By Guessmyproffhatesme - / Tuesday 13 December 2016 19:54 /
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By  species4872  |  19

Just be glad you haven't become the practical part of the exam.

By  WCARlover  |  34

Genuinely curious, how did you come to the point of wanting to be a funeral director? I think that's one of the last jobs that would want personally, I just feel like it would be depressing. But that's obviously just my own opinion, not saying I'm right and you're wrong by any means. Just wondering what drew you in

  luther48  |  20

I'm sure it can also be very rewarding. You're helping families get thru the worst times in their lives. Although you know nothing can replace their loved one, you're making their last memories of the deceased nice and you're their to comfort those in need.

  Eivana  |  34

Well, I know some boys who were just born into that kind of family. It makes good money and they get lots of work, obviously. They don't always have to choose, some are kinda trained to do it from very young and maybe choose to do it because they decided to stick with what they know.

By  species4872  |  19

Just be glad you haven't become the practical part of the exam.

By  PennyLane27  |  30

Maybe everybody's exam is personalized like that. It could be a good weeding out tool. Someone could be smart enough to get the answers right, but if they freak out seeing their own name associated with death, they may not be cut out for that line of work.


Today, I went to work with a splitting headache, after being ridiculed for calling out with a migraine previously. It was only after I started vomiting blood at my work station that management decided I could go home. FML

By Anonymous - / Thursday 27 April 2017 00:01 / United States
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