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Modern Mom 20/02/12(Wed)23:49 No. 3383 ID: 14211b [Reply]
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What would be the best long term investment on soap? Liquid soap or a bar of soap?

I feel that sometimes, liquid soap would mean less loss on the product of the said bottle of soap that you'd buy at the store versus a single bar of soap that would degrade in the shower with usage breaking into bits.

I still wonder what purchase would be the cheapest I could stretch the most considering a daily shower for a measure of usage?


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Modern Mom 20/05/16(Sat)00:27 No. 3418 ID: 787c9e

>>3415
this is not expensive at all it's like fucking $2/lb. 1 lb of NaOH with leftover lard or bacon grease makes 12 lbs of soap

12 fucking pounds of soap for only 2 dollars worth of sodium hydroxide made with used animal fats you would have dumped into the trash can


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druggie+mcsanchez 20/07/15(Wed)21:11 No. 3429 ID: 7f5f5c
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I steal my soap from hotels, small hand towels, napkins and ketchup from restaurants.


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Modern Mom 21/01/12(Tue)18:19 No. 3497 ID: 00871a

>>3429
If everyone in society did this, it wouldn't save any money.




Modern Mom 20/12/31(Thu)01:01 No. 3494 ID: ef8f00 [Reply]
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Why are freebie sites a shit now?




Modern Mom 14/08/10(Sun)21:34 No. 2250 ID: 56d89d [Reply]
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Ok, I have a bit of an unusual problem.

My grandmother died a year ago and left behind a fuckload of shitty furniture. I want to help my parents sell it because they effectively became poorfags sponsoring my education.

Now, this would usually be no problem except the fact that they live in a shitty 2nd world Eastern European country, and in a small(15k residents) town no less. A garage sale, or a Craigslist ad or really anything of the sort is not an option here.

So what the fuck do I do? I doubt that anyone here has experience with this kind of issue, so maybe just help me brainstrom one up? I really want to help my old folks, but can't do so financially because of being stuck in the post-bachelors limbo.


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Modern Mom 18/11/26(Mon)04:37 No. 3247 ID: dc96c6

>>3023
That's a good idea. If by "shitty," OP means "old" and/or "rustic" and/or "hand-crafted" he should sell them on e-bay as such. Clean em up, take some flattering picks, and list them for more than he thinks they're worth. Should keep in mind that many people subconsciously associate a higher price with higher quality/value. Could also market to wealthy Western Europeans, not just Americans


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Modern Mom 18/11/27(Tue)05:11 No. 3248 ID: b2d62b

>>3023
Clean it yes, absolutely. But if it needs refinshing-do NOT do it yourslef, let the final buyer do it. Refinishing furniture kills value.


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Modern Mom 20/12/12(Sat)15:06 No. 3488 ID: 6e8930

Clean the furniture
Take flattering pics
Sell it on eBay with buzzwords like “rustic” “vintage” “handcrafted”
And to appeal to the nerds In America “soviet era”
If that fails, just lie




Modern Mom 19/10/11(Fri)07:27 No. 3338 ID: 8efd88 [Reply]
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Which MMO is the most profitable to gold farm?


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Modern Mom 20/09/17(Thu)12:22 No. 3461 ID: 8c2966

>>3338
you know that song scott pilgrim vs the world ruined a entire generation of women? it's the same for dudes with rmt


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Modern Mom 20/11/02(Mon)04:26 No. 3474 ID: a39671

>>3452
I'm pretty sure those are Koreans. Your knee jerk racism is noted however.


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Modern Mom 20/12/12(Sat)14:25 No. 3486 ID: 3dc745

>>3474
Muh raysisum. it’s a blurry picture of a group of brownish people looking away from the viewer.
>>3338
Entropia universe




Legit money from home Modern Mom 16/02/19(Fri)07:54 No. 2813 ID: cf0dfe [Reply]
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After work i mostly fuck around, not doing anything productive, and i want to change that.

Are there any means i can make money from home? I live in South America btw, so it would have to be something international. A couple bucks a day go a long way, i'll take a shot at anything (given it's legit).


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20/11/09(Mon)04:24 No. 3477 ID: 68a41e

Sell sexy feet picks.


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Modern Mom 20/11/16(Mon)23:15 No. 3478 ID: 58e989

>>3477
here's a really neato thing. https://pastebin.com/THerVSxq




I feel lack of meaning in my life. Modern Mom 19/07/07(Sun)10:57 No. 3301 ID: 611850 [Reply]
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What is the meaning of life if you are not exceptional in any way, if you do not look exceptional, if you do not have exceptional talent, if you were not born in a unique place, you don't have any unique skills, and you don't have a bigger goal in life?


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Modern Mom 20/06/25(Thu)23:28 No. 3425 ID: 18d12b

>if you do not look exceptional
Then you look to all the ugly mother fuckers that we idolize.

>if you do not have exceptional talent
Talent is hindsight. I never had a "talent" until I was good at something. Then all of the sudden everyone saw that I had "talent" or I was just lucky because I had "talent."

>if you were not born in a unique place
The fuck does this mean? Like, I know my shit is a "lol pull yourself up by your own bootstraps" bullshit but what does a unique place have anything to do with purpose? Everywhere is pretty unique. That's why people recommend traveling the world; to experience the different things the world has to offer. I legitimately do not know and would like someone to expand on it.

