[photo via agirregabiria]Dear Lady With Whom My Boss Asked Me To Schedule an Interview,
When you responded to my email inquiring about when you could come in for an interview that Thursday afternoon would be fine, I assumed that meant anytime between noon and 5pm. I find that most people, especially stupid ones, respond better to specific requests ("kiss me, you idiot") than general ones ("um, so, maybe we should hang out sometime or something"), so I proposed a time on Thursday: 2pm.
You responded that later in the afternoon was better. Now, it would have been nice for you to have mentioned that in your initial email, but I won't fault you for it. You were responding to an email that might end with you getting a new job, so you didn't want to step on any toes. That's fine. But when I countered with a proposal of 4pm, your response, frankly, baffled me:
Do not want to seem like a pain put can it be around early afternoon like 1pm or after 4pm?
Lady. This does not make sense. After laughing with my boss about this, I responded that maybe you should pick a time that works for you, and we could make it work.
When you said we should meet at 2pm, THE ORIGINAL TIME I PROPOSED, I about died.
Rest assured that my boss has heard this entire saga, laughed a lot about it, and will be going into your interview (at 2pm on Thursday) knowing that you are an idiot.
Good luck in your job search,
p.s. "Look forward on meeting with you" is not English. You may want to stop signing your emails that way.