Every parent has their little niggles and annoyances when it comes to teenage children or grandchildren, but one UK father has had the ultimate dig at his daughter by creating her a hilarious yet brutal resume.
Describing her as the “typical 16-year-old” who is lazy, rude and ignorant, the dad detailed in a lengthy description his daughter’s “talents”.
Having been posted on Twitter, Lauren Moore’s resume quickly went viral as her “work history” made its rounds across the globe.
“Remind me not to let my dad do my cv for me,” the North Yorkshire teenager joked on the post, as it highlighted her less than impressive grades.
Listing her employment as office assistant for ‘Ian Guest’s Mortgage Advice Service’ and ‘volunteer gardener’, Lauren’s dad didn’t hold back when describing her job responsibilities either.
“Browsing Facebook, getting on my father’s tits, f***ing everything up and digging holes looking for gold” were just some of the hilarious duties the creative father listed.
That wasn’t all as the dad also wrote “f*** all” under Lauren’s interests and labelled a parole officer as her referee. He added: “Don’t contact him, he doesn’t give a f*** either.”
Obviously seeing the hilarity of the situation, many of Lauren’s followers made fun of the resume, calling her dad a “lad”. Meanwhile others didn’t see the funny side, suggesting how difficult it will be for the 16-year-old to find a job now.
“No respectable employer will ever hire you after posting this on Twitter,” one person wrote.
Responding to one of the thousands of replies, the teenager joked her dad was, “trying to get on my good side by being unfunny the weirdo”.
However, in the ultimate turn of events, Lauren later revealed to The Sun how she smashed her exams and had been accepted into college with ambitions of becoming a nurse.
“I found it funny, we get on really well and we’re really close…He is just sarcastic, I was looking for just a small job and asked for some help,” she explained.
“All my friends thought it was funny, they all think my dad’s weird.”