The Wall Street Journal reports on the trend of Boston-area college students hiring concierges who will
wash their dick, sir "find and decorate apartments, get academic tutoring, snag coveted restaurant reservations and handle a litany of other bothersome chores."
The newspaper of the monied class naturally talks to one of the modern-day butler agencies:
AJ Rich, the 30-year-old founder of BCCG, says his service offers a "seamless transition" to college life in a new city. For many clients, he says, "It's not looked at as an indulgence, but a need."
H/t Michael Ratty.