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You can get paid to watch Friends – and could this be anymore perfect?

Attention all Friends superfans! There’s a company that’s now offering to pay you to sit and watch the show.

University ranking website Best Value Schools has announced that they’re looking for five people to join their team for a new project, which literally just involves watching Friends and posting on social media about it.

For a not-too-shabby $1,000 (£725) the five candidates will have to put their feet up on the sofa and relive the first five seasons of their favourite show.

Ross and Rachel’s first kiss? The London episodes? Rachel’s doomed wedding to Barry the orthodontist which kick started the whole show? So many classic moments to enjoy all over again.

Once they’re done, the fans have to rank the episodes, and post their conclusions online.

It’s 44 hours 39mins of work, all episodes in, so why not earn some money for something you would probably be doing for free anyway?

The beloved series still holds up after 25 years (Picture: NBC)

Unfortunately, as with all good things, it comes with a catch, and volunteers have to be living in the US in order to apply.

You will also need to be over 18 and be active on social media.

Winners will be given a Friends TV show watching kit to make the most of their new job – including a mug, a t-shirt, a blanket to get snuggly under, and the entire box set.

Relive all the best moments of the gang’s shenanigans (Picture: NBC)

This is pretty much the dream way to spend lockdown so why not give it a go if you can?

To apply head to the website, explain on the application why you should be picked, and wait to hear back.

Good luck!

Friends is available on HBO Max in the US and Netflix in the UK.


Credit: Original article published here.

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