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3 comments

  1. meetme · May 11, 2017

    Imagine you get a real offer of a job. If you accept the job, this is what you get with the contract.

    -You get a new build house, all completely furnished. You do not need to pay for the insurance, rent, tax, gas, electric, nothing. All you pay for is food
    -If you have a car, all your fuel, m.o.t. insurance ect is all paid for
    -Any college or university courses are paid for

    However your job is this…
    The contract is from a company that makes slime for T.V. shows and moves. (Slime is a very very very messy green liquid. You cant buy it n shops. Slime is the stuff poured over people on T.V. usually when they lose on a T.V. show)

    In the new house, is a basement, converted so you can work from there. In there are 20 big slime tanks. Your job is to stand in each one, and press the button and get slimed. The slime will pour all over you for around 2 minutes.
    -You have to do this to all 20.
    -The slime will be slightly different in each one. Some may feel like a gel, some may feel like lube, some may feel like PVA glue, some may feel like snot, some may be watery and some may be lumpy.
    -You have to review each one and explain how it felt, how messy it was and how easy it was to shower off fro m the skin. You do all this via E-mail.
    Sometimes there will giant vats full of slime and you would have to litually get into the slime and dunk yourself under/swim around etc.
    The only rules are…

    -You have to do 20 a week. Each week for 2 years. Even if you do them all in one day, as long as you do 20 a week its fine.
    -You have to do each one wearing as little as you feel comfortable wearing, as you have to test how it feels on the skin.

    At the end of the week the company comes to wash all the slime away and re-fill the tanks ready.

    If you do this, you get £5,000 a month, for two years.
    Do you do it or pass? And why?

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    • TheInfamousBoatFeet · May 11, 2017

      Interesting question. I mean yes, I would 100% agree to that. The only real downside would be that it would limit holidays as you’d have to be back every week to do the slime testing but other than that I see no downside whatsoever. I would have a nice car, a nice house and I could fund my own PhD at university since it would be getting paid for. I wouldn’t be spending more than £1000 a month so in two years I’d have saved up £96,000 which means I could basically do whatever I wanted after those two years. Even the holiday issue could be overcome because flights wouldn’t be an issue since i’d be earning so much money so I could just fly away for a few days with no real thought to the price.

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  2. ananonymousoutsider · November 19, 2015

    I love the quote that you used here, as well as the attitude that welcomes opposing views. Welcome!

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