A vacancy has presented itself as a woman from Bristol, a city in England, wants to hire a decision maker for herself who would be placed on monthly salary of £2,000 (about N900,000).
The embattled woman said she’s tired of making bad decisions and is ready to outsource the job to someone else.
According to her, the person would be in charge of preventing her from making wrong decisions and also choose who she would date.
Her decisions seem to have been rather poor as she’s quite alright paying for the services of the decision maker, a handsome amount of £2,000 (about N900,000).
“Hiya, bit of a weird one I know but basically, I feel like I need someone to make my decisions for me.
“I’ve had a really rubbish year and would love for someone to take control of my life think of it a bit like a real life Bandersnatch.
“I have no idea if this sort of thing exists, but I came across clairvoyants when I was looking for another service, so I thought it was worth a shot.”
She went on to explain all of the terrible things that had happened to her lately, including losing money she loaned to a friend, getting stranded without money while backpacking in New Zealand, being abused by a former partner, and getting mugged after taking a shortcut home.
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