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Posted: 9/3/2015 4:26:26 PM EDT
Mine was being a Repo man in Northern California. Worked my ass off, was shot at, screamed at, threatened, chased, woke up at 3am to go to work, worked more than  a few 24 hour days.   I worked with my (at the time) future FIL.  I loved the endless ways a day can go.  


I loved the daily rush.  But i was young, dumb, and full of cum back then.

Now, i feel differently about jumping out of a moving truck and hooking up someone's car, maybe i have just loss the the lust of being shot at/chased.

What was your favorite job ?
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:33:51 PM EDT
It sounds dumb, but I worked at a tie-dye t-shirt factory in college (Pittsburgh) in the early 90's. Just bundled shirts up, rubber-banded them, threw them in dye and washed them. Stupid, monotonous, but the people who worked with me were a non-stop source of fun and amusement, we played games, had fun, ate great food, laughed, smoked weed, and made pretty good money ($10/hr all under the table, which in those days for a college kid was alright).





I never got up and thought "Don't wanna go to work today", not once. I can't say that's been the case at any job before or since.


 



Don't get me wrong, it wasn't a career but it was enjoyable.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:34:39 PM EDT
working for a boat dealership.

I grew up in one, so boats will always be in my blood.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:35:23 PM EDT
Demo crew, chainsaw, cutting torch & a big fucking hammer were the usual tools of the trade... so much fun.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:36:48 PM EDT
One of my better jobs was a bag boy at a golf course when I was 15. Cleaned the clubs and golf carts and picked range balls. Got free golf, free lessons, range balls and discount on merchandise. Good times.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:37:23 PM EDT
Youth Counselor at a wilderness camp.

Was fun being in the wild setting.  The kids were little sumbitches but I liked em.

Was basically a place to go instead of jail.

ETA:  Another absolutely awesome job.  Mall cop.  I loved that place.  The atmosphere rocked, and so many hot chicks.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:37:56 PM EDT
If I could pick the days, in hind sight through rose colored glasses it would be when I was in the piper's local, but in reality probably the one I have now. When I am able to go quote jobs and for a day or so, fly back home and only be gone like max 10 to 12 days a month at most I like it well. When I am gone all month it starts to get old again real fast ... (Field Engineer working in the mechanical side of heavy industrial environments.)
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:38:27 PM EDT
Being a cop. But in BFE Virginia it doesn't even pay enough to survive. 80-90 hour weeks working a second job as well is terrible.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:40:30 PM EDT
Bicycle Mechanic......and horse trainer.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:40:55 PM EDT
C-141 Instructor Loadmaster.

Greatest job in the world.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:41:51 PM EDT
In college, I worked for a small maker of custom drumsets.  My boss was a fucking kickass guy.  Great drummer, and a great teacher.  And he didn't even flip out when I tried to drill my hand.  
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:43:18 PM EDT
I really miss working in kitchens.  I ran many and was the executive chef at a few.

My body just cannot do it anymore
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:44:02 PM EDT
Back when I used to work in kitchens.  Either prep, short-order or "institutional cuisine".  I'd come in to work, kick ass at my job, and leave it when I punched out.  (Well, usually, unless someone called in and you were dumb enough to answer your phone.  )  The only downsides were filtering the deep fryers or if you got stuck closing and mopping on a Friday or Saturday night while your friends were out partying.  

I had a great time working in kitchens and it was a good way to build up a college fund.

ETA:  ^ Hey, another one!  I'd agree, the guys owning and running the places ran hard.  I still know a couple owners and it's a lot of hours to make it work.  I was just the guy cutting tomatoes and working some stations.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:44:18 PM EDT
I drove lift truck in a freezer. Didn't pay anything but was my high school job. I loved it because I was in a freezer all day.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:46:09 PM EDT
Bike Mechanic and Ski/Snowboard Tech.  Fun work, loved it.  

Money sucked but discounts were awesome and company sponsored ski trips so free snowboarding and what not.

Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:46:14 PM EDT
The one I have now by far. Signalman for a Class One railroad. Good pay, good bennies and good retirement. One of the last places where a common man can make a good living and comfortably take care of his family.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:47:14 PM EDT
Blow

edit: receiving, before anyone zaps me.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:47:41 PM EDT
Sam Goody.

