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Capitalism! So neat! Money is a thing most of us need to survive, and often times people who have the money to pay other human beings aren't exactly paragons of virtue. So for this week's Bad Behavior Issue A+ roundtable, we asked our writers: What is something you had to do for money despite it being very unpleasant or else against your core beliefs in some way? How did you feel about it at the time, how do you feel about it now?
As always, we'd love to hear your answers in the comments!
Laneia, Executive Editor
Well this is going to be extremely lowkey 'unpleasant' so I hope my response is being place somewhere between two other, more interesting responses! The most unpleasant thing I've done for money was work at Tutor Time, which is a preschool chain. I needed to make money, and I'd been raising these two kids, so like?? What could've made more sense than getting paid to part-time raise other kids?
This is where I learned that I don't lik...
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