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"if i jump in the fire, will you?"
Location: USA, wishing I was in SA

Total posts: 633
Posted:i am applying for a position at an indoor climbing gym , and im hoping to become the assist. manager there ! the thought came up when one of my friends sent me an email and it asked what was my dream job ? well my dream job would be to do some freelance work for national geographic adventure mag. , however i do realy feel that this job that im applying for will run in a very close second . i love to climb and i love people ! its that easy ... biggrin



so just though id find out what other peoples professions(or non professions) are/were and what your dream job would be ????



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ataxia
SILVER Member since Mar 2004

ataxia

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Location: Melbourne

Total posts: 172
Posted:I'm a radiographer, eg I take x-rays. My dream job wouldn't actually be a job. It would be getting paid money to do what ever I wanted. Whether that be spinning, playing music, going on holiday, whatever.
Time to do everything, money to not worry about anything.


Geez, I'd give my right arm to be ambidextrous.

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CaptG
PLATINUM Member since Mar 2004

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Location: Dubai

Total posts: 29
Posted:Im a Blue Water sailor tied to the dock at the moment. Fixing boats for money and geneally hanging out on my boat or the beach... Not looking for a dream job just want retire and live my dreams sailing round the world

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Pele
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Pele

the henna lady
Location: WNY, USA

Total posts: 6193
Posted:Written by: cranmere

I'm a botanist, at the moment working on hedgerow plants in farming areas to see what effects chemical use has. I would have loved to have been a singer (my favourite is early and Tudor music) but I didn't realise that my voice probably /was/ good enough until too late frown




I have one thing to say to this...it is *never* too late.

Life is for the living, and if you or anyone else has a dream that is achievable, then I say go for it, no matter how old.
Perhaps you won't be a rich and super-famous singer, but even if you sing at some local events for a few bucks, then you have achieved your dream to some degree, and that *is* worth it.

LOL...to whomever said "Pele sounds like she has it made"....lol, tell that to my bills! biggrin

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Pele
Higher, higher burning fire...making music like a choir
"Oooh look! A pub!" -exclaimed after recovering from a stupid fall
"And for the decadence of art, nothing beats a roaring fire." -TMK

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ado-p
GOLD Member since May 2004

ado-p

Pirate Ninja
Location: Galway/Ireland

Total posts: 3882
Posted:Written by: yannicus

uh, i'm a full-time smoker, but i have a part-time drinking job, and i'm also a full-time spender. once a week i have class doing a 'matrise' (4th year undergrad) in english media and literature, and my hobby is sleeping.

damn, i wonder how i manage to fit all that in a week, i must be overworked.



Sounds like me, only I've got a split personality that keeps going to work.

Now if I worked for you...

Pele, you might not have made it but your definatly making it. smile


Love is the law.

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Yex
BRONZE Member since Aug 2004

Yex

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Location: Kamloops BC

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Posted:i'm a second year apprentice plumber. two more years when i'm done my apprenticeship. i'm might go back to school and complete my mechanical engineering degree. but i'll probably just end up completing plumbing and stick with that. too much stress in engineering. i know because everyone in my family are engineers.

"Not all who wander are lost. "

J.R.R. Tolkien

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meep
SILVER Member since Jul 2004

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Location: Midlands - nr cov

Total posts: 344
Posted:Hmm..

I'm a final year psychology student, a support worker for: adults with severe learning disabilities, adults with less severe learning disabilities, and adults with mental health disabilities.

The above 3 jobs are paying my way through my university degree.

My dream job is to be a psychologist. I'm not sure where I'd like to specialise. Possibly learning disabilities, or abuse survivors, or in eating disorders or self injury.

ubbrollsmile


"But what would you do with a brain if you had one?"

Dorothy Gale

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meep
SILVER Member since Jul 2004

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Location: Midlands - nr cov

Total posts: 344
Posted:Written by: cranmere


I would have loved to have been a singer (my favourite is early and Tudor music) but I didn't realise that my voice probably /was/ good enough until too late frown





Lesley Garrett anyone? smile



Edit - damn, i don't mean her. i mean that woman.. Jane.. What's her name?!? *slaps brain into submission..*

EDITED_BY: meep (1101653421)


"But what would you do with a brain if you had one?"

Dorothy Gale

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tekki tom


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Location: Bexhill england

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Posted:im a sound engineer for bands, night clubs dj's prety much anything with sound. i work for sound hire comapny in south of england. we specialise is rock engineering in the studio but mostly live, am aslo a student to be studying sound in collage one day a week

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tekki tom


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Location: Bexhill england

Total posts: 43
Posted:also my dream job

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My hairs on fire

If its got pistons or boobs, its gonna be expensive...
Location: Cyprus

Total posts: 515
Posted:Well im currently a civil enginnering studant but ile be damned if i know what my dream job is lol

Henry Hill - 'One day the kids from the neighbourhood carried my mothers groceries all the way home, you know why? It was out of respect'...

ahmet_20valve_ahmet(at)hotmail(dot)com
Hope all is well : )

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