Sure wanna be:
A subtle wink is allowed, but try not to drool…»
Ok fess up
: you're a bit of a voyeur. No biggie, because there's a job created just for you. Window cleaner. The cleaner the window, the better the view.
Of course, skyscrapers have the best views. Not only from the inside out, but also from the outside in. Whereas people in terraced houses expect to be looked at through the window, people in skyscrapers usually do not. Hence, they tend to be a bit less careful about how – or even if
– they are dressed. That's where you
Not literally of course. You can never really come inside. Window cleaners are sorta allowed
to watch, as long as they stay at a reasonable distance and keep their cool. In fact, you'd better start practising keeping your cool
right now. Aim for the "James Bond" look — shaken, but not stirred. A subtle wink is allowed, but try not to drool
Also, try not to drop in on acts of violence or other criminal behaviour. As the action series "The Strip" recently pointed out, being a window cleaner in the wrong place at the wrong time can lead to a bad case of pancake-ness. So, if you're a first-class thrill-seeker, cleaning windows of mobsters in highrise buildings, then please wear a base-jumper's parachute.
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