Oops...

Discussion in 'Genitalia' started by PineMan, Jul 18, 2013.

  1. PineMan

    PineMan Senior Member

    In my current JobSearch I was updating my online C.V. (Resumé, to you Yanks) with an Employment Agency. On their website they also suggested I upload an I.D. Photo. As I had a couple of just that type of photos knocking around spare from my passport application, I decided to use that one.

    After a little while I went back to check out how it looked, and the horrible truth dawned on me... I had accidentally missed clicking on "I.D. Photo.jpg" & clicked on "In The Woods.jpg". I think you can well imagine what that photo was like, but it's one of those I use in my Adult Friend Finder Profile.

    You've never seen my fingers move so past to remove & replace it.
     
  2. kairilove

    kairilove Member

    Oh wow, though I suppose it may have been appropriate for some professions ;)

    Folders my friend, folders!
     
  3. wobs

    wobs Senior Member

    what are these folder things?
     
  4. PineMan

    PineMan Senior Member

    I do use folders. It was just that the scan I made was only meant to be a very temporary file on my own drive, so I saved it temporarily in the 'My Pics\Personal' folder, after I had been doing a search to see if I already had a copy of the file saved.
     
  5. kairilove

    kairilove Member

    In that case, yes, OOPs! :)
     
  6. RainyDayHype

    RainyDayHype flower power Lifetime Supporter

    ba haha
    awesome
     
  7. PhotoDude

    PhotoDude Member

    I've had a few close calls myself. ALWAYS keep in a separate folder from the start.
     
  8. Willy Blue

    Willy Blue Senior Member

    Argh, I bet that wont get passed around the Employment Agency then. I think you can expect a call asking "Exactly what sort of job are you looking for Mr Pineman? We currently have a rubber truncheon manufacturer who are interested in hiring you as a model for their new line in truncheons. The only concern is that if anyone gets hit with a truncheon with those dimensions someone is going to get seriously hurt!!!"
     
  9. FireWitch

    FireWitch Member

    LOLOLOLOL that's funny.
     
  10. drumminmama

    drumminmama Super Moderator Staff Member Super Moderator

    One reason I'm against photos on CV/resumes.

    In the States, it's illegal to require one aside from modeling/acting.

    That said, my résumé does have a headshot.
    And I did just double check it.
    ;-)
     
  11. PineMan

    PineMan Senior Member

    It's not a requirement, as such. Just when filling in your profile with an online agency, they suggest adding a portrait photo.
     

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