RentBillow-s#it you CAN’T rent! Rev. 2 (Which means I can add more stuff as soon as I remember, and change it to Rev.3)


One of my top priorities when I decided to make a website for my business, was the terms and conditions. I know that most people are like me and accept them immediately without reading them. I think is because for some reason we trust the people behind the websites. We trust that they don’t want to screw us over, and if they do we can find a way to deal with it. I believe that, because when I made my terms I made them thinking in protecting my customers.

Anyway, one very important part of these terms is stuff you can’t rent at It’s OK if you don’t read the short and concise 19 pages of T&C I dearly prepared for you, as long as you read this part…

Some of the stuff you shouldn’t put up for rent:

People. – Can’t rent people. 4 people I know immediately asked if they could rent a boyfriend. Bless their heart, but no. Not on this website. (The revision was here, another woman asked for a boyfriend rental)

Pets. – Same reasons mentioned above. Don’t be weird.

Underwear. – One word. Eww.

False documents. – I hope I am not giving you ideas. But this is a nay-nay.

Any kind of firearms/ammo/etc. – Don’t even Steven.

Drugs and medical accessories. – Seriously? No way Jose.

Surveillance devices. – No spying, hijacking, etc. Just keep checking his/her Facebook 55 times a day as usual.

Stolen stuff. – So not only do you steal it, but you want to make more profit by renting it? Shame on you!

Dangerous & Illegal possessions. – Do I really need to explain why this is forbidden?

Pirated goods. – One word. R-E-S-P-E-C-T!

Explosives or anything related (even fireworks). – NO!

Pornography. – We shall all keep it in our pants. Shall we? Yes, we shall.

Anything that your common sense tells you might not be a good idea, don’t put it up for rent. If you are in doubt, email us at


Anabella Watson




One thought on “RentBillow-s#it you CAN’T rent! Rev. 2 (Which means I can add more stuff as soon as I remember, and change it to Rev.3)

  1. Hi Annabella,

    We have something in common: we built a website to promote our business! I really admire how professional this looks>>

    Like you, it took me awhile to figure out where to begin with my business platform on WP. I knew what I wanted to say, but I didn’t know how.

    I really appreciate you following my blog: I’m still learning and I hope to get any feedback from you on the presentation of my business platform. I look forward to hearing from you . Contact me at anytime. 🙂


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