Wednesday, July 22, 2009

TBWCYL Day 203 - Sell, Sell, Sell

Who wants to sell a copy of This Book Will Change Your Life? Anyone? Come on, you know you want to. I need some highly motivates self starters to become door to door Book salespeople. With a little ingenuity you can go door to door and sell the finer points of TBWCYL to all of your neighbors and make a tidy profit.

For every 2 salespeople I recruit I get a percentage of their sales. If you are looking to make extra money outside of just selling This Book Will Change Your Life you can even recruit some sales people of your own and not only will you make a little change, I too will profit off of the sales. The kit to start as a Book salesperson only costs $499.95 and that is nothing compared to the profits you will make.

So, if you don't have a job, "cough" Kate "cough", or you need to put a kid through college, "cough" Thomas", or maybe you just want to meet new people, "wheeze" Erin "haghac", then this plan is for you. I apologize for my cough. I am getting that looked at.

Contact me today to get started,


4 Ripples in the pond:

Girl Interrupted said...


I've heard a punch on the nose is a very effective cure for a cough!

I might've have been more willing to participate once ... but not now that I know about the whole "pee on a page" thing

Erin said...

The quoted price for your TBWCYL salesperson kit is absurd, sir.

I would not knowingly subject innocent readers to the perils of the book - some of the tasks, eye-opening and memorable in a good way. Others...not so much. I echo Kate's sentiments regarding urine. Ick.

Trinity said...

You have both missed out on the money making opportunity of a lifetime and I feel sorry for you.

Addy's Daddy said...

I also will not be taking part of your Ponzi scheme, but thanks for including me in between your bouts of tuberculosis.

At this point, Jess and I have a great plan to pay for Addy's college. It's called "survive month to month with a roof over our heads and food on the table until we make enough to put money back for college or we get her students loans because she is immanently attending college, whichever comes first."