Hein (fub) wrote,

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At parties, people spend an inordinate amount of time talking about their jobs. Sure, your job defines who or what you are for a large extent (you spend half of your waking day at your job), but what about the other half?
People hold jobs out of necessity. Ask the next person who says that their work is their hobby whether they would do it if they would not get any money off it.

But people have hobbies by choice. What hobbies you have says so much more about you than your job. And weirdly enough, it hardly ever comes up as a topic of conversation.
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