You’ve heard of the “wet” jobs of the construction industry, and that includes the ones where you get paid to sit in a dirty truck for days on end and then have your legs tied up to a chair, the way that construction workers have been doing for centuries.
The dirty jobs, it turns out, are a little more than that.
The term “dirty” comes from the fact that some people do them on purpose, but they’re mostly done on purpose for the purpose of making a profit.
A dirty job, in the case of a car wash, is when you pull the hood up and clean the windows, remove the radiator and install a new one, then drive away with the money.
You know, the usual.
So in the context of “Won