Teen CEO Month on May, 2019: Some help with jokes for teen boys?

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Some help with jokes for teen boys?

A mother passing by her son's bedroom was astonished to see that his bed was nicely made and everything was picked up. Then she saw an envelope, propped up prominently on the pillow that was addressed to 'Mom' . With the worst premonition, she opened the envelope with trembling hands and read the letter.

Dear Mom,

It is with great regret and sorrow that I'm writing you. I had to elope with my new girlfriend because I wanted to avoid a scene with you and Dad.

I have been finding real passion with Stacy and she is so nice. But I knew you would not approve of her because of all her piercing, tattoos, tight motorcycle clothes and the fact that she is much older than I am. But it's not only the passion...... Mom she's pregnant. Stacy said that we will be very happy. She owns a trailer in the woods and has a stack of firewood for the whole winter. We share a dream of having many more children.

Stacy has opened my eyes to the fact that marijuana doesn't really hurt anyone. We'll be growing it for ourselves and trading it with the other people that live nearby for cocaine and ecstasy. In the meantime, we will pray that science will find a cure for AIDS so Stacy can get better. She deserves it. Don't worry Mom. I'm 15 and I know how to take care of myself. Someday I'm sure that we will be back to visit so that you can get to know your grandchildren.

Love,

Your son, Jonathan

P. S. Mom, none of the above is true. I'm over at Tommy's house. I just wanted to remind you that there are worse things in life than the report card that's in my center desk drawer.

I love you.

Call me when it's safe to come home.

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A large company, feeling it was time for a shakeup, hired a new CEO. The new boss was determined to rid the company of all slackers. On a tour of the facilities, the CEO noticed a guy leaning on a wall. The room was full of workers and he wanted to let them know that he meant business.

He walked up to the guy leaning against the wall and asked, "How much money do you make a week?"

A little surprised, the young man looked at him and replied, "I make $400 a week. Why?"

The new CEO then handed the guy $1,600 in cash and screamed, "Here's four weeks pay, now GET OUT and don't come back!"

Feeling pretty good about himself, the CEO looked around the room and asked, "Does anyone want to tell me what that goof-ball did here?"

From across the room came a voice, "Pizza delivery guy."

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A young doctor was just setting up his first office.

His secretary told him there was a man to see him. The doctor wanted to make the man think that he was successful and very busy. So he told his secretary to show the man in and at that moment he picked up his phone and pretended to be having a conversation with a patient.

The man waited patiently until the "conversation" was completed.

Once he hung up, the doctor asked, "Can I help you?"

To which the man replied "No, I'm just here to connect your telephone."

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Quick ways for teens to make money?

Quick ways for teens to make money?

There are kids on the Web who are making money for themselves, with the help of the parents (parents have to open the accounts the kids need -- hosting, advertising, etc)

Hannah Altman, a 10 year old started a website selling pencil toppers, and making good money . Ashley Qualls is another example who rode the coattails of MySpace and earned for herself a huge pile of cash

Here are the main ways you can earn money from the Internet:

1. Sell products on the Web - You can either sell: (a) through your own storefront through your own website or applications such as Yahoo Stores; or (b) sell through online auctions like eBay

2. Information Delivery. Others such as About.com create content and monetize their content in a number of ways:

a. Advertising - there are several ways you can earn money from advertising:

1. Join an advertising network. Advertising networks are organizations that aggregate Web sites that offer advertising space, and sell banner ads (and other advertising options) across them. Traffic requirement is often a minimum of 5,000 monthly impressions, although many do not accept sites hosted by free page services.

Burst Media

ValueClick

2. Participate in contextual advertising networks. Contextual advertising are text ads delivered based on the content of the web page using an automated system.

Google Adsense

Kontera

Chitika

Bidvertiser

3. Sell advertising for your site directly. This is admittedly a more difficult route for a small business site wanting to earn advertising revenues. But hey, as they say: "no pain, no gain!"

b. Affiliate Programs - you sell other people's products that your audience may be interested in; and you get a certain commission after the desired action was done (whether a sale, a lead, subscription to email newsletter, or however this is defined)

Paid online content. Hoovers.com or WebmasterWorld.com Supporters forum all require paid subscription before accessing the information

What is it like growing up rich? Teens 15-18?

What is it like growing up rich? Teens 15-18?

