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April 26, 2015


So there are now classes preparing toddlers for that all-important nursery interview.

(Thanks to Craig Roberts)


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The real stumper is when they ask the kids "In 45 words of less, how would you solves the worlds' problems."

(Many of the kid's vocabularies aren't that large.)

"A child may have learned to recite a certain line - but if you ask them about something else, they suddenly become shy."

Or they don't understand what the hell you are talking about. Or they start crying, which is automatically a disquakification.

Who is the idiot that named the poor kid, "Yoyo"???

YOLO, Yoyo.

I hope you know that this will go down on your permanent record...

(Now I'm wandering around, looking for the geezer bus.)

Learn to say, "world peace," kid. Then you can have your juice.

"Sorry, kid, you used the right shade of magenta crayon on this part of your résumé, but you misspelled 'transcendental in-bassinette meditation." [Pulls trap-door lever] "Ne-EXT!!"

They can use the same questions most HR departments use... like... " If you were a flower, what would you be ? "

This story of exam really gets my diapers in a bunch!


Sorry. I'm only 3. Deal with it.

congrats. you are on neatorama !

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