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Memes, Fuck, and Girl: Get you a girl that can spot the setup and reverse fast as fuck without hitting anything...Geezus ....I'm taking the dog tho as ransom I know they gonna pay up 😁
Memes, Fuck, and Girl: Get you a girl that can spot the setup and reverse fast as fuck without hitting anything...Geezus ....I'm taking the dog tho as ransom I know they gonna pay up 😁

Get you a girl that can spot the setup and reverse fast as fuck without hitting anything...Geezus ....I'm taking the dog tho as ransom I kno...

Memes, Wshh, and Lost: eed my 2000 NickYoung lost a $2,000 SuperBowl bet to DraymondGreen and needs to pay up! 😂💸 @swaggyp1 @money23green WSHH
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NickYoung lost a $2,000 SuperBowl bet to DraymondGreen and needs to pay up! 😂💸 @swaggyp1 @money23green WSHH

NickYoung lost a $2,000 SuperBowl bet to DraymondGreen and needs to pay up! 😂💸 @swaggyp1 @money23green WSHH

Basketball, LeBron James, and Life: LeBron James' Tattoo Artist Suing NBA2K For Using His Tattoc Designs Without Permission @balleralert SHO DER EVELAND LeBron James’ Tattoo Artist Suing NBA2K For Using His Tattoo Designs Without Permission– blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Famed tattoo artist, James Hayden, who is best known for inking the likes of TristanThompson, DannyGreen, KyrieIrving and LeBronJames, is suing the company behind a video game for stealing his work. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In a lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Hayden is accusing the company behind the popular basketball game, NBA2K17, for using his artwork without his permission. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The game is best known for its lifelike features and commentary. The game displays the life-like characteristics of the players, from their moves and their favorite sayings, all the way down to their facial features and tattoos. However, Hayden says the game did not ask to feature The King’s “Gloria” tattoo or his “Lion Design,” as he says he owns the rights to the designs. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In the suit, Hayden lets it be known that he isn’t the first artist, and probably won’t be the last, to sue for their artwork. The suit cites an instance where Mike Tyson’s tattoo artist took “The Hangover 2” cast to court over using Tyson’s design in the movie without proper permission. As a result, Hayden wants 2k Games Inc to pay up for their detail work in NBA2k16, ‘17 and ‘18. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Although Hayden didn’t provide an amount, he says he wants a portion of the profits from the game franchise.
Basketball, LeBron James, and Life: LeBron James' Tattoo Artist Suing
 NBA2K For Using His Tattoc
 Designs Without Permission
 @balleralert
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LeBron James’ Tattoo Artist Suing NBA2K For Using His Tattoo Designs Without Permission– blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Famed tattoo artist, James Hayden, who is best known for inking the likes of TristanThompson, DannyGreen, KyrieIrving and LeBronJames, is suing the company behind a video game for stealing his work. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In a lawsuit obtained by TMZ, Hayden is accusing the company behind the popular basketball game, NBA2K17, for using his artwork without his permission. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ The game is best known for its lifelike features and commentary. The game displays the life-like characteristics of the players, from their moves and their favorite sayings, all the way down to their facial features and tattoos. However, Hayden says the game did not ask to feature The King’s “Gloria” tattoo or his “Lion Design,” as he says he owns the rights to the designs. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ In the suit, Hayden lets it be known that he isn’t the first artist, and probably won’t be the last, to sue for their artwork. The suit cites an instance where Mike Tyson’s tattoo artist took “The Hangover 2” cast to court over using Tyson’s design in the movie without proper permission. As a result, Hayden wants 2k Games Inc to pay up for their detail work in NBA2k16, ‘17 and ‘18. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Although Hayden didn’t provide an amount, he says he wants a portion of the profits from the game franchise.

LeBron James’ Tattoo Artist Suing NBA2K For Using His Tattoo Designs Without Permission– blogged by @MsJennyb ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Famed tattoo a...

