We've all been on job interviews where we found ourselves thrown off by a question.

As much as we try to prepare for what someone will ask us, there's no way of knowing what bizarre inquiries will be made as we try to impress a prospective employer.

At big companies like Google and Dell, and even start ups like LivingSocial, it's common practice to quiz candidates with some unusual questions. We pored over Glassdoor's Interview Questions and Reviews to find some of the most obscure ones.

Here are some of the questions that have been asked in the past by some of the top companies in the world.

Amazon asks: "Jeff Bezos walks into your office and says you can have a million dollars to launch your best entrepreneurial idea. What is it?"

MasterCard asks: "Can you say: 'Peter Pepper Picked a Pickled Pepper' and cross-sell a washing machine at the same time?"

Dell asks: "What songs best describe your work ethic?"

Jiffy Software asks: "Have you ever stolen a pen from work?"


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