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Today, I realized I'm so desperate for money that I started to watch Breaking Bad to learn how to make meth. I stopped, not because I decided it was a bad idea, but because it looks too hard. FML

By Yo Mr. White! ... BETCH! / Tuesday 23 October 2012 22:47 / United States - Imperial Beach
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By  spaboolly  |  26

Suggestions for more productive uses of your time: Looking for a job Donating blood/plasma Doing volunteer work Learning a new (preferably marketable) skill Catching up on reading Judging by the level of intelligence in this story, I would say the last one will take quite a while.

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  GhettoXmuffin  |  7

I inadvertently learned how to count cards by watching that movie. Myth busted?

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  Senseless_487  |  28

Inadvertently learned, huh? I was trained to count cards (I'm a dealer, so it was required to know what to look for), and it took weeks of training. I highly doubt you learned just by watching a two hour movie that gets it wrong, anyway.

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  GhettoXmuffin  |  7

13- Ha.. (Raises hands) You got me.

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  agonydrum  |  7

How did it take weeks to learn? My buddy is security at the Cosmo it took him 5 min to teach me

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  Senseless_487  |  28

Five minutes to learn which cards are +1 and -1, yeah, but you have to practice enough to be able to keep the count under pressure, with everyone talking, and the sounds in the casino everywhere. So yes, it took weeks to be able to consistently keep the count without it looking like I was counting.

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  raNDMGUy  |  5

Fun fact though, Breaking Bad is factually correct with all of its meth making - they just mix it up and leave out a step or two so people like OP don't try it at home

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This is why OP is a broke loser. He gives up whenever something seems too difficult. While making meth is retarded to begin with, your work ethic is why so many people want to completely do away with social entitlements. Get a skill, then a job.

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Yes, selling an unnecessary organ to a medical facility that could potentially save somebody's life with it, is outrageously crazy. -_- Who cares why he did it? If my donor donated to buy an iPad, I wouldn't judge him/her.

By  mashimarox  |  12

1) You're stupid for trying to sell meth. That can get you killed. 2) Gee I wonder why you're so desperate for money? Go get a job.

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  whiteboy896  |  9

3) Invest in some bud. 4) Sell it to potheads

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Normally i would call OP dumb for not getting a job and complaining about being broke, but the fact the he thought watching Breaking Bad was going to teach him how to make meth is enough to make me believe that it's not really his fault and there may just be something wrong with him.

By  spaboolly  |  26

Suggestions for more productive uses of your time: Looking for a job Donating blood/plasma Doing volunteer work Learning a new (preferably marketable) skill Catching up on reading Judging by the level of intelligence in this story, I would say the last one will take quite a while.

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  Drigr  |  8

16, I would like to point out that you decided to point out that volunteering isn't profitable, yet didn't point out that "catching up on reading" isn't profitable.

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  sirsquab  |  12

Why volunteer work? You volunteer work and look for a job. When you eventually get an interview, you can brag about your volunteer work, thus increasing your odds of a job. Also, reading and volunteer work are s more productive use oftime then watching breaking bad to learn how to make meth.

By  wlddog  |  14

One of the few times being lazy benefits society.

By  doodlecloud  |  26

I'm not sure what's worse - that you thought, selling drugs was a good idea, that you thought you could learn this from a tv show or that you actually thought it might be easy to make...

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