First of all he asked to come at 1pm today, which is just about the most hectic time of my day, so I said, "What about 2pm?" and he countered with 1:30pm--"Alright, but it may be kinda crazy at my house, just warning you."
So he ends up showing up at 12:50pm. Ok, did you not hear that I couldn't do 1pm? ARG #1!
So I'm trying to cook macaroni and cheese, keep 3 toddlers (2y/o, 2 1/2 y/o, and 3 y/o) sitting at the table (because they were already eating some stuff) and answer his questions. ARG #2!
Now, I know other mothers out there know how it is to try and answer questions while watching children. You definitely don't seem to be giving a well thought out answer, but trust me, we're good at multitasking. Yes, I can help a child fill up a glass of water in the fridge while answering where I met one of my friends. You don't have to ask me the same question again once the glass of water is filled. ARG #3
Anyway, so I did get one detail wrong because I was off on my calendar in my brain by one year, so I corrected it a few questions later. The whole rest of the interview, he kept coming back to that one question, "Now are you sure it was 2008?"--"Yes! I told you it was 2008!" Literally 6 or 7 times. Did you not hear me say that I was sure, and that it was my final answer!? ARG #4
That brings me to another point. Every single question, when answered got a reply like, "Ok...hmm...ok, so you're sure it was __________" It was like I was getting a pop quiz, and he knew all the answers already, and I was getting every. single. question. wrong. Ok mister, you try remembering your whole friendship with someone and then reciting it back to me while I look at you like you're stupid. ARG #5
Oh, and I had a splitting headache the whole time. ARG #6
So, if you're in need of a background check for a job you're applying for. Pretend you don't know me. Mmkay?