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revito

My family used to own a store in Detroit. And you’d see these kind of guys by every highway exit. (Sometimes you have crack heads, Most of the time it was just alcoholics) And the guy closest to our store, his sign would say “buy me another cold one” he would clean our parking lot every day, and shovel the snow. And cut the grass too. We paid him in beer and smokes and liquor. Less then $20 a week. He use to drink bottom of the bottom shelf. One Christmas i told him pick any 200 ml. He still picked his 5 o’clock gin… I told him I’ll give him the 400 ml. He told me no. He will drink it too fast. Just give him the 200 ml now and the other 200 ml later. And that’s what we did.

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drduckling951

That instant No! Honestly for the win.

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lemagnifiquebob

Some of my friends used to go beg for money at festivals in Montreal. On a good night and with a good joke, they'd make around 200$ in a few hours.

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joshua_samura

Life has been hard for Louis CK recently

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zelitomi

Several years ago a begger stopped next to our car. My mother wanted to help him, so she offered him an orange. He didn't want that, and asked for money. We didn't gave him any. In Hungary it's become common, that the beggers directly ask for money, to buy alcohol. "I won't lie i want money to buy alcohol."

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olivedrab

Half of them have signs like that now.

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commentbear

he is beerless!

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oldjoseph

A homeless dude once came up to me and said "Look man, I wont bullshit, its my birthday and I really need a beer". He got his beer

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not_a_redhead

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