Video: A hilarious spoof video of Adele’s super single Hello has gone viral

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A hilarious spoof video of Adele’s super single Hello has gone viral with its unique take on the lyrics from the point of view of a jobless graduate.

The parody, Hello (from the graduate), follows one desperate woman as she stalks a potential employer and begs him to give her a job. In place of chart-topper Adele’s own words, the lyrics say: “Hello, I’ve applied. I know I’m underqualified, but how can I have done, a similar role, I’ve been a student for three years, just to qualify now for the dole.” The reworked version, by Manchester-based graduate careers website GradTouch, charts the journey many graduates have felt after finishing university including having no money, the cycle of applications, the rejections and constantly calling to speak about an application but getting no call back.

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