What's your dream job?

Discussion in 'Everything else' started by AdamN, May 2, 2005.

  1. AdamN

    AdamN Member

    Kinda stole this one from GW's signature line, but it got me thinking.

    What is your dream job? Why?

    For me: Bullpen Catcher.

    1)On the field in a Major League ball park for every game of the seaseon.
    2)Pretty good salery to sit on a bucket and catch fastballs.
    3)All the benifits and retirement due a former player in MLB.

    There are some other perks as well, but those are the biggies.

  2. bfam4t6

    bfam4t6 Member

    Racing cars. Preferably exotic super cars from Ferrari, Porsche, etc...
  3. yaniv

    yaniv Active Member


    my dream job is a fighter pailot or any kind of pilot but i cant :(
  4. KJ5ME767

    KJ5ME767 New Member

    Gynecologist for the Swedish Bikini Team :twisted:

    GEEDUBBYA Active Member

    ----------------VVVVSEE MY SIGNATURE BELOW VVVV-----------------

    (I have said this since I was in jr high school)
  6. rickstef

    rickstef Guest

    my ultimate dream job would be the Host of a Dakar race website, and be able to visit the race each year.

    and in the off time, collect information and collectables, and build models.

    (p.s. Ashrunner reminded me, personal assistant or massage specialist to Catherine Bell and Catherine Zeta Jones :mrgreen: :twisted: )
  7. Bikerpete

    Bikerpete Member

    International food critic.....just think travel plus food!!!! Yum Yum
  8. Ashrunner

    Ashrunner Member

    I have already accomplished half of my dream job -- Arctic explorer. The other half is Antarctic explorer. Almost made it a long time, in another dream job far, far away.

    While waiting for that to happen, chief photographer for an SI Swimsuit Edition would keep me happy. 8v)
  9. Bowdenja

    Bowdenja Active Member

    Fishing guide..........on the Amazon or in Alaska.

  10. marc

    marc New Member

    preferably helicopters
  11. nebeltex

    nebeltex Member

    dream job....?

  12. Darwin

    Darwin Member

    As I've said throughout my career....my ideal is to have a large enough independent income to affort to be a clerk in a hobby shop.
  13. Darwin

    Darwin Member

    :D And watch out what you wish for....last person I knew that wished to be a stud is now in the suspension of an Abrams tank with a large hexnut on his head.
  14. jleslie48

    jleslie48 Member

    would love to teach. can't get paid to do it though and still afford to pay the mortgage. real shame.
  15. 46rob

    46rob Member

    Dream job?
    Don't want to be a pilot--know firsthand it's damned hard work.
    Taught--what a letdown that was
    Travel--had more than my share--home looks just fine.
    Sex--highly overrated as you get a bit long in the tooth
    Got my dream job: retired from the rat race...sit in my backyard & watch the Blue Angels practice--fish a little, golf a little--relax a lot.
  16. wunwinglow

    wunwinglow Active Member

    Ever seen the original film 'Bedazzled', with Peter Cook and Dudley Moore? Every time the Dudley Moore character gets granted a wish by the Devil (Peter Cook) he forgets to ask for one important 'feature' and each new heaven turns out to be a hell instead.

    I think I am happy with the job I have right now. I get paid to operate an SLA machine, and next week add a CNC machining centre to my armoury. Can't think of nicer toys for a dyed-in-the-wool modelmaker to get to play with all day long!

    Of course, what I want is a private income so I can buy my own toys......

    Tim P
  17. Ron

    Ron Member

    Just a job where my skills are appreciated, I'm not underpaid, overpaid or deemed overqualified so that I can ultimately just buy a house for my family...

  18. Leif Oh

    Leif Oh Member

    Second that... - L.
  19. kampfflieger

    kampfflieger Member

    Card modeler.
  20. cecil_severs

    cecil_severs Member


    It sounds like you've got it about right. When I do retire I'd love to be a part time fishing guide and back yard boat builder. Maybe that's why I'm about to start my second homebuilt boat. The first one was nearly twenty years ago!


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