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Suggest me a nice Fiverr gig for a girl

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  1. aspe_heat

    aspe_heat Power Member

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    Hey everyone!

    I have this one nice girl I want to do something nice for, so I was thinking about getting a Fiverr gig, something like a song, but I can't find anything really good. She's a very special friend and she is going through the hard time in her life, so I need something nice to cheer her up and tell her how awesome she is!

    Any suggestions?
    Thanks :)
     
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    aspe_heat Power Member

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    Thanks a lot!
    Especially for the first gig...time to make it rain and see the girl do it! lol
     
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    Buy her some flowers and take her to dinner. I'm not sure how a Fiverr gig is going to cheer up anyone other than Fiverr and their Accountant.

    Find a job she can do for you and you market the offer. If someone I knew was going through some tough times the last people I'd recommend her to associate with, are the bottom feeders at Fiverr.

    Good luck, if you get her a gig on Fiverr, don't be surprised if she never talks again to you after she works it a few weeks.
     
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    aspe_heat Power Member

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    It's good that you know my situation so you judge me.
    Nice job.
     
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    Take the chip off your shoulder mate - I didn't judge you, just offered you a bit of advice that you asked for. If I were judging you, the words wouldn't have been near so kind.

    Judging from your response to the other comment I'd guess you're trying to exploit the girl rather than assist her. With friends like you, she sure doesn't need enemies. Maybe she has a bit of self respect left and doesn't need your poor business advice robbing her of what little dignity she still has. Sounds like she could use a real friend.
     
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    Get her a nice day at a SPA center or something nice like that, cook her something, take her out to eat or drink and LISTEN to her.

    Small things IRL matter more than a bullshit Fiverr gig where a muppet hold a 'It will be better soon'. Even taking her outside for a walk in a parc with someone who will listen an not judge her is better than a billion fiverr gig.

    Cheer her up
     
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    She moved out to the US a few years ago. Now if you all send me enough money to go to her, take her to a dinner etc. I will gladly listen to your advice.

    Until then, try to learn to stay on topic since you don't know my situation and what I want to do, obviously.
     
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