>you don't have any unique skills
Then you must learn a unique skill.

>you don't have a bigger goal in life
Then you must set yourself goal.


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guardian angel 20/08/01(Sat)08:02 No. 3438 ID: 935291
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>>3414
if you dont have a bigger goal in life then whats the problem? a safe bet though for a meaningful existence is to get married and have kids. at least that way you get the responsibility to take care of people and plus, it adds at least 18 years to your obligation to society. obviously i get its probably hard to settle down with a good woman, but if youve got nothing else going on i would suggest focusing your energy towards that. and theres always room for improvement in that system. dont look good? get /fit/. arent educated? start easy by watching documentaries. dont give up anon!


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Modern Mom 20/09/12(Sat)05:20 No. 3457 ID: 32a57e

The meaning of life is to not pay your taxes without getting caught




Please help, thank you Modern Mom 13/10/31(Thu)04:35 No. 1720 ID: a9a501 [Reply]
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Hello friends. I'm 18 years old and I'm getting kicked out of the house this summer.

I was just wondering if you guys had some tips on how should i stock up for this and what to do to prepare.

I live in Canada, I have about $3k saved up. I won't be finished highschool until middle of next year at best.

I was also thinking about joining the Canadian Forces.

So basically any Canadians here that know how to live cheaply or any sort of tricks I should know for living by myself?

Thanks guys.


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Canadian citizens 20/01/07(Tue)14:06 No. 3371 ID: 23aa44

To: Canadian citizens

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Modern Mom 20/03/07(Sat)01:49 No. 3393 ID: b9b495

if you join the forces
just realize they'll treat you like shit during training to try to make you quit
so if you cant suck up anything life will throw at you, then you arent ready for the military


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Modern Mom 20/07/16(Thu)22:21 No. 3430 ID: 6d6828

Army is good if you can just tough it out. They might even pay for a degree. If it's not for you nbd, but if you can do it you dont have to worry about money.
For food, only or mostly spend money on red meat, eggs, fish. Anything else is not important. Look up sv3rige on youtube lol
Have a plan for the future, some decent job somehow within a few years. DONT do a liberal arts degree.




what should I do with my first salary? Modern Mom 20/01/22(Wed)18:50 No. 3374 ID: c87edf [Reply]
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10k, national coin (around 166,66 u$s). been doing unregistered work, the paycheck is a little bit below what a registered part time worker gets
can't buy much with it, it seems too little to invest, but I want more. luckily I still live with my parents, so I don't have to pay anything outside of what I want to


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Modern Mom 20/02/08(Sat)22:56 No. 3380 ID: 4b048d

>>3377
that makes sense. I'm not a big spender, and I wanna save up money anyways. after a couple of months, once I swell up my savings, I'll see what I can do with them
any particular advice? I was planning on buying some u $s off the table for cheap and either sell them high (I'm pretty sure that the price will increase) or set up a time deposit in a bank


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Modern Mom 20/03/13(Fri)09:23 No. 3395 ID: 42ad2b

>>3380
Timing the market (buy low, sell high) is really just gambling, anon. First savings goal should be to have enough cash on hand so that you are always liquid. Normally people recommend 2-3 months worth of expenses, but it depends on your risk, and could be way higher. This prevents you from having to make poor choices due to unforseen circumstances (fired, car breaks, etc). Once you have this in place, you can start to worry about what’s next.


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Modern Mom 20/05/09(Sat)04:15 No. 3412 ID: ff58dc

>>3395
Not to mention everyone who actually makes any money off of any sort of futures (stocks, forex trading, whatever) does it with computers. Programs that cost tons of money as a startup cost, analyze millions of lines of statistics sourced from all over the world at all times, and make thousands of trades per second.

The days where a normal fuck could make any money at all playing futures just by looking up numbers in his daily newspaper and making smart choices died out 30 years ago. The only people doing it now are already millionaires because they are the only ones that have the technology.


>Normally people recommend 2-3 months worth of expenses
Given the events of the last two months, this rings truer than ever.




Free Gas Jason December 14/09/29(Mon)23:24 No. 2358 ID: 39ed48 [Reply]
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Warning this is illegal but you can easily pull this off if you keep your mouth shut.

Go to a dollar store, they usually have a prepaid card you can put up to like 500 and the card is like a dollar. You buy one and put about 10 or 15. you take the card to a gas station and make sure its busy. Use the card as credit. Fill up your tank pass the amount you put in there. Leave the gas station and cut the card.

Enjoy

From Jason December


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that shit don't work! Modern Mom 18/11/18(Sun)06:29 No. 3241 ID: 6d522b

gas stations don't accept prepaid credit


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Diploma Mill Certificates 18/12/28(Fri)19:07 No. 3253 ID: 3afb63

That cert is pretty fucking useless if you are jockeying a register.


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Modern Mom 20/03/24(Tue)16:55 No. 3398 ID: e94cc2

my dirt bike doesn't have plates so that's not a terrible idea in my case




Modern Mom 20/03/11(Wed)13:39 No. 3394 ID: 1079ad [Reply]
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Is this saying work is only good for your wellbeing if it's more high than low quality work?





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