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Jobs you would like if money was no object

Mad Cyril

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What jobs would you like to do if money was no object?

I would like to spend alternate days working as a police detective and a park ranger or greenskeeper at a really nice golf course.
 

steveo

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Postman in Winterton on Sea.

Or pit lane reporter for Sky F1.

Or expert co-commentator for Sky Sports football. If a bloke did something that was rubbish I would say "That was rubbish". None of your "it was a difficult bounce", or "it came to him at the wrong height". This is your job for which you get paid thousands- for ****s sake do it properly.
 

Pubey

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Pro Golfer or RSPCA inspector
My brother in law is/was a professional golfer but recently handed in his pro license so he could play amateur tournaments and be a VW car salesman! He now plays more golf than he did when he was a pro!

Unless you want to go abroad to teach for stacks of cash, or are so talented that you get on the tour, then it's not actually that glamorous. He mainly taught kids, played pro tournaments and qualifiers and did golf-club fittings. Now he plays amateur tournaments, and earns a reasonable and reliable income.
 

Yorkshire Blue

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pit lane reporter for Sky F1.

Or expert co-commentator for Sky Sports football. If a bloke did something that was rubbish I would say "That was rubbish". None of your "it was a difficult bounce", or "it came to him at the wrong height". This is your job for which you get paid thousands- for ****s sake do it properly.

Sea-plane pilot at the Maldives.

a GP or a WWE Wrestler

Pro Golfer or RSPCA inspector

With all due respect, it's not the wages that's stopping you doing this.
 

Pubey

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Absolutely this!

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ian_the_girth

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What name would you use?

a GP or a WWE Wrestler

My GP name would be Dr Girth.


I would love to be a heel Wrestler and soak up all the heat. So i think i shall call myself "Uncle Ron"!

This would be a character who is filthy rich, (potentially) living a life of lies one day to the next. I would use my wealth to influence other wrestlers to gain any advantage. Whatever it took to win i would do! Ultimately the fans would love to hate me and pay to finally see me get whats coming to me! My finishing move would be the "War Chest", although it would rarely be seen, other than on PPV.
 
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