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November 28, 2010

COLLEGE

They call themselves the "Hangover Helpers."

For $15 per roommate, CU graduates Alex Vere-Nicoll and Marc Simons will come to a house after a party, bring breakfast burritos, Gatorade and clean -- ridding the home of sticky red plastic cups and beer stains.

(Thanks to Jeff Meyerson)

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Sounds like a wild bargain to me.

But do they bring bloody Marys?

Typical college student: "What is this 'cleaning' of which you speak?"

They are so going to be rich.

I'd hope that was $15 per party attendee or that would have been an excellent deal for my two roommates after our 30-person party!

Scott, I was thinking the same thing. Either the price is wrong, or these people are obviously morons. No way, would even illegal immigrant labor work for that little.

That's just a lure...once they're in, there's the vomit surcharge, the hazmat surcharge, and the unknown discharge surcharge.

...and don't forget the 'Chicken Soup for the Sozzled Soul'

Cleanup=Restash the stash.

What they failed to mention is it's $15.00 per roommate to clean the house. It's an extra $500 to keep them from sending pictures of the house, and you in your post party state, to your parents.

It mentions that with the tips they get they think they are doing pretty good. Wonder if any of these "tips" come from people still passed out on the floor, people still in bed who aren't sure where their pants are, etc. Finders keepers!

Good point. Salvage rights.

After a frat house kegger, I imagine it would be salvage rights.

At the very least, it should be $15 per beer pong participant.

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