Apparently, Bad, and Facetime: HERE LIES THE INTERNET 1969 212 2 NET NEUTRALITY UPDATE cornsnoot: sassy-in-glasses: staff: 🚨 The internet needs you 🚨 You’re up again, Tumblr.  Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and establish a free and open internet. And you won.  That should’ve been the end of it. But apparently not. The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for. His proposed changes open the door to your web traffic being slowed down, or even blocked altogether. You could be forced to pay extra to use your favorite apps. You could even be prevented from getting news from the sources you trust. Title II protects consumers and democracy by ensuring all voices can be heard. You know the drill. Here’s what to do: The FCC is taking comments from the public, and dearfcc.org is making it as simple as possible for you to make your voice heard. Go there now 👉 dearfcc.org ✌️ You’ll just need to provide a name, an address, and then say a little bit about why rolling back Title II protections is a bad idea. If you’re not quite sure what to write, here’s something to get you started: I’m writing to urge you to keep our Open Internet rules based on Title II in place. Without them, we could lose the internet as we know it. The proposed changes to FCC rules would allow fast lanes for sites that pay, and force everyone else into slow lanes. We’ve already seen access to streaming services like Netflix, popular games like League of Legends, and communication platforms like FaceTime slowed down, or even blocked. Conditions like this hurt businesses large and small, and penalize the users who patronize them.  The changes also open the door to unfair taxes on internet users, and could also make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can’t pay up to have their voices heard. Please leave the existing net neutrality rules based on Title II in place. Thank you! If you need more ammo, feel free to quote these experts from our net neutrality Issue Time. TechCrunch and Battle for the Net also have some good starters. Everyone is counting on everyone else here. Do your part and tell the FCC to keep a free and open internet under Title II.  THE ONE TIME I AGREE WITH @staff alright I’ve been hesitant to reblog a net neutrality post to my snake blog but fuck, even staff is on this boat, I hope it comes across as important
Apparently, Bad, and Facetime: HERE LIES
 THE INTERNET
 1969 212
 2
 NET
 NEUTRALITY
 UPDATE
cornsnoot:

sassy-in-glasses:

staff:

🚨 The internet needs you 🚨 
You’re up again, Tumblr. 
Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and establish a free and open internet. And you won. 
That should’ve been the end of it. But apparently not.
The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for.

His proposed changes open the door to your web traffic being slowed down, or even blocked altogether. You could be forced to pay extra to use your favorite apps. You could even be prevented from getting news from the sources you trust.
Title II protects consumers and democracy by ensuring all voices can be heard.
You know the drill. Here’s what to do:
The FCC is taking comments from the public, and dearfcc.org is making it as simple as possible for you to make your voice heard.
Go there now 👉 dearfcc.org ✌️

You’ll just need to provide a name, an address, and then say a little bit about why rolling back Title II protections is a bad idea. If you’re not quite sure what to write, here’s something to get you started:


I’m writing to urge you to keep our Open Internet rules based on Title II in place. Without them, we could lose the internet as we know it. 
The proposed changes to FCC rules would allow fast lanes for sites that pay, and force everyone else into slow lanes. We’ve already seen access to streaming services like Netflix, popular games like League of Legends, and communication platforms like FaceTime slowed down, or even blocked. Conditions like this hurt businesses large and small, and penalize the users who patronize them. 
The changes also open the door to unfair taxes on internet users, and could also make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can’t pay up to have their voices heard.
Please leave the existing net neutrality rules based on Title II in place.
Thank you!


If you need more ammo, feel free to quote these experts from our net neutrality Issue Time. TechCrunch and Battle for the Net also have some good starters.
Everyone is counting on everyone else here. Do your part and tell the FCC to keep a free and open internet under Title II. 


THE ONE TIME I AGREE WITH @staff 


alright I’ve been hesitant to reblog a net neutrality post to my snake blog but fuck, even staff is on this boat, I hope it comes across as important

cornsnoot: sassy-in-glasses: staff: 🚨 The internet needs you 🚨 You’re up again, Tumblr.  Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt st...

