At school, college or university everyone asks what you dream of doing with your life, and it can be so overwhelming to try and decide what you actually want to become.

I mean, how are you supposed to know what you're going to be good at from such a young age? It can lead some people into feeling lost, as if there is nothing out there for them. And to be honest, I used to relate to that feeling.

Well, that was until I heard about a job where I got to eat Christmas dinner every day. Yup, you read that right. Every damn day. Well, actually as frequently as I'd like. Do I sound like I'm dreaming? Probably, but this is the real deal, because Toby Carvery is advertising on LinkedIn for someone to be its mystery Christmas dinner diner.

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An advert for the job reads: "Are you the ultimate Christmas dinner fan? Would you enjoy one every day if you could?

"And what if you didn't have to pay a penny to do that?

"Well, that could soon become a reality as we're looking for festive feast lovers to do exactly that, in the run up to the 25th. Yes, this could be the best job in the world."

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It continues: "Toby Carvery, the home of the roast, is searching for a new member of the team as an official mystery Christmas Dinner Diner.

"This role will be key in helping Toby perfect and launch new products across the UK, at this important time of year.

"A successful candidate will join the Toby team in the run up to Christmas, to taste, discuss and pass opinion on the festive range of food and drink.

"We want them to visit as many different Tobys, as many times as they want."

Someone sign me up ASAP.

Christmas dinner lovers up and down the country must embrace this unique opportunity. It could be your calling in life.

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Claire Reid

Claire Reid is a journalist at LADbible. Claire graduated from Liverpool John Moores University with a BA in journalism. She’s previously worked at Trinity Mirror. Since joining LADbible, Claire has worked on pieces for the UOKM8? mental health campaign, the Yemen crisis, life in the Calais Jungle as well as a profile of a man who is turning himself into a cyborg.

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