Got to talk about movies, music, and video games all day. I enjoyed it, minus having to listen to the same holiday music over and over.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:48:24 PM EDT
And on a serious note, I love what I do now. Graphic design and branding is by far my favorite thing.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:48:25 PM EDT
I worked as a car audio/electronics installer at a really good shop in Roanoke, VA. They have 2 or 3 locations now. I went to a trade school and they hired me a couple months later. Great place to work. I had awesome coworkers, decent pay/incentives, good customers, and it was a lot of fun. I had a good boss that took the time to train and mentor me also. I gave it up and left to work for another company thinking the grass was greener. The new job ended up being literally one of the worst places I've ever worked. The new job was a fun one at times, but the business practices and the way they treated their employees was the worst. It doesn't exist anymore.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:48:30 PM EDT
Being a father.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:49:41 PM EDT
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C-141 Instructor Loadmaster.

Greatest job in the world.
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Maybe in the AF, but for me Operational Test Director for guns and point defense missiles... Best job in the Navy.  I would have stayed in that billet forever if they had let me.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:51:21 PM EDT
Its a tie between being a bouncer and a professor.  Being a bouncer was fun because I basically got to hang around with my friends for 5 hours and watch the shitshow every night.  Being a professor is a ton of fun because I generally like to teach, and they are obligated to laugh at my jokes.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:51:35 PM EDT
My current one
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 4:59:06 PM EDT
Fleshlight Quality Control.

I got fired for breaking too many.  
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:02:02 PM EDT
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Its a tie between being a bouncer and a professor.  Being a bouncer was fun because I basically got to hang around with my friends for 5 hours and watch the shitshow every night.  Being a professor is a ton of fun because I generally like to teach, and they are obligated to laugh at my jokes.
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And I thought they laughed b/c I was damn funny.  

In order of most to least enjoyable:

Landman
Painter
Professor
Attorney
Dry Wall
Carpenter
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:03:51 PM EDT
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I drove lift truck in a freezer. Didn't pay anything but was my high school job. I loved it because I was in a freezer all day.
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That is the one factor of the meat packing plant i worked at for 3 days, that i loved.  No, i wasn't a good packer, lol.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:04:19 PM EDT
When I was in high school, I sold Christmas trees on a tree lot.  We would drink bourbon to stay warm and hit on the hot, or even not-so-hot, chicks.  It was a hoot.  I wish we had bourbon and hot women at my current job.

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Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:04:26 PM EDT
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The one I have now by far. Signalman for a Class One railroad. Good pay, good bennies and good retirement. One of the last places where a common man can make a good living and comfortably take care of his family.
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Yes, those railroads pay well, once you have a few years in.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:04:41 PM EDT



I am shocked no one has said male gigilo yet.




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Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:05:21 PM EDT
working for myself.

its the hardest yet most rewarding thing ive ever done.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:17:23 PM EDT
Workin' on the railroad.  It was big, loud, and nasty work but I loved it.  I was in the best shape I've ever been in my life and made more money in a month than I make in a year now.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:23:02 PM EDT
Limo Driver
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:24:10 PM EDT
Nude Stripclub manager.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:25:49 PM EDT
The Suck.

Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:29:32 PM EDT
I got paid $60 an hour to help fix a porno website.

Hard work, if you know what I mean.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:30:37 PM EDT


Prohibited from discussing it.



Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:33:52 PM EDT
Field producer for a TV news consortium.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:35:52 PM EDT
Quoted:
Mine was being a Repo man in Northern California. Worked my ass off, was shot at, screamed at, threatened, chased, woke up at 3am to go to work, worked more than  a few 24 hour days.   I worked with my (at the time) future FIL.  I loved the endless ways a day can go.  


I loved the daily rush.  But i was young, dumb, and full of cum back then.

Now, i feel differently about jumping out of a moving truck and hooking up someone's car, maybe i have just loss the the lust of being shot at/chased.

What was your favorite job ?
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PSD for VIP's
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:37:16 PM EDT
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Fleshlight Quality Control.

I got fired for breaking too many.  
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Squeezing too hard to make them feel tight?  
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:39:08 PM EDT
Farm hand
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:45:42 PM EDT






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I got paid $60 an hour to help fix a porno website.
Hard work, if you know what I mean.
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LOL.  I used to get PAID to watch porn'.
I had a second job (30yrs ago) packaging and shipping Adult VHS tapes from a warehouse out to our stores.  I used this job to get the






down payment on my first "REAL" (Site built) house.
Anyway, I had 8 TV/VCR's above my work station and had movies running the whole shift.  Back in those days the distributors would throw in






some free movies with every order (We received 18 wheel UPS trucks of porn') to see if you wanted to buy them.  This was usually 30-40






flicks.  
Back then there were all sorts of stuff that could get your store shut down (Bondage with penetration [Too much like rape], inserting a finger beyond the second joint






ETC).  Part of my job was to watch for anything that could cause us trouble.  The original "Candy Stripers" (1978) was an






obvious NO-GO if you've ever seen the un-edited version  I had two barrels that I threw the freebies in.  One was the "Yeah, we can use this one" and






the other was "No F'n way!"
'course, that was pre-internet.  These days?!  God knows...



