ZOMG YOU GUYS! It has finally happened! A job has been offered!
Now, I’m no mathmagician (that’s what professional math-doers are called right?) but I’d put the statistical probability of finding a job posting INTENDED for job seekers WHO ARE ALSO seeking for employment at about… I dunno… one in a kabillion? That sounds right. Like finding a pearl in an oyster, or a shirt from Forever 21 that doesn’t disintegrate when sunlight hits it.
This job is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to… well, I’m not sure exactly what it is an opportunity to do, but let me be clear: there’s no way it isn’t TOTALLY AWESOME. Did you see the exclamation points in the subject line? Um, yeah: there were five of them. Five. People don’t just throw around exclamation points like that. And on the internet? No way. Not without cause. Not without being able to back it UP. As everyone knows, the internet is all about two things: personal accountability, and responsible punctuation. Duh. Ergo: this job offer is the real deal.
- The second line, which almost appears to have been written with… an over-the-top Italian accent?
Frankly, the entire ad is a a highlight unto itself: it is a thing of beauty and a joy forever. That said, you should figure out what the job is (suggestions welcome in the comments) and then avoid it.