A new Japanese company is now offering what they call middle-aged-guy-Rental.
Everyone says they are just too busy these days. With so much running around to do and not enough time, a little help for daily chores is nice.
Japan is reportedly one country that has many human rentals available for personal errand services, but they are usually on the younger side and not as experienced. A Japanese company is now offering what they call Middle-Aged-Guy-Rental.
It’s marketed as ideal for customers who don’t want to deal with a 20-something year old and perhaps have to teach them how to do the tasks.
The older employees work for approximately $10 an hour. The business is just starting up, so as of right now, there are only 2 middle-aged guys who offer different services including being a gaming buddy or a partner in conversation.
The older men can also run errands. One of the males is a 65-year-old former baseball players and current sports commentator while the other is a 46-year-old college fashion professor, meaning that in addition to their maturity, they also provide a little extra knowledge in the world of clothing and popular competitive activities.
What do you think of this service? Are you game for it?