Mark Benniman

Rookie (England)

To Hot Unless You'Re Really Hungry. - Poem by Mark Benniman

Corporate enterprise: We have this Psychometric test, we get the candidates to eat very hot beef and potatoes in gravy as fast as they can. The idea is we get the one who is the most hungry. So all the candidates sit around a big table and test starts. There's much slurping and blowing as the food is far too hot to eat. The winner, a mouth covered in gravy and all burnt from the hot food.

This is our man, he's willing to give 150%; look how hungry he is!

A month later, 'So how's the new guy doing? '

'Well, we're not to impressed; he's not so hungry no more! '

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Poem Submitted: Tuesday, May 22, 2012

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