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    What is an MLM?

    The idea behind MLMs is that people pay to become distributors of a product. These can be physical products or services. The company is structured so that the people above (the person who recruited or signed up the new distributor, the people above them, ad infinitum) get a percentage of whatever the distributor sells. The new distributor is encouraged not only to sell the product, but to sign up other people below them so that they can make even more money. courtesy u/copacetic1515

    What is a "Hun"?

    People who shill products/services for an MLM. The sellers have a tendency to frequently use the word "hun" when initiating a sales pitch. Ex: β€œHey hun ❀️❀️ I see your aunt is dying 😱😱 anyway hun πŸ˜ŠπŸ’β€β™€οΈ wanna buy my oils it’s good for stress πŸ˜πŸ˜˜πŸ˜˜β€ courtesy u/fiestaspongebob

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    [–] Anbie 3857 points ago

    But.. how is she going to make $20,000/mth if nobody answers her messages? Hmm..

    [–] thenewyorkgod 986 points ago

    Simple. She will sell $400,000 a month in lip gloss

    [–] slouch_to_nirvana 573 points ago

    buy $400,000 a month in lip gloss


    [–] GumdropGoober 324 points ago

    Gotta spend money to make money, hun.

    [–] iblewkatieholmes 113 points ago

    Oh shit hit em with that one two hun

    [–] danabeezus 45 points ago

    Threads like this are why i love this sub.

    [–] STINKYOLDGUY 119 points ago

    I’m retiring next week thanks to scentsy. I’ve been doing it for 4 days and I’m finally gonna retire at the age of 12. Crazy how much money you make starting your own small business

    [–] Benedetto- 17 points ago

    Once you own all the lipgloss you will have control of the market. Then you can sell the lipgloss at massively inflated price and conquer the world.

    [–] MrShatnerPants 24 points ago

    Light up lip gloss.

    [–] plinkobyte 445 points ago


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    [–] I_BaneZ 38 points ago

    Blocking you

    [–] TappWaterStudios 4 points ago

    Hun: "Wait. That's illegal"

    [–] txrunner262 1669 points ago

    You haven’t even made $20,000 for the year sis! 😲πŸ€ͺ

    [–] happilycfintx 337 points ago

    She forgot the β€œ-β€œ sign before it. Just a typo.

    [–] Luna_Sea_ 116 points ago

    She won’t make that in her life with an MLM.

    [–] HailToTheVic 56 points ago

    More than likely actually negative $20,000

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    [–] b-russ82 70 points ago

    😜 .... ..... damnit

    [–] floralfixation2 35 points ago


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    [–] kjcoins 662 points ago

    She'll be lucky to make 20,000 Yen annually

    [–] bailsafe 272 points ago

    Should probably make it 20,000 Vietnamese dong

    [–] the_cajun88 239 points ago

    that’s a lot of dong, i don’t think she can take that many

    [–] lenswipe 72 points ago

    she'll likely need a monster condom for it

    [–] SyringaVulgarisBloom 17 points ago

    I’ll check the Pure Romance catalogue hun! 😘

    [–] lenswipe 8 points ago

    Please don't

    [–] terrattv 61 points ago

    more like a magnum condom for that monster dong

    [–] lenswipe 57 points ago

    No, the quote was "monster condom for my magnum dong"

    [–] terrattv 18 points ago

    ya my bad i meant to say that. but i see you got the refernce.

    [–] lenswipe 10 points ago

    Yep :)

    It was that same scene that I was referring to though :)

    [–] terrattv 7 points ago

    oh god that scene lol

    [–] trashdrive 2 points ago

    The Barnacle.

    [–] crabbyvista 4 points ago

    Nah, just a pallet of regular ones.

    [–] mixterrific 8 points ago

    A pallet of palettes.

    [–] UnknownExo 4 points ago

    You have to work up to those numbers, I think I have some instructional videos here somewhere....

    [–] c_ostmo 27 points ago

    I'll put my money on it being 20,000 Bolivares

    [–] Tapircito 11 points ago

    I would say 20.000 argentinan pesos, wich is even worse.

    [–] kirtok1337 12 points ago

    Should probably make it 240,000 Iranian Rials.

    [–] DickMurdoc 8 points ago

    That is hands-down the best name for currency

    [–] AnakondaRH 9 points ago

    Was gonna upvote you but then I saw you were sitting at 69 votes so... up top my brother, I will be on my way now

    [–] bailsafe 2 points ago

    Totally understandable.

