Is this the dirtiest job on the web?


IT’S a dirty job but someone’s got to do it. Website is offering cash for professional reviews of New York’s best and worst facilities.

ToiletFinder creator Michael Li is inviting applicants to post witty reviews of bathrooms that have not yet been rated on the site, promising $20 for each “good entry.”

“Be creative, helpful and slightly disgusting,” Li says. “Not necessarily in that order, LOL. Remember, the goal is to have fun while helping to make peoples’ lives easier.”

Li will award his favorite contributor an ongoing $100-a-day copywriting job and a share of the website’s profits.


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