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 No.2827

>23 no real experience working, always at home browsing or trying to learn something in order to make things pass by.
How do you keep with your lifestyle as a neet or hikki without leaving the house? Is it true that you can acquire some dough online? If so how do you do it? or if you could suggest some ideas would be really appreciated as someone who mostly is disgusted by other people and just wants to have a feel of fullfillment from doing something by myself and learning in the process.
Hope we can help to nurture each other by having some general ideas.

 No.2828

Make stuff, sell stuff, online.

 No.2829

>>2828
Sounds right; Do you have any makings of your own?

 No.2830

>>2829
I steal women's underwear during the night and sell them on IRC.

 No.2831

>>2827
stock market / real estate is useful for passive income and are often good investments if you have good knowledge and hindsight

 No.2832

>>2831

As someone who has spent a lot of time studying this, it's not a good strategy for acquiring wealth. Everyone should definitely buy investments (at the very least do vanguard bond funds or lending club or something) to preserve+build acquired wealth; but 99% of people will not make it as day traders - and even if you are the 1% of intelligence who could, your efforts would be better channeled elsewhere.

 No.2833

>>2832
Thats right. People should just stick to slingshotting women's underwear during the night and selling it to creeps for quick bux.

This is a much more feasible source of income and quite easy to pull off too.

 No.2834

>>2830
I can confirm this works.

 No.2835

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>steal
Guys, I just buy them and then sell them at twice their original price to creeps after telling them they're stolen panties, why risk yourself if you can make profit in an easier way?

 No.2836

I think they live off their parents by definition

 No.2838

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>>2835
So uhhh… What's a good place to start selling these?

 No.2842

>>2838
Apartment blocks. If they keep it inside you're out of luck. Just keep scouting for laundry hanged out to dry and you can sneak those off at the dead of the night if you try hard enough. Just make sure you wear a mask and never hit the same place twice in a row.
Underwear stealing is petty and wouldn't really gather that much attention from the police so you're good to go. I think your bigger problem is finding the right market to sell em to.

 No.2845

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>>2832
>>2833
I was right to ask you guys, couldn´t have asked for better advice.
As someone trying to acquire some wealth the confy way i assume is quite hard unless making something out of demand, as also having a wide market to supply, but yeah i will consider the panty burglary, but in the meantime i would like to know if some of you people have some useful experience either crafting or developing jobs on the outside while preserving your confy reclusive lifestyle, also not reluctant to acquire new skills to develop and use as future profits. Thanks for the comments.

 No.2846

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I like where this thread is going…

 No.2847

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>>2846
Altough i can't just put sign outside my house hoping to have buyers, i was considering, the value of the panty is useless without some background as in the previous owner who might be underage or a virgin, in which case would actually raise the price, a photo of reference would be too appreciated to increase the value.
>Economics 101.

 No.2849

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>>2831
Im currently studying economics but would much appreciate some reference in wich i can back up my financial choices, some materials to read based on your experience.
>Pic to keep interes on thread

 No.2850

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Some years ago I used to work making chainmailles goodies and selling those in conventions. They're pretty great if you have a lot of free time/passive hobbies (like listening to music, watching anime, etc). You could try setting up a facebook and selling those online; rock stores and places where bikers buy their shit love to get these, and not everybody makes them, so that's a bonus.

Their only con is that they take some time to make (which shouldn't be a problem if you don't have other stuff to do), but eventually you can make about 15 wristbands or 20/30 necklaces/earrings in a week and selling those at around 20 bucks at minimum (at least where I live, I suggest you make your own numbers based on 1)- how much can people pay for it, 2)- how much you invest and 3)- how much work you have to put on them).
Also, full fledged chainmailles are pretty expensive too, but they can take as long as 6 months to be made.

 No.2851

>>2848
And you are still making those? or moved to another kind of proyects? Because sounds really well founded theory there, and could be applied to other things. Did you need much investment? Or where did you got your resources from?; Personally im not much of a handicraft myself but i guess with internet, interest and time everything is possible. Thanks for the advice.

 No.2852

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>>2851
>And you are still making those?
No, I'm in college so I don't have that much free time, only on my vacations and when I know if there will be a convention beforehand.

>or moved to another kind of proyects?

I also teach math and physics (which is a big no-no but I need the money). Handicraft related, I do a variety of viking products (shoes, shields, pocket bags, axes, etc.) and recently we've been experimenting with crossbows with my brother. I've been kinda off lately because I don't have that much free time now.

>Did you need much investment?

