10 Ways to make Extra Money in the Covid Crisis.

23 September, 2020

A lot of people are worrying about money at the moment.  I overheard a woman in Sainsburys saying she couldn’t afford Xmas this year, which was sad; especially, as she was working for Sainsburys at the time, (although that might change now she’s brought the store into disrepute, on this incredibly popular blog).  Dave Sainsbury, if you’re reading this over your (Waitrose) toast, don’t fire her.  Instead, give her some extra store points so she can treat her kids to a “Finest” plum pudding and a bag of firewood, from your garage this Xmas.

So how can you earn extra money during Covid?

1.  Get a Sugar Daddy.

A lot of young girls (and boys) are turning to their “Onlyfans” accounts to generate shed-loads of money.  “Onlyfans.com”, is a handy app, linked to their social media, with one notable difference, it allows a paid-for streaming service.  These amazing young entrepreneurs, can literally earn small and big bucks from adding price-restricted content, for anyone who follows (stalks) them online.  Instead of being victimised and exploited and having their privacy invaded;  they simply turn the transaction around and actually charge their stalkers to watch them.  Some are paid to perform to instructions, like getting dressed, or undressed (and more), they charge by the activity or the amount of time online.  The great thing about this method of earning money is, it’s really easy to maintain good social distancing during Covid, everyone can stay safe in privacy of their own bedrooms.  Wanna-be stalkers no longer have to bother sleeping in their cars, outside their targets’ houses, or driving slowly behind them, as they walk to school; or wonder if they are wasting time breaking into an empty house.  With the advances of technology, they can sit back and relax, as their victims helpfully upload all the information they require.

You're in the wrong aisle love; just ask a man to help find the sugar.

A step-up from online purchasing restricted content, is to advertise as a “Sugar Baby seeking a Sugar Daddy”, this is where the big bucks are.   It’s not uncommon to find someone on Onlyfans, with multiple Sugar Daddies, who they may, or may not, have met in person.  Being a Sugar Baby is openly boasted about, as are the hoards of designer handbags, shoes and other inane items theyve “earned”, proudly paraded on their social media.  

What a truly fabulous invention the internet is.  I think back to how dangerous and off-putting being a prostitute was, back-in-the-day; walking dark streets, low money, needing a pimp to protect you.  The marketplace has drastically changed, literally opening up to girls of all ages, who can make money from the safety and privacy of their bedrooms.

2.  Be a Sugar Daddy Scammer.

In this version of events, you pretend to be an available, wealthy Sugar Daddy and offer a nice young girl (or boy) a large weekly allowance, for their attention.  You get their bank account details, to deposit the payments and instead, you operate the classic bank account scam and empty every last penny they have.   Then, you go and buy yourself some inane designer gear, with your Sugar Baby’s money, and vanish into the internet ether.

No shit Sherlock

The irony, of this strange new world, is how far and perverse, the concept of feminism has turned. The balances of power and subjugation, are thrown in this new version of market forces and exploitation.  Sugar Babies are in control, making money and using the relationship for financial gain.  Or, they are colluding in the exploitation of themselves?  They believe it’s a good idea, but it’s too new an industry, without enough case studies showing of what happens , when it all goes sour, or how they mature into relationships with longevity. Is it an issue for their partners, their families and their future children. Perhaps it’s not a problem, we don’t know.  Or when these “relationships” sour, who owns the thousands of pounds in collectable handbags? Who has rights to the live streams & who controls where those once live streams end up, in perpetuum, dancing online?  Who has the financial power, in a soured version of this relationship, to go through extensive litigation?  Who is ultimately exploiting who?  Perhaps it’s a match made in heaven, after all.

10.  Get a job or sell stuff (not yourself) online.

Do I really need to explain this?

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