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Friday, January 30, 2009

Some More Fake Jobs

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A little humor at the end of a LONG week!

Here are 5 more 'fake jobs' you can try on women that ask that ever-so-inappropriate 'What do you do?' question:

1. Professional gefilte fisherman;

2. World's tallest midget;

3. Elbow model;

4. Used idol salesman;

and if she is REALLY pushy...

5. I fill creme donuts.

Enjoy!

Alexander Stone & Stephen David
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Online Dating Edge / Approach Dynamics

4 comments:

Gina said...

i TELL GUYS I'M A DRUG DEALER.... I'M A PHARMACEUTICALS REP!

Alex said...

'Ethnic Cleanser' - You might want to think twice about using this with certain minority groups, however. They might misinterpret your job helping people of certain nationalities with their bathing skills for something else.

Denise in Silicon Valley said...

I artificially inseminate monkeys for a biotech firm.

Alicia said...

Um, a man's level of income is really, really, really important. Most self-respecting woman don't want to waste their time with a man who isn't an ambitious high-earner, and that's why asking "What do you do?" is a completely fair question. It helps us weed out the undateable guys.

Now, before you accuse me of being shallow, a few entries back you chastised women for hiding/ lying about their size and physical appearance. How is this any different? Most guys aren't interested in obese girls, and most girls aren't interested in men who don't earn a lot of money. Poor men are just as undesirable to women as fat women are to men. Sorry if it sounds shallow, but it's not. Nobody wants a lazy partner. We have just as much of a right to choose attractive and worthy partners as you do.

Your income is the single most important piece of info women care about, so have some respect for us by being straightforward about your ability to earn a living or not so we can make an informed decision about your dateability before you make us waste time on you. If you tried any of these snappy comebacks with me, I'd assume you were trying to hide the fact you're unemployed, and I wouldn't consider you as a potential match, and you'd have missed out. Show me you can earn, and then you get the date.

Instead of coming up with witty ways to dodge the "what do you do?" question, why not try a little harder in life? If you had a career you were proud of, you probably wouldn't find the "What do you do?" question quite as "inappropriate!"