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What does everybody do for a living?

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  • sugemalleh_
    10 posts
    edited January 2013
    Vet student :-)
  • dougschoemer
    54 posts
    edited January 2013
    I work serving food, expo, and bussing tables for you jerks.

    I rarely get to buy donuts even, you all tip like crap!

    Here's a tip: you're in the wrong profession.
  • LeFreeze
    904 posts
    edited January 2013
    I work serving food, expo, and bussing tables for you jerks.

    I rarely get to buy donuts even, you all tip like crap!

    so you call everybody a jerk and complain that you dont have much tips...

    tell me more about that!!
  • terrapinblue
    50 posts
    edited January 2013
    JAMVAN5150 wrote:
    terrapinblue wrote:
    I work serving food, expo, and bussing tables for you jerks.

    I rarely get to buy donuts even, you all tip like crap!


    With an attitude like that, no wonder you rarely get tips
    I work serving food, expo, and bussing tables for you jerks.

    I rarely get to buy donuts even, you all tip like crap!

    Here's a tip: you're in the wrong profession.

    Yeah, I guess internet sarcasm doesn't go over as well as I had hoped. I get great tips from really generous people, and love my job. :oops:
  • peruhomer
    1325 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    JAMVAN5150 wrote:
    terrapinblue wrote:
    I work serving food, expo, and bussing tables for you jerks.

    I rarely get to buy donuts even, you all tip like crap!


    With an attitude like that, no wonder you rarely get tips

    Yeah, I guess internet sarcasm doesn't go over as well as I had hoped. I get great tips from really generous people, and love my job. :oops:

    I like your attitude and will tip you big the next time I'm in town.
  • terrapinblue
    50 posts
    edited January 2013
    peruhomer wrote:
    JAMVAN5150 wrote:
    terrapinblue wrote:
    I work serving food, expo, and bussing tables for you jerks.

    I rarely get to buy donuts even, you all tip like crap!


    With an attitude like that, no wonder you rarely get tips

    Yeah, I guess internet sarcasm doesn't go over as well as I had hoped. I get great tips from really generous people, and love my job. :oops:

    I like your attitude and will tip you big the next time I'm in town.

    Here's the first way you can improve my life. Can you tip me with the way to make these damn quotes work? Also my avatar won't show up even though it is a jpeg, hosted alone, under 150x150. My OCD is about to pop.
  • fsuguimoto
    3 posts
    edited January 2013
    I'm compliance officer manager in a huge us company in brazil.
  • peruhomer
    1325 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    peruhomer wrote:
    JAMVAN5150 wrote:
    terrapinblue wrote:
    I work serving food, expo, and bussing tables for you jerks.

    I rarely get to buy donuts even, you all tip like crap!


    With an attitude like that, no wonder you rarely get tips

    Yeah, I guess internet sarcasm doesn't go over as well as I had hoped. I get great tips from really generous people, and love my job. :oops:

    I like your attitude and will tip you big the next time I'm in town.

    Here's the first way you can improve my life. Can you tip me with the way to make these damn quotes work? Also my avatar won't show up even though it is a jpeg, hosted alone, under 150x150. My OCD is about to pop.

    Well, I can and I can't. You see you need to be a level 2 forum member to be able to have an avatar and to be able to utilise the quotation dialogue boxes. Promotions seem to be made on the 22nd. I couldn't tell you what EA's criteria is, however, for who gets promoted.
  • mietze81937
    624 posts
    edited January 2013
    tomdakota wrote:

    Guess the phrase is literal for me.. Same s***t different day!! :)

    :D Love it!
  • pollyh74
    33 posts
    edited January 2013
    i have 2 job-share jobs in two different schools - due to the budget cuts my own post was cut to 1 post for 2 schools instead of 1 post per school.

    school admin & budget management, corporate compliance, health & safety etc also need find supply teachers if any staff phone in sick - nightmare job! you are the most hated person in school when you ask a member of staff to cover someone else's class.

    growing up i wanted to be in no particular order: bus driver, lorry driver, optician and join the navy - nearly did the navy thing too but decided it was too much like hard work!



