Driving a city bus
Tired. Too much sensory input. Too much routine.
Interviewing on the telephone
I could do this if the questions were at least somewhat interesting and sparked conversation.
Cleaning an office building
Bored, anxious. Eager to go home, lie down and read.
Keeping inventory of a storage hall
If I'm doing the initial inventory of the storage hall, I could handle it -- at least there's an end in sight. But keeping inventory as things come in and go out...blah.
Offering product samples in the mall
Oh god, blow my brains out! Everyone hates these people (if they're the ones who yell out to passersbys). If people approach me, and I genuinely like the product I'm allowing them to sample and can give them advice and consultation, then I wouldn't mind it much for one day.
Filling candy machines
I don't want to lift things, I don't want to tinker with shoving the candy in. If one piece didn't stand up correctly, after the second machine I would start breaking the candy in half and freaking out on the machine. Ugh.
Writing data from papers to a database
As in data entry? Sure, I can do that and have done that. I can make a game out of it, challenge myself to type it as fast as I can and enter everything efficiently. Also, you kind of get into a rhythm and you can totally daydream while entering the data. That's nice.
Assembling simple products
Same as above. If it allows me to zone out and/or make a game out of it, I can do it for awhile.
Driving a city bus Totally drained.
Interviewing on the telephone I'd hate it. The idea of calling random people up and trying to sell them stuff is almost exactly what I would hate to do.
Cleaning an office building Tired, but at least I'd actually get some I time...
Keeping inventory of a storage hall Sheesh! So much to do! Too bad I'm not a J. It wouldn't be TOO bad, but I wouldn't like it.
Offering product samples in the mall Gawd no... I'd hate to do things as people-intensive as that. Ask an EF.
Filling candy machines Yum! Candy! I'd like that, actually. Menial, yes, but it brings happiness I knew when I was a child.
Writing data from papers to a database Perhaps. Depends a lot on the type of input it needs.
Assembling simple products Simple ones are easier than complex ones. But it is repetitive, and probably boring.
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