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How do you like to spend your life? What do you desire? what if money didn't matter? What if money was no object? What would you like to do if money were no object?
Work in a golf course pro-shop.
Bring the old board back.
2 chicks at once.
Overrated. Need more tongues than that.
Whatever the hell I wanted. So a lot of drinking, video games and masturbation. Well, I guess jerking off wouldn't be needed if I had unlimited funds. High end prostees everywhere.
Build custom bicycles, motorcycles, and vintage trucks/vans.
i would have the poor exterminated.
Huh? I'd rather be playing the golf course.
Guided hunts and fishing. Part time in a mom and pop sporting goods store.
I like this answer as well as another. But, I can't multi-quote, so I'll just give a +1 to this one.
Dental floss tycoon.
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Well clearly I would golf before and after my shift. Working in the shop simply allows for conversation with other golfers. It's like working in a bar, sure I rather drink, but interesting and yet menial bar conversation is rather fun.
This post was edited by GreenBullGreen 18 months ago
Are you saying people play golf without drinking?
Pretty much same here, but I would buy thousands of acres and just work on the land to make it perfect for hunting. Raise some some other animals to feed the family along with the game I harvest. So I guess I would just be a farmer that goes on hunting and fishing trips.
The world needs all types
Open up a doggie daycare/boarding kennel. Make a deal with the local animal control office that doesn't get adopted, provided it is not aggressive towards people/other dogs.
You should get an asian buffet on board as well.
Not at all. I'm saying I choose the pro shop because I still get the "goods" of the job while also enjoying the conversation of others who get the goods. Same as a bartender. The bartender undoubtedly partakes in the drinking,but is also allotted bar conversation with strangers which a normal patron may not be accustomed to. That normal everyday patron may be stuck with the people they came with, which is most likely the same people they drank with last night and the night before which leads to the same dull and boring conversations. Now if I choose to just golf everyday I will most likely be golfing with my same foursome everyday leading to the same conversations everyday over and over. If I'm the pro shop attendant however, I have new stories everyday from the strangers/golfers. That is until the golfers become too familiar and comfortable which will lead to the same shitty stories. I would then at this point leave the golf-shop-pro career and go into finance...then I would have lots of money.
Do the things Red Bull does (snowboard in Alaska, mountain bike in Utah, flying squirrel suit where ever they do that, etc.).
Trust me from first hand experience, conversations with other golfers is overrated. Most of them just bitch and have excuses about why they suck. What makes it worse is that they have no fucking clue about what they're talking about.
The only ones that are fun to have around are the ones who can laugh at themselves. They are few and far between.
You have $35??
I would have stayed on as a h.s. chemistry, physics and math teacher, but once I realized child care/baby sitters were making more per head per hour than I was, I moved into some more lucrative endeavors.
Real estate tycoon.
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