Good investments / what's your sidehustle 2.0?


#1
  • Metal detectors
  • Cactuses
  • Buying a pack of polos and selling them individually to other schoolkids when you’re 12

anything else?


#2

New fivers on eBay it would seem (suspect this is nonsense, however)


#3

I’m starting to scroll through my old magic/Pokemon/yugio cards. Some are worth £20+ . I imagine I’ve got a good 300-500 pounds worth


#4

how much are microstars worth now?


#5

Studied hard at school, stayed away from drugs and made sensible decisions.


#6

I essentially did the opposite of that


#7

• actually start charging people for talks and workshops
• inclusive, accessible, unironic club night that plays all the music i’ve always wanted to hear in newcastle but never do (disco/funk/auntie music, mid '00s r&b album tracks)
• a small press that does prints, t-shirts and maybe even fanzines that primarily relate to the first generation of seminal saturday morning tv show popworld (collaborative project, can’t take all the credit for this)
• pavement cover band called path, so far it’s just me telling people i’m going to start a pavement cover band called path, i guess it coincidentally (yet almost primarily) exists to make the average pavement fan irked/uncomfortable at the thought of me of all people fronting a pavement cover band

if all of these fail, then a pet portrait studio

shouldn’t really be giving everything away like this


#8

SOME OF US don’t have family connections to fall back on, pal!

safetywink


#9

Shouldn’t it be called Sidewalk? Or is this to irk Pavement fans further?


#10

nah path cause it’s called a path.


#11

Ah see, I’d only call something a path if it wasn’t directly alongside a road. But it’s your band. Viva path.


#12

Go find out yourself. Collectables varies considerably in price. My guess is most of them will be well under a £1 a few will go for around a £5 and some might be worth much more.


#13

i dont even have a regular hustle


#14

^This.

carriageway + footway + cycleway + verge = road*

footpaths and cyclepaths have no adjacent carriageways

*or highway, depending on where you are

pavement describes the layer of construction more than the location or usage, so ‘sub-base’, ‘roadbase’ or ‘wearing course’ might be more apt options.

/concrete

:sunglasses: :construction:


#15

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