Ridiculous s**t you have done for money.

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  1. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    I have not been privy to such an elevator -- perhaps you should destroy it. I am a big fan of everyday people smashing things that disrupt. When someone pulled the newly-installed traffic cameras out of the ground here, I was ecstatic.

    Soon enough, it'll be the privy, too.
     


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    This doctor commissioned me to paint a garden scene for a friend of hers that died. Which basically goes against everything I believe in. At least it wasn't dogs in fair isle sweaters.
     


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    I... had sex with a fatty.
    Uh, for money, right? [​IMG]
     


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    I managed a band for about two weeks. I made $75.
     


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    Once while in drag, I had sex with a guy who thought I was just a fat woman.
    TheHoff Senior Member Join Date: Mar 2007 Location: Vancouver, BC Posts: 964 .... Oh shit.
     


  6. lawyerdad

    lawyerdad Senior member

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    .... Oh shit.


    Sounds like somebody owes somebody a big fat refund.
     


  7. amerikajinda

    amerikajinda Senior member

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    i worked at taco bell when i was in high school for 2 months
    [​IMG] [​IMG] [​IMG] I hope you never wore your good shoes to work!!! [​IMG]
     


  8. sho'nuff

    sho'nuff grrrrrrrr!!

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    One spring I taught Tae Kwon Do as a junior instructor. That was the first time I experienced assignment creep as my duties expanded from warm-ups, to instructing, to locking up the joint at night. The head of the place locked himself in his office and ate Subway while I taught for 2-3 hours a night. I was 16 at the time (brown belt) so I had all the energy in the world, but school suffered a bit. Head reprobate never had the cash to pay me until I quit on him, and he finally paid up.

    After that I never again visited a dojo.


    this is too bad.. was this guy Korean? he better not be.
     


  9. Thomas

    Thomas Senior member

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    this is too bad.. was this guy Korean? he better not be.

    Nope. 100% white-boy Texans, from the top down. Now that I think of it, the whole chain of dojos were lily-white.

    And it wasn't all bad. I learned from the experience, and everything ended up well in the end. I just don't talk much about it since the martial arts tends to attract folks who like to invent stories about themselves - kind of like PC role-playing geeks [​IMG].
     


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    I once had to deliver project revisions to an Army Colonel, while he was getting a suit fitted at Burberry's. It was plain silly (and frankly a little humiliating), since it wasn't urgent or anything. But the guy was obviously thrilled, having a twenty-something girl in a mini-skirt bring stuff to him in that setting. In retrospect, I'm glad to have contributed to his little moment in the sun. [​IMG]
     


  11. Bergdorf Goodwill

    Bergdorf Goodwill Senior member

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    I once had to deliver project revisions to an Army Colonel, while he was getting a suit fitted at Burberry's. It was plain silly (and frankly a little humiliating), since it wasn't urgent or anything. But the guy was obviously thrilled, having a twenty-something girl in a mini-skirt bring stuff to him in that setting. In retrospect, I'm glad to have contributed to his little moment in the sun. [​IMG]

    Pics or it didn't happen.
     


  12. rubylith

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    Sorry man, no camera phones in 1994.
     


  13. acidboy

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    Sorry man, no camera phones in 1994.

    Then how about a reenactment? [​IMG]
     


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  15. rubylith

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    Then how about a reenactment? [​IMG]

    If the man's not dead by now, I'll see what I can do. lol
     


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