The Irish Times: What’s Your Nightmare Job and Why?

Last week, I saw a tweet that told me to google my “Twitter name + published” because it can be surprising what comes up. Obviously I did, and I’m excited to report that on 9 Jan 2018 (finger on the pulse) I was quoted in an EXCELLENT article in The Irish Times – in the education section, no less – called 

What’s your nightmare job and why?

How on-brand? 

TV:
Worst Dressed Person at the Royal Show and
Women Who Drink Too Much

Newspaper:
What’s Your Nightmare Job and Why?

What comes next – an interview on body odour or an essay on how to be a crap wife? I should get paid for this stuff. So anyway, here’s my nightmare job (and why): 

“Plastics manufacture. The older I get, the more I want to tread lightly.”

– TM Upchurch, writer and EU scientist

but, seriously, forget me and check out THIS GUY

“Anything working with my hands. During a primary school parent-teacher meeting my folks were told “he’s a bright boy but he has hands like feet!”

– Andrew McDermott (job unspecified)

Andrew McDermott, the man who has hands like feet; Google is our friend. 

So go on, “[YOUR TWITTER NAME] + published” 

Go, go, go!

 
Image by Engin Akyurt 

Thank you for reading 😊