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  • 1. Strange occupations Kristiina Feodorov
  • 2. And the occupations are:
    • Town Crier
    • 3. Jester
  • 4. More...
  • 10. And more...
  • 17. Well, these too...
    • Haemorrhoid cream researcher
    • 18. Chicken sexer
    • 19. Cirtrus fruit dyer
    • 20. Hair boiler
    • 21. Fortune cookie writer
    • 22. Professional whistler
  • 23. Got tired already?
  • 29. A town crier
    • Makes announcements in the streets
    • 30. Handbell
    • 31. Red and gold robe, white breeches, black boots and a tricorne hat
    • 32. " Oyez , Oyez, Oyez!"
    • 33. In Medieval England were the chief means of news communication
    • 34. Many town criers were women
    • 35. Holland a gong, France a drum or a hunting horn
    • 36. World Championships
  • 37. A jester
    • Came into popularity in the Middle Ages
    • 38. Cap ’n’ bells
    • 39. Wore brightly colored clothes and eccentric hats in a motley pattern.
    • 40. Entertainment included music , juggling , clowning , and the telling of riddles
    • 41. Mentally handicapped people sometimes found employment
    • 42. Could frankly speek on controversial issues
    • 43. Came to an end in Britain when Charles I was overthrown in the Civil War (1642-1651)
  • 44. Why not?
    • Moral values
    • 45. They wouldn't want me
    • 46. Who would?
    • 47. Other excuses I come up with
  • 48. Thank you for listening! not
  • 49. Sources:
    • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fluffer
    • 50. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_occupations
    • 51. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dominatrix
    • 52. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Food_taster
    • 53. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jester
    • 54. http://www.socyberty.com/Work/Eight-Weird-Jobs.245299
    • 55. http://shazgood.wordpress.com/2007/12/12/top-20-weird-jobs/
    • 56. http://www.jobprofiles.org/library/guidance/weird-jobs.htm
    • 57. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crier