If you’re undecided about a career; can’t settle your vocation
Why not let your given name decide your occupation?
MIKE could be a singer or a compere in a club
SUE could be a litigation lawyer
MICK could be a barman, mick-sing cocktails in a pub
GRETA greets the guests out in the foyer
CATH could run a café - DINAH run a diner
DOUG could be a farmer or a gardener or a miner
BILL is an accountant - PENNY’s in the bank
While over in the Post Office, there is a job for FRANK
JACK could take up car repairs, that goes without saying
NEIL could be a vicar - though he’d have to take up praying
ANDREW is a handyman (but only if he’s ANDY)
ALEX could work on the beach if she’s ready to be SANDY
CLIFF could be a coastguard checking out our shores
ALAN is a keysmith helping people open doors
JUNIOR is aptly named to be a paediatrician
PHIL could be a dentist - and SEYMOUR an optician
PETE’s a horticulturalist - DAN could teach karate
ARTHUR could start teaching art (but only if he’s “ARTY”)
Over in the library there is a job for PAIGE
JIM’s a gym instructor (although Zumba’s all the rage)
BARBARA could be a barber, clipping curly locks
STEVE could be a stevedore helping DEREK at the docks
But what of IRIS, DAISY, POPPY, JASMINE, HEATHER, ROSE?
Are there really enough florist’s jobs to give to all of those?
What do you mean, “It’s a rubbish idea!”? Isay, “Bring it on!”
Though I may have to go to the USA for a job for a guy called JOHN.