Fiverr is a website similar in nature to Etsy. You visit seller storefronts
and for $5, can purchase a "gig." A gig is a service that the seller will provide to you
within a set time. Sounds pretty fun right? Well, you ain't seen
These women in India will put your message on their heads then dance for you
for $5, and send you the video.
For a mere $5 bill, you can hire someone to design a logo, handout 200 flyers- that say whatever you want -in China. For a "fiverr" you can have a photo drawn in pen and ink. You can have a guy in Bulgaria toss a frisbee to his dog with your business name or any message you choose on it. The dog will then retrieve it for the camera and you will receive a video of it. There's a woman who will film herself wearing a banana suit shouting your message.
Several people will read tea leaves and reveal your future. Tons of people will make
short stop motion films with your message. Voice-overs, balloons with your name/message, pets that do tricks, artists who will draw/paint for you and ALL FOR $5.
It's like the Dollar Store of services!!! And if nothing else, it's fascinating to see what people will do for 5 bucks. Seriously.
This guy will spell out your message in tennis balls.
Everything is super well organized into neat/tidy categories...fun/bizarre (my personal fave),
business, advertising, graphic design, music/audio, animation etc. Did I mention each gig is only $5?
One woman will have Justin Timberlake hold your message for you...at least it LOOKS like Justin....
There are people willing to give you a foreign language lesson for $5, pass out flyers to 300 people, or have their parrot speak your message...on video, just one of many animal tricks available using dogs, cats, hamsters etc.
Don't like your relatives? Here, a man will add you into the Cosby family.