Some real gold here. Having written countless cover letters embellishing my "diligence," "motivation," and other loose terms that make us all seem like a bunch of mindless arthopods who want nothing more than to blankly stare at Microsoft Outlook all day, its abundantly clear that this girl is really onto something.
Hands down, this is the best mistake that she possibly could've made. Vanessa's now a viral video star, but she's more importantly a savior to all which is bullsh*t resume drab. If we're actually a society that values originality, creativity, and outside the box whatever the f*ck employers always claim they're looking for, this is a beauitful wakeup call. It bucks the system by strangely commenting on how stifling the system of soul-sucking cover-lettering truly is.
Of course, this will likely be followed by and endless barrage of employer trolling, piggybacking, and all the other sh*tty backlashes of internet notoriety, but who said we could have it all? (Nic Cage did.)