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Possible Ways to Make Money on the Side?

Where do you live?

I don’t see why prostitution isn’t a realistic response.

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
You need money for food, but I don’t think you need supplements. I’m actually positive you don’t need them.[/quote]

By supplements I mean protein, creatine, multivitamins etc not big boy juice

I live in Orange Beach, AL. & thank you for some of the responses guys. & you’re right, all I need is a mom to make me pasta, but I don’t have that.

Just get a security gig somewhere so you can sit on your butt and do homework.

[quote]haydfree wrote:

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
You need money for food, but I don’t think you need supplements. I’m actually positive you don’t need them.[/quote]

By supplements I mean protein, creatine, multivitamins etc not big boy juice[/quote]

powdered milk, double strength. All you need at your age.

[quote]haydfree wrote:

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
You need money for food, but I don’t think you need supplements. I’m actually positive you don’t need them.[/quote]
By supplements I mean protein, creatine, multivitamins etc not big boy juice[/quote]
Why, did you already budget for your cycle before quitting?

A 5’4" high school senior who quits his job in order to spend more time in the gym is making the kind of immature decision only a teenager can get away with.

Dude, get your priorities straight. You don’t have to train six days a week. And even if you did, tons of guys on this site manage to juggle school and work and family time and training without any problems. It’d benefit you in the long run if you learned how to train hard and kept a job.

You talked about wanting to be a pro bodybuilder. Do a quick bit of research to see what some pros do to earn money without a regular 9-5 job. If that doesn’t sway you, then by all means go for it.

I think you need to be 18 to do G4P lol

My son at one time set up a car washing ‘business’. He put fliers in all of our neighbors mailboxes letting them know that on Saturday morning he’d wash the outside of their cars by hand. He created a list and asked people to sign up. He usually ended up washing 10-12 cars, about 30 minutes each car (including hand dry) and made $5-10 per car (usually $10 because our neighbors gave him a tip).
Most Saturdays he made $100 in 5 hours.

Half the time the neighbors actually ended up helping out.

Don’t know if you have the space to do this…

You do have to buy some supplies but for my son this worked quite well for about 6 months.

Won’t give you free time to study but might give you a few $
Being in a beach community check with real estate people to see if they need someone to clean up rental properties.
They have horse riding there so check with stables, feed stores, and tack shops. Working restocking and loading feed, hay and tack equipment will give you a workout while you get paid.
Also look into cleaning up dog poop on peoples properties. I’m serious. Charge a flat fee and scoop like hell! There are several companies out there that do this.

I make ~$100/week in college tutoring. If you know what you’re doing in those classes that everyone hates like calc, physics, or chem, you might be able to make it work through your high school, a community college, or an assisted learning place (ex. sylvan).

EDIT: Make $200 at McD’s so you can by an Amway starter kit, become a successful IBO, and retire by 24.

[quote]haydfree wrote:

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
You need money for food, but I don’t think you need supplements. I’m actually positive you don’t need them.[/quote]

By supplements I mean protein, creatine, multivitamins etc not big boy juice[/quote]

And my statement stands. You don’t need any of those.

[quote]Chris Colucci wrote:

[quote]haydfree wrote:

[quote]LankyMofo wrote:
You need money for food, but I don’t think you need supplements. I’m actually positive you don’t need them.[/quote]
By supplements I mean protein, creatine, multivitamins etc not big boy juice[/quote]
Why, did you already budget for your cycle before quitting?

A 5’4" high school senior who quits his job in order to spend more time in the gym is making the kind of immature decision only a teenager can get away with.

Dude, get your priorities straight. You don’t have to train six days a week. And even if you did, tons of guys on this site manage to juggle school and work and family time and training without any problems. It’d benefit you in the long run if you learned how to train hard and kept a job.

You talked about wanting to be a pro bodybuilder. Do a quick bit of research to see what some pros do to earn money without a regular 9-5 job. If that doesn’t sway you, then by all means go for it.[/quote]

Oh, man.

I’m surprised no one has called him out on pictures yet. 5’4", 164lbs at 9% bf is a huge little man.

I caddy and I can pull 150$ a weekend (8 hours) if I’m not an idiot to the golfer and decide to wake up at 5 a.m. on the weekend. Maybe even more if there’s a tournament.

Only problem is most clubs train a very small class in the early spring and in the winter months there’s no work. Also, when you first begin and don’t know the course you’ll be in direct competition with a terrible piece of technology called the golf cart.

You should really ask your fellow friends about random job opportunities, like being a catering dishwasher, they pull 100 plus dollars a night according to my friends.

Other than that unless any of us live in your town we can’t tell you where to get money, you have to find out for yourself.

[quote]marrot wrote:

EDIT: Make $200 at McD’s so you can by an Amway starter kit, become a successful IBO, and retire by 24.[/quote]

This is definitely an option. If you aren’t lazy, willing to dedicate a lot of your time and have no practical skills, network marketing is a great way to make money.

Also, you can make a few extra bucks taking online surveys.

[quote]cakyman wrote:
I caddy and I can pull 150$ a weekend (8 hours) if I’m not an idiot to the golfer and decide to wake up at 5 a.m. on the weekend. Maybe even more if there’s a tournament.
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Oh caddy, oh daddy…

I’m probably going to get flamed for this, but when I was younger, I sold cocaine on the side to make some extra cash. Find a reputable mid-level dealer and buy in ounce quantities. Cut it/stretch it, repackage and resell for profit. Sell only to people you know, don’t stay in the game too long, and you’ll have a fairly lucrative side income.

[quote]AlienDnA wrote:
I’m probably going to get flamed for this, but when I was younger, I sold cocaine on the side to make some extra cash. Find a reputable mid-level dealer and buy in ounce quantities. Cut it/stretch it, repackage and resell for profit. Sell only to people you know, don’t stay in the game too long, and you’ll have a fairly lucrative side income. [/quote]

It’s only stupid if you get greedy.

[quote]orion wrote:

[quote]cakyman wrote:
I caddy and I can pull 150$ a weekend (8 hours) if I’m not an idiot to the golfer and decide to wake up at 5 a.m. on the weekend. Maybe even more if there’s a tournament.
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Oh caddy, oh daddy…
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Sorry but what was that about exactly? I didn’t know MTV started played wacky songs in the 1980’s. I thought it was my generation only that made MTV terrible.

if you can write well and are passionate about something, there are online websites where you can get work to write and get paid around $5-10 for each article.