 
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:52:06 PM EDT
Cop...looked forward to going to work everyday. Something new every day.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:52:27 PM EDT
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LOL.  I used to get PAID to watch porn'.

I had a second job (30yrs ago) packaging and shipping Adult VHS tapes from a warehouse out to our stores.  I used this job to get the
down payment on my first "REAL" (Site built) house.

Anyway, I had 8 TV/VCR's above my work station and had movies running the whole shift.  Back in those days the distributors would throw in
some free movies with every order (We received 18 wheel UPS trucks of porn') to see if you wanted to buy them.  This was usually 30-40
flicks.  

Back then there were all sorts of stuff that could get your store shut down (Bondage with penetration [Too much like rape], inserting a finger beyond the second joint
ETC).  Part of my job was to watch for anything that could cause us trouble.  The original "Candy Stripers" (1978) was an
obvious NO-GO if you've ever seen the un-edited version  I had two barrels that I threw the freebies in.  One was the "Yeah, we can use this one" and
the other was "No F'n way!"

'course, that was pre-internet.  These days?!  God knows...
 
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I got paid $60 an hour to help fix a porno website.

Hard work, if you know what I mean.
LOL.  I used to get PAID to watch porn'.

I had a second job (30yrs ago) packaging and shipping Adult VHS tapes from a warehouse out to our stores.  I used this job to get the
down payment on my first "REAL" (Site built) house.

Anyway, I had 8 TV/VCR's above my work station and had movies running the whole shift.  Back in those days the distributors would throw in
some free movies with every order (We received 18 wheel UPS trucks of porn') to see if you wanted to buy them.  This was usually 30-40
flicks.  

Back then there were all sorts of stuff that could get your store shut down (Bondage with penetration [Too much like rape], inserting a finger beyond the second joint
ETC).  Part of my job was to watch for anything that could cause us trouble.  The original "Candy Stripers" (1978) was an
obvious NO-GO if you've ever seen the un-edited version  I had two barrels that I threw the freebies in.  One was the "Yeah, we can use this one" and
the other was "No F'n way!"

'course, that was pre-internet.  These days?!  God knows...
 


I used to know a girl who verified websites for a credit card company.  90% of the sites were pornographic.  She said that the amount of fucked up shit she saw on a daily basis was staggering.  She had the porn 1000 yard stare.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:52:41 PM EDT
Swinging 20+ stories up doing high rise restoration. Good money,great views,
and there's nothing up there except your rig partner and your work.

2nd would be Production manager at a large home improvement Co.
Great money, fast paced and was home by 1pm on a normal day, just had to answer the
cell phone.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:53:14 PM EDT
M60 gunner on a HMMWV. We had four vehicles in our platoon. We were R&S for two TOW HMMWV platoons. It was AWESOME. We would sling load under Blackhawks or Chinooks and off we would go. COC could never find us. We were all over the place. Ride all day blowing shit up. Sleep all night. Good stuff.

Then I became a dismount on a Bradley

Then a driver. Things were looking up

Then a gunner and back to blowing shit up
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:53:40 PM EDT
When I was 8, my Dad would pay me 25 cents for every chipmunk and $1 for a groundhog to watch over the garden in the early mornings.

Best. Years. Ever.

I should find out if that job is still open.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:56:22 PM EDT
Environmental Resource Manager for a resort based company that held 35,000 acres of woods and streams and two ski areas. Did that for 13 years.

Great hunting and fishing, awesome hiking and backpacking, free skiing every night after work with free new equipment every year.


Didn't pay shit, but I woke up every day saying, "Fuck yeah! I get to go to work today!".

It's been downhill ever since trying to chase a buck. Settled back into pest Control and now having fun again, but too busy. I'll go out on my own in 5 months and really enjoy it.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:58:02 PM EDT
I love my job! (investigations)

Link Posted: 9/3/2015 5:58:48 PM EDT
IT god.  Can do as I please every day.
Link Posted: 9/3/2015 6:06:29 PM EDT
In the early 80's I worked as a currency verification teller while I was in school.  I was in my early 20s.  Great hours (4pm-9pm M-F with occasional OT on Mondays), and paid enough to cover tuition at UCSD and rent on an apartment near work.

We processed commercial deposits, inter-bank transfers, and Fed Reserve transfers.  Open the bag, count the money, fill out the paperwork, consolidate the money, repeat.  End of the night, prepare a balance sheet (had to match the incoming invoice), bundle the money and deliver to the vault.

Simple work and I had a lot of fun with those guys.
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