Charley Cooper, Georgetown sophomore, has a problem. He’s just so… busy. Classes, part-time job, lifestyle maintenance, it’s all too much. So he’s advertising for a personal assistant. The successful candidate will do Charley’s laundry, schedule his haircuts, drive him to and from his part time job, gas up his car, etc. For $10-$12/hour.
I’m pretty sure that the whole point of college was to learn to manage your life alongside your other responsibilities without your mom around. Paying someone to be your mom seems like cheating. But maybe I’m just old school like that. What do you all think? A triumph of capitalism? A spoiled brat?