GoFundMe and other crowdsourcing websites have done a lot of good for the world. They've helped families in need, people recovering from injuries, and countless other deserving individuals. But sometimes, you'll find people not exactly in 'crisis' who seem to be more inclined to ask random internet strangers for cash rather than get the money themselves. Like these people.
1. $5,000 to become a professional YouTuber
2. Paying $3,500 for "brattyreyna's" first car
3. Buying this overconfident gamer an Xbox ($350)
4. Random $5,000 to acquire a talent agent
5. This guy's bank overdraft fees of $900
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