I'm Feeling Lucky That These Jobs Don't Exist Anymore

I'm Feeling Lucky That These Jobs Don't Exist Anymore
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I know there are times when we all get frustrated with our present life and majorly with our job because we spend good 8-9 hours daily at our workplace. And over time we also get bored doing the same thing for a couple of years. However, what we don't understand is that we all are very lucky, and this includes each one of us because we aren't forced to do odd jobs which existed in the pre historic times

You'll be astounded to know what all people were forced to do in order to earn bread and butter back in the time. 

1. Women you're lucky now.

1. Women you're lucky now.

Because earlier there used to be a 'necessary women' wherein she had to empty the king's chamber pots. 

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3. A tough job it was. 

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4. WOW, what kind of job was this?

4. WOW, what kind of job was this?
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5. So freelancing started this way...
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6. I'm happy that I was born after the invention of computers. LOL.

6. I'm happy that I was born after the invention of computers. LOL.
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7. Instead of horse carriages, there were human carriages, 

7. Instead of horse carriages, there were human carriages, 
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They were the ones who lifted up carriages that held the rich and famous. They worked in teams of two or four to transport people but they were later replaced by horse carriages. 

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8. Bowling wasn't that funny in the earlier times
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Before mechanical pinsetters were insatlled people had to manually reset the pins. 

9. But indeed those cats were lucky, 

9. But indeed those cats were lucky, 
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In earlier days cats were delivered their food by a meat courier. The person used to take scraps of meat from slaughterhouses and then, delivered them door-to-door like a milkman.