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Job Hunting? U Street Bar Seeks Bartenders for Weekly Swingers Party

by Borderstan.com — October 24, 2011 at 8:00 am 5 Comments

She probably works REALLY hard for the money. (Luis Gomez Photos)

From Mike Kohn. Have some news Mike missed? Email him at [email protected] or find him on Twitter @mike_kohn.

As an HR guy, I write a good number of job ads, so I’ve done my research to know what I want to put up for applicants and what I would probably leave it. Here’s a moderately horrifying one about opportunities in the neighborhood, courtesy of that endless source of entertainment, Craigslist. In case the link is pulled down by the time you get to this, here’s the full text:

We are a bar on U Street seeking women of color to bartend in lingerie for our weekly swingers party. You do not need to be a swinger, but must be comfortable with the lifestyle. We currently have a great staff and are looking to add a couple more. On average, our women make 5-700 per 6 hour shift. If interested, email us a face picture, a body picture (nude/lingerie preferrable), a bartending resume, and a little about you. These parties take place on Friday and Saturday nights, so must be available from 9-3. Looking to hire ASAP for this week’s party.

Yes, we realize the photo above doesn’t quite match the description, but we felt it might help start your Monday off with a smile.

And please, leave a comment and let us know if you apply. The promised nightly compensation should get some takers in today’s economy.

Comments (5)

  1. As long as I can’t hear any music, and I don’t see anyone smiling or sitting outside, I’ll likely not race to file a petition against this.

  2. Innocent Bystander

    The compensation is mouth-watering, not to mention all the stories to tell after closing time. Plus, you may actually make more at the job over filing an EEOC complaint. Good luck on the job interview everyone.

  3. Think of the Children

    It would interesting to see how many “Family Values” politicians from both DC and Congress show up! Time for some LA style cheap journalism!

  4. As long as this bar (and don’t you just want to know WHICH ONE it is) does not apply for an outdoor patio license, they’re probably fine. There is something about al fresco dining that seems to make the neighborhood NIMBYs nuts.

  5. LMAO! COBALT promises this is NOT us.

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