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Spoiled Rich Girl Revealing How She Affords NYC Life Will Make You Rage

Refinery29 probably made a bad call with publishing this article in their series entitled Money Diaries, which chronicles how the Millennial woman budgets her "hard-earned" money. In this particular installment, R29 interviews a 21-year-old college student and marketing intern living in New York City who makes $25 per hour and can somehow still afford to have a little extra cash left over after she pays the bills.

Sounds like a pretty typical Millennial life, right? Well sure, until you learn that said marketing intern has rich parents who pay her rent, phone bill and health insurance costs. Needless to say, the internet is absolutely raging about this spoiled rich girl's lavish lifestyle.

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15 Pyramid Scheme Memes And Posts That Really Deliver The Cringe

Anyone with a Facebook account knows that there are a few very specific types of annoying of people in any feed: 

1.) parents who can't seem to post about anything other than their kids doing entirely mundane things; 

2.) people who constantly post about their healthy lifestyles and gym check-ins; and 

3.) the MLM salesperson, also known as the Hun, the #BossBabe or the "entrepreneur." They'll sneakily slide into your DMs under the facade of "friendship" or "just saying hi." Don't be fooled. They're trying to rope you into the endless scam that is the pyramid scheme where literally no one wins expect the higher-ups.

The following posts are some of our favorite cringe moments from the dreaded Boss Babes.

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17 Pyramid Scheme Memes And Fails That'll Make You Feel Sad For Humanity

Everyone's got at least one Facebook friend who tries to slide into their DMs about starting a "wonderful and unique business opportunity while working from home." Of course, these "business opportunities" always turn out to be scams (otherwise known as pyramid schemes or multi-level marketing) that force salespeople to spend their own money on "starter kits." 

It's too hard not to meme and highlight the fails brought to us by the likes of Lularoe, Younique, DoTerra and more!

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