We’ve all been asked some head-scratchers during an interview at one point or another.
Q: What would you do on your first day if no one was here?
Q: If you were to give a TEDTalk, what would the subject be?
Q: What’s the worst road trip you’ve ever taken?
These are all random questions I have been asked during an interview. And while researching the product and absorbing a company’s origin story the night before could be of some use, there are just some questions you can’t prep for.
A question more random than Charlie Sheen’s affinity for Tiger Blood.
Here is the question I was asked:
Q: Why is the Princess Bride a Universally Loved Film?
I sat there stumped. This should be the easiest question in the world. And here I was, puzzled over a movie I had seen at least two dozen times.