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Some genius just used Eminem’s Stan to write the perfect job rejection letter

We all know that searching for a job, particularly in the current economic climate, can be a soul-crushing experience.

Hundreds of letters out, perhaps a few interviews, and a lot of "we'll call yous" - but they never do.

One man, Lewis Kenny, decided to channel his frustration by rewriting Eminem's 2000 stalker classic Stan to describe his job-hunting experiences, and it's rather brilliant. We hope Lewis is at least applying for writing jobs, as that's clearly where his talents lie.

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