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A farm could be the worst place on earth.
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What's the worst job in history?
A slave on a sugar plantation.

Who uses farming tools?
Death and Satan.

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Garderobe pit cleaner.
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Definitely not, considering I live on 16 Acres.
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x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:

Definitely not, considering I live on 16 Acres. :D


Your farm has ghosts.
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I've bailed hay on a farm for extra money a few times. It's freaking terribly hard work that i never want to do again. AGREED
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Sir_jamesalot wrote:


x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:

Definitely not, considering I live on 16 Acres. :D


Your farm has ghosts.


But why are they PEOPLE WHO ARE ALIVE instead of those who have DIED? This House is like 160 Years old; MANY People HAVE Died in or near the House...So why am I seeing Family members who are Alive, instead of Zombies of unknown Origin?
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x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:


Sir_jamesalot wrote:


x-Cellar_Door-x wrote:

Definitely not, considering I live on 16 Acres. :D


Your farm has ghosts.


But why are they PEOPLE WHO ARE ALIVE instead of those who have DIED? This House is like 160 Years old; MANY People HAVE Died in or near the House...So why am I seeing Family members who are Alive, instead of Zombies of unknown Origin?


You expect me to know the answer to that?
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The worst job in history would be picking up cow poop.
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*recalls episodes of Dirty Jobs*

Rendering plant. Look it up.
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I've helped with the family farm in Oklahoma, they plant corn or soybeans and raise hogs, it wasn't too bad
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I dunno, my dad worked on a farm for some time since his family owned one and pretty much got spoilt rotten, driving the tractor just helped him pass his driving test on the first try, and he ended up being a very fair businessman who owns his own shop so I guess it's not the worst place on Earth. While it's not for me I'd imagine if it's all you'd have known since you were a child there'd be far worse things you could do.
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Doctor is the worst job. I could never do it. First off you are voluntarily subjecting yourself to possibly deadly diseases, and even if you're not you're putting someone's life in your hands and making decisions that, if you ask me, people shouldn't be making.

I'd be a terrible doctor. Even a doctor with a farm.

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Posted 9/24/14

MadameNoir wrote:

The worst job in history would be picking up cow poop.

It's just grass, dog poop is worse.
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Posted 9/24/14
What's the worst job in history?
Prostitute
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I disagree completely, although it's not for everyone farming is actually one of the best and most fulfilling jobs on earth - not to mention the single most important. There's a huge difference between slavery and/or indentured servitude and working for yourself on a piece of land that you own.

Worse jobs than farming: Anything to do with human waste, dead and decomposing bodies, or other such nastiness. Also, stuff like making leather, paper, soap, lots of necessary items that take some very harsh chemicals to create. Have you ever seen the conditions in the traditional leather curing 'factories' in the middle east? Using your bare feet to stomp on raw hides being soaked in lye and urine is definitely worse than working on a farm.
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