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Memes & Cringe MLM Posts From Wannabe Entrepreneurs

Hey there hun. Long time no see! Boy, have I got an opportunity for you. How would you like to be your own boss and join my team? It's so cheap to join! Only $500 up front. You gotta spend money to make money. No initial inventory required! You'll just need to buy the product to show to your customers. It's so easy. I work 80 hours a week for myself—beats working 40 hours a week for a boss, am I right? You're in full control of how much you sell, you just need to sell enough to be qualified for the commission. I am my own boss and I'll be as wealthy as the company's CEO in no time. Anyone can do it, and if they can't, then they don't want it enough. Only quitters lose, and only losers quit!

Sound familiar? If you've ever gotten an unsolicited DM like this from a total stranger or that one high school friend you lost touch with years ago, then you're probably familiar with multi-level marketing. Or perhaps you yourself are a recovering pyramid schemer? Hey, we all go through bouts of desperation and bad life choices, but that doesn't make cringey MLM posts and doublespeak copy-pasta any less annoying for someone on the receiving end. If you're fed up with all the scammers peddling their fake bullshit, you'll surely get a kick out of these anti-MLM memes and eye-roll worthy posts from wannabe entrepreneurs and 'bossbabes.'

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Posts & Memes For People Who Hate Pyramid Schemes

We've all come across one in the wild at some point. That acquaintance from high school you haven't spoken to in literally nine years who slides into your DMs for one nefarious purpose...to convince you to buy into a non-salaried workforce by peddling bullshit no one wants to buy, all under the guise of 'entrepreneurship.' Yes, we're talking about multi-level marketing schemes and scammers, baby! The truly sad thing about MLM is that the grifter is oftentimes just a victim of grifting themselves, caught in an endless cycle of preying on the down and out. We're all just trying to get through our own personal hells, so it's pretty infuriating to see these big pyramid selling companies succeed at exploiting us even more. 

If you're as fed up as us with all this wicked MLM nonsense, you'll surely get a kick out of these posts and memes that share your sentiment. 

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'Invest Button' Memes Are For People Who Have Brainy Ideas

This dank meme features Canadian businessman and Shark Tank personality Robert Herjavec pressing a button that says "invest." It's being used as an entrepreneurial update to the "Nut Button" meme that we all love so dearly. Here are some of our favorites.

Funny dank memes entitled "Invest Button" featuring Robert Herjavec from the TV show 'Shark Tank' | Panasonic invented refrigerator comes if call INVEST | AMK3 @yodarlin_ Yoooo imagine this but as cereal. INVEST chocolate tips of ice cream cones
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Dude Explains On Twitter That Billionaires' Humble 'Garage Stories' Are All A Bunch Of BS

As Americans, we're all probably pretty familiar with the "garage" success story in which successful billionaires started out working in humble conditions, such as in a basement or garage until they made it big. This Twitteruser brought up an interesting different viewpoint!

This thread is pretty eye-opening, but we certainly don't want to dominate the discussion here - what do you all think? Are billionaires like Jeff Bezos and Steve Jobs self-made? Or did they receive a little more help than the rest of us along the way?

Twitter thread about billionaires and where they got their wealth from
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