Woman Rents Out Her Husband to do Odd Jobs For Other Women

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Need some handy work done and don’t have a husband to help? Well, you’re in luck. One woman’s husband can be yours, and all for the low, low price of $9.99, with free delivery if you act now.

Actually, a British woman named Laura Young is indeed renting out her husband for handy work, but she is charging 40 pounds (or about $45 USD) an hour. Young, 38, is also making him available for $250 a day. So take your pick.

Fittingly, her business is called “Rent My Husband.” You can check out at rentmyhusband.com.

And guess what? It’s been a smash hit. So much so that Rent My Husband has had to set business hours, all so Young’s husband, James, can have some time to…well, you know, spend with his family.

Wife Rents Out Husband To Women For Odd Jobs

“I never expected it to take off as much as it has,” Laura said, via the Daily Mail. “We’ve only been going four months and it got to a point where there was so much work coming in that James was working six days a week.

“We’ve had to start turning jobs down and reduce our hours, so now we do Monday to Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.”

And this isn’t just helping out others. It’s also helping out James, Laura said. You see, James is autistic and getting out and doing handy work has actually become his specialty by default.

“James doesn’t come from a trade background but his grandad was a nuclear engineer, and they think he was also on the spectrum,” Laura said. “‘He’s got a very methodical mind and can think outside the box. He see’s things differently.’

And now, thanks in large part to Laura, he can he rented to help you, too.

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