Job Opening: Prostitute.
April 16, 2002 4:16 AM   Subscribe

Job Opening: Prostitute. 'Secondary education required, prior experience not necessary.'
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Link not linking to article of that description - links to "Cabinet's Dismissal Expected".
posted by Melinika at 5:06 AM on April 16, 2002

Unless you really hate the Dutch Prime Minister.
posted by Grangousier at 5:19 AM on April 16, 2002 probably meant his title to be more of a metaphor. You know, government officials...prostitutes. Just my thoughts though.
posted by JaxJaggywires at 5:21 AM on April 16, 2002

The soon to be ex-Dutch PM has a cool name.
posted by vbfg at 5:23 AM on April 16, 2002

Heh...actually, no. Apparently I screwed up the link, but I appreciate being credited with more humour and wit than I actually have. Let's try this again.

This is the article I meant to link to.
posted by at 5:26 AM on April 16, 2002

posted by Spoon at 5:26 AM on April 16, 2002

This is wierder and wierderer.

She would be required to explain how the business worked, but would not be required to engage in sex.

What kind of prostitute isn't required to have sex? It's not exactly the prestige job title to take if it's not actually the job you're doing I wouldn't have thought.

And how do you explain how the business works?

"Do you want cash up front?"

"Up the rear is more expensive."
posted by vbfg at 5:43 AM on April 16, 2002

What kind of prostitute isn't required to have sex?

That would be a receptionist, rather than a prostitute. In the business I believe they are referred to as "maids".
posted by Grangousier at 5:49 AM on April 16, 2002

Ah.... metaphor....

I think my wit-detector isn't turned on when I wake up this early.

(Yes, I realize it was the wrong link anyway. =P)

I wonder what kind of a resume you would submit? "Yes, I worked in fast food service, so I know all about smiling even when the customer is a jerk." Imagine the interview.
posted by Melinika at 6:23 AM on April 16, 2002

The situation involving the Dutch government is now the subject of a posting with a more literal title. (Just in case any of you weren't looking for actual whores.)
posted by pracowity at 6:36 AM on April 16, 2002

vbfg, if you'll read it again, you'll see they're talking about two different jobs, both at the same brothel. One, a prostitute; the other, a reception/barmaid position.

Possibly related: frequently asked questions for those opening / working for / hiring escort agencies.

I recall, Melinka, that the Mayflower Madam preferred not to hire girls with prostitution experience. They were too coarse, for one, and they were so used to pimps scouring them that they caused her no end of trouble. (And not all her clients wanted sex, anyway.)
posted by dhartung at 7:33 AM on April 16, 2002

dhartung, that makes sense. I mean, look at the market for "amateur" pr0n. Or even that porn movie article by Jonathan Ames posted yesterday.... the girls he seems to fixate on are the relatively inexperienced ones.
posted by Melinika at 7:43 AM on April 16, 2002

vbfg, you seem to forget that you don't pay a prostitute for sex so much as you pay her to leave afterwards.
posted by Settle at 11:45 AM on April 16, 2002

heh heh heh "job opening" :-)
posted by Settle at 11:53 AM on April 16, 2002

What are the hours?
posted by jonmc at 7:48 PM on April 16, 2002

I hadn't thought of it that way Settle. Either way in fact. :)
posted by vbfg at 1:23 AM on April 17, 2002

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