Tuesday January 7, 2014
This could pose to be a real problem if you don't have a clean, non-offensive joke in your back pocket. In fact, whether you've been asked this in an interview or not, its always a good idea to have a clean, non-offensive joke in your back pocket.
Here are some great ones that we found:
"Two antennas met on a roof. They fell in love and got married. The wedding wasn't much, but the reception was great."
"A woman proudly told her friend, 'I'm responsible for making my husband a millionaire.' 'Well what was he before he married you?' the friend asked. 'A billionaire.'"
"A man walks into a library and approaches the librarian. The librarian smiles and asks 'How can I help you today?'
The man says, 'Can I get a tunafish sandwich on white?'
Bewildered the librarian says 'Sir this is library...'
The man replies (in a whisper), 'Sorry. Can I get a tunafish sandwich on white?'"
You probably shouldn't venture to tell these career-related jabs. You never know who the interviewer is friends with.
Do you have a favorite clean, non-offensive joke that you tell?