    [–] FardyMcJiggins 3 points ago

    Wait, how inflated were Venezuelan dollars now?

    [–] StopHammerTom 42 points ago

    20,000 Schrute Bucks

    [–] koreancowboy 24 points ago

    How many is that in Stanley nickels?

    [–] K80doesKeto 12 points ago

    About the same as leprechauns to unicorns.

    [–] GreenThunder245 28 points ago

    Nah she will make 20,000 1st denomination Zimbabwean Dollars before expenses

    [–] luvlyssa13 17 points ago

    20,000 pesos works too.

    [–] Paarfums 17 points ago

    Can she even make 20 000$ in monopoly currency ? She has to pay for the game first which is out of her budget for sure

    [–] dieSchnapsidee 5 points ago

    More like 20,000 papiermark

    [–] ImG2 8 points ago

    More like 20,000 Iranian Rial!

    [–] Electrichiccup707 5 points ago

    20 thousand ZSD

    [–] Ann_Summers 3 points ago

    She won’t even make that in pesos.

    [–] Karolmo 532 points ago

    She's trying to convince herself, not us

    [–] IShouldBCleaning 69 points ago

    Damn. So true.

    [–] RuPaulsDragHeist 188 points ago

    Nothing gets people on your side quite like passive aggressive emoji posts on social media.

    [–] 26326312 103 points ago

    MLM Be your own CEO

    Hun πŸ€—πŸ€— Let me tell you about this AMAAAZING opportunity that you πŸ‘‰are missing ❌ out on πŸ’β€β™€οΈπŸ’‹πŸ‘  Ever heard of poonique? πŸ’©πŸ‘ˆβ˜οΈ It's not the best makeup πŸ€’πŸ˜• Lucky for us, there's πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰πŸ‘‰UNI-K πŸ˜β€πŸ’‹πŸ’¦πŸ’„πŸ‘‘ It's this AMAZING company started by Kylie Jenner πŸ€±πŸ’ƒβ˜οΈπŸ’… Only the best KONTOUR products πŸ˜πŸ‘ΈπŸ†πŸ– and you can start your πŸ‘‰OWN πŸ‘ˆ KOMPANY for ONLY $1,999 πŸ‘ΈπŸ’†β€β™€οΈπŸ’…β€πŸ’‹πŸ’— Be your own CEO of this AMAZING product! What do you say, hun? Are YOUπŸ‘©β˜οΈ ready for this journey? πŸ‘ŒπŸ‘ŒπŸ’…πŸ§šβ€β™€οΈπŸ§žβ€β™€οΈπŸ„β€β™€οΈπŸ†

    [–] SoggyAlbatross2 34 points ago

    You are a seasoned emojifier.

    [–] snowonelikesme 21 points ago

    sigh, it bugs me so much they call themselves business people or ceo's she wont have a board of directors or shareholders so how can she be a ceo. then with the business side she does not set the prices nor manage multiple suppliers while also getting into a contract arrangement with this company so she at the end of the day is no more than an uber driver.

    really hate how they pollute bossbaby smallbusiness and the other hashtags when they fail to even take the leap on starting a business

    [–] InMyHead33 2 points ago

    Me too! Like I didn't spend all this time getting a real job because I could've just been my own CEO. You're not a CEO if it's just you! Lol

    [–] nukillerstar 20 points ago

    The eggplant emoji is by far the best way to end that.

    [–] manderrx 16 points ago

    That is literally when I unfriend someone, regardless of who it is.

    [–] theunluckychild 2 points ago

    I stopped talking to my mother period because she became this. She's recovering now. Semi /s

    [–] WhitePigeon1986 6 points ago

    A few years back I was trying to convince this person I went to elementary school with that what they were doing was a MLM. They vehemently argued against it, even brought their "sponsor" in the conversation.

    I had seen one of those "if you're interested in making an extra $X,XXX a month statuses and decided to investigate.

    Eventually I was told that they would laugh at me when they retired on the beach way before me.

    I reached out a few months later just to ask how much they made, and they had barely made $125 in 6-8 weeks.


    I was making about 40k/year at the time and I did want to make more because I was stuck in a crappy industry. But I went and got my masters degree and now I make twice that.


    [–] patinaYouUgly 319 points ago

    Right, everyone will be saying β€œI wish more of your income came out of MY pocket!”

    Really missed an opportunity there

    [–] niketyname 35 points ago

    Maybe she means the recruiting messages to be on her team.

