Facebook ad of Aussie trucker who offers “rent-a-daddy” services is going viral

“Trying out a new career move to get away from trucks so everybody get onboard and support your boy. Rent a daddy today.”

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Thinking of switching jobs? Not a bad idea, really, but what field would you like to try yourself in?

An Aussie trucker thought really hard about it and came up with a brilliant idea that took the whole world by storm.

He took to Facebook and offered his services as a rent-a-daddy. Yes, you read it right. He obviously knew how hard it is for some dads to be there whenever their kids need them, so he decided to step up for them and for single moms as well and charge for his services.

Source: Facebook

Based on what he has to offer, it looks like Jake James (or Orr according to some) of Blue Haven, Australia, is the guy to contact whenever you need someone to fill in the role of your kids’ daddy.

Some of the services he offers are his presence at school pick-ups and drop-offs, “all sporting events” and “up to three activities of the kids’ choice”. The costs of his services start at $30. On top of all this, Jake offers “three hours of instructional learning of valuable life skills”, such as car maintenance and lawn mowing.

Source: Facebook

However, this guy goes even further and says that for additional amount of money he would even come to family events, birthday parties, and Sunday afternoons.

No one really knows whether he posted his ad which is captioned “Trying out a new career move to get away from trucks so everybody get onboard and support your boy. Rent a daddy today,” for real or just for laugh, but what everyone knows is that it is both unique and hilarious. It definitely caught the attention of many and people are posting very positive comments. One person writes, “I don’t have kids but can I still rent you? I have fur babies if that counts,” while another adds, “I actually think it’s a good idea, good on this man for wanting to step up…where do I apply?”

Source: Facebook

Well, what do you think of this?