Apparently, Bad, and Facetime: HERE LIES THE INTERNET 1969 212 2 NET NEUTRALITY UPDATE <p><a href="https://cornsnoot.tumblr.com/post/167783996008/sassy-in-glasses-staff-the-internet-needs" class="tumblr_blog">cornsnoot</a>:</p><blockquote> <p><a href="https://sassy-in-glasses.tumblr.com/post/167761051207/staff-the-internet-needs-you-youre-up" class="tumblr_blog">sassy-in-glasses</a>:</p> <blockquote> <p><a href="https://staff.tumblr.com/post/162900642426/the-internet-needs-you-youre-up-again" class="tumblr_blog">staff</a>:</p> <blockquote> <h2>🚨 <b>The internet needs you</b> 🚨 <br/></h2> <p>You’re up again, Tumblr. </p> <p>Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and establish a free and open internet. <a href="https://staff.tumblr.com/post/97238609065/incredible-work-everyone-these-numbers-are"><b>And you won</b></a>. </p> <p>That should’ve been the end of it. But apparently not.</p> <h2>The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for.</h2> <p><b></b></p> <p>His proposed changes open the door to your web traffic being slowed down, or even blocked altogether. You could be forced to pay extra to use your favorite apps. You could even be prevented from getting news from the sources you trust.</p> <p>Title II protects consumers and democracy by ensuring all voices can be heard.</p> <h2>You know the drill. Here’s what to do:</h2> <p>The FCC is taking comments from the public, and <a href="https://dearfcc.org/"><b>dearfcc.org</b></a> is making it as simple as possible for you to make your voice heard.</p> <h2>Go there now 👉 <a href="https://dearfcc.org/">dearfcc.org</a> ✌️</h2> <p><b></b></p> <p>You’ll just need to provide a name, an address, and then say a little bit about why rolling back Title II protections is a bad idea. If you’re not quite sure what to write, here’s something to get you started:<br/></p> <p><b></b></p> <blockquote> <p><i>I’m writing to urge you to keep our Open Internet rules based on Title II in place. Without them, we could lose the internet as we know it. </i></p> <p><i><i>The proposed changes to FCC rules would allow fast lanes for sites that pay, and force everyone else into slow lanes. <i>We’ve already seen access to streaming services like Netflix, popular games like League of Legends, <i>and communication platforms like FaceTime slowed down, or even blocked. Conditions like this </i></i></i>hurt businesses large and small, and penalize the users who patronize them. </i></p> <p><i>The changes also open the door to unfair taxes on internet users, and </i><i>could also make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can’t pay up to have their voices heard.</i></p> <p><i>Please leave the existing net neutrality rules based on Title II in place.</i></p> <p><i>Thank you!</i></p> </blockquote> <p><b></b></p> <p>If you need more ammo, feel free to <b><a href="https://action.tumblr.com/tagged/net+neutrality">quote these experts</a></b> from our net neutrality Issue Time. <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/27/how-to-comment-on-the-fccs-proposal-to-revoke-net-neutrality/"><b>TechCrunch</b></a> and <b><a href="https://www.battleforthenet.com/">Battle for the Net</a></b> also have some good starters.</p> <p><b>Everyone is counting on everyone else here. Do your part and tell the FCC to keep a free and open internet under Title II. </b></p> </blockquote> <h1>THE ONE TIME I AGREE WITH <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mr_BTLFg8QzTPUMVSbe3vbg">@staff</a> </h1> </blockquote> <p>alright I’ve been hesitant to reblog a net neutrality post to my snake blog but fuck, even staff is on this boat, I hope it comes across as important</p> </blockquote>
