What is the most fun job you ever had?
What is the most fun job you ever had?
I couldn't get my mind off you all day.
When I was working in the hospital, I had the most fun. The nurses and admin staff were a crazy bunch of funny people.
The party shop I worked in. Love my co workers and the shit stuff they sold in the shop. Will go back to work again in Feb.
I worked in a zoo and it was pretty fun with a lot of cool groups coming through. Yeah it was smelly but you get used to it and the people were great.
Escorting. Sex is fun.
I did it just few times though... but was more fun than any regular job I did.
I used to sell men's dress clothes. It was a lot of fun. It was especially fun dressing hot guys up in sexy threads. I had great coworkers there, a great boss. But no benefits, not a lot of pay... But I loved it so much. I really enjoyed it.
My current job...I am self employed and have a shop...and I get to shop all of the time because I have to...not just because I want to.
Working the 84 Olympics. It was AWESOME!!!
I was once payed to play the piano at some art exhibition, I could play whatever I wanted, that was great
Work can be fun? Who knew.
In retrospect I think the best job I ever had was while attending tech school and working in a fancy restaurant.
I started as a bus boy, then waiter, then maitre d' and went back on the floor as a waiter......no money being a maitre d'......and I couldn't grab a bite nearly as often either.......
The worst of the WORST nights of the year were prom and New Years Eve.
You KNEW you were going to work your ass off and a 75% chance of getting no tip at all......
On New Years folks would reserve early tables and sit and sit and sit and sit waiting for the best view of fireworks in the city.......it was a spectacular view but didn't put any money in our pockets......
Helping friends promote and play Ps 3 games for a school fund raising. I had a lot of fun doing it.
Teaching elementary children
worked for a chiropractor for about 6 months while in high school which meant i got free treatments by a tall stud.
in retrospect i wish it went further but i was a stupid teen.
still the best job i ever had.
I always think ahead to the difference my work will make -- like right now I'd doing some tree plantings to stabilize some dunes; from drifting sand to quiet green woodland is going to rock!
"Thirty-one* states allow all qualified citizens to carry concealed weapons. In those states, homosexuals should embark on organized efforts to become comfortable with guns, learn to use them safely and carry them. They should set up Pink Pistols task forces, sponsor shooting courses and help homosexuals get licensed to carry. And they should do it in a way that gets as much publicity as possible. "
--Jonathan Rauch, Salon Magazine, March 13, 2000
*the number is now forty
I used to clean rental cars years ago. Great way to score free pot and beer. Customers would leave in the car what they can't take in the airport with them.
It was also a good job to have if you're going to school during the day, and after you cleaned most of the cars there is plenty of downtime you can use to study. I worked late shifts and befriended a counter worker, we would get some takeout and watch movies until the flights came in.
I have some fun at my current job. Depending exclusively who I get for crew members. It's been a good while since I worked with a bunch of a decent dynamic.
Just about any blow-job!
sucking sum dick.....
i always wanted to be a fluffer
The manager was pretty cool. On the days that we were understaffed, he'd ask me if I could stay an extra hour or two, and he'd give me a free meal for staying.
The best part of the job was seeing all the hot male customers.
lucky assholes. never had fun @ any job i had.
lol @ fast food being fun. HELL MOTHERFUCKING NO! never again. it's like slave labor. even if you're getting free food that you're REALLY supposed to pay for and you make some friends along the way being on the register or in the back area, it's work that i would NEVER EVER do again. NEVER. i would rather sell drugs and risk getting shot at or getting locked up. i hear folks complaining about how it sucks to be in an office job. these folks actually get to sit in CHAIRS and work. they also get a decent salary too. @ folks bitching about making 13 an hour. much better than 6, 7 or 8. they actually get time to do what they do too and they're bitching about it. try standing on your feet all day for 8 or 9 hours, getting little to NO break in a hot kitchen having to act super jolly and like you love your job taking all kinds of shit from everybody because it's customer service. then you get paid NADA for it. you have to wait every 2 weeks to get 400 dollars which if you have to pay bills, you're fucked. if you want to do management work, it's even worse. you'll get paid more but then you have to do more hours. your schedule is hectic. you have to deal with your staff which might not feel like doing whatever. you get more responsibility where you have to watch everybody and your ass. customer service sucks. if i'm going to bust my ass like that again, it's going to be for the right amount of dough and my hours are going to be straight. i'm not getting hosed around at a job again.
Waiter. I loved making sure customers had an enjoyable meal. Plus I did quite well in tips.
Is there any way to become a successful lawyer at a big firm without having a degree? Those lawyer themed TV shows are so much fun!
Last edited by Scealle; December 15th, 2012 at 12:47 PM.
lol I wasn't being serious but okay
but other than that, there was really nothing there that was beneficial except the money (though it wasn't enough), the networking and etc. there was really nothing to gain at all. i always wanted to leave there from the time i got hired but i rode it out. when i got my college degree about a year and some months ago, i stayed there for about a year until the main manager of the job got transferred elsewhere. he was cool as hell. i would have stayed if he didn't leave BUT when they replaced him with another guy, that's when i decided to bounce. i knew it wasn't a smart idea to begin with because i would be broke but you know what. i feel like i gained a sense of dignity and clarity back quitting despite my mom and my brother shitting on me about it. don't care to tell you the truth because i would rather be at home chilling than to be there, slaving it and feeling five times worse than forcing a smile on my face and pretending that everything was okay when it wasn't.