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Beccaann (Beccaann)
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Jeremy started a new job that was easy, uncomplicated, and a lot like his previous job. Jeremy is a very intelligent person and a fast learner, but on his first day, several things caused him to become quite confused...what were they?
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Hi Rebecca!
His job:
artistic/musical/writer?
Banking/financial/real estate?
Clerical/Administrative?
Computer related / Hardware?
Construction / Craftsman?
Education / Academic Research?
Entertainment / Media?
Executive / Management?
Hospitality / Travel?
Legal Services?
Manufacturing / Distributions?
Medical / Health Services?
Politics / Government / Military?
Sales / Marketing?
Technical / Science / Engineering?
Teaching / Child care?
Transportation?
Food Service?
Sports?
Entertainment?
Jailbird / Criminal?
Religion?
Did he change the place? the country?
Did any circumstances change?
Was he working for a company? or was it a public job? or freelance?
Compared to his previous job, on his first day did he work: less efficient? slower? less reliable?
The things causing the confusion: objects? circumstances? colleagues? the place? the way the work was done there?
Was it only the new job that confused him?
Is his private life relevant?
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Was the job in his native country? Involve speaking his native language?

Did his job involve:
food service?
government work?
medical?
legal?
traffic/travel?
sports?
computer work?
communication?
something that would require a degree?

Did the things that confuse him tend to happen in his line of work? Was he caught completely by surprise by them? Did they involve something someone else said? did? multiple people? something natural?
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Are the other persons working there as intelligent and fast learning as himself?
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Hi Rebecca! Hi!
His job:
artistic/musical/writer?
Banking/financial/real estate?
Clerical/Administrative?
Computer related / Hardware?
Construction / Craftsman?
Education / Academic Research?
Entertainment / Media?
Executive / Management?
Hospitality / Travel?
Legal Services?
Manufacturing / Distributions?
Medical / Health Services?
Politics / Government / Military?
Sales / Marketing?
Technical / Science / Engineering?
Teaching / Child care?
Transportation?
Food Service? this
Sports?
Entertainment?
Jailbird / Criminal?
Religion?
Did he change the place?no the country? no
Did any circumstances change? no
Was he working for a company?yes or was it a public job?no or freelance? no
Compared to his previous job, on his first day did he work: less efficient? slower? less reliable? none of these
The things causing the confusion: objects? nocircumstances? no colleagues?yes the place?no the way the work was done there? no
Was it only the new job that confused him? yesish
Is his private life relevant? no

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Was the job in his native country?yes Involve speaking his native language?yes

Did his job involve:
food service? yes, see above
government work? no
medical? no
legal? no
traffic/travel? no
sports? no
computer work? no
communication? noish
something that would require a degree? no

Did the things that confuse him tend to happen in his line of work?yope Was he caught completely by surprise by them?yesish Did they involve something someone else said?yesish did?no multiple people?yes something natural? no to yope, depending on what you mean
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Are the other persons working there as intelligent and fast learning as himself?yes
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Because they want to? they are forced to? because the job requires it? they were put there? they can do something they could not do otherwise?
Are they working under-cover? agents? police? behavioural scientists studying others? candid camera? reality TV?
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Because they want to?I assume you mean "do his colleagues want to confuse him...so thats a no they are forced to?noish because the job requires it?no they were put there?no they can do something they could not do otherwise? no
Are they working under-cover?no agents?no police?no behavioural scientists studying others?no candid camera?no reality TV?no
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Is he the manager? Waiter? Bartender? Cook?
The things that his colleagues say that confuse him: do they say it to each other? to Jeremy? to the customers?
Is it a kind of ritual? Superstition involved?
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did his colleagues use insider terms that he didn't know? words made up specifically for their company? and he didn't understand what they meant?
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Is he the manager? Waiter? Bartender? Cook?Cook
The things that his colleagues say that confuse him: do they say it to each other?yes to Jeremy?yes to the customers? no
Is it a kind of ritual?no Superstition involved?no

