Boston-native Joe got kicked out of his house after his parents got fed up with his drug habit. Now 26, he sleeps on the street 2-3 nights a week, and spends the rest of his time keeping clean enough to hit on girls and go home with them. Apparently, he's quite successful.
For most of this Elite Daily video, Joe seems pretty proud of his lifestyle. He enjoys waking up and doing whatever he wants. He enjoys taking advantage of women. He enjoys stealing CVS hair gel to make himself presentable. But, by the end, we get a real glimpse into the mind of someone who makes this their life:
"Never become like me. Ever. This abstract lifestyle is not for everybody." Is that just sound advice or does Joe just believe he's the only one who could "pull this shit off"?
(P.S.: Who wears fucking sunglasses during an interview? You're trying to get someone to trust you and open themselves up — let them see your eyes, at least.)