Job interviews can be incredibly nerve-wracking. After all, there’s so much to consider. What to wear? What to prepare for? Have you thought about insightful questions to ask them? It can put a lot of pressure on a person....CONTINUE READING THE FULL ARTICLE>>>

One man revealed how much his nerves affected him during his interview, confessing that he actually pooed himself while chatting with the COO [chief operation officer] of a potential job.

Sharing the embarrassing tale on social media, he wrote: “I had a job interview last week, and I **** my pants during it. I do not know what messed up my stomach but just before the interview, I felt that burning urge to go to the toilet.

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“I felt something was wrong but hoped I could sort it out in 10 minutes. Boy, I was wrong. I literally **** my bowels out but still felt like doing more. I checked my phone and it was time for the interview.

“I did not want to delay it as it was the final round with the COO of the company. I joined the interview call after cleaning myself. We started the interview and I could hear roaring noises coming from my bowels and was sweating.

I wished for the interview to end quickly but COO asked and asked. In the end, I could not hold it up anymore and literally **** my pants.”

Explaining that he had to sit in his own mess for the remainder of the interview, his patience was rewarded when chat ended and he was given some great news. He added: “COO told me I am a great fit for the position and I got the final offer. It’s 3x annual salary of what I previously made with great benefits.

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“I did not know if I should cry or laugh at that time. I just left the call after final sayings. I had to throw my chair out and get a new one. It was a s****y interview but with a great ending. I’ll probably tell this one to my grandchildren in the future.”

People reading the Reddit post were quick to offer support and share their own tales on interviewing woe. One person replied: “I’m curious if you’re ever going to tell your interviewer the truth… like maybe you get to know him really well and you know your job is secure and it’s a funny story one night… Probably not a good idea but I know it’s something I’d end up doing.”

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Another user added: “So lucky that your interview was remote. I have IBS and my guts go bonkers whenever I am anxious about something.

When I played football in college I would take a whole box of Imodium before games and still run to the toilet a dozen times. Guts wouldn’t settle until we literally started knocking heads around..CONTINUE READING>>

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