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What would you do if you didn't have to work?

Asked by La_chica_gomela (12557points) October 28th, 2008

or go to school, or to do anything in particular at all, ever. of course in this hypothetical question, you still can if you want to

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Lightlyseared's avatar

I’d still work. I love my job. Most days anyway

La_chica_gomela's avatar

lightly, i’m so intrigued! what do you do?

Lightlyseared's avatar

La Chica I’m a nurse

jrpowell's avatar

Woodworking. Yep, my dream is making high end furniture. I will finally have the space to do this in a few weeks. I am moving to Portland on the 10th of next month.

MrItty's avatar

Become a Tour Guide at Walt Disney World.

beverleybrooke's avatar

Work out more and spend more time with my family! Learn to surf.

AlfredaPrufrock's avatar

I would get a history degree, and travel domestically. There are so many places in the US that I would like to visit, and no time to do it in.

Malakai's avatar

Write, travel, not work…

mea05key's avatar

Provided that i have the money which is why i work… i will travel around the world, socialise more, accompany my family, and learn many new things . So many things that i look forward to do but there isnt much ideal time in the real world.

syz's avatar

Travel the world.

EnzoX24's avatar

Two chicks at the same time

qualitycontrol's avatar

reindeer games

jamjar's avatar

Die a very happy man

jlacombe's avatar

Have my own parrot shelter for those lost or abandoned bird

bodyhead's avatar

Sleep. I’d finally have a chance to.

asmonet's avatar

I’d rid myself of a permanent address and become a citizen of the world at large.

susanc's avatar

I already don’t have to work. I read, I write, I fluther, I garden, I paint, I sell art, I kayak, I re-putty the window panes, I manage my accidentally-acquired real-estate empire of 4 houses. If I could sell them at good prices, ha ha ha in this market, I too would travel the world, starting with a whisky tour of Scotland and the islands with my 80 year old neighbor.
But if I travel the world, who will take care of my beautiful sweet dog and my beloved exceptionally-intelligent kitty? who will love my little granddaughter the way only a grandmama can do it?

Yep, life is rough when you get old and have good health and enough money.

Your plutocratic friend,
Susan Hussein Christian

Nimis's avatar

Still do the same.
But probably with really erratic hours.

stratman37's avatar

I’d play with my kids (more), and give my wife the attention she deserves.

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