15 Normal Things That These Beauties are GUARANTEED NOT To Do

"What? Me, sweep the driveway? No way!"
This might be the reply you get if you were to ask one of the beautiful girls as seen on this hub. And I cannot blame them. They have "paid their dues," by working a dead-end jobs on dangerous night-shifts to earn enough money to pay for modeling-lessons and still put a roof over their heads. A tough task, if you ask me.

This attitude of "not doing" certain things, believe it or not, is not the beauties being uppity, but a personal pride that comes with working their way from the area conveience store to the catwalk where they earn their huge bucks.

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Do you agree or disagree with the things these girls won't do?

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  • Not on your life
  • I will be glad to test them to find out
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But sweeping the driveway is not the ONLY meager task that these girls shy away from

And after some careful research, I learned several various tasks that we all do on a daily-basis, but these beauties and most-all models and beautiful girls in general, will not touch. I suppose that there is a principle there, but I cannot bring it to focus at this time.

But, as long as there is "understanding" of a certain subject, that in itself is a starting-point and that is a positve step in my view.

Now for your educational enjoyment are

15 Things That These Beauties are GUARANTEED NOT To Do

  1. Helping pork producer slop his hogs.
  2. Picking cotton (by hand) to help an elderly cotton farmer.
  3. Working long shifts at a seasonal produce stand.
  4. Washing cars, not to raise money for a charity, but as a favor to a stranger.
  5. Sweeping the sidewalks (on a cold winter day) that surround her courthouse.
  6. Selling vacuum cleaners door-to-door
  7. Giving mules and goats a weekly-bath along with hair grooming.
  8. Working the breakast shift (4 a.m. until 10 a.m.) for a nearby Hardees.
  9. Helping shuck and get the silk off of fresh garden corn.
  10. Do voice-overs for characters on a televison ad for children's cookies.
  11. Dress in a chicken suit and hand-out flyers for a new fried chicken restaurant.
  12. Working on the Gulf Coast in Alabama as an oyster-shucker
  13. Picking-up litter in an interstate rest stop six days a week.
  14. Be a housekeeper--cleaning, vacuuming, dusting, six days a week.
  15. Being an orderly at the local hospital.

To close, a warm hello to: Mary615; BreakfastPop; Au fait; Skye2Day, and all of my cherished followers.


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The Examiner-1 2 years ago

Even though it was amusing at times, I thought this was impressive. I am not saying that I am the type who would have done everything on that list myself, but I would not want a models life (male model). I voted up, shared and pinned it.

Kevin


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srsddn 2 years ago from Dehra Dun, India

quite interesting, kennethavery. Thanks for sharing your beautiful thoughts.


sheilamyers 2 years ago

You picked some of the nastiest jobs and, to tell the truth, I wouldn't even do any of those things. I know someone has to do them, but it's not going to be me.


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Dear sheilamyers,

LOL! Only you could get clean away with your hilarious comment. I was hoping my cherished followers could see the contrast in one of these women dressed in heels and such, stepping in mud, whining worse than the pigs, trying to feed them.

I guess I needed to work for National Lampoon. What a job.

Thanks for making me smile.


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Dear sheilamyers,

LOL! Only you could get clean away with your hilarious comment. I was hoping my cherished followers could see the contrast in one of these women dressed in heels and such, stepping in mud, whining worse than the pigs, trying to feed them.

I guess I needed to work for National Lampoon. What a job.

Thanks for making me smile.


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

srsddn,

Thank you and you are welcome.

I appreciate your time, reading, and leaving me such a nice comment.

Peace.


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Thank you much . . .The Examiner-1,

for such a nice remark.

A model's life? Thank you for just giving me another hub to write as a personal viewpoint about what you said.

God bless you richly.


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Shyron E Shenko 2 years ago

I have slopped the hogs, I have picked cotton. (Yes in Alabama, see Mama and the Prowler) but I understand where you are coming from, these girls most of them do not believe in working for a living, and I don't believe that modeling is working.

Voted up, UI and shared.

Bless you my friend.


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rebeccamealey 2 years ago from Northeastern Georgia, USA

Well, they probably work pretty hard at not working. Funny article, a quick, fun read. Good job!


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

rebeccamealey,

Thank you so much for liking my shorter article. Loved your remark that these girls work hard and not working.

LOL. Thanks and have a great Monday.


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

Dear Shron,

Wow! Now I am "over the top" being in awe of youi and I am NOT just saying this. You have slopped hogs and picked cotton? In Alabama?

My dear friend, you have my undying admirattion.

Off the record, I agree with you about modeling and working.

I admit that it takes discipline to learn how to walk the model walk.

And talk out of the back of your mouth.

Thanks so much for your input. Have a great Monday and come back to see me.


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

@ Shyron. Sorry to misspell your name.

@ rebecca, and you too, come back to see me anytime you like.


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vkwok 2 years ago from Hawaii

Interesting hub, Kenneth.


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kenneth avery 2 years ago from Hamilton, Alabama Author

vkwok,

Thank you so kindly for being so nice. You are very-appreciated. Have a careful day.

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