did his colleagues use insider terms that he didn't know?noish words made up specifically for their company?no and he didn't understand what they meant?no
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Are they referring to the food? to the customers? Is it a command? If any other person were to hear them say this, would they be confused too? Does Jeremy ask them what they mean when they say it? Is this relevant? Does he think they mean something else entirely?
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Are they referring to the food?no to the customers?no Is it a command?noish If any other person were to hear them say this, would they be confused too?possibly Does Jeremy ask them what they mean when they say it?no Is this relevant?yope Does he think they mean something else entirely?noish to yope
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Is his previous job relevant? Was he also a cook? In a similar restaurant? Was he a freelance cook? Is Jeremy confused by many things that they say or just one phrase?
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And if so, do they say, "Get it straight!"?
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Are they speaking the same language as Jeremy?
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Is his previous job relevant?no Was he also a cook?irrel In a similar restaurant?irrel Was he a freelance cook?irrel Is Jeremy confused by many things that they say or just one phrase?several certain things

And if so, do they say, "Get it straight!"?no

Are they speaking the same language as Jeremy?yes
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Is it the banter between the employees that confuses him? Is it how they address each other? Their names? Their titles?

Would he be confused by their talk only in the workplace? Or if they went out afterwards too? Does their relationship with each other raise any confusion?
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Is it the banter between the employees that confuses him?no Is it how they address each other?yesish Their names?yes Their titles? no

Would he be confused by their talk only in the workplace?no Or if they went out afterwards too?yes Does their relationship with each other raise any confusion?noish
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Did their names have anything to do with the job? Like a guy named "Flip" was on the register, while a guy named "Reg" was flipping burgers?
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Did their names have anything to do with the job?no Like a guy named "Flip" was on the register, while a guy named "Reg" was flipping burgers?no, but clever idea!!
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Do they call each other by their real names? Do they call Jeremy "Jeremy"?
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Do they call each other by their real names?yes Do they call Jeremy "Jeremy"? yes
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is it that they respect each other?
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is it that they respect each other?no
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Is the number of colleagues relevant? If yes 1?, 2? ...?
Are they cooks? managers? waiters? bartenders? relevant?
Do they have different names (there is a Monty Python Sketch where everyone is called Bruce)?
Do they call each other by the first names? last names?
Has he already heard their names? Does he associate anything with their names?
Would it help to find out the exact names?
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Do they have titles like sir, doctor, professor, his excellence, your majesty?
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Is the number of colleagues relevant?yesish If yes 1?, 2? ...? 5
Are they cooks? managers? waiters? bartenders? relevant? irrel
Do they have different names (there is a Monty Python Sketch where everyone is called Bruce)? yes
Do they call each other by the first names?yes last names?no
Has he already heard their names?yes Does he associate anything with their names? yes
Would it help to find out the exact names?very much so

Do they have titles like sir, doctor, professor, his excellence, your majesty?no
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Aaah we have to find out 5 names! Are they real, normal names?
Are his colleagues all male? If not, how many females are there--1? 2? 3? 4? 5?
Any of their names begin with the letter:
a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z?

Does he associate all their names with the same thing? similar things?
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are all the names very similar to each other?
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Are their names all from a famous group of five people? Group of six and he completes the names in the group?
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Do they have names that sound like jobs in the food service (like Waiter, Cook, Baker etc).

Were people assigned jobs different from their names like the Baker being the waiter?
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Aaah we have to find out 5 names!well, it would suffice to figure out what is misleading about the names Are they real, normal names?yes...ish
Are his colleagues all male?no If not, how many females are there--1? 2? 3? 4? 5? one female, 4 males
Any of their names begin with the letter:
a one male b c one female d e f g h i j k l one male m n o p q r s two males t u v w x y z?

