Tuesday, 31 January 2006

Excuses, anyone?

Someone I know had a job interview this morning in the city.
He got to the building's entrance a bit before time and asked the security guard for his contact, the way he was instructed to do.
The surprising part came when he was approached from behind by three people waiting at the same reception. They were people from his current company, and they were a bit curious to see him there wearing a suit and tie and all. This guy that I know really hates wearing uniforms of all sorts, especially the uncomfortable sort, and now he has another reason to hate it: being conspicuous.
Anyway, what do you think this guy that I know can use as an excuse?


Jill said...

He had an appointment.

He was going to an 'information interview' as he is 'considering' a change of career.

He had a blind date. (it's a stretch)

Avi said...

He was going to meet a friend that works here, and he just came from a funeral (:

Moshe Reuveni said...

The blind date tip could be good if I wanted to establish a Casanova image.
Anyway, I bumped into those three guys on several occasions yesterday and they didn't say a thing, so I'm assuming I can go back to defcon normal.
Not that I'd mind spilling my guts a bit, it's just that I don't believe in burning bridges.