The first time audience lay eyes upon The Dude, he is writing out a test for 69 cents so he should purchase some part and part for his loved beverage of selection. Obviously, this isn’t a person of method.
But, The Dude lives with out roommates in Los Angeles, traditionally probably the most dear towns within the nation. Because the narrator (Sam Elliott) explains, The Dude is within the operating for “laziest in Los Angeles county,” and even if it is all smartly and excellent that “on occasion there is a guy” that matches proper into his time and position, how does that guy feed himself if he does not have 3 quarters to rub in combination?
The largest clue to The Dude’s monetary viability may well be the meek, amiable perspective of his landlord, Marty (Jack Kehler). The Dude attends Marty’s dance cycle, or even brings two buddies alongside, which isn’t most effective splendidly supportive however obviously purchasing him extra time to pay his already late hire.
Even after the occasions of the movie, The Dude (or His Dudeness, or Duder, or El Duderino in case you are now not into the entire brevity factor) does not stroll away with any of the monetary windfalls more than a few “shoppers” have promised him, so his long run is unclear. By some means, this Dude abides in everlasting self-imposed poverty within the town of angels.