When you are feeling a little down, it often pays to take time out and do something a little self-indulgent.
We all have things we like to do, which help us to become more grounded at times of stress or allow us to
experience laughter when feeling a little low. Some may like to engage in meditation, some prefer to spend time with
good friends or family, and others like to go for a walk in beautiful countryside to get away from it all.
Even if you have a tried and tested method, it never does any harm to try something new.
If you have a little bit of money to spare, I think I may have found just what you need to raise your spirits.
I quote directly from the very reasonable attempt at English on the
Rent-A-German website which I
encourage you to visit.
"Imagine to appear with your German at parties, family events, or just hang out with them at the
local shopping center.
"No matter which occasion you choose, you will surely impress your environment by presenting an
There are now 240 genuine Germans to choose from, all guaranteed to raise a smile on even the darkest of days.
Here are a couple of quotes from satisfied customers:-
"I will never forget, when I went to the beach with the German.
My friends had a good time, eating chicken with him under the sun of Ipanema beach. Next time,
I will buy him a new swimming trouser."
Leila R., 36 (Rio de Janeiro)
"It was awesome! Having a German at the office for a week was a huge success! Since then, my
relationship with my co-workers has improved big time! Iíll definitely do it again- It was, like,
oh my god, this is so it!"
Adam G., 48 (San Francisco)
I think the evidence speaks for itself. What are we all waiting for?
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