Perhaps this is a sign it's time to stop but I cringe and get incredibly irritated at the - "Is this your full time gig?" type questions... You know the ones, "How much do you make?" "Is this your only job?" Of course there's also the, "Do you feel safe?" "Aren't you scared being a woman?" "How long have you been driving for Uber?" After well over a year I still have a pretty good rating (4.92 Uber - 5.0 Lyft) but I can't handle the ****ing personal finance question - I so desperately want to turn the table on them. The safety/scared question I sometimes turn it back around and lock eyes with them and ask, "Not usually, should I be?" Or with the how long I've been driving, I'll pretend I don't understand and tell them when I started that day. It's the gall of asking someone how much money they make. What damn difference does it make if I'm full or part time? If I stopped driving tomorrow I'd be fine financially, my driving income provides "extras" for my family - maybe that's why it irritates me? I don't think so though, I'd think if I needed to drive to buy food it would piss me off even more. I am asked some permeation of these questions at least 5x/shift. It has been bothering me more and more and I am beginning to feel like I've reached my limit. I need a comeback for the hours/income question that essentially lets them know how damn rude they are without pissing them off.