Apparently, Bad, and Facetime: HERE LIES
 THE INTERNET
 1969 212
 2
 NET
 NEUTRALITY
 UPDATE
<p><a href="https://cornsnoot.tumblr.com/post/167783996008/sassy-in-glasses-staff-the-internet-needs" class="tumblr_blog">cornsnoot</a>:</p><blockquote>
<p><a href="https://sassy-in-glasses.tumblr.com/post/167761051207/staff-the-internet-needs-you-youre-up" class="tumblr_blog">sassy-in-glasses</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<p><a href="https://staff.tumblr.com/post/162900642426/the-internet-needs-you-youre-up-again" class="tumblr_blog">staff</a>:</p>
<blockquote>
<h2>🚨 <b>The internet needs you</b> 🚨 <br/></h2>
<p>You’re up again, Tumblr. </p>
<p>Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and establish a free and open internet. <a href="https://staff.tumblr.com/post/97238609065/incredible-work-everyone-these-numbers-are"><b>And you won</b></a>. </p>
<p>That should’ve been the end of it. But apparently not.</p>
<h2>The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for.</h2>
<p><b></b></p>
<p>His proposed changes open the door to your web traffic being slowed down, or even blocked altogether. You could be forced to pay extra to use your favorite apps. You could even be prevented from getting news from the sources you trust.</p>
<p>Title II protects consumers and democracy by ensuring all voices can be heard.</p>
<h2>You know the drill. Here’s what to do:</h2>
<p>The FCC is taking comments from the public, and <a href="https://dearfcc.org/"><b>dearfcc.org</b></a> is making it as simple as possible for you to make your voice heard.</p>
<h2>Go there now 👉 <a href="https://dearfcc.org/">dearfcc.org</a> ✌️</h2>
<p><b></b></p>
<p>You’ll just need to provide a name, an address, and then say a little bit about why rolling back Title II protections is a bad idea. If you’re not quite sure what to write, here’s something to get you started:<br/></p>
<p><b></b></p>
<blockquote>
<p><i>I’m writing to urge you to keep our Open Internet rules based on Title II in place. Without them, we could lose the internet as we know it. </i></p>
<p><i><i>The proposed changes to FCC rules would allow fast lanes for sites that pay, and force everyone else into slow lanes. <i>We’ve already seen access to streaming services like Netflix, popular games like League of Legends, <i>and communication platforms like FaceTime slowed down, or even blocked. Conditions like this </i></i></i>hurt businesses large and small, and penalize the users who patronize them. </i></p>
<p><i>The changes also open the door to unfair taxes on internet users, and </i><i>could also make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can’t pay up to have their voices heard.</i></p>
<p><i>Please leave the existing net neutrality rules based on Title II in place.</i></p>
<p><i>Thank you!</i></p>
</blockquote>
<p><b></b></p>
<p>If you need more ammo, feel free to <b><a href="https://action.tumblr.com/tagged/net+neutrality">quote these experts</a></b> from our net neutrality Issue Time. <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2017/04/27/how-to-comment-on-the-fccs-proposal-to-revoke-net-neutrality/"><b>TechCrunch</b></a> and <b><a href="https://www.battleforthenet.com/">Battle for the Net</a></b> also have some good starters.</p>
<p><b>Everyone is counting on everyone else here. Do your part and tell the FCC to keep a free and open internet under Title II. </b></p>
</blockquote>

