I just got off work and like I every night shift I get i'm scared shitless. The job I have right now, the building is haunted and of course I'm the only one there at night. Shit gets rattled, voices talking, and of course seeing the fucking ghost. Anyways, I'm wondering what is the worst job you've had to support the highly expensive lifestyle of skiing?
Gas station clerk. I was the only one running the whole gas station and if I needed to take a shit I would have to wait till the end of my shift or some asshole would drive off with free gas and if you let that happen you get canned. The fucking pos gas station had no cameras outside and to make matters worse the place has been held up at gun point before.
Working in a ski shop in college was probably the both best and worst at the same time. I'd spend my money on ski gear and beer and worked weekends, but would still get out on a day when nobody was at the mt and get fresh lines all day without any lift lines and with a shop pass.
Talk about a hard challenge right there. ... If you ever tried to ski when youíre wasted, itís not easy.
Fast food is shitty man, if you can, try and get a tipped position at a real restaurant, so much better, you get better pay, you get tips (which is HUGE) as well as just a nicer work environment.
I think that Schlopy was sent from the future by Newschoolers version 16.7, which has gained consciousness and decided to destroy skiing's past in order to win the style vs. Tech argument in the future.
You want a story? Alright well every time I work at night there is always a sense I'm not alone even though I am. And recently the ghosts have made their appearance to me, it's kinda sketchy ( they're really old ass ghosts they like wear clothes from the 1800's it looks like). And every now and then I get chills that run up my back because I can feel them standing behind me. Plus to top it off they talk in a soft raspy voice. #parafuckingnormal