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August 22, 2017
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They say it's out of necessity, but is it?

With high costs of living in big cities nationwide, it is well known that many people supplement their day jobs with an additional income source.

But a concerning new study from Bankrate revealed 44 million Americans who do so are referring to those extra money-making ventures as “side hustles.”

Yeah, seriously.

Apparently, these people think they’re some sort of cool, hip gangsters, or quite literally, hustlers, because they drive for Lyft on the weekends.

Apparently, these people think they’re some sort of cool, hip gangsters, or quite literally, hustlers, because they drive for Lyft on the weekends.

Jesus H Christ. Just call it something else already. Please.

The study indicates millennials are the generation most likely to call their second jobs “side hustles,” accounting for nearly half of the 44 million who use the stupid fucking phrase.

Because I guess walking people’s dogs on Wag! for some extra cash makes you Snoop Dogg.

You know what they say: The only way to pay for avocado toast, craft beer, and the balance of your student loans from the expensive college your parents paid most of the bill for is to HUSTLE hard, right?

Get over yourselves already.

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