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Bizaare things you have done to get easy cash
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Posted 8/25/11 , edited 8/25/11
Well, Here I am again... just want to share that yesterday my dad visited a friend's grave... so yeah, he died because he was shot and his wife is chinese, so my dad said that the woman was searching for people who will cry for his husband during the wake, and my dad is asking me if I know anyone who would want to do that... He said that you just have to cry for like two hours and that's it.. and if you're good enough most of the chinese families will hire you...

So basically, this is all about stuff that you would do or have done to get easy cash.... want to share???

This forum is in no way done to meant offence to anyone, you could delete it if there's something like this one...



These are girls who cry for money... they're called crying ladies... It's a movie...
Posted 8/25/11
Mourning professionally has been a career for a long time, dating back to the ancient Egyptians, quite possibly further than that,
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Posted 8/25/11
That's pretty bizaare. You know what's even more bizaare? working for no money

volunteering

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FlyinDumpling wrote:

That's pretty bizaare. You know what's even more bizaare? working for no money

volunteering



I agree.
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Posted 8/25/11
Does going paintballing in a speedo count as bizarre. My friend bet me I wouldn't last the day between the pain and the cold.
Posted 8/25/11

Vega66 wrote:


FlyinDumpling wrote:

That's pretty bizaare. You know what's even more bizaare? working for no money

volunteering



I agree.


You are both childish. Volunteering is one of the most honorable jobs out there. Especially if you're working for a cause.

I have never heard of people mourning for cash. I've never done anything strange at all for money. I know of a few people who have slept with men for free beer but that's it.
Posted 8/25/11 , edited 8/25/11


Well, sorry for not feeling any satisfaction for working for free. Volunteering is for fools. I'm a selfish person and I don't give a fuck.
Posted 8/25/11

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Well, sorry for not feeling any satisfaction for working for free. Volunteering is for fools. I'm a selfish person and I don't give a fuck.


It takes a lot of heart to be able to work for someone else for free (often for someone else's happiness). To be able to put your (enormous in your case) ego aside and think about someone else for a change.
Posted 8/25/11

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Why do you volunteer?
Posted 8/25/11 , edited 8/25/11

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Rebanex wrote:


I don't have the time as I now am in school and do loads of training. I do however work for free with elderly people on the weekends sometimes and I do that because I like taking care and making sure people are happy. A lot of elderly people are neglected in the "Health care" business and a lot of people do a sloppy job with them, which I think is wrong.
Posted 8/25/11

Rebanex wrote:


Vega66 wrote:


Rebanex wrote:


I don't have the time as I now am in school and do loads of training. I do however work for free with elderly people on the weekends sometimes and I do that because I like taking care and making sure people are happy. A lot of elderly people are neglected in the "Health care" business and a lot of people do a sloppy job with them, which I think is wrong.

How does it make you feel when you volunteer?
Posted 8/25/11

Vega66 wrote:


Rebanex wrote:


Vega66 wrote:


Rebanex wrote:


I don't have the time as I now am in school and do loads of training. I do however work for free with elderly people on the weekends sometimes and I do that because I like taking care and making sure people are happy. A lot of elderly people are neglected in the "Health care" business and a lot of people do a sloppy job with them, which I think is wrong.

How does it make you feel when you volunteer?


Like I'm contributing.
Posted 8/25/11


I don't have the time as I now am in school and do loads of training. I do however work for free with elderly people on the weekends sometimes and I do that because I like taking care and making sure people are happy. A lot of elderly people are neglected in the "Health care" business and a lot of people do a sloppy job with them, which I think is wrong.

How does it make you feel when you volunteer?


Like I'm contributing.

Does it make you feel good when you volunteer? Sorry for all the questions.
Posted 8/25/11

Vega66 wrote:



I don't have the time as I now am in school and do loads of training. I do however work for free with elderly people on the weekends sometimes and I do that because I like taking care and making sure people are happy. A lot of elderly people are neglected in the "Health care" business and a lot of people do a sloppy job with them, which I think is wrong.


How does it make you feel when you volunteer?


Like I'm contributing.

Does it make you feel good when you volunteer? Sorry for all the questions.

This has gone way OT. Send me a message if you're genuinely interested because you're taking up the entire topic with your questions.
Posted 8/25/11
Drove people places, I wasn't allowed to drink for a week due to medications so I offered to be a cab on nights out for a small fee. I got £30 off my friend because she felt so guilty for throwing up in my car, twice.
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