“All money isn’t good money”

All money isn’t good money, they say.

Rich people did

But Sprint doesn’t care if it’s good money or bad money that pays the bill, if it don’t get it’s money Sprint is going to cut your phone off

The luxury of only choosing sources of money that are “good” is one that is often not afforded to many of us. We may strive to reach a point in our lives where we do not have to do just “anything for the bag”, but while on the journey to that point, I have compiled a few ways below to “get money”, specifically bad money.

Disclaimer: All methods below are legal, not trying to get you locked up.

Affiliate Marketing

I swear I’m not about to insert a picture of my Lamborghini and talk about how you can make 50k a day like me if you just buy my course for $60 dollars.

But I will be honest and say that you can make a nice side hustle from affiliate marketing. Affiliate marketing is defined as “a marketing arrangement by which an online retailer pays commission to an external website for traffic or sales generated from its referrals” and is nice because it requires little effort. Simply advertise a product on a platform and direct people to purchase it through your link.

Then sit and wait for your Lambo with suicide doors.

Reselling

I resell items quite frequently. I advocate for it and have penned a number of articles advocating for it and espousing upon components of it. With the advent of a variety of platforms that encourage the user to sell items (Poshmark, Ebay, Etsy, etc.) reselling has become easier than ever! Combined with procuring expensive luxury items at a low price from thrift stores, reselling has the potential to provide a nice income.

Webcam Modeling

I am specifically well versed in this source of dirty money as I have an inside look into the world of camming. A lot are enticed by stories of a friends cousins’ girlfriends little sister who makes a six figure salary from camming like 2 hours a day on Monday and Tuesday; I’m here to tell you the truth; that probably will not be you.

You can obtain a pretty nice average income from camming. As an added benefit you don’t have to put on pants.

Sell things on Craigslist

Not those kind of things.

Things like your time and strength. Craigslist is full of ads requesting persons to move heavy items, be “blackground” on reality shows, be a date for an event, etc. So if you are low on cash check out one of these options!

Eat

Eating has always been…interesting.

But in recent years has sparked a phenomenon that is able to be monetized. That phenomenon is known as mukbangs. Spoon University reports that mukbangs are “when someone consumes massive amounts of food while recording themselves eat. According to Metro, the hosts of the videos ‘sit eating a range of foods for fans, interacting with them through the live chat.’  Those who watch the videos can suggest what to eat next for future videos.”

The mukbang phenomenon can be evidenced across video platforms. The most well known of which is YouTube.




So grab your fork and get that coin!

Be a friend, or foe

There are literally people that pay others to be their friend. I don’t know who these people are as most people (including myself) would pay you to leave them alone…. but I guess some people like to be bothered.

A popular site that allows these people to rent a friend is rentafriend.com. “RentAFriend.com is a web-based hire a friend service. You can either choose to rent a friend or get paid to be a friend. Rent A Friend was started in 2009 by Scott Rosenbaum in New Jersey. It claims to be the world’s leading friend-for-hire website, having been featured by major news stables including FOX and CNN”.

Be a sugar baby

Perhaps one of the easiest jobs ever, being a sugar baby has become a lucrative career. Thanks to sites like Seeking Arrangements and Instagram, you don’t even have to leave the house anymore to let an older rich person know that your hot and ready

like Little Caesars pizza

self is willing to trade your presence (and maybe other things) for money.

Stripppp!

Being a stripper is a career path that has crossed many minds. I’m sure I am not the only one who has seen this

and thought “oh, I can do that!”

But technical abilities aside, stripping is actually a pretty great startup career. According to sources on Reddit, some strippers on average make around $500 a night with potential to make upwards of $3k! Not a shabby salary, if I do say so. In addition to the monetary benefit of stripping are the benefits to your physical health. Who needs the gym when your job requires aerial cardio for hours?

