Ok, what was your most enjoyable job experience that you have had throughout the years. It can be your fulltime job, a parttime job, your very first job, etc.. Again I will start off here.
I have to say that my all time favorite place to work was Disneyland, hands down. I worked several stints there, the most recent in 2000. But, I would have to say I had 2 really fun jobs that I will always cherish as a fond memory. The first one was as a Queen's Guard at the Queen Mary in the early 80's (part time jjob as I was going to CSULB - GO BEACH!!!). I got to wear the complete British uniform, along with the big Bearskin and recreated the changing of the guard for the tourists. Each of us had to stand 1 hour guard duties w/o moving and of course laughing either. Out of an 8 hour shift, I usually stood three 1 hour guard duties. The rest of the guards and bandsmen would go in the break/lounge room and play D&D until it was time to change the guard again. We had to try and talk with brisitsh accents too. This was a great job, but alas upper management decided to get rid of this tradition. what a shame.
My other part time job I loved was being a traiin/stagecoach bandit at Knotts Berry Farm. It was a blast robbing all the families/kids etc.. on the train and along the stagecoach route, before they changed that. I remember my supervisor was a guy named Larry Boroskin and his claim to fame was being an exact look a like to Avery Schriber (I think that's how you spell it), the actor who was famous for a potato chip commercial. A bunch of us bandits, after getting off work at night (during the summer months), would help security and patrol the tracks and knab all of the fence jumpers trying to get into the park for free. What a thrill. Man those were fun days.
Anyway, anyone else with interesting jobs??? PLease share with us.
Oh yes, I forgot, I also worked at the old Sunkist Citrus House, squeezing all of those oranges to make that fresh OJ for the consumption of our Disneyland guests.