BaoHaus Seeks Workers Who Like Pyrex and Cavalli Furs

Posted on: April 14th, 2010 at 6:33 am by

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Taiwanese joint BaoHaus, located at 137 Rivington Street, is currently seeking workers who “like Pyrex and Cavalli furs”; no shenanigans or “bum shit.”  We stumbled upon their funny job listing on Craigslist just the other day.

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To the listing:

Ok, we get it, yea you too…. I know, I know, yea you too….

We aint lookin for Mr. Me Too… We need people who like breakin down belly into buns and sell em like gobstoppers. Line Cooks, register people, if you need work, we got you. Reply with your resume in the body of the email. No attachments. Research Baohaus so you know what you are getting into. No bum shit.

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