  • BDIHP
    189 posts
    edited January 2013
    I was the Principal's Secretary at a High School. I really loved that job. I liked the staff, the kids, the entire situation. Every day was different, and fun. Something always made me laugh, even the angry parents. (Although I didn't laugh in front of them).

    Now I have terminal cancer so I am home on disability. My son is 15 so I am doing mom duty, picking him up from school, etc. Cooking dinner when I have the energy.
  • ashleyoertel611
    38 posts
    edited January 2013
    dougsbeard wrote:
    NASA contractor

    I feel like your avatar reflects almost perfectly. I think Deep Space Homer is probably my favourite Simpsons episode, too.
    BDIHP wrote:
    Now I have terminal cancer so I am home on disability. My son is 15 so I am doing mom duty, picking him up from school, etc. Cooking dinner when I have the energy.

    Oh dear, that's terrible, I'm so sorry! :cry: My mum had cancer 6 years ago, but luckily they removed it all and it hadn't reached her lymphnodes yet. I can't imagine what you're going through!

    I still can't believe the diversity of jobs everyone has , so cool!
  • bear2489
    54 posts
    edited January 2013
    Pharmacist
  • nettangel
    1589 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    dougsbeard wrote:
    NASA contractor

    I could tell by your avatar. :wink:
  • nettangel
    1589 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    BDIHP wrote:
    I was the Principal's Secretary at a High School. I really loved that job. I liked the staff, the kids, the entire situation. Every day was different, and fun. Something always made me laugh, even the angry parents. (Although I didn't laugh in front of them).

    Now I have terminal cancer so I am home on disability. My son is 15 so I am doing mom duty, picking him up from school, etc. Cooking dinner when I have the energy.

    You are building memories for your son, you are a good mom.
    What an honour to have you here joining in on the nonsense that is this unique forum.

    Remember where there's breath, there's hope.
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  • battyguy
    1123 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    vinswizzle wrote:
    wow this forum is lame. most of u r kids with no jobs racking up ur parents credit cards by buying stupid donuts...

    Sweet job not bothering to read the thread. If you did you would see most people have jobs and are not kids.


    Bahhhahahaha. Nice.
    I do have to admit that was a funny comment. On both sides :mrgreen:
    Is there anyone out there?
  • Burnin_TODI
    1552 posts
    edited January 2013
    I really enjoyed spending time in the outdoors in my youth. Went to college in that direction. Now I am a forester/botanist and spend 8-9 months out in the field every year.
  • nettangel
    1589 posts Member
    edited February 2013
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  • BlueElwood
    148 posts Member
    edited January 2013
    BlueElwood wrote:
    I would just absolutely love to stop and travel the world. Even if it's just to one or two places overseas somewhere :( Unfortunately I work my * off to have just enough money to be broke :? . :shock:

    I know what you mean! When I was doing my traineeship I was getting paid about $730 a fortnight, while trying to pay my car off, pay board, phone bill, fuel, blah blah and have some form of a social life. I almost went insane :oops:

    Thankfully my current boss is very laidback and I occasionally get to travel to PNG for work. I'm also planning a trip to Brisbane in February/March for a music festival and Bali in July with my mother for her 42nd birthday :mrgreen:

    I definitely know how you feel, I started as a trainee and I had next to no money. It also didn't help I travel 140kms + both to and from work, so petrol was insane (I do have a fuel efficient car but it only goes so far). :shock:

    As soon as I finished my traineeship I was like, money, money everywhere....for a very short time of course. Sounds like you're going to have an awesome 2013 with travel.

    I'll probably go to Queensland, South Australia & just over the border of NSW this year, anywhere else will be a bonus. :-)
  • inside0ut557
    4 posts
    edited January 2013
    Airline pilot.

    Not as glamorous as people think, but it beats working for a living.
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