Being crushed by obese women is definitely the weirdest job I have ever heard of, and though it pays so well, you should never try this.
But you can try the following 15 odd jobs, like a bingo manager or a sommelier. Many odd jobs like these actually pay much more than you could imagine.
This one is exactly what it sounds like: Picking up golf balls from the bottom of a golf course’s water hazards.
2.Sex Toy Tester: $39,000
Manufacturers employ people working from home to, ahem, “test” out the equipment.
3.Professional Snuggler: $60 dollars per hour
Not to be confused with prostitution, snugglers simply give you a good snuggle for up to 90 minutes. For overnight snuggle sessions, the client is encouraged to bring their own snacks and entertainment.
4.Food Stylist: $33,000 – $58,000
If becoming a Master Chef is not in the cards for you, then this may be the next best thing. Food stylists come in after the food is prepared and make it look like a delectable work of art.
5.Pet Food Taster: $40,000
Pet food tasters make sure that the food our furry friends eat has a good flavor and contains all of the ingredients listed on the label.
Embalmers prepares a person’s body for burial, and makes sure the deceased looks as attractive and life-like as possible. Not the most glamorous job, but the pay isn’t too shabby.
7.Master Sommelier: $80,000
These wine connoisseurs are tasked with helping a restaurant pair meals with the right type of wine. A major plus: getting to taste-test wine all day. Hard to beat that as a perk.
8.Paper Towel Sniffer: $19,000 – $52,000
While the title sounds completely made up, it is a real job. Paper towel companies don’t want their products to have any distinct odor, whether good or bad, so they need people to do a sniff test for them.
9.Water Slide Tester: $30,000
Does it really get any better than this? These guys and gals travel around the world riding water slides all day long, then take a break by heading for the roller coasters.
10.Face Feeler: $25 dollars per hour
Another job that’s just like it sounds,the face feeler simply feels the faces of people who are trying new skincare products. This allows companies to learn how well their products work.
11.Bed Tester: $53,000
If you’re a naturally lazy person, this might be just the job for you. A typical workday consists of laying down on beds, all day long, to determine how comfortable they are.
12.Wrinkle Chasers: $19,000 – $49,000
Wrinkle chasers have a simple task, but one that pays fairly well. They iron out the wrinkles on shoes, using just a hand iron and a hot air dryer.
13.Crime Scene Cleaner: $50,000
If you don’t mind spending time around blood and corpses, this might just work for you. Crime scene cleaners go to work at crime scenes, after police have gathered all the evidence.
14.Sewer Inspector: $34,000 – $61,000
Sewer inspectors claw their way through water, feces and sometimes rats, looking for cracked or clogged pipes and passageways.
15.Personal Shopper: $25,000 – $100,000
Personal shoppers aid those of us who are slightly fashion-impaired. They work with their clients to pick out the clothing that best suits them.