So, let’s say, hypothetically speaking, I wanted to make some extra dough, say, around the Holidays, but I didn’t want to teach piano because I’ve done that and I’m in no mood to teach a 6 year old where middle C is after school at 4:00 pm with three kids in my own house, one being under the age of one.
And let’s say, hypothetically, that I luh-hu-huved wrapping Christmas presents, so much so, that every year I buy paper that matches my tree and all the ribbons and what-not to go on it. And, I only buy the reeeally good, thick paper from Hobby Lobby when it goes half price, that is unless Hallmark has a big sale on all the (RED) paper and I buy it up.
So, now that I hypothetically love doing this, what if I had the hankering to do this wonderful service for the local-yocals in the city where I live? What if…what if I charged them a small, but good enough to put some in my pocket for safe keeping, amount of money for this service? What if I said I wrap all your gifts with really good paper from Hobby Lobby because I’m keeping the Bono paper for me-self?
What if I opened a little seasonal “Let me wrap your packages for you so you don’t have to worry about it and I can teach my sweet, precious home school kids a few things about business and community service and you can drop them off and come get them when I’m all done. The gifts, not the kids.” business?
Hmm, would gentlemen like this so called hypothetical business?
Would it work?
Would you use it?
Do you know people who would use it?
What would you call it?
Does anyone else buy paper that matches their tree?