You have to build the machine for making the rings yourself (it's extremely simple, a base plate, 2 supporter plates and a rod to wind wire), and then get wire. I don't know about prices, but 3 pieces of wood, a metal rod with a cross-section of about 6-8mm and 3kg of galvanized wire is enough to go.
If you can't build the machine though, you only have to wind the wire on the rod with your hands; it's more tedious, but it can be done.

>Or where did you got your resources from?

Internet for the information, I had some money and invested those in the wire, I got the pieces of wood from some dump. I've actually been winding my wire by hand with a rod I found in a dump too, just build my machine 2 years ago (after being working like that for 3).

 No.2853

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>>2852
Fuck, sorry for the frommorz, it's late and I'm tired as fuck.
Anyway, forgot to mention it, but the wristbands need cord too, and something to attach that cord to the band. I used shoe laces and this thing I don't know how you guys call it in english (file). They looked pretty neat.
For earrings I also used to buy those pins for ears, and for necklaces their own thing too. That may boost the base price, but it doesn't really make that much of a difference (though you may use the chance to raise the price and try sending your stuff more dearly).

 No.2854

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>>2852

Is that a desing of your own making? Or is it build based on a machine that actually exists? If so des it have a name? Since you are handling metal it would mess your hands pretty quickly, also, are there any shcematics in wich i can found some measures? Because from the look of it i look at it like one of those chicken roasters, but on a mini version. I found your work interesting, would love to see a pic of that crossbow at least on the beta. Sorry in advance for so many questions.
Btw cool ideas for designs you sure on to something good, if you could hire some manual labor you could have a little workshop of your own. Thanks in advance for the ideas despite being so late.

 No.2856

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>>2854
>Is that a desing of your own making?
No, I found it in 2006 or so.

>Or is it build based on a machine that actually exists? If so des it have a name?

As in, a medieval tool? I don't remember, but it's fairly popular in modern chainmaille (homemade) industry. No idea about names though.

>Since you are handling metal it would mess your hands pretty quickly

Yes and no, you don't really use your hands since most of the work is done through tools like pliers and tweezers? (I think they're called that). It's be a good to use mittens/gloves though, just in case. Sometimes a you put too much force onto a movement and you can accidentally stab your hands/yourself with those (thankfully they don't have sharpen ends).

>also, are there any shcematics in wich i can found some measures? Because from the look of it i look at it like one of those chicken roasters, but on a mini version.

For the machine? Any size is fine, really, as long as it works. a length of 30cm for base and 15cm for the height should work, the longer the rod the better, but it should be fairly longer than the base plate.
For the thin metal rod though, the measures are standardized. 8mm is the most common ring internal diameter, but you can go as small as 6mm for "standard" weave and even 4mm or below if you're doing some fine work like jewelry. Note though that what gives the ring its internal diameter is the cross-section of the rod you're using, so the internal diameter of the ring depends on the rod you use (and thus you need a rod for each size). 8mm rings are done with a 8mm rod, and a 6mm ring with 6mm rod, etc.

Here are ideas of what you can do when you get gud:
https://www.pinterest.com/bwjewelrysupply/chainmaille-jewelry-ideas/
Also damn, check those prices. I think $20 is too cheap now.

>I found your work interesting, would love to see a pic of that crossbow at least on the beta. Sorry in advance for so many questions.

Don't worry. Pics in the next post.

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 No.2859

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>>2858
For some reason the last picture seems to be a copy of the first one. Here's the original plus an extra shot (hopefully it will work fine now).

 No.2860

>>2842
Re-read the post you replied to.

 No.2861

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>>2856
Thanks for the specs, don't know when it will 404 so im keeping note as im going, it's good to know there is talent here.
>>2858
That's some badass thing you got there, does it fire anything yet? if so, you handcraft your own arrows? Also the propulsion system is enforced via some string? I owned one of those before, but it was a cheap one propelled by some rubber band.

 No.2862

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>>2860
Lol thanks, I wrote asking were to SELL these. The supply, I can take care of myself hahahah

 No.2863

>>2862
Bumping for interest in case the anon from >>2835 is still around.

 No.3076

I'm starting to look at buying and selling land. It seems pretty simple, is almost all online, and has only a few startup costs.

 No.3078

>>2835

you have to put fish guts and mayonnaise or something on the bottom part for realism just don't overdo it

 No.4539

>>3078
can't you just wear them yourself and maybe do some exercise in them to make them smell worse?

 No.4541

>>4539
Perverts know what dirty woman ass smells like. A dishonest stolen panty vendor is not a stolen panty vendor for long.

 No.4543

>>4539
Balls smell are nothing like vagoo smell, a few days without bathing and checking the fragance of your stuff should make it obvious to you how a female is NOT supposed to smell. And any male perverted enough to buy panties already knows how balls smell. So no, that wouldn't work.



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