I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again – if you’re selling toilet paper on Facebook for ANY price, you are a piece of shit. The only reason anyone would be selling shitter wipes on the Facebook machine is because they intentionally hoarded it for the purpose of reselling it. You are not Amazon and you are not a business. You are a consumer. If you try to capitalize off of a pandemic that has left millions unemployed and potentially thousands dead, you will end up on Turtleboy. Here’s today’s winner out of New Bedford.
Meet Jill Martin from New Bedford.
Here she is participating in what I like to call a New Bedford picnic.
Which is nothing more than a woman sitting on a blanket in her triple decker’s weed filled driveway, with nothing more than a pack of Newports and a basket full of broken dreams.
In the ultimate twist of ratchetry Milkshake Maggie recently got free eggs after reaching out to a stranger on Facebook.
So it looks like she has no problem shoving free eggs down her gullet, but the second push comes to shove she’s filling up the cart at Walmart so she can profit off of a national emergency. Understood.
Shocking she is “self employed,” and works as a “consultant” for her “business.” In other words, she doesn’t have a job and but she does have wifi and wants you to buy her garbage so she can pretend that she’s not a drain on society.
I guess the consulting business isn’t going too well, which is why she feels the need to rip off other people online.
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