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    (Original post by Usermeme)
    Childhood dream job: Artist

    Realistic dream job: Journalist

    Unrealistic dream job: Film/TV Director and Author
    Pretty much snap. I never dreamed of being an artist as I have zero talent. I really believe the key to happy employment is having a large creative input. Laavvley dreams.
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    (Original post by deanna3006)
    childhood dream: personal assistant (weird I know right)

    realistic job: paramedic!

    unrealistic dream: composer (can play but can't compose) grrr


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    A P/A for anyone in particular or just an assistant for anyone!?
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    chilhood dream: artist
    realistic dream: pharmacist
    unrealistic dream: the next beyonce!
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    (Original post by 321zero)
    How tall are you chap?
    6 ft 5 and i am long legged as apposed to long torso. As far as i understand it's the leg measurements that are particularly important too. To be honest once i hit 6 ft 1 in year 10 i gave up any hope that i would be able to pursue it
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    Childhood dream job: Writer/illustrator, doctor, crow (I have no idea why! Perhaps it's something to with fairy tales)

    Realistic dream job: Probably working 9 to 5 in some ghastly office being bored out of my mind(Edit: Or a librarian. Though I don't know all that much about being a librarian. It sounds interesting though)

    Unrealistic dream job: Translator of magical children's books


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    Childhood dream: astronaut
    Realistic job: I HAVE NO IDEA HALP
    Unrealistic job: Space pirate (unrealistic, pffft)
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    Childhood dream job: Stage actress

    Realistic dream job: Child and adolescent mental health nurse

    Unrealistic dream job: Screen actress
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    Childhood dream job: Prime Minister

    Realistic dream job: Journalist

    Unrealistic dream job: Member of Parliament
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    Childhood dream job: Palaeontologist (Dr Grant)

    Realistic: Merchant Navy, but that won't happen because I'm too lazy.

    Unrealistic: Successful author with a nice house in a country village. Also won't happen because I'm too lazy.
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    (Original post by plrodham1)
    6 ft 5 and i am long legged as apposed to long torso. As far as i understand it's the leg measurements that are particularly important too. To be honest once i hit 6 ft 1 in year 10 i gave up any hope that i would be able to pursue it
    Sorry to hear that. On a brighter note, at 5ft 8, I'm very jealous of the non-vertically challenged
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    (Original post by dothestrand)
    Childhood dream: astronaut
    Realistic job: I HAVE NO IDEA HALP
    Unrealistic job: Space pirate (unrealistic, pffft)
    Hahaha. That is my favourite as of yet.
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    Hence the word 'dream'
    Good luck its tough out there for women.
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    Game programmer at valve.
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    Childhood dream: Pilot.
    Realistic dream job: partner in City law firm.
    Unrealistic dream job: Owner of a successful travel blog - essentially getting paid (hopefully a lot of money) to travel the world and write about it.
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    Childhood dream job: Being a world famous footballer

    Realistic dream job: Owning a bar/nightclub in Spain.

    Unrealistic dream job: Chairman of my hometown football club.
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    I wonder how many other people had a childhood dream job of being an astronaut...
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    Childhood Dream: Jimmy Savile
    Realistic: Jimmy Savile
    Unrealistic: Child Protection Officer
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    (Original post by Harrow.7)
    Childhood Dream: Jimmy Savile
    Realistic: Jimmy Savile
    Unrealistic: Child Protection Officer
    The awkward moment when that's not even remotely funny... :hide:
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    Childhood dream job: Actress, Musician, Pilot, doctor and something todo with elephants!

    Realistic dream job: Environmental lawyer/Geography teacher/conservation.

    Unrealistic dream job: I would love to be a professional flauntist. I'm useless at music and failed A-level. The idea of traveling around the world with an orchestra or just being in the band at a musical.
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    Childhood dream job: architect

    Realistic dream job: urban planner

    Unrealistic dream job: doctor
 
 
 
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