This Is What You Actually Want To Say During A Job Interview

06/18/2015 11:27 am ET | Updated Jun 18, 2015

"How'd the interview go?"

This is the absolute worst question to ask someone who's just interviewed for a job, because the answer is, "Who the hell knows!" Most job interviews appear to go pretty well ... we think? IDK!

We don't know because what's being said during a job interview is not what you actually want to say. The subtext is everything. Comedian and filmmaker Ali Vingiano has teamed up with Glamour Magazine to bring you an honest job interview.

It's scary how on point this is.

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  • As as fully grown human, you make your own decisions.
  • If you want to ride in the shopping cart while at the grocery store, you can do that.
  • You get to decide what a "well-balanced breakfast" looks like.
  • You're an adult and you say, "ALL the marshmallows in my cocoa."
  • You're my Lunchable now, party tray.
  • Cereal isn't just for dinner, it's also for dessert.
  • You're an adult, dammit, and you eat what you want.
  • You can even make your food do adult stuff if you want.
  • Your parents aren't buying your clothes anymore, which means you get to wear what you want.
  • ANYTHING you want. Because you're a grown up with credit cards and taxes and a big human job.
  • Because worrying if you look stupid is stupid.
  • Besides, you don't have time to worry about looking stupid, because you're a busy adult.
  • You're too busy riding a majestic freaking unicorn.
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  • You survived high school and peer pressure and now you get to look how you want.
  • Decorate your home however the hell you want.
  • Fill that home with handheld video games and handheld alcohol.
  • "I want my Fruity Pebbles in this wine glass, and I plan to drink out of it immediately following these Fruity Pebbles."
  • Sleep in a tiny tent if you want.
  • Or a pillow fort. In the MIDDLE OF THE ROOM.
  • With Netflix!
  • Because you're an ADULT, DAMMIT. Who can build an adult treehouse with lights and beer and a band.
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