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The 10 Most Scariest Jobs…

10) Parent.

There are more parental jobs in the United States than you can count. But being a parent makes people nervous for well…pick a reason. There are so many.

9) Stand-Up Comedian.

40 percent of Americans are afraid of public speaking. So it only makes sense that those people would also be deathly afraid of performing in public whether it’s as a comedian or some other form of entertainment.

8) Radio, Cellular, and Tower Equipment Technicians.

Do you have a fear of heights? Well then this job is definitely not for you. I personally couldn’t imagine spending my days strapped to the top of a giant structure trying to install expensive, high tech equipment.

7) Mortician.

I think it’s telling of the real fears of Americans that this job is so far down the list. Nevertheless it is a pretty creepy job to have, especially if you’re afraid of zombies. The morticians are always the first ones to go in zombie movies.

6) Animal Trainer.

This one might depend a bit on which animals you’re trying to train. I think it’d be less terrifying to train puppies, than it would be to train sharks or tigers. Then again, maybe not much if you have allergies.

5) Crime Scene Investigator.

For this job most people say they’re afraid of the blood, and the disappointment of telling people that the job is nothing like it is on TV.

4) Kindergarten Teacher.

I totally understand this one. Have you ever seen a room full of kindergartens that wasn’t in, or near total chaos? These teachers are the bravest among us. Not to mention all those little kid germs. Yuck.

3) Security Guard At Teen Pop Concerts.

People say that this job scares them because of the fear of being stampeded by hoards of screaming tweens. I also share this fear.

2) Microbiologist.

One word explains why people are afraid of this job: Ebola.

1) Politician.

Yes, being a politician is the scariest job to have in America. I suppose it’s not hard to see why. It’s the perfect storm of the fear of public speaking, rejection, and a huge level of accountability. Yeah thanks, but no thanks.

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The Cast Of “Grease” Then and Now

John Travolta as Danny Zuko

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Fun fact: Before Travolta landed the role of Danny, producers wanted to cast Henry Winkler in the part. Winkler turned down the role because it was too similar to his iconic character, Fonzie, on Happy Days.

Olivia Newton-John as Sandy Olsson

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Fun fact: In the stage version of Grease, Sandy’s last name is actually Dumbrowski, and she isn’t from Australia (she’s American). When Newton-John (who is Australian) was cast in the role, Sandy’s nationality (along with her last name) were changed to tailor the role more to her.

Stockard Channing as Rizzo

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Fun fact: Channing was the oldest of the “teenage” cast members: She was 33 years old during filming.

Barry Pearl as Doody

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Fun fact: John Travolta actually played Doody in the first national stage tour of Grease.

Dinah Manoff as Marty Maraschino

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Fun fact: Manoff went on to star on the successful Golden Girls spin-off Empty Nest.

Jamie Donnelly as Jan

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Fun fact: Donnelly also played Jan in the Broadway production of Grease.

Kelly Ward as Putzie

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Fun fact: Ward has gone on to have a successful career in television animation as a writer and voice director.

Eddie Deezen as Eugene Felnick

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Fun fact: With only two lines, Deezen had the fewest lines of any actor in the movie.

Susan Buckner as Patty Simcox

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Fun fact: During filming, Buckner dated co-star Jeff Conaway (Kenickie).

Lorenzo Lamas as Tom Chisum

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Fun fact: In order to get the role, Lamas was asked to dye his dark brown hair blond to avoid looking like a T-Bird. He was also the only actual teenager in the film; he was 19 during filming.

Didi Conn as Frenchy

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Fun fact: Conn was the only actor (excluding the actors who played the teachers and school administrators) to reprise her role inGrease 2.

Jeff Conway, who played Kenickie, sadly passed away in 2011. RIP Kenickie.

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19 Halloween Costumes That Will Make You Go W.T.F?



Ronald McDeathnote


Sexy Flexing … Orthodox … Jews?


Warrior Maxi Pad


Baby Murdered Rat




Uhh … sexy … bacon?




Really Excited To Trick Or Treat Baby


Anna Rexia


Mobile Phone


That “Swaggy” Tattoo Justin Bieber Gave To That Dude


Human Centipede


Actual Douche Bag


Nicolas Cage




World War II Evacuee




Canine Heroes Of Fast Food






Look Upon Ye And Despair


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