hire someone who could run it for him.
He picked out three top candidates and proceeded to interview them. The first interview went very well. The candidate appeared to know everything needed and had a pleasant personality. At the end of the interview, the man with no ears asked him, "Do you notice anything unusual about me?" "Well, yeah," the candidate answered, "you don't have any ears."
A man went in for an interview for a job as a sales man. The interview went
quite well, but the trouble was that he kept winking.
The interviewer said, "Although you have a lot of the qualities we are looking
for, the fact that you keep winking could put a lot of our potential customers
"Oh, that is no problem," said the man. "I stop winking if I take a couple of
"Show me," said the interviewer.
So the man reached into his pocket. Embarrassingly he pulled out loads of
condoms of every variety - ribbed, flavoured, coloured and everything before he
found the packet of aspirin. He took an aspirin and soon stopped winking.
The interviewer said, "I do not think we could employ someone who would be
womanizing all over the country."
"Excuse me!" exclaimed the man, "I am a happily married man, not a womanizer!"
"Well, how do you explain all the more...
A mathematician, applied mathematician and a statistician all apply for the same job. At the interview they are asked the question, what is 1+1. The mathematician replies, "I can prove that it exists but not that it is unique." The applied mathematician after some thought replies, "the answer is approximately 1.99 with an error in the region of 0.01." The statistician steps outside the room, mulls it over for several minutes, and eventually in desparation returns and inquires, "so what do you want it to be?"