New York, NY (PRWEB) April 1, 2010
In an astonishing change of events, an announcement was made by a recent Ultimate Job in Ireland Applicant.
The Paris family is challenging the Ultimate Job in Ireland community to not vote for them.
"Several qualities required of the successful candidate are concerning to us," said Carey Paris, Ultimate Job in Ireland Applicant. "I have a fear of hammocks. I tend to catapult myself off, so I have concerns on my ability to accomplish this task."
Other candidates for the Ultimate Job in Ireland applaud the Paris family for their candor.
"Long-term hammock success is a commitment. It is comprised of a series of short-term successes," said Eric Seidel. "I respect their honesty, and that's why I voted for them. Carey will twist that hammock over, and it will be funny."
The hammock challenge has visitors rushing to view their video on ParistoIreland.com.
Yet, visitors are shocked when they discover another twist to their story.
"A picture, taken from a video of us over two years ago, is on our Ultimate Job in Ireland page. The video was taken by someone else, and they posted to YouTube. Little did we know the video has nearly 100k views now," said Brittany Paris, Ultimate Job in Ireland Applicant. "I had no idea the video was so popular! We had to share it on our Ultimate Job in Ireland page."
To read more about the Paris Family and their Ultimate Job in Ireland story visit ParistoIreland.com