Hey pandas, I read your comments every day, but I barely know you. Amanda Panda leaves the funniest comments, Yvonne Bernal adds brilliant insights and additional info, and Hans never misses an opportunity to tell us what is wrong with each post. So let's break the ice by answering this simple question. What do you do for a living vs what would you do if money was no object?

#1

I'm the founder of Bored Panda, and I work as a chief editor. If money was no object, or I had lots of spare time I would create music. I've already been experimenting with FL Studio, and even bought a piano. I've created a couple of pieces on both, but I'd probably need a tutor to make something more advanced.

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Yvonne Bernal 1 year ago

I'm glad you founded Bored Panda. EVERY morning without fail, I have my morning coffee and come here to read (and comment). Mornings without BP are like no morning at all <3

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#2

I'd find that little rascal Waldo. Then I'd donate all my time to travel and help others. You truly learn most about yourself when you meet other people. Assisting animals would also be a high priority. I'm a big advocate for treating animals properly.

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Cassie 1 year ago

That poor Waldo, always getting lost in the crowd.

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#3

I'm working in the translation and localisation department for a video game company. Which kinda makes me proud because I love video games, and because when I look back at the times I was in mid. school some people telling me "games will give you no bread"... Bwahahahahha. Anyway, if I could, I'd devote my life to creating comic series, like, you know, the Japanese "mangaka" do. And I'd love to try some animation film directing as well. And voice acting too.

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Marina Burolo 1 year ago

You can do it and you will. I know it because you're so far achieved a lot. Big kiss from your big sister.

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#4

My husband and I have long had a dream of building a sort of halfway house with a farm for the poor and homeless. The farm would provide some of the food needed to run the facility. Homeless residents could work the farm while receiving career training and assistance. We had ideas such as homework assistance for resident children and an after-school program for local children who weren't homeless.

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Anna Brown 1 year ago

Wow 😲 you're amazing

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#5

I would start up a foundation helping children in foster care get the help they need, especially neglected children suffering with severe attachment disorders as these are often overlooked. I would also adopt many many many dogs who needed homes.

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Amanda Panda 1 year ago

I wish there were more people like you. It amazes me how easy it is to have a child and give a child away, and how hard it is to adopt one. There are so many good parents out there, who sadly cannot adopt for prejudices in society (same sex couples, single parents, etc). One parent's love is better than nothing but the system.

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#6

I would become a carpenter, open my woodworking shop and make incredibly symmetric furniture for OCD people.

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Roya Pearl 1 year ago

Yes! Symmetrical!

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#7

I would work on discovering time travel. Or inter-dimensional travel. (because i'm only 13) Or also i would go to college to be an Oncologist.

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Kipper Mcgee 1 year ago

Big dreams. Awesome.

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#8

I'm an elementary school teacher and if money was no object I would found a non-profit animal rescue such as Happy Animals Club, Animal Aid Unlimited or Hope for Paws. Ideally in every country of the world.
When I see an animal suffer, it breaks my heart.

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Amanda Panda 1 year ago

I would donate!

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#9

I would work for Nasa, because that's always been my dream, regardless of money or not.

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Laily F. Noor 1 year ago

Go get it, buddy! because you're amazing

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#10

As corny as this is going to sound, if money were no object, I would travel the world, not only to see gorgeous sites, but I've always wanted to visit children's hospitals, and make terminally ill kids laugh. Kind of a female version of Patch Adams if you will. Laughter is a Universal Language, and with all the pain in life and in the news these days, kids (and people) need to see the good, the fun, the humor, too.

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Hannah Hollowell 1 year ago

It didn't sound corny to me!