The job market under President Obama remains tight, and a lot of part-time workers are looking for ways to fill their time and supplement their incomes. So it’s good to know, thanks to AMC television series “Breaking Bad,” that there are many lucrative career paths still open to our nation’s budding entrepreneurs:
Breaking Bad makes me wanna quit life and become a meth cook.
— Manuel (@Cheps___) August 5, 2013
Breaking bad makes me think I could be a successful meth cook
— BLACK LIVES MATTER (@jerriusdarius) July 27, 2013
Breaking bad makes me wanna learn to cook meth and blow up cartel buildings with the power of science.
— caleb (@stackyourdinero) August 7, 2013
If a career as a meth cook doesn’t work out, don’t worry. You can always become the head of a drug cartel:
Or a manicurist:
Or an artist:
— Scorched By Britt (@scorchedbybritt) August 6, 2013
— Frustrashow (@Frustrashow) July 28, 2013
— Andrew Price (@andrewpprice) March 13, 2013
— marc leighton (@MarcyMarc81) March 24, 2013
— Ivan Masnekov (@Masnekov_Ivan) February 11, 2013
— M.V.B. (@MVBramley) August 5, 2013
And here’s something to get our nation’s youth even more excited for the series’ final season, which begins this Sunday:
In real life, of course, meth addiction is a large (and growing) problem. Some Twitter users are curious what real-world meth cooks think of the show:
I wonder if real Meth cooks watch Breaking Bad and say "That is so phony!That would never work!"
— Gary Gehiere (@garyg) December 10, 2012
We’re betting the real Walter White isn’t a fan:
— Chris (@Cshifty) August 17, 2012
As you know, Twitchy doesn’t often say nice things about Hollywood. But even we have to admit that “Breaking Bad” is simply awesome, and we doubt it has inspired anyone to pursue a life of crime. If you’d like a quick and funny reminder of the past five seasons and why everyone loves the show, take a look at this video:
Note: This post has been updated with additional tweets.