If your partner was a car what would they be?
When going for a job – interviewers often like to throw a curveball and ask a ‘quirky’ question right at the end of the interview – such as “what drink best describes you?” or “if you were a clothing brand what would you be?” so to jump on board with all the Valentine love, LeasingOptions.co.uk has asked … if your partner was a car what would they be?
The UK’s leading car leasing company surveyed over 1,000 people and discovered that the majority of us are dating cute and cuddly people that remind us of a VW Beetle.
Four per cent of respondents admitted that their other halves remind them of the car made infamous by the Trotters – a Robin Reliant – best described as having seen better days.
LeasingOptions.co.uk Brand Manager, Mike Thompson said: “We’re always interested in hearing about people’s experiences of job interviews and the practice of asking slightly ‘off tangent’ questions seems to be a growing trend – even in our industry.
“With Valentines in full swing we thought it would be fun to see how people would describe their loves ones when comparing to a car and we were really amused with the results.
“Luckily it would seem that most people seem to be satisfied with their choice of partner with a healthy 61 per cent being very complimentary. However, I think a certain few should definitely think of trading up and trying a new model.”
Manchester-based, LeasingOptions.co.uk, whose aim is to be the number one choice with best customer service for cars, vans and pickups in the UK is currently recruiting for various roles including pricing analyst and customer support.
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The survey asked over 1,000 people if your partner was a car they would be? The results were:
1. 33% VW Beetle - Cute and Cuddly
2. 30% Ferrari - High maintenance
3. 19% Aston Martin - Suave and sophisticated
4. 9% Ford Transit - Built to last
5. 5% Alfa Romeo - Racy but unreliable
6. 4% Reliant Robin - Seen better days
"We're always interested in hearing about peoples experiences of job interviews and the practice of asking slightly off tangent questions seems to be a growing trend even in our industry."
LeasingOptionscouk Brand Manager, Mike Thompson
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