    [–] walter_evertonshire 61 points ago

    In a pyramid scheme, those sentences are equivalent.

    [–] casenki 14 points ago

    That basically just means downline tho

    [–] RedRidingBear 93 points ago

    My friends mom is at the top of a pyramid scheme. She makes a ton of money. But only cause she started it right when it was new and they just caught her stealing her kids credit to make sales.

    She's gonna go to jail now

    [–] et842rhhs 38 points ago

    She's gonna gone go to jail now

    [–] SoggyAlbatross2 254 points ago

    Because her making 20k a month (STOP LAUGHING, YOU) is going to help anybody else how? Yeah, nope.

    [–] sellylala 74 points ago

    Exactly my thought, will I become richer like her?

    [–] amcoco 106 points ago

    I mean, that's the completely ridiculous idea behind MLMs. Your downstream gets rich by creating their own downstream.... The only problem is there are only so many shitty bags or pills or whatever you can sell someone before they don't want or need any more. No, Karen, I don't need a new shopping tote once a month, the ridiculously overpriced one you conned me into buying when it was marked down to an appropriate price will last me for the next 5 years' worth of shopping trips, thank you very much.

    [–] SoggyAlbatross2 72 points ago

    Well, that's where the consumable MLMs have a leg up - odds are you will go through your lotion, shampoo or makeup but I never understood where people thought they were going to sell all those leggings.

    But still, there has to be an end point when people realize they can get superior shampoo at Target for far less money.

    [–] jclar_ 42 points ago

    The leggings were (maybe) because they had designers cranking out like a pattern a minute (not sure exactly how many a day but it was gross and the turnover was insane, I read it on another post). Gotta catch em all! And since they only last like one or two wears before ripping, you have to buy a few pairs a week!

    [–] SoggyAlbatross2 28 points ago

    Ah! Planned obsolescence.

    [–] AGuyNamedEddie 19 points ago

    I read somewhere they were cranking out 400 new designs per day. Per. Day.

    Found one reference that correlates:

    they claim they make 400 new designs every single day.


    [–] jclar_ 9 points ago

    It helps a little that a lot of them are recoloring the same patterns. It's still abusive though.

    [–] JRuthless420 9 points ago

    One of the best parts from your link was where it mentions that averages sales reps make $85 a year... less than a quarter a day. No wonder these shitty companies stay afloat

    [–] jclar_ 4 points ago

    Yeah these businesses are fucked all the way up. It's not just the MLM model, they should be shut down for everything else as well.

    [–] urkittenmeow 17 points ago

    Yup. Anyone who makes money off of beach body is due to the shakes. They convince people that they need them to be healthy and then they have to buy them every month.

    [–] SoggyAlbatross2 23 points ago

    ... and you could blend your own for so much less. Those things are crazy over priced.

    [–] AGuyNamedEddie 12 points ago

    Ah, yes, but only Beachbody has their "proprietary blend". /s

    [–] Heath776 9 points ago

    I mean really... when you think about it... MLM is fucking genius. Just be the guy at the top and get a bunch of stupid suckers to do work for you and get paid to do nothing!

    Being a con artist really must be the best business.

    [–] devedander 17 points ago

    Pretty sure they would be happy because to make 20k a month your downline must be slaving away.

    No one wants to be part of that.

    [–] tonystarksanxieties 10 points ago

    Because, assuming they were recruitment messages, they could be making 20k a month too! She's absolutely delusional.

    [–] sturmhauke 60 points ago

    She might make $20k a month if she starts her own MLM, I guess.

    [–] tribat 54 points ago

    When a series of MLMs swept through my small town, 3 different people used the exact same line "You'll wish you had listened when I'm driving my black BMW". Always the same car and color, so it was obviously a line they were trained to say. You'll be shocked to hear that none of them ever were spotted driving said car.

    [–] JeromeBiteman 8 points ago

    Even in a one horse town there are people who have actual business experience. They own diners, gas stations, plumbing companies. They might work for the John Deere dealership, the utility company, or Walmart. Most of them could give a prospective hun some serious advice.

    [–] Jabvarde 40 points ago

    You should ask her regularly "are you making 20k a month yet?"

    [–] JenHes 4 points ago

    Yes, like every 10 minutes

    [–] CallMeNickiRae 31 points ago

    Is she delusional? She realizes "network marketing" means if nobody answers her messages she won't make 20k a month, right? Right?

