- "If you were a breakfast cereal, what would you be and why?"
- "How would you explain what a chair is to an alien?"
- "If you could be a plant, what plant would you be?"
- "If you had to make a shoe with anything in this room, how would you make it?"
- "How would you explain Facebook (FB) to your grandma?"
- "Do you think there is any hope for mankind?"
- "If you were a fruit, what fruit would you be?"
NEW YORK ( TheStreet) -- "Curveballs" just aren't for baseball players -- they can be for job interview applicants too. Employers like to surprise job applicants with questions that can come out of nowhere and be downright weird in their phrasing -- making answering those questions more difficult, and maybe making it harder to land the job. The job site Snagajob.com has a good handle on those questions. In a recent survey, the company asks: "What's the weirdest question you've ever been asked on a job interview?" Here are some of the top responses: