Let’s be honest, nobody likes writing resumes. They’re boring, they’re time-consuming, and they’re often a complete waste of time. But one guy came up with a brilliant way to save all the hassle of writing his CV. How? He used Google autocomplete instead! And although we’re not sure whether he’ll ever get a job with it, he definitely succeeded in making us laugh, because as you can see below, his resume is nothing short of hilarious.
“I needed to update my CV so I did it all through Google autocomplete and soon I will have every job,” tweeted Aaron Gillies, a London-based author who also maintains a well-known funny Twitter account called TechnicallyRon. But given that his resume states that he identifies as a wolf, that he was born to love you, and that he is trained in gorilla warfare and can prove it mathematically, he better hope that he finds an employer with a serious sense of humour!
“I am trained in gorilla warfare and I can prove it mathematically”
I needed to update my CV so I did it all through google autocomplete and soon I will have every job pic.twitter.com/pjCBtUhtmw
— TechnicallyRon (@TechnicallyRon) June 29, 2017
Employers might not be impressed, but the internet thought it was brilliant
I once on an application where it asked "Sex" replied "if it gets me the job, sure" it didn't ….
— Lee-Mc (@MylifeinwordsUK) June 29, 2017
I get 'i was born under a wandering star'. Always fancied being a cowboy…
— William Oliver (@Bill_ee_O) June 29, 2017
mate if dumbo was about you bet ur ass I'd be on his back, dat boi can fly
— Charlie Harris (@_CharlieHarris) June 30, 2017
Some people even tried it themselves with equally funny consequences:
— Jason Williams (@JasonWilliamsNY) July 1, 2017
Here's my version pic.twitter.com/16srscCsWg
— Danielle Davies 🍂 (@DaniellexCxD) July 1, 2017
Not only is this funny but as autocomplete is different for everyone, everyone can play!
I am not Earl but most of this is pretty accurate. pic.twitter.com/UXvPxkU8xC
— David Brake (@davidrbrake) July 1, 2017
— Natalie Lanoville (@NatalieLanovill) July 1, 2017
I tried doing that with an OK Cupid profile once. The results were just as sexy. pic.twitter.com/Y14YdERdha
— thom dunn (@thomdunn) June 30, 2017
— Sharon Crowley (@SharonERCrowley) June 30, 2017