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December 3, 2022

Deloitte Is Currently Recruiting Chads With Yee Yee Ass Haircuts

Imagine my surprise when innocently browsing Reddit while on the can the other night and stumbling across the r/justfuckmyshitup x Deloitte crossover I never knew I needed.

This guys hairdo on a Reddit ad … via r/justfuckmyshitup

Some highlights from the comments:

  • Don’t get this haircut and definitely don’t work at Deloitte either.
  • You ever heard of wlb? It’s obviously a large firm with many different pillars, but generally, I would say you’re a cog in the machine. Burnout is high but that’s not exclusive to deloitte – I’m looking at you as well, KPMG, PWC, E&Y, etc.
  • Deloitteful hair.
  • Some of these ads seems to be purposely designed like this to get reposted on subs, I saw this add earlier and thought to myself ‘I’m gonna see this on fuckmyshitup later’ and well, here we are

To that last point, do we really believe Deloitte is purposely engaging in subversive Internet marketing, with a subreddit that specifically exists for the sole purpose of roasting people for their bad haircuts as the intended target? Come on.

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2 Comments

  1. Deloitte at StartUpCSUS allowed students to pitch for licensing agreements, new business models and mobile apps. The call to action for for new tech ideas for CSU Sacramento. Instead of licensing agreements, Deloitte merely helped CSU Sacramento infringe on our work, and nobody got a job out of it. I’m still seeking employment because of the infringement issue with CSU Sacramento and their photo release of ideas and concepts issued to the campus student body in 2018.

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