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    • I think yall would like my account
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    • thanks for tc
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    • I was a problem child at school. I got detention for telling everyone in my class not to fundraise because you could buy the chocolate bar yourself and sell it for more personal profit. They said that I was going against the spirit of the school
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    • Almost as funny as when I got featured for it
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    • NO JOKE, but my school did a fundraiser and I did the math, and apparently they were giving us toys that cost 25 cents for selling 40 DOLLARS worth of their product. So in the end, they gain like 400 percent back
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    • We could win prizes that were basically shitty skymall knock off novelty toys. I think the best thing we could win was a fog machine that just a colored bowl that you could put dry ice in.
      Crowku 16d
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    • I remember in 1st Grade my school did Jump Rope for Heart. First prize was a Wii and the kid who won said it didn't even work.
      Pandasu 17d
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    • No i completely understood that the school was jacking us so thats why k never did those shitty ass fundraisers
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    • In 3rd grade i stood in front of a grocery store for 3 weeks after school. Sold $1,200 worth of buttons. They gave me 4 slices of pizza and a cd player... “Merica”
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    • Yeah, I honestly dont know how those kinds of fudraisers are still legal
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    • You aint gotta sign shit saying you turn in the money, just pocket that shit lmao
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    • Millennials who support Bernie still don’t understand economics
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    • The kid who raised the most at my middle school got the choice of an ipad or ps4.
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    • Yeah but you’d be the pimp of the day if you got it. 100% worth it
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    • The only fundraisers my school has ever done was when I was in middle school we sold keychains and cookie dough and if we managed to sell 25 keychains we got to take a limo ride from the school at lunchtime to go to a burger place in town for free food. It was great
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    • Honestly no school is THAT desperate. They will do this but not for a fuckin hat. Maybe a T-shirt.
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    • My school was doing a fundraiser, if we raised 2000 we would get an Xbox one SMH, I would just keep the 2 G’s
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    • Lol 12 years old? That's just being a dumbass at that point
      meom 16d
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    • I stopped doing those fundraisers in elementary because they were a gimmick, sell $250 worth of shit for a slap bracelet, I think the fuck not
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    • I remember I wanted to win a 100$ cash prize from a fundraiser, so I could buy this model kit I’d wanted for a really long time... I spent literally weeks selling as much as a could, I waked miles outside my neighborhood everyday, and then when they finally announced the winner it was some...
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    • If you raise 1,500 you get a Wii
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    • Then schools would proceed to waste that money on stupid stuff that doesn't actually help the students in any way
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    • No 12 year old is that stupid
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    • No, at 12 I knew. Maybe at like 7 or 8 I was that dumb.
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    • How are you that fucking retarded at 12
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    • kustom 17d
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    • Invader zim had an episode on this and so did the Boondocks, old joke
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    • You were 12 and fell for that? That's just sad.
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    • I remember this rich girls dad just wrote a check for 7,000 and she got all the “prizes”. Literally fucking everything.
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    • My sister had a fund raiser and if you earned 150 dollars you get an Xbox one
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    • Exactly why America’s military recruits as young as possible
      Gojason 16d
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    • School fundraisers are pyramid schemes.
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    • A more accurate one would be raise $500 and you can wear a hat in school for a day...
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    • I'd do it for a Klondike bar
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    • This one kid raised over $1,500 and had the choice of a laptop or an iPad. He chose the laptop
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    • I think 12 year olds these days know that’s a bad deal now. If it was an iPhone X then they won’t complain
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    • Tfw you realise THIS is why socialists are always trying to lower the voting age
      GumGum 16d
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    • I used to play basketball for my highschool & we had to go out & fundraise money with these cards they gave us for $10, so I would sell them for $20 & keep the money I had left over
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    • One I raised $300 and kept it
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    • How much trouble would you get in if you just kept the $500 🤔
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    • Remember when they would give you that catalogue of prizes? Or they had a magician do magic tricks then talk about the fundraiser?
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    • Legit never sold shit for fundraisers cause of this.
      9173838 17d
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    • But at 12 you don't have any money to BUY a hat so really it's a win win
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    • My senior year of Highschool my brother was a freshman and we were both in band, so whenever we did car washes we would put him working the sign since he looked like a 5 year old. There was a noticeable increase in customers when he was there.
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    • I always knew fundraisers were stupid. I had to sell 300 boxes of cookies just for a 30 dollars camera.
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    • Data 17d
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    • Seinen 17d
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    • Nah when I was a kid I was like "this is a rip-off" "but where else am I going to find spring shoes" and no one buys anything because I live in a ghetto ass town
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    • Still the same philosophy we live under today. “Make this company an average of $300k and we’ll pay you $38k”
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    • If i have kids im going to honestly just buy them the prizes
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    • In fourth grade we sold those cjoxalate bars and they're 50 a box and $1 a piece. I sold like 20 and won a deck of cards and a matchbox car. In 5th grade we did the same thing but i sold 4 boxes. That's $200. They didn't give any prizes that year. I was pissed.
