Reminds me of my roommate I had once. We were best friends since school and moved in together for Uni.
He dropped out of all his classes and got all caught up in a pyramid scheme bullshjt, convinced he'd get rich with it and was now above everyone else. We got into a lot of fights over this until he eventually moved out and we lost contact. Stay away from those "businesses" people!
Sorry for the sad long post
@Z0mbieP0ny, same with one of my childhood friends, he moved a few a hours away early in high school and we lost contact and the only time he would hit me up was to pitch his bs and I didn't mind at first but when he kept doing it I just stopped talking to him, it sucks but I can't stand people who are so focused on money as if it made them a better person than you
I had a friend pitch me Amway recently so this relates
@Tyrellious, I forgot what mine was - some pill to make you live longer supposedly - I don't talk to that person anymore
@Tyrellious, What exactly is Amway?
@Banana Waffle, Amway has products that it wants to directly sell to people. They recruit people to sell their products. The people they bring on board then recruit more people to sell the products. From a technical standpoint, I believe it is legally not a pyramid scheme because it costs no money to join the company. After joining, you have to either pay for a bulk load of products and sell them to people where you make the profits, or recruit other people to join and do that.
that face you make when you smell that smelly smell that smells...smelly.....ANCHOVIES!
Are you looking for more ways to earn money?
I have a co-worker like that.
This is too true to be funny.
My best friend's cousin is fiercely dedicated to a pyramid scheme. He always tells people he drives a fancy car and has a big house when in reality, he bought his cart from a used car lot and lives in a small apartment. He tried to get some of his family members involved and when they wouldn't, he cut all times with them.