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Originally Posted by Citizen Rules
Originally Posted by Allaby
Exciting news! I got new socks and pyjamas today!
Birthday? or two for one sale!
My birthday is in 3 days so I can count them as an early birthday gift to myself.
Originally Posted by Allaby
Exciting news! I got new socks and pyjamas today!
Birthday? or two for one sale!
Exciting news! I got new socks and pyjamas today!
Originally Posted by doubledenim
Originally Posted by doubledenim
All of my bits revolved around casting couch scenarios. Couldnt quite get them off the ground before somebody leaned their seat back

Sure. Ive never handled pangolin before.
That reminds me, when I was flying back from San Diego last year the guy in front of me in security had to open his luggage and it was jam packed with Halloween candy.
The answer is fluid because I'd be constantly eating said jelly beans while trying to fill the suitcase.

Also, carry-on or checked bag?
Originally Posted by Yoda
I'm gonna guess IT/tech? They're famous for those sorts of weird questions, the logic usually being something like "there's no right answer but it shows us something about your thought process to see how you approach the question."
Pretty much. I had to answer a weird question about cutting a cake and it was not for a baking job. I was only half right, but I got the job anyway. For questions like that, how you answer is more important that what you answer.

Still not as weird as that question about why I let a tortoise bake in the hot sun...
the answer is always as many jellybeans as it takes
Depends on the brand. Jelly Belly beans are about a quarter the size of the cheaper Gurley's beans sold at local gas stations or dollar stores.

Then you have to factor in the designed need of the suitcase. Are we talking overnight shoulder bags or 5-day vacation luggage?

Seriously. Did they expect you to take them seriously without any detail whatsoever to answer their question??
I'm gonna guess IT/tech? They're famous for those sorts of weird questions, the logic usually being something like "there's no right answer but it shows us something about your thought process to see how you approach the question."