Does he associate all their names with the same thing?yesish similar things?yesish

are all the names very similar to each other?no

Are their names all from a famous group of five people?no Group of six and he completes the names in the group?no

Do they have names that sound like jobs in the food service (like Waiter, Cook, Baker etc).no

Were people assigned jobs different from their names like the Baker being the waiter?n/a
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Is this situation like the bit in Airplane!?
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Is this situation like the bit in Airplane!?no, not really
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Would the puzzle work if Jeremy had any other randomly chosen name? Does his name stick out from the others?
Are the names associated with objects, situations, food, spices & herbs or anything else you can find in a kitchen?
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Would the puzzle work if Jeremy had any other randomly chosen name?yes Does his name stick out from the others? no
Are the names associated with objects, situations, food, spices & herbs or anything else you can find in a kitchen?no
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Is it their first or last names that confuse him?

Do they each have names of famous people? Famous things (cities, buildings, etc)? Everyday things?

Is it important that there are 5 of them, or would 4 be confusing to him as well?
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Is it their first or last names that confuse him?first names

Do they each have names of famous people?no Famous things (cities, buildings, etc)?no Everyday things? no

Is it important that there are 5 of them, or would 4 be confusing to him as well?4 would be just as confusing, 3 less so, 2 even less so, 1 not at all
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If you put the names in a row, do they form a word? or a sentence?
Is the order in which Jeremy puts the names in his mind relevant?
Would anyone in Jeremy's situation be confused? Are or were the colleagues confused as well?
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If you put the names in a row, do they form a word?no or a sentence? no
Is the order in which Jeremy puts the names in his mind relevant? no
Would anyone in Jeremy's situation be confused? possibly Are or were the colleagues confused as well?no
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Is it relevant when finding out the names to know that they are all intelligent, fast learning people?
Would Jeremy be as confused if they had been below average people instead?
Do the men all have male names? The woman a female name?
Are the names typical ones you would find in a top 100 popular names list?
Is it possible to put all the names in a single category? Do they refer to an attribute of a person? Do they refer to something out of place if found in a kitchen? do they refer to someone else in the room? nationalities? science? politics? innovation? finance? medicin? chemistry?
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Is it relevant when finding out the names to know that they are all intelligent, fast learning people? no
Would Jeremy be as confused if they had been below average people instead? no
Do the men all have male names?NO! The woman a female name? NO!!! That, my friends, is a spoiler!
Are the names typical ones you would find in a top 100 popular names list? mostly
Is it possible to put all the names in a single category?um...huh? Do they refer to an attribute of a person?no Do they refer to something out of place if found in a kitchen?no do they refer to someone else in the room?no nationalities? science? politics? innovation? finance? medicin? chemistry?no to the rest

****SPOILER**********

This is based on a true story at my last job. A new guy started working and he was told before coming in that Ashley, the manager on duty, would be training him. Ashley is typically a female name, so this guy came in and reported to the only female working. This girl was startled and told him he needed to talk to the manager. Confused, new guy looks at the schedule to see if there is perhaps a different manager on duty. There isn't. The manager is Ashley all right, and the other people working are Cody, Lee, Sam, and Shannon. So new guy figures the girl he spoke to before is Shannon, and he walks back to her and says "Hey Shannon, where is Ashley?" He gets his answer from the guy standing next to the girl. More confused he asks the guy what his name is...and he says that he's Shannon! The girl then introduces herself as Cody. After a good laugh they tell new guy that Ashley is in the back office. So new guy goes to the office and just sees me and 2 men. So he starts talking to me as though I'm Ashley, and I direct him to the man next to me, Ashley. He assumes then that I must be Lee or Sam, which can clearly be male or female names, but it turns out that I've just stopped by to grab a paycheck. After quick introductions by me, and the other two guys in th restaurant, Lee and Sam, all was well.

Maybe next time he starts a new job he will start by saying, "Hi, I'm Jeremy, whats your name?"


Thanks for playing!!
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And I thought I was the only one being confused at work...
I was a fun puzzle!!

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