<h1>THE ONE TIME I AGREE WITH <a class="tumblelog" href="https://tmblr.co/mr_BTLFg8QzTPUMVSbe3vbg">@staff</a> </h1>
</blockquote>

<p>alright I’ve been hesitant to reblog a net neutrality post to my snake blog but fuck, even staff is on this boat, I hope it comes across as important</p>
</blockquote>

cornsnoot: sassy-in-glasses: staff: 🚨 The internet needs you 🚨 You’re up again, Tumblr.  Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt str...

Apparently, Bad, and Facetime: HERE LIES THE INTERNET 1969 212 2 NET NEUTRALITY UPDATE staff: 🚨 The internet needs you 🚨 You’re up again, Tumblr. Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and establish a free and open internet. And you won. That should’ve been the end of it. But apparently not.The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for.His proposed changes open the door to your web traffic being slowed down, or even blocked altogether. You could be forced to pay extra to use your favorite apps. You could even be prevented from getting news from the sources you trust.Title II protects consumers and democracy by ensuring all voices can be heard.You know the drill. Here’s what to do:The FCC is taking comments from the public, and dearfcc.org is making it as simple as possible for you to make your voice heard.Go there now 👉 dearfcc.org ✌️You’ll just need to provide a name, an address, and then say a little bit about why rolling back Title II protections is a bad idea. If you’re not quite sure what to write, here’s something to get you started:I’m writing to urge you to keep our Open Internet rules based on Title II in place. Without them, we could lose the internet as we know it. The proposed changes to FCC rules would allow fast lanes for sites that pay, and force everyone else into slow lanes. We’ve already seen access to streaming services like Netflix, popular games like League of Legends, and communication platforms like FaceTime slowed down, or even blocked. Conditions like this hurt businesses large and small, and penalize the users who patronize them. The changes also open the door to unfair taxes on internet users, and could also make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can’t pay up to have their voices heard.Please leave the existing net neutrality rules based on Title II in place.Thank you!If you need more ammo, feel free to quote these experts from our net neutrality Issue Time. TechCrunch and Battle for the Net also have some good starters.Everyone is counting on everyone else here. Do your part and tell the FCC to keep a free and open internet under Title II. 
Apparently, Bad, and Facetime: HERE LIES
 THE INTERNET
 1969 212
 2
 NET
 NEUTRALITY
 UPDATE
staff:

🚨 The internet needs you 🚨 You’re up again, Tumblr. Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and establish a free and open internet. And you won. That should’ve been the end of it. But apparently not.The new head of the FCC wants to undo the net neutrality protections you fought so hard for.His proposed changes open the door to your web traffic being slowed down, or even blocked altogether. You could be forced to pay extra to use your favorite apps. You could even be prevented from getting news from the sources you trust.Title II protects consumers and democracy by ensuring all voices can be heard.You know the drill. Here’s what to do:The FCC is taking comments from the public, and dearfcc.org is making it as simple as possible for you to make your voice heard.Go there now 👉 dearfcc.org ✌️You’ll just need to provide a name, an address, and then say a little bit about why rolling back Title II protections is a bad idea. If you’re not quite sure what to write, here’s something to get you started:I’m writing to urge you to keep our Open Internet rules based on Title II in place. Without them, we could lose the internet as we know it. The proposed changes to FCC rules would allow fast lanes for sites that pay, and force everyone else into slow lanes. We’ve already seen access to streaming services like Netflix, popular games like League of Legends, and communication platforms like FaceTime slowed down, or even blocked. Conditions like this hurt businesses large and small, and penalize the users who patronize them. The changes also open the door to unfair taxes on internet users, and could also make it harder for blogs, nonprofits, artists, and others who can’t pay up to have their voices heard.Please leave the existing net neutrality rules based on Title II in place.Thank you!If you need more ammo, feel free to quote these experts from our net neutrality Issue Time. TechCrunch and Battle for the Net also have some good starters.Everyone is counting on everyone else here. Do your part and tell the FCC to keep a free and open internet under Title II. 

staff: 🚨 The internet needs you 🚨 You’re up again, Tumblr. Back in 2015 you demanded that the FCC adopt strict net neutrality rules and est...

