10 Jobs Where “Take Your Daughter to Work Day” is Just Wrong
Today is the annual “Take your daughter to work” day. In the spirit of today, we’d like to remind our readers of a few jobs where this may not be the best idea.
“Honey, don’t pay attention to mommy. I’m really having a bad time out there, even though it looks like I’m having the time of my life. I’m just a really good pretender. And I am pretty sure none of those men are your daddy.”
After working on job sites, we can say there are few people in this world you want to keep your daughters from than a dirty construction worker. Not all construction workers are bad, but it only takes one disgusting apple to ruin the bunch.
We know plenty of accountants, and they all say the same thing: There are few more boring jobs. Are you sure this is the picture you want your daughter to have of mommy or daddy?
Candy Store Shop Owner
We know what you’re saying? Wouldn’t this be the best job ever to bring your daughter to?
It’s a good idea until Chester needs to come in and “resupply.” Or until you get busy with customers and your little pumpkin eats 2 pounds of candy corn and gummy worms. Good luck dealing with that.
Have you ever had to pee so bad that you were forced to use a truck stop bathroom off Interstate 81? We have. And we pray that any daughters we may have in the future never experience that.
Bringing your daughter around that much meat will never have a happy ending. That’s what she said.
Sure, it’s an honorable job and all kids want to be police and firemen. But when you’re arrested a strung out crackhead at 2 p.m., We’re not sure you want your daughter interacting with such a specimen.
There’s a reason why the “birds and the bees” is a conversation rather than a hands-on learning experience. No need to shock your kids, leave it to the professionals. A.k.a. Family Life Instructor.
Two words your daughter doesn’t need to know exist: Casual encounters.