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College Student Who Makes $5k Per Snapchat Story

College Student Who Makes $5k Per Snapchat Story

Fair play.

Mark McGowan

Mark McGowan

Snapchat is rudimentary these days, so much so that if you were offered money to send them you'd actually bite someone's hand off.

Jeremy Abdo was offered that awesome deal, and now makes a fuck load of money off each Snap he sends.

When Jeremy's doodling habit transferred over to the Snapchat pen tool, he began sending drawings on the app.

After amassing a fair following, people started offering money for personalised doodles on Snapchat.

Jeremy told BroBible: "In the beginning my drawings were really basic, but over time they've become more complex, incorporating video and emoji art. I've always been involved in the arts, especially studying film the last few years at UT Austin."

At first the 23-year-old charged $5 per picture, bashing out 200 per month.

As if $1,000 a month wasn't a tidy enough earning, after his followers sky rocketed, he's now making anywhere between $100 to $5,000 per story, and has worked with Dairy Queen and Krispy Kreme.

"The weirdest request I've drawn, was when some guy actually paid me to turn a photo of his poop into Mr. Hanky from South Park."

"I never thought I'd be able to turn it in to a job. Being able to express myself creatively through film, art, and music is really important to me. It's also gotten me back in to drawing, and I enjoy thinking of creative new videos or drawings to post on my story," he said.

Jeremy uploads each completed job to his Instagram, to build an online CV for future art commissions.

With the money the college graduate has earned, he plans to expand his business model.

"While most people waste their time scrolling through endless Facebook feeds during boring lectures, I waste time drawing crappy versions of Spongebob on Snapchat," Jeremy said.

Fair play to him.

Featured image credit: jabdosnaps via Instagram

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Topics: Money, Business, Snapchat, app