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    • No fr you underestimate the bs one time I saw a thing where if you made 2000 dollars you got a laptop. There weren't even 100 slots in the paper. And we were selling cookies
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    • I always kept the money
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    • We got ducks
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    • My school: teaches economics Also my school: does same stuff with fundraisers and gets mad at us for not participating
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    • Me a child raises 600 dollars school kid who raised 2 dollars gets a high five
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    • There is a level of hell for teachers and thier Dammmed fundraisers
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    • I just remember that I sold a bunch of stuff and only got some rubber ducks on a keychain.
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    • I remember raising 300+$ in cheesecakes for my school and never got any of the prizes for hitting a certain dollar amount. I’m pretty sure the company stuffed my school cause no one got anything from that prize list
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    • In my elementary we got some good shit. There would be teirs and the more you sell the more of course the prices were cheat but it you sold enough you would get to go to Hometown buffet in A FUCKING HUMMER LIMO. That shit was so dope I went twice.Think about it now I don't know how they afford it.
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    • Only time I ever did a fund raiser is when I needed $500 to get a limbo ride to McDonald's and yes I won
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    • When I was younger, I would think about taking the money, and just not turning in my papers, but then I thought they would know somehow and I would go to jail for life :(. I was dumb
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    • One year the top selling student in my school got a mini vending machine you could stock up yourself.
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    • My school has a fund raiser where the top prize of $1000 gets you a pair of shitty headphones
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    • Oh I understood. That's why I didn't do that shit
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    • I cared, stupid popcorn sales giving me the eighth scout knife
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    • The best part is when at the end no one receives any prizes and everyone forgets by next Monday
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    • They let the top sellers duct tape the principal to a wall at my school. That’s a good prize.
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    • Did anyone else always see how retarded it was?? Even in elementary?
      jaanun 16d
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    • I always wanted to win the inflatable chair. I never did. I got one as a gift one year. It had a leak in it within a week.
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    • Only reason i did them cause of i got up to 100 bucks we got to ride in a limo and go to a pizza place, it was super fun, (one of the limos had rainbow lights in it)
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    • Dumbass 12 year old
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    • Bruh one time in elementary a kid won an Xbox for raising more than anybody else at a fundraiser. I mean the Xbox was stolen at the awards ceremony but it was there.
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    • The ones they had us do in Middle School were such a scam. It was like sell 100 magazine subscriptions and you get front row seating at this shitty bmx show they were doing on the black top that like 50 kids showed up to.
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    • i raised $1624 and got a ps4
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    • I remember I sold 50 items and it was for a megaphone but the fucking teacher hands me a candy bar thinking I would prefer a down grade to the 20 sell reward😥
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    • Ngl if you thought that at 12 you might be kinda rarted
      scrapt 17d
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    • That's cuz it ain't your $500.
      cait132 17d
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    • Wasn’t it weird how it was always the “smart” kids who would fall for this too. It’s like American education is better at rewarding people who conform than actual intelligence. But if you flunked out you are a fucking idiot don’t get me wrong.
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    • I was never like that I always thought those fundraisers were stupid and I never did them
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    • Thus The Girl Scouts were formed
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    • It was never about the prize. It was for the G L O R Y
      Khemmis 17d
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    • I mean the point is most of the money goes to the schools anyway
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    • Even funnier the twelfth time
      Eeveeon 17d
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    • Some kid in elementary actually got the maximum Cheesecakes sold and was suppose to win a Backpack that was also a cooler and had a built in speaker for his music.
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    • First rule of fund raising don’t give nothin to nobody
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    • Or you do understand but are forced to do it by morale
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    • Trump - that’s the worst deal probably ever.
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    • 500 dollars dollars
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    • I actually never did one
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    • We had a fundraiser where 30$ = 1 point and for 10 points you got a pack of silly bands then for 20 points you got a limo ride
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    • I never did any of those
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    • I remember one till I sold a $1000 worth of chocolate bars and all I got was a limo ride to McDonald's
      Jerm57 16d
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    • Once, me and my sister sold a bunch of magazine subscriptions to neighbors to "FEED THE BEAST!" (anyone remember that?) We never turned in the subscriptions. We probably had 15 neighbors waiting on magazines
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    • Or some knock off tablet
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    • I remember it wasn’t collar anounts. We had to sell a number of items and it was something like 250 tubs of 15 dollar cookie dough for a wii. I sold 10
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    • Collect over $10 worth of box tops and get a free popsicle
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    • They must have thought we didn't understand economics back in middle school because they were selling jackets for $20 and every day over the intercom they would say "$20? Thats practically free" like we had no clue. Most of us came from poor ass and broke ass families too
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    • Bro same. I only just started realizing this in 7th grade where the 250$ prize was just 25$ of un cut money
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