Yeah, it's like conservatives pretend they were the only ones who worked as children and teenagers whenever they give their "I worked hard and struggled too" spiel.
My family had a newspaper route to earn extra income. They hired the neighborhood kids as well as me and my sisters to roll them up and slip them into the little plastic baggies. All us kids were paid a quarter a stack. It was boring manual labor, but it was candy money for most of us - none of us were so poor that we didn't have enough food at home, except for the two kids who came down from the trailer park a mile away, in sort of dirty smelly clothes. THOSE kids were poor, and the couple of bucks they'd earn from folding papers went to buy bread and milk since their crackhead parents didn't care.