Anaconda, Beer, and Bitch: It wasnt for money, but I once licked a schoolbus window for a full minute in exchange for a chocolate bar. I hope this gets seen. Havn't told many people. In 8th grade we were dissecting frogs. A kid in my lab group bet me a hundred bucks I wouldn't eat the liver. I ate the liver. Yes it was dripping in formaldehyde. Teacher saw and I managed to convince her it was nothing. That night I got so embarrassed that I called the kid and told him I didn't eat the liver and that I faked it. So technically I ate a paisonous piece of frog for nothing at all, licked 5 of my friends bare feet (I'm talking heel to toe) for $10 a pop, easiest $50 I've ever made :) would not do again: 1 drank a shot of blue Dawn dish detergent for $S in my high school biology class. I threw up green foam in the next period Wasn't for money, but I "married" a boy in elementary school for a box of Crayola Silver Swirl Crayons. Bitch didn't even pay up. A guy approached me outside my gym after a workout and paid me $100 to smell my feet. Not my finest moment, but when attending college in the early 00's, a guy who lived on my floor shaved his own head, put the resulting hair in a shopping bag, and then said that he would pay me $20 to eat all of it. I accepted. My father bet me twenty bucks I wouldn't eat half of a live bluegill...thinking my then seventeen girl guts could't do t, he was shocked when I bit the wriggling fish in half and swallowed half of it. I bought a knife with the You will be our leader, Sent naked pictures for RuneScape gold... not proud. 60m, fair deal though. Friend expelied a kidney stone. I ate it for 20 I was at a beer festival and chugged from a dump bucket that everyone would dump their beer into after tasting it. My friend paid me $10 bucks and some random guy tossed in another $5. All in all, I'd do it again. Same year some eccentric rich old lady pulled me aside at the restaurant I work at and asked me to be a waiter at her parisian style engagement party for her friend. She said I get $500. So I said sure. Arrived when she asked me to. Turns out she wanted to paint me gold glue on gold leaves to my body, and have me wear a gold thong, and only a gold thong. I did it. Got $500 bucks plus tons of tips from crazy ladies. And I only lost two points of dignity Worked retail. These Ridiculous Stories Show Just How Far People Will Go To Make a Buck
Anaconda, Beer, and Bitch: It wasnt for money, but I once licked a
 schoolbus window for a full minute in exchange
 for a chocolate bar.
 I hope this gets seen. Havn't told many people.
 In 8th grade we were dissecting frogs. A kid in
 my lab group bet me a hundred bucks I
 wouldn't eat the liver. I ate the liver. Yes it was
 dripping in formaldehyde. Teacher saw and I
 managed to convince her it was nothing. That
 night I got so embarrassed that I called the kid
 and told him I didn't eat the liver and that I
 faked it. So technically I ate a paisonous piece
 of frog for nothing at all,
 licked 5 of my friends bare feet (I'm talking heel
 to toe) for $10 a pop, easiest $50 I've ever
 made :)
 would not do again:
 1 drank a shot of blue Dawn dish detergent for
 $S in my high school biology class. I threw up
 green foam in the next period
 Wasn't for money, but I "married" a boy in
 elementary school for a box of Crayola Silver
 Swirl Crayons. Bitch didn't even pay up.
 A guy approached me outside my gym after a
 workout and paid me $100 to smell my feet.
 Not my finest moment, but when attending
 college in the early 00's, a guy who lived on my
 floor shaved his own head, put the resulting
 hair in a shopping bag, and then said that he
 would pay me $20 to eat all of it. I accepted.
 My father bet me twenty bucks I wouldn't eat
 half of a live bluegill...thinking my then
 seventeen girl guts could't do t, he was
 shocked when I bit the wriggling fish in half and
 swallowed half of it. I bought a knife with the
 You will be our leader,
 Sent naked pictures for RuneScape gold... not
 proud. 60m, fair deal though.
 Friend expelied a kidney stone. I ate it for 20
 I was at a beer festival and chugged from a
 dump bucket that everyone would dump their
 beer into after tasting it. My friend paid me $10
 bucks and some random guy tossed in another
 $5. All in all, I'd do it again.
 Same year some eccentric rich old lady
 pulled me aside at the restaurant I work
 at and asked me to be a waiter at her
 parisian style engagement party for her
 friend. She said I get $500. So I said
 sure. Arrived when she asked me to.
 Turns out she wanted to paint me gold
 glue on gold leaves to my body, and
 have me wear a gold thong, and only a
 gold thong. I did it. Got $500 bucks plus
 tons of tips from crazy ladies. And I only
 lost two points of dignity
 Worked retail.
These Ridiculous Stories Show Just How Far People Will Go To Make a Buck

These Ridiculous Stories Show Just How Far People Will Go To Make a Buck