Last spring I started to play around with fiverr.com because I thought the idea was fun, and the stakes were sufficiently low that I could experiment without being too disappointed if a purchase didn’t work out. Verdict? It’s a novelty site, niche social exchange of items less useful than funny, quirky and enjoyable.
This photograph is the result of an amusing fiverr flub-up. If you can read the writing in the sand, the second sentence should have read, “Martial folly.” Instead it’s been rendered as, “Marital folly”… But maybe there’s a bizarre insight buried in that sand-o. (Come on, it can’t be a typo when scrawled in sand, can it?)