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  • Rock climbing instructor.
  • my funnest job was being a supervisor over the cheer camps that come to my university every summer
  • When my second husband was a full time student, we both worked at a private amusement park on weekends. It was really a lot of fun.
  • teaching swimming lessons
  • Assembling weight lifting machines.
  • I worked as a Bus Conductress in the Summer Vacation, a lot of undergraduates did and it was great fun.
  • I worked at a school for special needs kids and we had a carnival and I volunteered to be the one that sits on a ledge in a booth with water under me so when they threw a ball and hit the mark...in the water I go.
  • Mentoring college students. Which is OK initself but I used to work for a college where everyone I worked wiht was around my age and we all got to be friends both at work and outside of work. When our dumb boss was gone we had fun like ordering pizza, just messing around, having bday parties and stuff. We got paid just to hang out. Plus the students we helped were around our age as well. Plus we took alot of trips that were paid for by work.
  • This is so true!!!About 15 years ago I needed extra cash, and where I work is a school run by nuns. Well I asked the sisters if there was something I could do in the mornings before school started (4:00a.m.)and of course they said yes.I had to clean their kitchen in the convent and they have very tall shelves, while I was up there cleaning. I saw nuns sneaking food from the refrig and they didn't know I was up on the ladder. I didn't want to say anything because they were old and I would probably give them a heart attack.
  • I airbrushed shirts at an Amusment Park
  • I played in a show band 50's music and I acted out every song and it was great and very funny , My favorite job ever
  • A beer sponsor girl. I basically got paid to out partying at bars and events.
  • I use to own a business where I would make jewelry with rice inside it.I would write a person's name or saying in a peice of rice,put it in a small vial filled with mineral oil.The mineral oil would magnify the grain of sand to make it larger to be able to read it.I could write up to 13 letters in a row legibly on the rice.I also could write a sentance in lines around the rice.It was fun because people would challenge me with how many letters I could write.They would buy many necklaces because I could do quality work quickly and still have time to joke around with them.It was a good business and fun.
  • "Landscaping". It turned out to be shoveling gravel from one side of the yard to another.
  • I used to read magazine articles for a living. Yes, I'd have to do at little data entry about them for an electronic index, but that took very little time. Getting paid to read "Motor Trend", "Stereo Review", "Tennis" and "Photonics Spectra" (all about lasers, optics, microwave equipment, etc.) felt like stealing money.
  • I worked for a singing telegram company during college and for awhile afterward. It was a riot!
  • I was the icecream cone that stood outside on freakin hot days and tried to get people to buy tcby icecream. i know your thinking damn that sucks but it was so funny to see other peoples reaction to you dancing and doing what icecream cones to best tumble over lol. i had terrible balance and had plenty of bruises to prove it.
  • For a very short while, singing with a group in college. and... Doing visual merchandising (displays) for womens clothing during my college days. It was sooo much fun. And items that I would display would always sell really well, so I felt that I was pretty good at it.
  • My first one. It didn't pay well, but I really liked the people I worked with and I honed my skills there.
  • a stand up comic
  • motorcycle courier.
  • The most fun I had was when I was a dishwasher at a truck stop in high school. I worked 40-60 hours a week, after school (half-day work program) and on week-ends. I cooked, waited tables, did dishes, and cleaned up for $1.25 an hour and had more fun with my fellow employees than anywhere else!
  • I used to sit in the audience of TV shows in and around Hollywood for money. It didn't pay well but I got to meet a lot of famous people.
  • Starbucks. Didn't pay great, but the staff was hand chosen for their plucky personalities above all else, so it was a non-stop party. Plus we could drink free coffee all shift.
  • FUNNEST? (] :þ I may have to say....well, it probably wasn't considered a job, but I did get paid by my mom! I was I think 6-7 years old and I helped my mom measure cookies for a children's day-care-type group. I think I got paid 25 cents per bag....(there were only 10 bags...) :•Þ
  • English teacher in China. It depends on the school but if you get the right one you only need to work like 14 hours a week and the students are super interesting.
  • Skiing every day, at a very large ski resort.
  • working in a hospital path lab and filling the corridors with fog by filling a sink with dry ice and turning the taps on!
  • A driving paper delivery job. My friend drove and I threw papers. I was getting paid to throw things on people's property. Not much money tho, and eventually her motor blew up from the driving.
  • do painting jobs for a furniture business in our village
  • Dispatcher for a trucking company :)
  • What I do now is pretty fun. II distribute herbs and natural praoducts.
  • It wasnt really all that fun but it had some nice perks. I worked in a deli. I could pretty sample or eat all i wanted to because I needed to know about the meats/cheeses/breads/cakes etc. that we sold to help the customers if needed.
  • Worked on the tarp crew for the Baltimore Orioles.
  • Working as a prep cook and cook's assistant at my college dining hall. The pay sucked, but the work was actually very enjoyable, if a little stressful. :)
  • Concession stand sales at a movie theater
  • Fashion shows were pretty fun.
  • i worked at a local bank as a teller and absolutely LOVED it! i was the only girl in an all boy staff and lemme tell ya, those guys are like the brothers i never had.
  • Working on a Mobile Marketing Tour promotion a Cell phone company. Gave away free things, made fun of people on the microphone, worked at festivals and concerts and got to travel all over the US. Had a Blast!
  • is funnest even a word? mine was working at Six Flags Over Texas
  • Volunteer disc jockey at a community radio station. That was the mostest funnest time I ever had. :)
  • delivering pizza :]
  • I once got paid 12 dollars an hour to dress up like Tony the Tiger at a food convention in Jacksonville, FL. I only had to actually wear the costume about 15 minutes out of every hour - the rest of the time, I could wander around the convention and sample free food. Great gig.
  • I was a bartender on summer~the summer of 1978 and I could get hammered every night but I had a lot of good food to eat~ mostly bar food~but it was how i cooked it~~ham, hamburgers, chili~lots of sandwiches and of course cold beer or mixed drinks I used to experemint making drinks~and it was just a small bar in Maybee, Michigan~~but it was better then just being on Unemployment~~as that only paid $100.00 So I worked under the table
  • Folding womens under wear at a plus sized womens store when I was a 15 yr old boy. When the wear so big I had to lay them out on a table I would laugh almost uncontrollably.
  • I ran kid's amusement park rides during the summer after I graduated high school.
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