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nothesecondone

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#49 - I don't get this. So when a man cheats and a woman destroys hi…  [+] (1 reply) 06/23/2016 on Untit led 0
#50 - thecomkiller (06/23/2016) [-]
I mean... yeah, they basically come right out and say that half the time...
#68 - The amount of effort required to type "this is in regards…  [+] (2 replies) 06/12/2016 on black widow 0
#72 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
Like I said, you are just grilling this guy for no reason. Literally no sane person would expect their friends to ignore them when they reach out just because they didn't put a subject title in their facebook message. He communicated in a way that I would consider normal when trying to get in contact with A FRIEND. Nothing he said implied that he felt like a saint. If he had spent the extra effort to clear up the confusion like you think he should have then guess what? He would have hired a bitch, and most likely had to deal with it later on at work, which could end up with him getting fired. He did nothing wrong.
#110 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
It makes me sad that some of the wiser replies are at the very bottom
#56 - My argument is that he didn't state that reason he wanted to c…  [+] (4 replies) 06/12/2016 on black widow +1
#59 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
I doubt he actually waited 2 weeks before finding another applicant, he just says that he waited 2 weeks to tell her. Like I said, I don't know anything about you or your job history, but most of the time there are more than enough applicants. In almost all situations the employer is the one in the dominant position, and it's up to you to impress them, unless you are some top notch, no replacement employee, which is most likely not the case here. That being said, he has no obligation and really no motivation to do anything extra, and the fact that he contacted this chick first or even at all is him going above in beyond. He didn't have to do anything extra, and that includes putting in the effort to tell her why he wanted to talk to her. There are plenty of people who want a $15 /hr job, and this guy contacted her 3 different ways trying to get her the job. Again, this guy is a hero, idk where you're coming from trying to put anything negative on him. He could have just never contacted her at all, and she probably still would have blocked him for never contacting her, but no according to you and her too apparently this guy should have contacted her 3 different ways, said the secret password, and waited patiently for her response too.
#68 - nothesecondone (06/12/2016) [-]
The amount of effort required to type "this is in regards to a career opportunity" is minimal. I agree with you that he went above and beyond by trying to get her a job and even contacting her through three different means but I feel like there is more of a lesson to be learned than just "she's an ungrateful bitch who lashed out on me". Regardless of how high you are in the company it's important to be able to communicate with people and have a good relation with those who work under rather than feeling like a saint because you are even offering them a position.
#72 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
Like I said, you are just grilling this guy for no reason. Literally no sane person would expect their friends to ignore them when they reach out just because they didn't put a subject title in their facebook message. He communicated in a way that I would consider normal when trying to get in contact with A FRIEND. Nothing he said implied that he felt like a saint. If he had spent the extra effort to clear up the confusion like you think he should have then guess what? He would have hired a bitch, and most likely had to deal with it later on at work, which could end up with him getting fired. He did nothing wrong.
#110 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
It makes me sad that some of the wiser replies are at the very bottom
#50 - I'm not saying he's completely at fault I'm just saying that a…  [+] (6 replies) 06/12/2016 on black widow +1
#52 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
Replying to someone who tries to talk to you is common courtesy as well. I don't believe he's at fault at all. Like you said, they were facebook friends, the only time I've ever seen anyone start off a conversation with the reason they are trying to contact you is when it's a total stranger. In this case, the girl gave him her phone number, email address, and added him on facebook, come on.
#56 - nothesecondone (06/12/2016) [-]
My argument is that he didn't state that reason he wanted to contact her was purely professional. It's possible that she was busy and saw the messages and didn't think that it was about anything important. I doubt she saw the message and thought to herself "wow another guy just wants to talk to me to hit me up, I have a boyfriend now so I'm just going to ignore him." He was the one who had a position that needed to be filled and he could have potentially filled it right there but couldn't and had to search around for 2 weeks to find another applicant. I'm not saying that he's completely at fault, however, we shouldn't assume that the girl is entirely to blame in this situation.
#59 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
I doubt he actually waited 2 weeks before finding another applicant, he just says that he waited 2 weeks to tell her. Like I said, I don't know anything about you or your job history, but most of the time there are more than enough applicants. In almost all situations the employer is the one in the dominant position, and it's up to you to impress them, unless you are some top notch, no replacement employee, which is most likely not the case here. That being said, he has no obligation and really no motivation to do anything extra, and the fact that he contacted this chick first or even at all is him going above in beyond. He didn't have to do anything extra, and that includes putting in the effort to tell her why he wanted to talk to her. There are plenty of people who want a $15 /hr job, and this guy contacted her 3 different ways trying to get her the job. Again, this guy is a hero, idk where you're coming from trying to put anything negative on him. He could have just never contacted her at all, and she probably still would have blocked him for never contacting her, but no according to you and her too apparently this guy should have contacted her 3 different ways, said the secret password, and waited patiently for her response too.
#68 - nothesecondone (06/12/2016) [-]
The amount of effort required to type "this is in regards to a career opportunity" is minimal. I agree with you that he went above and beyond by trying to get her a job and even contacting her through three different means but I feel like there is more of a lesson to be learned than just "she's an ungrateful bitch who lashed out on me". Regardless of how high you are in the company it's important to be able to communicate with people and have a good relation with those who work under rather than feeling like a saint because you are even offering them a position.
