I'm so damn sick and tired of people assuming that if you use food stamps you are sitting on your lazy ass eating doritos and driking Pepsi. I got food stamps for 3 years when my oldest was little and guess what... I WORKED A FULL TIME JOB THE ENTIRE TIME. I didn't use YOUR precious tax dollars to buy twinkies for dinner or sit on my couch all day long watching game shows- I worked my ass off as do the MAJORITY of people who get food stamps.
So how about it- were you/are you working and getting food stamps or were you/are you a good for nothing free loader who mooches off the tax payers and doesn't have the intelligence to know an apple is better than a cupcake?
Answer by UpSheRises at 1:26 PM on Nov. 10, 2010
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Answer by SweetPieMama24 at 10:31 AM on Nov. 10, 2010
You tell them, Ive tried to get food stamps several times. They always say we have made too much! Even when my husband was a server making 2.71 an hour plus tips. Anyhow, it used to piss me off because ever time we would go to the office, EVERY single car that was parked there was brand new with rims, or lowered or just way expensive. We were driving the smallest 2 door Oldsmobile ghetto ass car but yet they were approved and we were not. Made me so angry. What can you do I guess. :) I don't think there is anything wrong with needing help. BUT another story that pisses me off. My SIL lived with us with her lazy ass husband. Neither of them had a job, so they were living with us for free. They got 470 bucks a month, just for the 2 of them!! THATS way too much!!! The were always "hurting" at the end of the month too cause the used it all. The bought there own food and hide it in there room.
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