1. By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies .This website or its third-party tools use cookies, which are necessary to its functioning and required to achieve the purposes illustrated in the cookie policy.Find out more.
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Follow Casinomeister on Twitter | Facebook | YouTube | Casinomeister.us US Residents Click here! |  Svenska Svenska | 
Dismiss Notice
REGISTER NOW!! Why? Because you can't do diddly squat without having been registered!

At the moment you have limited access to view most discussions: you can't make contact with thousands of fellow players, affiliates, casino reps, and all sorts of other riff-raff.

Registration is fast, simple and absolutely free so please, join Casinomeister here!

people really get paid to do these jobs

Discussion in 'The Attic' started by GGW Laurie, Mar 10, 2008.

    Mar 10, 2008
  1. GGW Laurie

    GGW Laurie Dormant account

    Self Employed
    In the Beautiful South !!
    1. Breath odor evaluator
    What they do: Odor judges smell nasty morning breath or breath insulted with strong scents, like garlic or coffee. They rate the breath on a scale from one to nine, one being the worst. To test odor-reducing products like gum or mouthwash, they smell the breath again and assign it a new rating. :eek:

    2. Diener
    What they do: Prepare cadavers for the pathologist before autopsies are performed in hospitals.:eek:

    3. Ribbon candy puller
    What they do: After a heated combination of sugar, corn syrup, water and coloring agent has cooled, batches of different colors are laid out side by side. Someone then pulls the candy thin until its about an inch wide. The final product is a multicolored hard candy.

    4. Ocularist
    What they do: In short, they paint artificial eyes. It sounds easier than it is, since as with real eyes, no two are exactly the same.

    5. Flatulence smell-reduction underwear maker
    What they do: Create underwear that protects against bad human gas for people who suffer from gastrointestinal problems. The underwear is made with various materials and filters to help remedy hydrogen sulfide gases, the main offender in foul smells.:eek:

    6. Beer tester
    What they do: Taste and spit out beer all day to approve new and existing flavors.:D:D

    7. Crack filler
    What they do: Using a silicone sealant, they repair the wear and tear inflicted on monumental structures, like Mount Rushmore.

    8. Ball tester
    What they do: Assess basketballs, footballs, volleyballs and soccer balls for air-retention, inflation, roundness, weight and reboundability.

    9. Video game tester
    What they do: For eight hours a day, five days a week, a group of males and females of all ages play video games. They repeat levels, games and characters, looking for any bugs and/or glitches in the software. :thumbsup:

    10. Tampon tester
    What they do: Check all sizes of tampons for absorbency and cord strength in accordance with Food and Drug Administration standards. Most testers check up to 125 pieces per day.:eek::eek2:

    11. Gold reclaimer
    What they do: Scour old teeth for fillings, melting the gold from them with broken gold jewelry into tiny gold pellets, which are then resold to jewelers.

    12. Dog sniffer
    What they do: Once a week, they analyze the odor of dogs' breath to test the effect of the animals' diet on their teeth. Breath is graded on a scale of zero to 10 and is categorized as sweaty, salty, musty, fungal or decaying.:eek:

    13. Potato chip inspector
    What they do: Search for overcooked or clumped chips to discard as they come down the assembly line.

    14. Porta-potty servicer
    What they do: Like regular restrooms, portable toilets need maintenance, too. Once a week, service workers clean these single-stall facilities to achieve certain standards of sanitation.

    15. Barbie dress designer
    What they do: Fashion designers at Mattel Toys, the company behind Barbie, create hundreds of new styles for Barbie and her ever-expanding entourage.

    16. Wax figure maker
    What they do: Mold wax to create figures, often for, but not limited to, the human form. Figures are often made in the likeness of people who have achieved historical or celebrity recognition.

    17. Safecracker
    What they do: When combinations are lost or forgotten, safecrackers use their ears and fingers to open the safe.

    18. Wig maker
    What they do: Put simply, they make wigs, but the process is anything but simple. First, wig makers create a plastic model of the wearers head and hairline, and then they transfer the mold onto a padded canvas similar to the clients general head size, covering it with wig lace. Using a needle, they knot and pull thousands of hairs, one by one, through the mesh cap. Once all the hairs are in place, the wig is styled to the wearers preference.

    19. Paper towel sniffer
    What they do: Paper towel manufacturers prefer their products to be odorless before, during and after their use. Naturally, paper towel sniffers ensure that once a paper towel is used, there is no noticeable scent.:what:

    20. Foley artist
    What they do: Use whatever they can find to create and record the noises used to make the sound effects in films, like heavy footsteps, rolling thunder or creaking doors.

Share This Page