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Posted by on 30.01.2007 at 23:51
Well this one's simple. Talk about the past jobs you've had, the most pleasant or unpleasant experience you've had at work, and the job you have now. I'll go first.

My first job was at a catering place. My job was to prepare food to be shipped out. The job was very boring but bearable. Easy money.

My second job was working as a waiter at a local restaurant. This job was horrible. We had bad customers who not only made it a point to make our job as difficult and tedious as possible but did not tip well. It was very high stress, but the people I worked with were some of the coolest people I've ever met. I left because I was not being paid well and I'm pretty sure the manager was committing tax fraud.



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Masterchief

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  23.09.2013 at 21:39
Written by no one on 23.09.2013 at 21:33

Written by Bad English on 23.09.2013 at 15:40

Written by no one on 23.09.2013 at 10:52

I paint a lot of peoples rich houses, I have been doing it for about 8 years somebody kill me. Na it's not bad, it's cruisy and your always working in a different areas
Thinking about doing something different now though, ever since i stopped drinking the people i work with seem kind of dull, i need to use my brain more (or whats left of it)


c om advantige is old rich man and his young pretty wife alone at home who needs ''another kind of painting''


sometimes if there hot i do fantasize about it, but i have a wife and in reality they don't wont my poor smelly ass anyway....though sometimes there are widows and i do wonder :naughty:


I didnt know you have wife , s
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Mattybu

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  24.09.2013 at 05:56
^ K7 strikes again
Cynic Metalhead
Atrocious Virgin

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  09.10.2013 at 20:37
Message to jobless folks:

being jobless > doing job you ain't interested in.
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Mercyful_Kate

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Age: 28
From: USA

  09.10.2013 at 23:21
My first job when I was fifteen was operating rides at an amusement park on the New Jersey boardwalk. Since then, I have worked at a timeshare office, bagged groceries and waited tables. For the past few years, I've been bartending. It's hard work, but good money and I don't work a ton of hours...Which is nice, because it will allow me to go back to school next fall.
Crimson Maiden

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From: USA

  08.09.2016 at 01:11
My first job was being a substitute teacher...I worked with about 20/ 6 year olds ALL day long....Kids will wear you out by the end of the day cause you have so many to keep up with...My check was always good and I liked the people I worked with..Only bad thing was if a kid came to school sick, I usually caught their germs and got a cold...8-]]
Bubba H

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  12.10.2016 at 03:25
I've had lots of different jobs. My first official job was at a KMart back in the 1980s. From there I went to work as an ironworker for a few years. It was kind of rough work at times but it paid well. After that played out I got a job with a logging company. That was definitely the roughest job I ever had and didn't pay very well either. I moved to New Orleans and got a job with an offshore services company running GPS and underwater sonar equipment. It was fun at times but I spent a lot of time offshore and the rest of my time in bars drinking my life away. There's really nothing else to do in New Orleans. After moving home to Georgia after two years of that I went back into construction in one capacity or another and am now an estimator for a metal stud and drywall company. Sitting at a desk all day sucks but that's what I do now.
Haddock666

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Age: 27
From: Finland
  14.10.2016 at 21:37
I have done mostly stockroom jobs and been giving guitar lessons 9 years. Now I've been unemployed for long time and live with social security for about 4-5 years, but done some internship and rehabilitative work
Kennoth

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  23.10.2016 at 02:17
I'm still in college (my seventh and hopefully final year), and I've have had my fair share of jobs during that time. My first real job was working in a corn field, and that remains the worst job I've ever had. The searing sun, razor-sharp corn leaves, and annoying supervisors telling your to hurry up. Other than that, I've worked at various call centers, which is something I'm also doing right now. I've also been a mall Santa two years ago, so there's that.
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  23.10.2016 at 13:10
Written by Cynic Metalhead on 09.10.2013 at 20:37

Message to jobless folks:

being jobless > doing job you ain't interested in.

Qtf. Also the longer I stay in a job just for the money which I'm not interested the more I start loathing it.
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Kennoth

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Age: 25
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  23.10.2016 at 16:15
I don't think a job I'd like doing even exists. The very fact that I'm forced doing it is enough for me to loathe it, no matter how good it is.
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