"Why bother doing a job you hate? Why does anyone bother doing anything they don't want to do?'' she said.
"I used to do that, but I thought: `What the hell am I doing conforming to a job when I hate it?'''
So says 25 year old Simone Francis of Marrickville, who has had - we can't say "held" - 70 jobs in her short life, some of which she persisted with for, oooh, entire weeks. Mostly it sounds as if she has an attention span and get-out-of-bed phobia that runs on a three to five day cycle, making it tough to hold down a job.
Still, Ms Francis has sufficient synapses firing to understand that the problem is with her, not the jobs she attempts to undertake, however fleetingly:
"I realised there was something wrong with me after I was getting paid to be in the sun, spending most of the day looking at fish and turtles (as a snorkel guide on Hamilton Island) and I still didn't like it."
It took an entire week of snorkel guiding on Hamilton Island before Ms Francis declared herself bored.
But all is not lost, Ms Francis does have one interest: she is"addicted to travelling'', including jaunts overseas.
At least she excels at fiduciary management if she can stretch her $240 a week unemployment payment to paying for her travel addiction.
Why conform with the ninnies when you can stand in the other line with all of the other sheep, 'ey? Someone wake me up with all the non-conformers come up with an original thought, 'kay.