So my partner and I have decided that we would like a hot guy to clean our apartment in underwear or a jockstrap. Of course once the cleaning is done we would like to have some fun. How should we go about finding said person? Btw we are in DC.
You and your partner are oxygen pirates.
Stay classy,and keep voting Republican.
So you want a whore. Why do you need to announce this here? Go create your post on Craigslist and leave us out of it.
Save your money and get out of an apartment.
I can't tell you how much I'd love to do that, R7
Lots of ads for this on CL.
OP here. This has been more challenging than expected. We have had to filter through some "special" responses. We haven't found the right fit yet. We aren't rushing it though. Been enjoying your hilarious comments, but helpful ones are also welcomed. :)
what were some of the more "Special" ones?
OP here. Highlights of the responses:
-"I'm not a maid" (after telling him we want the bathroom, cleaned, floors done, etc)
-after telling one guy we weren't interested because we were looking for someone younger and hotter he responded back with a paragraph rant about how we have AIDS and probably send out pix of ourselves from 30 years ago. It was very entertaining.
-one included a link to Andrew Christian and wanted us to provide the jockstrap
-one wanted to be rimmed while scrubbing out bathtub
-lots of faceless, discreet guys
We are actually interviewing 3 different guys over the course of the next week. Will keep you updated.
I have a difficult time reconciling two grown men paying someone to clean their house in underwear or a jock, yet retaining the cheek to reject an application on the basis they're 'looking for someone younger and hotter.'
Apparently beggars can be choosers.
they're not beggars; they job-creators!
Seriously, can you imagine trying to clean somebody's place with them leering at you and drooling for a little play time after?
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