Despite the difficulty that comes with getting a job in today's economy, the set of skills that Clay Honeycutt has accumulated (in addition to his puppy dog eyes) make him a great candidate for a variety of serious careers. Since it looks like he'll be getting evicted from the Big Brother house this week, Clay will have to start thinking about what he's going to do with the rest of his life. A master's degree and a history in football, as well as reality television, open up a lot of opportunities for the young star. Here are just a few options that Clay Honeycutt will likely be able to find for himself once he has been evicted from the Big Brother house.
1. Underwear Model
Clay Honeycutt already has a history with modeling so it wouldn't be unheard of to hop back in front of the camera after his stint on Big Brother. He would probably make more money now that there is a market for people who want to see Clay shirtless.
2. Outback Steakhouse Commercial Star
It seems that Clay's favorite part of being in the Big Brother house was the prize of having an Outback Steakhouse dinner in the backyard after one of the BoB competitions. His passion for steak and blooming onions is strong, but Clay may have to work with a diction coach to make sure he doesn't mumble his lines.
Stripping is considered a very base pursuit, and unfortunately there isn't a lot of respect out there for strippers, but who is to say that Clay Honeycutt couldn't follow the Channing Tatum model of starting out as a stripper before becoming a Hollywood star? Besides, the dude's name is CLAY HONEYCUTT. As in he was molded from CLAY, he's sweet like HONEY, and he's CUTT like marble. That's the most male-strippery name in the English language aside from "Dick Johnson."
4. Professional Girlfriend Stealer
I'm not entirely sure that this is a profession that one can make money from. However, if there's anyone on earth who could make money doing this, it's Clay Honeycutt.
5. Sports Management Or Whatever
Sports Management is a very difficult and respectable career path, one that has a great deal of merit associated with it. He could end up being the Sales Representative for an NHL team, or a Community Relations Coordinator, maybe even a Senior Executive Recruiter! But, do we really want to live in a world where Clay Honeycutt isn't being used to his full, shirtless potential? Anyone can learn Sports Management if they try hard enough, but not everyone can achieve the perfect jawline.
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