I suck at panhandling, seriously!

The guys said I should try it so I did. (And my anthro background was telling me that I had to try it to experience the full impact of being homeless.)

They helped me make a sign, which was a nice bonding experience, and told me where to stand and how to hold the sign and all.

I wasn’t any good at standing in one place and Keegan brought me a stick and wanted to play and and… After about 20 minutes I gave up and headed back to the group camp.
They told me that I should have concentrated on standing there holding my sign instead of playing with Keegan.

But they were very supportive and told me the odds of scoring. And reminded me that it only takes one car donating to make the time worthwhile.

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  1. stillstrange

     /  January 20, 2012

    Honestly, I prefer to help those who don’t have signs. Those with signs have a bad reputation as not really wanting to Work For Food or whatever..at least here in O.C. and L.A.

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