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Remember writing your first CV? Difficult to know where to start, wasn't it? You probably had to ask your parents for help - although one prankster dad put together a résumé that was presumably a tad different to what his daughter was looking for.
It's usually a list of your skills, achievements, qualifications and experiences, but Lauren Moore's dad listed 'responsibilities and duties' in her previous job as 'giving out all clients information to fraudsters', 'losing all documentation' and 'browsing Facebook'.
Doesn't look like she's getting a Saturday job any time soon - that's for sure.
The 16-year-old from Redcar, North Yorkshire, was also said to do a rather good job of 'getting on her dads tits', and 'fucking everything up' - and if that isn't a confidence booster we don't know what is.
Luckily, the GCSE pupil saw the funny side and tweeted the CV with the comment: "Remind me not to let my dad do my CV for me."
We don't think you'll need a reminder, Lauren.
According to the MailOnline, Lauren's CV adds that she's been a dab hand at a bit of prospecting in the past.
Yes, by 'prospecting', we mean that her responsibilities and duties listed here also include 'digging holes looking for gold' (because who's never done that?).
Also included are 'chopping colleagues toes off with the spade', 'fucking everything up' and 'being messy'.
And as for references, her father listed a probation officer apparently called 'Ben Dover' (bit weird), along with the line: "Don't contact him, he doesn't give a fuck either."
People found the tweet hilarious with one commenting to say: "This is so funny, 'giving out all clients' information to fraudsters'."
Another added: "IM SCREAMING." But are you though? And a third said: "I am creased".
Lauren suggested her father was 'trying to get on my good side by being unfunny' but also cheerfully said: "Someone hire me now."
Meanwhile friends described her father as a 'lad' and a 'boyo'.
Not sure this would get her too many job interviews, so it's a good thing she's unlikely to submit it any time soon - unlike another UK woman who was left 'humiliated' after she was refused a job at a coffee shop 'because of her name'.
Jordanna Ellsmore, 17, applied for a job at her local branch of Costa Coffee in Neath, South Wales, by handing in her CV.
She left after giving in her CV, only for a friend who was also in the coffee shop to message her saying that the staff in the branch had ridiculed her name after she left.
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