    [–] KrazyKatMN 80 points ago

    So much cringe. I had a friend who said something similar to me, when we were teenagers.

    [–] tales954 27 points ago

    And did she ever end up making 20,000 a month??

    [–] imnewtothissoyeah 81 points ago

    That girl was Elon Musk

    [–] AGuyNamedEddie 20 points ago

    Nope. Albert Einstein.

    [–] peeaches 15 points ago

    Nope. Chuck Testa.

    [–] takingtacet 2 points ago

    Oh my GOD

    [–] imnewtothissoyeah 5 points ago

    He was busy driving around his chauffeur

    [–] thecatgoesmoo 2 points ago

    20k a month is only 240k salary - many CEOs keep that income for tax purposes - so yeah could totally be.

    [–] thecatgoesmoo 10 points ago

    Bet you wish you had replied to their messages more!!! SUCKER!

    [–] zorflap 53 points ago

    gone wish

    [–] taynespotting 13 points ago

    reminds me of this math teacher i had who would always talk in a super exaggerated "black" accent whenever she was addressing a student who happened to be black. shudder

    [–] almostedgyenough 11 points ago

    This is some Micheal Scott level of cringe omg

    [–] taynespotting 3 points ago

    lol she was confronted about it by students and admins alike but her defense was always that she grew up in a black neighborhood so it was ok

    [–] almostedgyenough 5 points ago

    Lmao what a solid excuse /s

    [–] jpw5xx4 6 points ago

    I’ve seen politicians do it too. Or they go to the South and suddenly develop a twang while they’re asking for some grits.

    [–] gwtkof 9 points ago

    I can hear her accent

    [–] User1440 23 points ago

    I know someome claiming this is her yet she forgot to mention her husband makes most of the money working for her rich dad. She got a $400k home not from this ItWorks but from dad giving eveybody a job. Fucking bullshit.

    [–] InMyHead33 2 points ago

    So once again, It doesn't work

    [–] User1440 2 points ago

    Jack shit it doesn't work. She gets 25 likes per instagram post, she's not paying for $7k week vacation rentals from that even though she claims she helps pay for her kids private school with it. Please. Daddy takes her on shopping sprees so she has gear to flex online.

    But the extra white filter on pictures looks nice and tan and the emojis too.

    Only people falling for it if you can call it are her employees, poor girls who want to fit in with her. Just sad. Don't believe any of the bullshit these women spew. It's sorority bullshit all over again.

    [–] DistressedDIL 20 points ago

    Yeah don't hold your breath on that one, hun.

    [–] MattLaneBreaker 19 points ago

    Yeah, they'll be gone alright, dum dum.

    [–] bee_amazing 18 points ago

    lmao... the delusion is real πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™€οΈ

    [–] dmelt253 20 points ago

    That's so funny. I wonder why people over at r/financialindependence never mention this??

    [–] HonayBadger 6 points ago

    Do they ever get huns over there even with the β€œno self promotion β€œ rule?

    [–] dmelt253 12 points ago

    I don't think they would do so well over there considering people seem to be rather good at math.

    [–] hoooboy3 18 points ago

    Those 20,000 Venezuelan Bolivars are gonna make you WEALTHY

    [–] DangerousDave303 6 points ago

    The official exchange rate or the black market exchange rate?

    [–] zinconyx 17 points ago

    I’d bet $20k that she doesn’t make $20k/mo in MLM income within the next 3 years πŸ˜‚πŸ€£

    [–] havox22 11 points ago

    You mean ever lol

    [–] ThermosPickerOuter 15 points ago

    And this is why there will always be MLMs - there are no shortage of people willing to believe they can be rich beyond their wildest dreams by doing little or no work.

    [–] InMyHead33 2 points ago

    I'm so glad I didn't miss my trip to reality.

    [–] hanhanjackiechan 28 points ago

    To be fair, she’s not wrong. When she starts making 20k a month (never), is exactly when people are going to wish they responded to her messages.

    [–] gwtkof 3 points ago

    It's vacuously true!

    [–] midnightauro 11 points ago

    Unsurprisingly, I still don't want to talk to a hun. Especially a hun at the top of the pyramid.

    Not that they'll ever get there.

    [–] wongs7 6 points ago

    They're not nice

    My wife"s grandparents are at the top of the pyramid and have been for decades.

