ANSWERS: 17
  • making movies and no
  • I wanted to be a male prostitute when I was a kid. Instead, I became a politician. So, yes, I did end up doing what I always dreamed of
  • i wanted to be a neo-natal nurse... and no. after i learned that people dont always give birth to healthy babies and they die, i decided i would be too depressed to work in a job like that.
  • I wanted to go into law enforcement, But then I got into trouble fews years back and that ruined it. So I went into baking.
  • First it was a brain surgeon, then a vet, last it was a nurse. I never made it to any of my dreams but I have had a good career life.
  • My "career" was going to be a super model married to George Michael...so...er..um...that answer would be no :o) +5
  • Truck driver, and of course.
  • I wanted to be a dancer and no I didn't end up doing it.
  • I wanted to be a Commerical Artist, but it didn't happen.
  • I have always been very bright and when I was young, I wanted to be a pharmacist. As a kid, I had a chemistry set and I would buy small amounts of chemicals from our local pharmacy. The idea of having access to chemicals had a fascination and many years later, after taking degree in applied maths I ended up going into medical school. My yearning for chemicals waned and in the end I started to study and to be totally absorbed by the human mind. I am now working as a clinical neurologist and I have never been so happy because the saying "Do what you love and the money will follow!" would appear to be very true indeed.
  • My mum is a midwife and I use to be fascinated by her job and so proud of her that she delivered babies so I decided from around the age of eight that I wanted to be a midwife so after completing my nursing degree I went on to do the midwifery degree and became a midwife and I have no regrets.
  • I wanted to be an astronaut when I was four, and needless to say that didn't happen. That was the first of many nonexistant careers. My friend wanted to be a bus driver. Now she can't believe she wanted to be one.
  • An inventor to create cool things. After seeing all of my "unique" ideas getting made and marketed and making millions, I decided to get one idea patented. After thousands of dollars invested, I was more poor and not rich. Career path hit dead end.
  • ... astronaut & chemical engineer able to operate a large atmosphere generator that takes crushed waste rock from the Martian mines and chemically makes a breathable air for our colonies on Mars ... I have several degrees, including one in chemistry, but have not worked in the aerospace industry at all.
  • I wanted to be like Lucille Ball and Carol Burnett...went the long way around--was in the military and the business field--but eventually in my 30s and early 40s, I performed skits with a comedy troupe and got to experience the thrill of live stage. Once my step-daughter hit high school, though, I just went back to a desk job...oy...but now that she's in college, I'm trying to get back into the acting again.
  • I wanted to be a model for magazines... but didn't do it.
  • Wanted to be a scientist, no I did not.

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