It's pretty much every movie fan's dream to get paid to watch films, and if you're a particular fan of the Fast & Furious franchise then today might be your lucky day.
Practically everyone has heard of the Fast & Furious movies, even if it's only thanks to all the 'nothing is stronger than family' memes, but someone wants to pay a person $1,000 (£800) to sit down and see them all.
The franchise is an entertainment juggernaut which has managed to turn a movie series about driving cars very fast into a multi-billion dollar franchise - so they must be doing something right.
Even then all good things must come to an end as the final movie will premiere in 2025, and bring the main streak of Fast & Furious films to a close - though of course there's still mileage in potential spin-offs.
If you want to catch up on all the carnage and get paid for it, then there's a job opportunity in it for you. Someone wants an avid watcher to go through all the movies and take notes on all the vehicular damage sustained on screen.
You'd have to make notes of every bit of damage caused, what car got damaged in which way, and how many times a vehicle got smashed up over the course of a movie for each film in the franchise.
While totting up the damage caused by car crashes might sounds like the antithesis of a good time, it's all for a good cause.
FinanceBuzz is offering someone the chance to make money as their 'Fast & Furious claims adjuster' because they want to put together some insurance figures for the 'reckless driving' (that's a hell of an understatement) we see in the films.
They also want to know if Dom Toretto and his crew have ended up becoming more or less destructive over the years.
On top of all of that, they're also willing to chuck another $100 your way to cover any costs incurred in the movie marathon, whether that be paying to get your hands on the films or to fund your snack budget.
While you might not enjoy having to pause the movies over and over again to work out what sort of damage was done to a car there are significantly worse ways to pocket $1,000.