Here is some background, My dad was raised in Santa Monica and my Mom was raised in Ohio. (my dad from a very poor family, my mom from billions in oil money) My dad worked as a high income stock broker for 9 years until he started investing in real-estate in 2001. He currently owns his own Investment real-estate firm and makes about $1,950,000 a month (after taxes). 6 years ago my mom opened a restaurant in West Hollywood and now owns 7 different restaurants throughout California, Nevada, New York and Florida. She also owns a winery/grape vineyard that she just recently was given after my grandpa died 2 years ago. She brings in about $600,000 a month (after taxes). In total My parents make $2.5million a month / $30million a year.

My dad likes to spend money like crazy but my mom is more conservative and giving. She runs 2 soup kitchens in New York and 4 In Detroit. She also gives close to $2million a month to a cancer research company. She is considered a top contribute to many other charities as well. My mom has a trust fund from her parents that was split between her and he 2 sisters when my grandpa died 2 years ago. My mom got $100,000,000 worth of property and other assets. My moms great grandmother was a Rockefeller.

I just turned 16 in November 2010, Life is good. The only down side to having super rich parents is its hard to find true friends. Im lucky I've had the same close friends from 1st grade and I know they don't judge me for being rich (probably because they are just as rich or maybe even richer). I don't walk around telling people my family is rich but no one in my area cares. One of my best friends dad is the CEO of Mars Candies. All of the people on my street have net worths' of 200million and above so money is just a normal thing where I live.

My parents own,

2 Houses in California: 1 in Newport Beach (where I live) which is a custom 12,000sf 8 bedrooms 10 bathrooms. and a Villa/Vineyard in Santa Barbara, a 50 acer income producing winery that has 1 main house 8,00sf, bunk house (for the workers) 2 barns, and a wine cave

2 houses in New York: a Condo in manhattan over looking central park, and a beach house in the hamptons.

A cliff villa in Eze (French Rivera) .

A Town House in London.

And a 5 acer island in the Caribbean that has a 3,600sf main house and another thats 1,500sf. there is also a helicopter landing area and a dock that can station up to a 150foot yacht

We have 2 yachts, 1 docked in Newport Harbor witch is 68 feet and 1 in Eze which is 52 feet

My dad also owns a private jet, which he travels on for business (I have never been on it)

and 2 helicopters, 1 at our house in the hamptons and the other at an airport in Florida.

We have 26 cars.

9 cars at the Newport Beach house where I live, and the others are all at the other properties.

I drive a 2010 Mercedes G55 AMG (the only reason its new is because im 16 and i just got it) and my sister drives a 2008 BMW M3 Convertible.

My dads cars (at the newport house) are:

2011 Mercedes CL65 AMG

2010 Mercedes S65 AMG

2009 Ferrari 599 GTB Fiorano

2009 Rolls-Royce Ghost

2011 Maybach 62S

my mom drives:

2011 Range Rover Supercharged (Custom S)

2009 Bentley Continental GTC Speed

I go to a Private school. Its about $25,000 a year and my sister studies law at Pepperdine University witch is like $75,000 a year

My life is all sports I play Water-polo and Lacrosse, I use to ride horses.. but thats "girly" so I stopped last year. I play tennis and am currently learning golf.

My family takes 2 Vacations a year (together)

but sometimes my parents will let me go with friends on mini vacations to places like Mammoth for snowboarding or New York.

I dont like fancy cloths but I love watches. Watches are my obsession if i had to guess I'd say I have about 125k worth of watches. I shop at south coast plaza shops, rodeo drive shops, pacsun, and nordstrums

the most expensive thing I own is probably a pack of gum.. my parents pay for everything.. and because i dont have a job I cant own anything special.. My parents own alot of stuff but if i had to guess id say the most expensive thing they own is the island it was around $110,000,000 we just bought it in july 2010

I plan on going to college and majoring in investment real-estate and getting an MBA.

I don't like to think of my self as a trust fund baby but I will never have to work. I plan on running my dads company some day. My sister is aspiring to be a White Collar attorney so she's going to be working too.

My average monthly spending is different every month but my mom was mad at me for my spending in december 2010 because I charged something like $80k on christmas presents and other random things for myself and others. I usualy spend anywhere between $5,000 and $20,000 a month. I get a very nice letter from American Express thanking my family and 1 for using their charging services :)

I hope this helps!

Agoda
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