Write erotica

A common theme in the world of money is that sex sells. Even in dystopian futures where every woman is turned into a flesh eating zombie human men will still be willing to risk it all for a piece of the pie.

Imagine she’s a zombie. Black women zombie pictures don’t exist. I guess I’ll add zombie to the list of things society says we can’t be.

So if you like writing, have a vivid imagination, and can describe sexual situations in detail then you should try your hand at erotica. I recently discovered this option while researching for this post and will definitely try my hand at it, I will check in after about two months. Primary platforms for selling erotica include “(1) Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP), (2) Barnes & Noble’s Nook Press platform, and (3) Smashwords” (paracompounded.com). For a comprehensive guide on how to get started on this interesting venture visit this site.

Do you advocate for “dirty” money? What are some ways to get it?

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College isn’t for you

Chances are that you have been introduced to the “American Dream” at least once in your life. The fairytale that anyone can be a prince or a princess in America if you just work hard! Like a real life Cinderella you can break free from your wicked stepmother (poverty) and marry your prince charming and live happily ever after in a castle and never worry again!

In America our prince charming is school and your assorted helpers probably don’t exist if you’re poor! Yes, you are expected to meet your prince charming and have your “happily ever after” with absolutely no help. Also, if you somehow get to the ball chances are you probably won’t drop your shoe and will be back to scrubbing floors and having intimate conversations with mice soon after.

The government is basically like “You can walk to the ball, its only 8 miles. Oh and you can stay out as late as you want, you’ll get a little outfit change around midnight. Have fun!”

So with little help initially and no help during or after you are released and expected to emerge a wealthy princess living happily ever after!

Chances are that will not be the outcome, however that ideal is one dangled in the faces of many Americans.

If you can get to college then yay! Everyone celebrate!

Then when you arrive there after walking 8 miles in heels and a hot a$$ ball gown all those smiling faces dissappear; and you and your tuition are left alone like ’03 Bonnie and Clyde.

Ultimately the stress of funding your poor college student lifestyle combined with doing well in your classes, having a social life, and being involved on campus, is too much to bear and traumatizing! I still wake up in cold sweats because of a nightmare that I have a paper due in the morning but I have to work that evening, and I graduated from undergrad too long ago (to be sneakin’ all in your dorm room)!

What’s even worse is that you go through all of that stress just to emerge thousands of dollars in debt while working the same job you worked while going to school.

Everyone LOVES to preach about this “American Dream” and how all you need to get there is school but everyone disappears when you get there. Those same people pushing you to go to college scatter like roaches when the lights come on as soon as you need money to buy books.

If you are like most of us Americans and come from a middles class family that is only a paycheck or two away from homelessness, chances are your family isn’t able to provide you with the large amounts of money needed to finance a single semester in college. As a result you either work hard while studying hard to pay for things or take out student loans that you wiill have to work hard to pay off for the rest of your life. In contrast is the kid whose parents are rich enough to finance their education while also providing them a monthly allowance.

If you are not that kid then college just is not for you. Yes, college is SUPER fun and valuable, however if you have to work all the time to pay for it you wont be able to enjoy the social perks associated with college.

I was lucky enough to have two AMAZING jobs on campus that were sensitive to my student needs (taking off a week before finals, not working Friday nights to allow for thot-like activities etc.) but this is not a common occurrence. If this does not apply to you then college isn’t for you, sorry.

There is no point going into debt and not even being guaranteed a job. To pay for school you will have to have 2 jobs that you get paid for and one that you pay for (school).

As the famous philosopher Aubrey Drake Graham once said “You only live once that’s the motto *bleep* YOLO”.

So do you want to spend your one life slaving away starting around 18 years old?

Then forego college and consider alternatives. There’s the military, trade schools, apprenticeships, etc.

Talk to your guidance counselor about cheaper pathways to success! Also, while you’re at it slap that ho and ask them why they don’t promote these options to high school students?!

Do you think that college is overhyped? Do you know of any other pathways to success?

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