That was a question I had to answer today on a workamper application. I've never quite seen it expressed that way before. Matter of fact, I read and reread the question to make sure I understood it correctly.
WHO wrote this application?
So the pet python might not be a problem but otherwise I "require a park which accepts fur-bearing pets".
Is that the new politically correct term for our cats and dogs?
Next time I check into a campground, I can see the fur beginning...
Clerk: Size of your motorhome?
Me: 28 feet
Clerk: Number of nights?
Clerk: How many in your party?
Me: Two. One humanoid and one fur-bearing pet.
Should fur-bearing pet be shortened to FBP?
Or how about "furbet"?
So WHAT is this?
A fur-bearing pet?
A coat-wearing canine?
A fleece-lined fur-bearing faux-suede pet?
That reminds me...
Most parks require dogs to be kept on a six-foot leash at all times. Only problem is, some of Harley's leashes are 4 feet long and one is 5 feet long. If they catch me walking him on a leash less than 6 feet long, will we be in trouble?
Another application asked me for my last 7 addresses. I have no idea if they meant the last 7 addresses where I lived long enough to get mail or the last 7 campgrounds I stayed the night or what?
Did they realize that 99% of the applicants who apply for workamping positions live in their wheel estate fulltime and therefore move around more often than the general populace?
Then there was the permission for a CBC or a Criminal Background Check. This was for a unpaid volunteer temporary position for the government.
My thinking is most criminals tend to want to stay far far away from anything to do with any type of government.
Maybe I am wrong.
Maybe there are criminals with spare time on their hands just itching to volunteer their services.
Yes, I have time leftover after my nightly "Stop and Rob" or "Breaking and Entering" to volunteer my time working for free...