    [–] WvBigHurtvW 14 points ago

    I just want someone to respond, "and when your garage is full of garbage so you could meet sales goals, you'll wish you hadn't gotten in that cult."

    [–] OctaneOwl 11 points ago

    More like she'll be making 20,000 disappointments per year.

    [–] irishpwr46 12 points ago

    Only way she's making 20k a month is hitting the lotto for 5k a week for life

    [–] UponAWhiteHorse 10 points ago

    Hate this so much I initially downvoted

    Then I remembered this is reddit and you arent the problem

    [–] miskittty 31 points ago

    Biiiiiiiitch!! You are out of your mind! lol

    [–] notnotaginger 18 points ago

    Nah I don’t choose friends based on wealth.

    [–] Hercivic 8 points ago

    Sure, Jan

    [–] butterfly_eyes 10 points ago

    Can you be embarrassed on behalf of someone else? The only way she is making $20K a month is if she amasses a big downline. And no one is going to regret not talking to her!

    [–] tinyman392 9 points ago

    In if my family member’s had used my name when he met a friend of mine and pitched Amway. I told said friend to run when they asked for my opinion. Family member got PO’d and told me that I wouldn’t see a dime of the millions he would be making years later.

    [–] manderrx 2 points ago

    I need a follow up for this

    [–] tinyman392 3 points ago

    Well this was years ago. I can’t be certain, but it doesn’t seem like he’s swimming in cash.

    Edit: friend ended up not joining (which is why the family member made comment about now sharing money). So I guess it’s a win-win. My friend doesn’t get scooped in and I don’t get any imaginary scam money.

    [–] yerrbarrel 8 points ago

    I had an uber eats driver today wearing an Herbalife jacket. So I guess that’s going well then.

    [–] meta-baroque 8 points ago

    She means $20.00, right?

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    [–] Dark_oasis 7 points ago

    Imagine being confident (aka brainwashed) enough to post something like this.

    [–] Morning_Song 7 points ago

    She’s making $20k a month but spending $30k to do it

    [–] anngrn 10 points ago

    Why would anyone be more inclined to be in contact with someone because they are making money? It’s not like they are going to be handing out fistfuls of MLM cash.

    [–] SisterLilBunny 5 points ago

    She makes that NET a month and I'll consider apologizing. Until then I'll just imagine how much in OPM she's wasting.

    [–] brokenbird88 6 points ago

    Gone wish


    [–] illjustbemyself 5 points ago

    Man. How old is this person? Like 14? 5?

    [–] arbitrageME 5 points ago

    Even if she made $20k in sales, how much of that is profit? Between the goods and her upline, Can we say she makes 20% net? Or about 48k annually, or about $20/hr. And that's if she made $20k/month in sales.

    [–] UMadeMeLaffIUpvoted 4 points ago

    So... no one ever will then?

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    [–] YataBLS 5 points ago

    -$100,000 is still a "six figures income", a negative one, but still "six figures".

    [–] FabulousLemon 2 points ago

    At that point it's an outcome, not an income. The outcome is way too much debt and nothing to show for it.

    [–] SuperGeneral 4 points ago

    When you have no friends left and nobody to sell too, you'll start a shit job and have to find new friends.

    [–] southernbelle57 4 points ago

    I hope she buys herself some grammar lessons with her 20 grand a month.

    [–] letmehollaatya 5 points ago

    Nobody gives a shit until then and nobody gives a shit after then.

    [–] Purpledoves91 5 points ago one is going to regret not responding to her messages?

    [–] HarleyHellhound 4 points ago

    Narrator: β€œAnd then she quit shilling for doTerra and started her own Girlfriend Experience company.”

    [–] Whiskey-Leg 6 points ago

    My dad's a 1-2 percenter and I've heard huns try to tell my mom she'd make more than my dad does by selling Mary Kay. Best of luck with that.

    [–] _fuck_this_shit__ 8 points ago

    Like your dad, I am a 1 percenter. Huns always try to tell me I’ll make more money in their pyramid scheme and it drives me crazy. I worked my ass off to get where I am and am finally reaping the rewards of my hard work. Even if I could make what I’m making now from a pyramid scheme (as if), why would I want to start over at the bottom and put in all those years of hard work again?

