The 14 Of The Weirdest Jobs In The World. I Wonder What #2 Pays.
Inventor and businessman Thomas A. Edison once said “there is no substitute for hard work.” But it seems that some jobs aren’t hard work at all, just plain odd.
Electro-shock givers in Mexico have both sides covered. For drinkers who want their buzz to last longer or those that feel they need to sober up, they pay up from $2 to $4 per shock.
Japan is notorious for jam-packed commutes. Train pushers ensure the most number of people are squeezed in to the train.
After the stress of being pushed on to the train like sardines, people can pay $1/hr to have a woman snuggle next to you. This trend has crossed borders as it’s also available in New York.
Pandas in captivity do not actually know how to mate. Leave it to their handlers to show them ‘panda porn,’ videos of panda having sex. Another thing the handlers do for the bears is to give the male viagra to help him last longer than the standard 30 seconds.
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