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Dentist hilariously calls out people who lie about skills on their resumes: 'You savage animal'

This dentist is not letting anyone off the hook if he catches them lying about being able to make balloon animals in their resume.

Dentist hilariously calls out people who lie about skills on their resumes: 'You savage animal'
Cover Image Source: TikTok | @drbradysmith

Everyone lies for various reasons at different points in their lives. Whether you are lying to prevent a greater disaster or simply trying to bag an opportunity, everyone has lied at least once for their benefit. Similarly, people lie on their job applications or resumes, hoping to impress the recruiter and secure a job without getting caught. But @drbradysmith, a certified dentist and a content creator on TikTok, is not one to let applicants slide away without proving all the skills they claim to have on their resume.

Image Source: TikTok | @drbradysmith
Image Source: TikTok | @drbradysmith

Dr. Smith has gone viral on social media with one of his recent videos where he hilariously narrated a scenario in which a person applying for a dental assistant position at his office listed "balloon animals" as one of their skills. The video, which has garnered over 669.3k views as of now, features the dentist with a disappointed look on his face as he starts speaking.

"If you apply to my office for a job as a dental assistant or any capacity and in the skills section of your resume, you list balloon animals," the dentist pauses for a bit before continuing. "Then I bring balloons to the interview..." He promises that at this point, the job seeker will need to prove that they can make a balloon animal and if they are incapable of doing what they claimed to be an expert in, Dr. Smith is not sparing them.

Image Source: TikTok | @drbradysmith
Image Source: TikTok | @drbradysmith

"Not only are you not getting the job, but I'm pressing charges," he jokes with a very serious expression on his face. "Like, I got my chubby little hopes up just to learn you're lying the whole time about that? Like you belong in jail, you savage animal. That's what I feel."

Just like people had no idea they could include balloon animal-making skills in their resume while applying for a dental assistant position, nobody expected the dentist to check the job seeker's balloon animal-making skills firsthand during the interview.

Image Source: TikTok | @drbradysmith
Image Source: TikTok | @drbradysmith

Fellow TikTok users left their equally funny responses, while many related to this video's caption, which read: "It's cool. I used to lie to make friends too." @kendra_lace commented: "I want to come work for the John Krasinski lookalike and I'd even be willing to learn how to make balloon animals." @user6142518620390 wrote: "Imagine how happy the little kids would be to get a balloon animal after their visit. Make it a job requirement!" @no.niche.girl joked and added: "I'm about to put washing and putting my laundry away on the same day on my resume."

Representational Image Source: Pexels
Representational Image Source: Pexels

Even though only Dr. Smith can disclose whether this incident actually happened at his clinic or not, his fans love his lighthearted videos and straight-faced dry humor. Some even suggested he try out for "stand-up comedy acts" if his dentistry doesn't work at any point in the future. Dr. Smith has also found his loyal fanbase, who jokingly compare him to actor John Krasinski, as he looks a lot like him. This funnyman and dentist continues to spread joy with his storytime videos on how he deals with seeing his patients in public as well as office-related humor on his TikTok.

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