Idahoans Can Get Paid $1000 For Hosting a Virtual Brunch With Their Own Friends
During quarantine, did you get your friends together with your friends for a virtual happy hour? If you did and it was a smash, why not do it again...and get paid for it!
My friends and I got together gave it a shot via Facebook messenger during the first week of Governor Little's "Stay Home" order and my husband forbid me from doing another one. Why? Because watching me interact with my friends online was like watching my 96 year-old grandfather turn on a computer for the first time. I was shouting at my computer because for some reason I thought it was the only way they'd be able to hear me. I drove him absolutely nuts and it only got worse the more wine I drank "with my friends."
If your virtual happy hours went a lot smoother than ours, you need to check out this dream job from WhistleOut! They're trying to determine which video chatting platform is the best for friends and family members to use for keeping in touch while social distancing and they need your help. One lucky candidate will get paid $1,000 to host three different virtual brunches with their own friends on three different video chat platforms. WhistleOut will also give you a $300 Grubhub gift card so you can send your friends some fancy brunches while they're video chatting with you. After your brunches, you just need to answer a few simple questions about each platform and which one was your favorite.
You get to pick three platforms from a list of five:
Up for the challenge? Raise a mimosa and fill out your application before May 15 by clicking HERE!