What Was Your First Ever Job?

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  1. BenLee

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    I just applied for being a busser at Olive Garden. Hoping to earn capital to start a first ever project:D

    The reason why I chose to be a busser is because standing around all day stacking boxes at a retail store seems boring and plain.

    What was your first job or what job do you think I should apply for next?

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    B E N J I E :D
     
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    Worked in a mine.
    Did that for about two weeks, gave up becouse the conditions were just horrid :(
     
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    The over/under on this phrase for this thread is 14.

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    Hit your local bookie up and get your bets in.

    I worked for my Father in his sporting goods store. I was 10.
     
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    Damn that seems tough!
    "The over/under on this phrase for this thread is 14."
    Not sure what that exactly means:D

    I remember when I first joined BHW I read a post you wrote about how you worked with your dad! Very cool!

    B E N J I E:D
     
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    I've used to help my dad in our own garage for cars and mechanic stuff. I still do it when needed.
     
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    last summer I used too replace peoples brakes for $100-200
     
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    15 years old as a waiter.
     
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    My dad used to take me to our family owned autoshop from the age of 12. At 14 or 15 I made my first money by taking cylinder blocks apart and selling the aluminum at the junkyard. I think the pistons were aluminum, too, so those also had to go. Bought my first Windows XP computer with the money, lol.
     
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    I used to sell flowers as a kid on the bus stops xd .. was an actual job though
     
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    Newspaper boy lal. Loads of hilarious first jobs.
     
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    handed out flyers for a pet shop
     
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    Did you used to throw the flyers in the bin and then head to the nearest pub / bar?
     
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    PUT THAT LOLIPOP IN YOUR FUCKING MOUTH BITCH

     
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    I'm going the busser route
    Sounds cool, I bet you learned alot about cars
    That reminds me of a time couple of summers ago when a friend of mine introduce me to a guy who sold candy. Long story short I would walk neighborhoods selling over priced candy for a "fund for a trip to Portland", super black hat. I made almost $100 a day but only worked for about 5 days until I decided to quit due how unethical it was. Me and the other kids sold the candy for $15 when the guy who we worked for told us to sell them for $10 a box. We would pocket the extra change not telling him. After I quit I decided to resell sneakers and after that I made a small lawn mowing business and after that here I am currently learning about IM.
    lol
    sounds like a cool job
    My stepdad once told me to not work for the "man" but instead be the "man"
    YOOOOO!:D:D:D:D:D
     
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