Eyes front ... not a thread about women! When I meet people and they find out that I used to clear landmines and explosive ordnance for a living they seem to think I lack an elevator that reaches the top floor. They usually say that they couldn't do that for a living and that I must be either a loon or incrediably brave. Neither really as I have a piece of paper that discharged me from psychiatric care and I don't have a single brave bone in my body. Yes, what I did was an unusual job and yes it meant working in a hazardous environment. But for me (and all those that did the same work) it was just a technical job which could be challenging. So that got me thinking; what would I do, what wouldn't I do and what couldn't I do as employment. For me it's: Do Do (do dont dey): Demining/EOD Technical Advisor Would Do: Sub aqua diving instructor, photographer, llama farmer, writer, David Attenboroughs job, sex therapist. Wouldn't Do: PCSO, traffic warden, H&S advisor, politician, army, RN, RAF. Couldn't Do: Firefighter, deep sea fisherman, police officer, prison officer, work in a hospital, para medic, scaffolder, chiropodist. There's a few ... probably a load more but I need to think about. So what are yours .... bearing in mind it's in the NAAFI so if you could do 'female underclacker gusset adjustment specialist' go for it!