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  • #596232

    whatsa good way to make a lot of cash for a yeshiva bachur???

    #758728

    eclipse
    Member

    To earn it FOR a yeshiva bochur? Or for a yeshiva bochur to earn it?

    You prob mean the 2nd one,so…

    1.clean cars/vans for Pesach

    2.pick up Shaimos from homes

    3.offer to deliver/pick up matzos and wine

    4.fix broken dining room chairs/go thru seforim shranks,clean the seforim

    …jobs that a person with little help/manpower is willing to pay others to do.

    #758729

    cshapiro
    Member

    print counterfeit money?!??!

    #758730

    deiyezooger
    Member

    help the shamesh in the local shuel……

    #758731

    ☕️coffee addict
    Participant

    can you cut hair? (barber)

    interested in working in a canteen?

    polishing shoes erev shabbos?

    #758732

    yossi z.
    Member

    Binding seforim

    😀 Zuberman! 😀

    #758733

    ronrsr
    Member

    sell real estate.

    #758734

    shlishi
    Member

    sell alcohol for the arba kosos.

    #758735

    popa_bar_abba
    Participant

    Extortion.

    #758736

    cshapiro i already do that but i need millions of dollars and it would be to obvious if i counterfieted so much

    #758737

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    Tutoring. Help a young kid with gemara, chumash, math, science or anything else that you might be good in.

    The Wolf

    #758738

    gavra_at_work
    Participant

    Offer Schlepping services.

    If you need millions then you can try Zimbabwe Dollars.

    #758739

    k those were all the classic answers now plz everyone think outside the box

    #758740

    cshapiro
    Member

    sell ur used stuff on ebay….or take everything out of ur sisters closet and sell that on ebay!!!

    #758741

    Cleaning? I would pay someone to do some of the heavy stuff that I can’t do myself.

    #758742

    tomim tihye
    Member

    I’d hire you for these services:

    sew buttons back on clothes

    paint my home- just touch ups

    fix broken tape recorder, camera, etc.

    clean windows, or at least take them out and put them back in so I can clean them

    Some people might buy grated marror from you.

    #758743

    MindOverChatter
    Participant

    You can sell one of your screen-names.

    #758744

    WolfishMusings
    Participant

    k those were all the classic answers now plz everyone think outside the box

    There’s a very good reason why these answers are “classic” answers — because, in general, they work.

    The Wolf

    #758745

    ZachKessin
    Member

    You are going to have to go find a job (or create one). If you want to earn a lot of cash its going to take some time. High paying jobs tend to take a lot of work and experience to get.

    #758746

    hanib
    Participant

    for out of the box thinking – need to know your specific talents.

    #758747

    Bar Shattya
    Member

    DELETED

    #758748

    bar shattya

    why does that type of “humor” seem so familiar?

    #758749

    GumBall
    Member

    i lUV $$ but I lOVE THE TORAH AND HASHEM MUCH BETTER!! LOL

    #758750

    My .02
    Member

    ZachKessin-ditto -I love that quote.

    There is no quick buck. Roll up your sleeves and get to work!

    Gumball- If ur $$ is a distraction to you, I can give you my address :0)

    #758751

    ZachKessin
    Member

    Jobs that pay a lot of money do so for a reason, not everyone can do them, or they involve a fair amount of risk. As such if you want a job that pays $100,000/year you need to figure out what skills you need to get that job. And its not going to be a matter of reading one book or taking a 3 month class. It will probably take years to get there.

    #758752

    Ofcourse
    Member

    Why sweat? Marry a V E R Y rich girl and arrange a V E R Y generous and legally documented pre-nup. Quicker than getting a degree.

    #758753

    MDG
    Participant

    Clean gravestones.

    #758754

    TikkunHatzot
    Member

    How much does one charge for “schlepping services”? I once had someone offer to carry my stuff for me in Israel & didn’t know how much I should’ve offered to pay (I think I ended up overpaying).

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