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Jobs I'd never do

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5 hours ago, redfishkiller said:

he freaked the **** out , started carrying on about not doing that in the restaurant,  blah blah it was hilarious!  

 

 

 

When I worked as a BT in a restaurant I would catch people shagging in the walk-in :laugh: 

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11 mins ago, Cabo2005 said:

Come on, first time shooting that particular pistol.

Cabo

You know he's standing behind yelling "put dem bullets into that x you googan."

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1 min ago, hobobob said:

You know he's standing behind yelling "put dem bullets into that x you googan."

I'm home. Someone has to suffer.

Cabo

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Can’t really think of any job that I could or want to do do anymore.

I’m old, tired, mean and I like fewer people than ever before.

 

 

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6 hours ago, woowoo2 said:

Tower climber, those guys are nuts.

The wire transfer dudes who hang off helicopters are nuttier

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8 hours ago, Brother Brian said:

 

 

When I worked as a BT in a restaurant I would catch people shagging in the walk-in :laugh: 

Plus anywhere else we could hide. 

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8 hours ago, PlumFishing said:

 Couldn’t be a mortician/funeral home operator, dealing with dead bodies and grieving families every day. 

Agreed takes a special person and thinking about never met a happy go lucky mortician. Not to mention the funk side of it, things let go and strange sounds abound.

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12 mins ago, squidder 329 said:

Agreed takes a special person and thinking about never met a happy go lucky mortician. Not to mention the funk side of it, things let go and strange sounds abound.

I have a buddy who’s a mortician. He’s pretty happy go lucky! 
It’s the greatest business in the World! Someone’s dying somewhere

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had a couple funeral homes that were customers   , always seemed like there was a dead body parked in front of the thermostat , my nephew wouldn't even touch the gurney to move them , dead bodies don't bother me but dealing with grieving family's would suck. 

 

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1 hour ago, redfishkiller said:

had a couple funeral homes that were customers   , always seemed like there was a dead body parked in front of the thermostat , my nephew wouldn't even touch the gurney to move them , dead bodies don't bother me but dealing with grieving family's would suck. 

 

I agree that dealing with grieving families would be make funeral work difficult.

Many years ago, the agency I worked for sent me to a high school career fair.

It was the largest one I had ever been to and I’ll bet that there were over 100 tables set up for the students to get info about career and educational opportunities.

The loneliest guy in the place was the representative from the Mortician School.

There  were thousands of students who came in from other schools and not a single one of them talked to the mortician.

He was pretty good natured about it.

I suppose that it takes a special type of person to be able to recognize that mortician work can be quite lucrative.

Once you realize how much you can make, I’ll guess it’s much easier to put your objections to the side.

 

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