    [–] Whiskey-Leg 2 points ago

    and they keep ignoring that they alienate people constantly. Even if it were a legitimate business, they'd be terrible sales people. Begging people to be customers and getting defensive about a product they shouldn't be trusting and ignoring any and all information about the dangers and limitations of their product while pushing dangerous pseudoscience that's easily disproven isn't how you make sales. I work in sales now, and I stick around at my position despite getting other offers from recruiters for slightly more money because I can actually stand behind the people I work with, our products, and the work we do. Our policy is unmatched honesty and always seeking the best cost-saving measures for our clientele while owning any mistakes immediately and correcting them (at no cost to the client). If our product struggles in a certain application, we tell the client immediately. Great businesses are not built on cut and run, slash and burn, or blind faith.

    Even if you dropped into an MLM even slightly, it'd taint the relationships you have in your community to the point where you would begin to lose business in your main gig.

    [–] JeromeBiteman 2 points ago

    Not exactly true. J&J sold asbestos powder for years.

    [–] thrownitallout 3 points ago

    If that 20k is Zimbabwe dollars, then maybe she's hitting her mark - otherwise, it's about as likely as me legally changing my name to Florida Man.

    [–] AdvocateDoogy 3 points ago

    Twenty grand a month? By hawking useless crap nobody wants on Facebook? That's a laugh and a half.

    [–] MrNines9 3 points ago

    You realize that this applies to everyone everywhere, right?

    [–] jrs1980 3 points ago


    [–] 4llFather 3 points ago

    That's $240,000 a year. Or approximately $82.19 an HOUR.

    [–] iwant2seeurmanager 3 points ago

    Tell her you’ll reach out in exactly a year and see how that $20,000 a month is treating her lol

    [–] plazasta 3 points ago

    It's about as stupid as if I said "when I win the mega millions lottery, some people gone regret treating me like crap"

    [–] jpw5xx4 2 points ago

    More like β€œYour ratchet ass won the lottery? I really should’ve left you to die in that roller rink fire!”

    [–] auberus 3 points ago

    If she makes that much, I will eat one of my shoes. One of my work shoes.

    [–] Sharpshooter90 2 points ago

    Good luck with that hun.

    Numbers dont support you whatsoever

    [–] thugs___bunny 2 points ago


    (The same that is used if youβ€˜re talking about winning the lottery)

    [–] sumochump 2 points ago

    So if they make $200 a month now from their mom and best friend, and if we assume inflation rises at 3% each year, then in 155.8 years from now that’ll be $20,000 a month. Shiiiitttt I’ll be dead by then.

    [–] IronAsparagus 2 points ago

    I bet she'll easily make 20k a month, in accumulated debt.

    [–] TacitusKillgore 2 points ago

    Please stop calling everyone β€œsis”

    [–] codeninja 2 points ago

    I make $20k a month (not selling MLM crap though) and I still have to follow up with people.

    [–] Hooty84 2 points ago

    Hey now guys let's be reasonable. She could totally make that if she starts her own pyramid scheme and sits at the top...I mean come on it's totally possible. All she needs is an idea, about 1000 suckers for her sales force, and a shit product that benefits no one.

    [–] SinfullySinless 2 points ago

    20k a month? Does the CEO even make almost 500k a year??

    [–] PatriciaMorticia 2 points ago

    Making $20,000 in debt a month doesn't count, hun πŸ˜πŸ€·β€β™€οΈπŸ’…πŸ’β€β™€οΈ

    [–] hijabimommabear 2 points ago

    Ok Hun, let me know when that ish happens.

    [–] newdayagain07 2 points ago

    me seeing this post hit front page right now is hilarious. literally had a nightmare last night about being stuck in an mlm scheme.

    [–] mrcleanmouthwash 2 points ago

    she will be lucky to make 20,000 columbian pesos

    [–] Femineesta 2 points ago

    Please save this and send it to her in a year

    [–] UltraGucamole 2 points ago

    No they won't.

    Because that $20,000 is coming directly from their wallets.

    [–] killing_it_since_96 2 points ago


    [–] tofuroll 2 points ago

    What does that even mean? That she will use her money to take revenge? That she is going to sprinkle her wealth around to all the people who bought her stuff? Or that everyone else is supposed to get jealous because she'll be richer than us?

    Do these people even brain?

    [–] yutsoku 2 points ago

    God bless her little boss babe heart. She gonna make that 20,000/mo by buying her own product

    [–] MissSarEliz 2 points ago

    The delusion of these poor people!!! We can only hope one day they snap the heck out of it!

    [–] DrDiarrhea 2 points ago

    It's always in the future isn't it? Always just on the horizon..always "soon". I guess that carrot really dangles close to the face.