1. Wait in Line for Your Cronuts
Waiting in the Cronut line is a major commitment in New York City. You have to wake up early, interact with strangers, and it's even worse when it's raining outside.
Why not outsource your torturous pastry experience to a TaskRabbit? Offer up a reasonable amount of dough for a few hours of early morning line-waiting. The added price is nothing when compared to saving yourself a wait in this line:
2. Help You Execute Pranks
Who better to help you pull a fast one than a friendly background-checked Internet stranger? Bring in a TaskRabbit or two to help you plan and complete an elaborate prank on a co-worker.
Of course, the complexity of the prank is up to you. Check out this guy who used a TaskRabbit to "ice" one of his work buddies.
3. Call in Reservations
Stop wasting time with difficult reservations and use a TaskRabbit. Have them call your eatery of choice at the exact time reservations open and book yourself a romantic table with a view.
4. Deliver Items Back to an Ex
Save yourself the awkwardness of exchanging clothes and possessions after a rough breakup by using a TaskRabbit for delivery and retrieval. Never again will you forfeit half of your Blu-ray collection for the sake of avoiding social awkwardness.
5. Learn How to Fix Things
"Eat for a lifetime" by paying a TaskRabbit for any sort of lesson. Hiring a handyman to fix something of yours is all well and good, but why not have him teach you how to do it yourself for a few extra bucks? Put out a request for an oil- or tire-change lesson and save yourself money in the long run.
6. Film a Family Gathering
Everyone has a family member that's become the designated group photographer. Get them out from behind the camera for once by hiring a TaskRabbit to film your next family gathering. And, if you have the money for it, hire another to edit it for you.
7. Be Your Human Alarm Clock
Have something that you absolutely cannot be late for? Have a TaskRabbit act as your morning wakeup call.
Have any ideas for a clever task? Let us know what you're thinking in the comments.
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