#72 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
Like I said, you are just grilling this guy for no reason. Literally no sane person would expect their friends to ignore them when they reach out just because they didn't put a subject title in their facebook message. He communicated in a way that I would consider normal when trying to get in contact with A FRIEND. Nothing he said implied that he felt like a saint. If he had spent the extra effort to clear up the confusion like you think he should have then guess what? He would have hired a bitch, and most likely had to deal with it later on at work, which could end up with him getting fired. He did nothing wrong.
#110 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
It makes me sad that some of the wiser replies are at the very bottom
#40 - I mean I can definitely see how she wouldn't be able to tell t…  [+] (11 replies) 06/12/2016 on black widow +2
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#49 - allthelolz (06/12/2016) [-]
Again we were friends at the time. If we're friends I shouldn't have to imply that you're going to gain something by calling me back. You should just want to talk to me regardless. Since its just one common curtosey to call back, and two you should be respectful towards your friends.
#122 - anon (06/23/2016) [-]
>she should want to contact me back
Jesus fucking christ you really were autistic.
ANON SO YOU WILL NEVER FIGURE OUT MY IDENTITY.
#51 - nothesecondone (06/12/2016) [-]
I agree with you but also look at my comment #50
Sorry to hear that she was a shitty friend though, not sure how well you knew her but I wouldn't ever associate with her after that unless she truly apologized and said she fucked up and overreacted.
#46 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
How is he at fault? He's trying to fill a position, it doesn't matter how he goes about it, if you want the job you answer. If she chose to ignore him, no skin off his back, hire someone else. I don't know how many jobs you've applied for but I would be impressed if any company actually called me to offer a job, this guy is a hero.
#50 - nothesecondone (06/12/2016) [-]
I'm not saying he's completely at fault I'm just saying that any confusion on her part could have been avoided. I get that he was on friendlier terms with her so he was less professional about giving her the position but telling her up front why you are reaching out to her is common courtesy. If he was professional about it then yeah fuck that bitch, but that's not what happened so she definitely can make a somewhat justifiable argument. She was being childish in her response though.
#52 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
Replying to someone who tries to talk to you is common courtesy as well. I don't believe he's at fault at all. Like you said, they were facebook friends, the only time I've ever seen anyone start off a conversation with the reason they are trying to contact you is when it's a total stranger. In this case, the girl gave him her phone number, email address, and added him on facebook, come on.
#56 - nothesecondone (06/12/2016) [-]
My argument is that he didn't state that reason he wanted to contact her was purely professional. It's possible that she was busy and saw the messages and didn't think that it was about anything important. I doubt she saw the message and thought to herself "wow another guy just wants to talk to me to hit me up, I have a boyfriend now so I'm just going to ignore him." He was the one who had a position that needed to be filled and he could have potentially filled it right there but couldn't and had to search around for 2 weeks to find another applicant. I'm not saying that he's completely at fault, however, we shouldn't assume that the girl is entirely to blame in this situation.
#59 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
I doubt he actually waited 2 weeks before finding another applicant, he just says that he waited 2 weeks to tell her. Like I said, I don't know anything about you or your job history, but most of the time there are more than enough applicants. In almost all situations the employer is the one in the dominant position, and it's up to you to impress them, unless you are some top notch, no replacement employee, which is most likely not the case here. That being said, he has no obligation and really no motivation to do anything extra, and the fact that he contacted this chick first or even at all is him going above in beyond. He didn't have to do anything extra, and that includes putting in the effort to tell her why he wanted to talk to her. There are plenty of people who want a $15 /hr job, and this guy contacted her 3 different ways trying to get her the job. Again, this guy is a hero, idk where you're coming from trying to put anything negative on him. He could have just never contacted her at all, and she probably still would have blocked him for never contacting her, but no according to you and her too apparently this guy should have contacted her 3 different ways, said the secret password, and waited patiently for her response too.
#68 - nothesecondone (06/12/2016) [-]
The amount of effort required to type "this is in regards to a career opportunity" is minimal. I agree with you that he went above and beyond by trying to get her a job and even contacting her through three different means but I feel like there is more of a lesson to be learned than just "she's an ungrateful bitch who lashed out on me". Regardless of how high you are in the company it's important to be able to communicate with people and have a good relation with those who work under rather than feeling like a saint because you are even offering them a position.
#72 - mykol (06/12/2016) [-]
Like I said, you are just grilling this guy for no reason. Literally no sane person would expect their friends to ignore them when they reach out just because they didn't put a subject title in their facebook message. He communicated in a way that I would consider normal when trying to get in contact with A FRIEND. Nothing he said implied that he felt like a saint. If he had spent the extra effort to clear up the confusion like you think he should have then guess what? He would have hired a bitch, and most likely had to deal with it later on at work, which could end up with him getting fired. He did nothing wrong.
#110 - anon (06/13/2016) [-]
It makes me sad that some of the wiser replies are at the very bottom