4 Flavor-Blasted Questions for Recruitment
Socializing is hard. Socializing for hours on end with strangers that you desperately want to enjoy your company is even harder. Keep your conversations fresh with these thought-provoking questions:
1. What design did your elementary school lunchbox have?
Stripes, dots, superheroes, fish-themed patterns--lunchboxes were colorful items that expressed our personalities. Get a completely total read on the person you’re talking to with this quick q.
2. What was the shape and material of your elementary school lunchbox?
There were the cool kids with the rounded fabric boxes, the hippie kids with the wedge-shaped totes, and the absolute nut-jobs with solid metal. This question will quickly discern if this “Katie” person an irreconcilable sociopath.
3. Who’s lunchbox were you the most jealous of in elementary school?
Just as telling as the kind of lunchbox they had is the kind that they wished they had. This q will make clear the aspirations and goals of your new acquaintance.
4. Was it you who stole my lunchbox in elementary school?
Reveal that you strongly suspect that this is the person who “mistakenly” took your Jonas Brothers lunchbox from the bin during recess in the second grade. “Katie’s” lame ass parents would never drop ten bucks on merchandise to support 3 talentless goofballs with mop hair and cashew dicks. She robbed you of your fruit snack vessel and caused you to project your sexual feelings onto your thermos.Thermos® -- Hot Matters. Cold Matters. It Matters.