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Five Ways to Make Cash Selling Your Body to Science

An easy $70,000 just for selling your nuts!

Let’s face it, money is the key to happiness but the fat cats in Washington won’t give us our equal share. The industry I chose to work in, radio, is particularly brutal about paying their most talented assets a decent wage. Luckily, there are a few easy ways in which we can sell our bodies (without having sex) and get rich quick.

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In college, I was even more broke than I am now and tried to make ends meet using at least three of these methods. Hopefully they will help you make all your coke fueled, Ferrari and Playboy Bunny mansion dreams come true!

Disclaimer: Results and prices may very…we are a radio station and this is a click-bait article so stop contacting us about your selling your balls.

Make Cash Selling Your Body

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Doo-Doo for Dinero | $13,000 per year
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CJ Morgan
If there is one thing I am constantly creating, it's crap. So many different forms of stanky brown matter dribble out of my body and mind every year I should be able to pull down an easy 13k. It would be like a second job - doing what I already doo! Thanks to a nonprofit organization called OpenBiome, you can cash in to the tune of $13,000 a year -- and...
 

 

SOURCES: dailybuzzlive.com, IFL Science, Austin Business Journal.

 

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