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I was always to shy to ask for money :/

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Shoveled a bunch of today and earned 10 dollars. I' d
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my friend charges 22, 50 each,,,
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User avatar #4 - stifflimb (01/24/2014) [+] (25 replies)
They got money for doing a job, he got if for being a good person, we all know which has more value!
User avatar #5 to #4 - charmanderville (01/25/2014) [-]
Obviously the higher monetary value... 30-40...
#3 - tmdarby (01/24/2014) [+] (7 replies)
We need more kids like that on this planet.
We need more kids like that on this planet.
#6 - coolnamestaken (01/25/2014) [+] (15 replies)
Who the **** goes door to door saying, "hey I'll shovel your driveway for 22.50"
#1 - include (01/24/2014) [-]
User avatar #10 - I Am Monkey (01/25/2014) [+] (6 replies)
And in the time that they were discussing this, Bill Gates made $9 just by being Bill Gates.
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#45 to #44 - flemsdfer ONLINE (01/25/2014) [-]
#22 - saxong (01/25/2014) [+] (5 replies)
I snowblowed someone and got $35 because they live in san diego and the house was in illinois so I was saving them from getting robbed!
I snowblowed someone and got $35 because they live in san diego and the house was in illinois so I was saving them from getting robbed!
#23 to #22 - marcury (01/25/2014) [-]
you can snowblow me anytime...
#36 - amuzen (01/25/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I remember when I was 14 I was coming home from work and saw a old man chopping wood in the snow at night and he looked like he was having trouble lifting the ax with his arms shaking pretty bad so I chopped the rest of the wood for him, a week later the incident repeated and for a few months this pattern would repeat itself with him starting to chop the wood when I was on my way home from work, me finishing for him, then him giving me a can of Soda, or a jar of salmon, or some homemade jam or some old halloween candy or some other little gift then one day when I was coming home from work thinking I would chop some wood for him and get a little bit more excercise out of my day he wasn't there, the house was dark, and there was no new wood dropped off in front of the house for me to chop.

I never did find out what happened to him, at the time I figured he probably just wasn't home that day or got an electric heater from the weatherization folks.
Now, six years later, the house is abandoned and full of cobwebs with a broken window and rotted out porch so I suspect he might have passed away with no one to inherit it.
#21 - confusedasian (01/25/2014) [+] (7 replies)
A few years ago I was pushing my little brothers stroller so he could go to sleep. Some random old guy said I was doing a good job and gave me a dollar.


Free money.
User avatar #61 - woodenalligator (01/25/2014) [+] (36 replies)
Me and my friend once tried this out during a pretty heavy snowfall one winter. Our neighbour knew we were charging, like freaking $5. We shoveled her driveway and the sidewalk in front, she didn't pay, so my friend went back home. I decided to put all the snow right back.
User avatar #117 to #61 - huzibizi (01/25/2014) [-]
Well, don't clean people's **** without asking them first. You're essentially 'forcing' them to pay you.
#144 - nitsuan ONLINE (01/25/2014) [+] (4 replies)
I use to hang fliers to mow lawns for $20 a piece. It would take around 30 to 45 minutes depending on the size and if I simply needed to mow or do other things as well. To this day I realized I was making $20 for every half hour or so of work, and now I do a more annoying job for $7.80 an hour. Obviously it was not guaranteed work, but I usually had at least one request every day or so if not more with some breaks here and there because grass doesn't grow in a day. Still, I find it funny that I use to work an easier, quicker, better paying, unofficial, and nontaxable job when I was 12, and now that I am 17 I work an annoying, more complicated  still easy, but you get the point  , minimum wage, taxable job, real job.   
   
Moral of this story? Growing up sucks.
I use to hang fliers to mow lawns for $20 a piece. It would take around 30 to 45 minutes depending on the size and if I simply needed to mow or do other things as well. To this day I realized I was making $20 for every half hour or so of work, and now I do a more annoying job for $7.80 an hour. Obviously it was not guaranteed work, but I usually had at least one request every day or so if not more with some breaks here and there because grass doesn't grow in a day. Still, I find it funny that I use to work an easier, quicker, better paying, unofficial, and nontaxable job when I was 12, and now that I am 17 I work an annoying, more complicated still easy, but you get the point , minimum wage, taxable job, real job.

Moral of this story? Growing up sucks.
User avatar #129 - majormoron (01/25/2014) [+] (6 replies)
Is there something wrong with going around and asking to shovel driveways at a reasonable price? I mean, snow plows charge like 30-40 bucks, and I only asked 20, and I was doing a lot more work than the ****** plows. **** , I even threw in a walkway shoveling and a salting of that walkway with every driveway. Am I a bad person for asking to earn a little money? God ****** damn.
#57 - asdflower (01/25/2014) [-]
Where I grew up the whole street was basically populated by old people. Some of them were tech savvy and had internet connections but had no idea how to set **** up, like wifi etc. I was bascially my streets IT tech and it was pretty sweet, because old people are awesome. I always got fruit, money for christmas from the whole street. I helped shovel most drive ways in the winter (about 5 houses, those who couldn't do it on their own). You shouldn't need a reward to do things like this.
#222 - tubbsinlubbers (01/25/2014) [+] (2 replies)
My mom had an older coworker who had a ton of money, and loved little kids
I know its sounds sketch, but he was a really nice guy . One day my sister and I stopped by my mom's work office to pick something up for her and her coworker called us in. He started telling us about a camping trip he went on, and how extraordinary the animals and scenery were. He said that it was important to value beautiful things in life, and gave me and my sister 300 dollars just because were were " beautiful and remarkable kids, and that my mothers hold be proud to have us." My sister and I declined the money saying it was too much, but he insisted. So we took the money, thanked him profusely and headed home with 300 to split between the two of us. That day I couldn't believe I got paid for "being pretty", I kept smiling all day.

When i look back on this, I realize this moment could have encouraged me to look pretty so I could get money from men. Good thing I strive to make my money by my brains, and not by my looks
User avatar #207 - UberAndrew (01/25/2014) [+] (2 replies)
One of my friends once offered me $20 for no reason. I said "no thanks".


What the hell is wrong with me?

Actually, don't answer that.
#215 to #207 - WinnerofTheGame (01/25/2014) [-]
You know damn well what's wrong.
You know damn well what's wrong.
#179 - deviroux (01/25/2014) [-]
Somebody please come shovel my driveway. Thanks.
Somebody please come shovel my driveway. Thanks.
User avatar #148 - ericforeman (01/25/2014) [-]
I grew up in a neighborhood with a bunch of old people and I usually just shoveled everyone's walk and mowed lawns. (mind you when I mowed lawns they usually gave me money for gas).
#118 - theprogramer (01/25/2014) [+] (1 reply)
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#39 - pappysmurf (01/25/2014) [-]
Didnt ask for money? what a slut.
Didnt ask for money? what a slut.
User avatar #30 - Crusader (01/25/2014) [+] (65 replies)
Really?

No one ever asked me to shovel their driveway it was always "Hey, Mrs. Smith! I'll shovel for you for $5"
User avatar #202 to #200 - woodenalligator (01/25/2014) [-]
A lot of it, but mostly soft rock i guess. The music records I've bought (because I also got a couple George Carlin albums) are Doobie Brothers, ABBA, Orleans, and a polka album. Also my Mum's tapes are typically things like that, but also country and stuff like guns N Roses, ya know? What do you got?
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