Construction/Dry Wall: Years ago, a friend took me to the site he was working at. He was sort of a "buffed-out" guy and had no problem lifting the dry wall up and nailing. Back then there was no power nail gun, just a hammer and nail. He would put some dry wall nails in his mouth, lift up the dry wall, w/hammer in-hand as well, and nail it up. For, then fairly skinny me, I couldn't even get the dry wall up! We were on his job a couple of hours, but after trying to get that one piece of dry wall up and failing, I just watched him and talked. After that I knew I wasn't cut out for any kind of construction work. Drill Press: All I can say is, very dirty/oily area. Again, not for me. Steel Cutting: Same as drill press.........never again. Fence Building: Didn't last one day. Me and a posthole digger just didn't get along. Building/Fixing Pallets: Tried, didn't work. Pick-Up/Delivery Driver: Ok, but too boring. Warehouse: Ok, at first, but was sure glad to finally get involved with Purchasing and Inventory Control. Found out very quickly how much I would love office/computer work. What about you? Jobs you tried, didn't like/couldn't do and left?