One of my favorite subreddits has recently been the one for anti-MLM discussions. Partially for the cringe pseudo-science and desperate lengths these MLM huns go through to sell crap, but also for the sheer amazement at people still falling for these scams in 2019. I stumbled upon the subreddit after my sister started to become weirdly obsessive about these nail sticker things apparently called "Color Street". It turned out to be a pyramid scheme/MLM. I couldn't convince her to jump ship as she was stuck on "network marketing" being a burgeoning field and kept shilling this weird statistic about "86% of people" working for an MLM eventually. She has since been complaining about how I don't support her "dream." She has since sunk thousands of her and her husband's savings into hustling for this company and relentlessly hounds people, including my friends, to make sales. I also have a close friend from high school who I had to delete after she wouldn't stop posting about these stupid vitamin stickers that I guess are called "Thrive." I didn't know if anyone had any stories, cringy, entertaining, or otherwise, about these predatory companies that still seem to be sadly prevalent. Recently they were in the news for a hun using the London attacks to shill her supplement crap.