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What do you think is the easiest job in the world?


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being a teacher at MY school
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HAHAHAH candystripper!

Erm, an easy job? how about them geezers that get paid for tasting/testing new products,

I know some guy who got paid from warkers for tasting their new flavour of crisps...but thats not really a job isit?

Hmm, how bout a secatary at a newsagent!?
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Probably PE teacher or something, but if kids didn't respect you it would be fairly tough.

Supply teacher maybe?
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I used to work as a play worker.
I would just have to play with the kids and walk them from their school to the club.
Most the kids were well behaved and were happy for me to just get the ps2 out and let them play on that...or to make things with lego/crafty stuff. The older ones (they were all primary school age) were happy to challenge me at Gran Trurismo etc which was great.
Friday meant video night and so I would sit with them and watch Red Dwarf/Furturama/Simpsons/Finding nemo..Basically anything I wanted with a PG or U certificate.

Not bad really. Got tricky when they messed about or tried to run away.
Summer was better. Got paid to go into town and go shopping...with money provided.
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(Original post by Chris.)
Probably PE teacher or something, but if kids didn't respect you it would be fairly tough.

Supply teacher maybe?
Is a supply teacher the same thing as a relief teacher? Their job is really hard, cos the kids don't respect them and often the normal teacher hasn't prepared work for the class, leaving the relief little time to come up with some to occupy 30 horrible children for an day.
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My friend had a job testing cushions for wheelchair users. She had to sit on the cushion for 2.5 hours (while watching movies etc) then comment on the cushion.
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People who work for bars/clubs in spain who just give out business card thngs advertising their bad/clud
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Website Designer/Developer :cool:
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My friend had a job testing cushions for wheelchair users. She had to sit on the cushion for 2.5 hours (while watching movies etc) then comment on the cushion.
Hahaha, I should be a bed tester then. Sleep on it and then tell people what I think. It'd be a 12 hour a day job! And then I wouldn't have to work during the day!
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