Well, at Least The Jell-O Shot Economy Is Thriving

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If you’re on the fence about responding to one of those Craigslist ads suggesting that you “get pay for looking HOT!!”, the Wall Street Journal reveals that you can make between $300 to $600 a night as a shot girl. Douchetinations like Turtle Bay and McFadden’s make Jell-O shots at a cost of 15 cents, sell them for between $3 to $4 — and the shot girl gets 25 cents for each guy who buys alcoholic gelatin and slurs “I’m gonna marry that girl” (actual quote from a guy wearing a backpack), plus the occasional Benjamin for a tip. Just know that your boss will ask you to “shake what your mama gave ya’”.

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