NSFE: Your chance to win $100 Amazon gift card with our Spring Sweepstakes

I was torn between not wanting to contribute to the NSFE, and the possibility that fellow SellersAskSellers folks could easily win $100 Amazon gift cards, by the look of the ZERO replies. :grimacing:

So I decided to post the topic and let you decide for yourself how to proceed!:four_leaf_clover:

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Wait until 11:58 PT on March 19 to post, duh

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LOL like an eBay auction :wink:

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I got stuck with a car I probably should not have bought in an ebay auction doing this. LOL

That was 19 years ago and I still have it so…

:oncoming_automobile:

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I don’t own the business so I guess I can’t participate.

Darn.

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May I make so bold as to ask if you’d care for an introduction to my friend enemy Guidο?

:innocent:

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I can’t find the rules. The link does go to them.

We should copy and paste the post from the last winner :rofl:

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Well this one’s about a different topic, so everyone who wants to post should post the same troll story.

The topic is how did you make your first dollar. Someone should write a short story about how you were a bum on a busy corner with a competitor bum, and you distracted your competitor bum while you swiped a dollar from his begging cup, and how you still have that dollar on your wall today.

A true Amazon rags to riches tale. Maybe figure out how to query chatGPT to write this.

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Bingo! And then repost, repost, repost. See how long before anyone catches on :stuck_out_tongue_winking_eye:

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Once upon a time, in a small town nestled between rolling hills and meandering streams in S. Fl, lived a young and ambitious individual named Rob. Rob, with dreams as vast as the open sky, was determined to make his mark on the world. However, like many, he began his journey with humble aspirations.

One sunny afternoon, as the town buzzed with the energy of a local fair, Rob stumbled upon a booth offering a simple yet intriguing challenge. The sign read: “Guess the number of jellybeans in the jar, and win a prize!” The prize, a crisp dollar bill, sparkled enticingly under the fair’s vibrant lights.

Intrigued and eager for a challenge, Rob examined the jar, estimating its size and contemplating the number of jellybeans it might hold. Despite the uncertainty, he decided to take a leap of faith and submit his guess. The fair organizer, a friendly woman with a warm smile, carefully counted the beans as Rob held his breath.

As the count reached its conclusion, the organizer announced the magic number, and to Rob’s astonishment, he was only a few beans away from the correct answer. The crowd erupted in cheers, and Rob, beaming with joy, was handed his well-deserved dollar bill.

This small victory marked the beginning of Rob’s entrepreneurial spirit. With his newfound dollar, he decided to invest in a batch of homemade cookies, a family recipe passed down through generations. Armed with a tray of delicious treats, Rob set up a makeshift stand near the fair entrance.

The enticing aroma of fresh-baked cookies wafted through the air, drawing in curious fairgoers. Before long, Rob had eager customers lining up to purchase their delectable creations. The dollar bill soon multiplied as cookie after cookie found a new home, and the once-humble stand turned into a bustling hub of activity. He was quickly run off though by the mean overlords of the fair.

By the end of the fair, Rob had not only earned their first dollar but had also gained valuable insights into the world of business and entrepreneurship. The taste of success lingered in the air, fueling Rob’s determination to pursue his dreams, one dollar at a time.

And so, with a pocketful of earnings and a heart full of ambition, Rob’s journey towards a brighter future unfolded, fueled by the sweet success of that very first dollar earned at the local fair.

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[sarcasm] My first dollar arrived in the form of 4 quarters earned by rubbing an old lady’s bunions for 4 consecutive days. [/sarcasm]

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But were they really “bunions?”

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LOL … CR_Amazon replied. I wonder if they used Chatgpt too?
:face_vomiting:

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Either they used chatGPT or some idiot actually sat there and wrote a response to your obvious GPT troll story.

I think this confirms the forum mods are bots.

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This feels so wrong, the whole contest.

We all know what the last contest bore.

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_noG_r

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It was in the 1990s and flat bed scanners were the thing to have along with the newest and best computer. We spent hours working with the scanner perfecting our method of capturing images down the most intrinsic details. Finally one day, we felt we had the process down to a finely tuned science. We carefully printed our image on the best paper stock we had available which didn’t allow too much bleeding of color as our image needed to be double sided. Feeling impressed with ourselves, we took this master piece printing out to the store and made a purchase. Our only regret is that we didn’t make an image of a twenty dollar bill instead of the dollar bill that we did.

IRS Disclaimer

This is a fictional story meant for pure entertainment and Amazon’s panic button usage.

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Secret Service is the ones who handle “fresh prints”

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That sounds kind of runny …
:smirk:

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