Baohaus Seeking Astronauts for Its Workforce

Posted on: December 13th, 2010 at 6:18 am by

The frequent job listings for Baohaus at 137 Rivington Street are becoming increasingly hilarious with each successive Craigslist post. Indeed, we’ve already seen attempts in the recent past to attract those with a love of Pyrex and Billy Jean.  Chef restauranteur Eddie Huang sure knows how to entertain with his “help wanted” ads.

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To the listing:

Are you futuristic like puffy vests and moon boots? Do you like rollin like a big shot? Chevy tuned up like a nascar pit stop? Ice cream, Ice cream, Ice cream paint job.

If you are cooler than a polar bears toenails and want money stacks bigger than mail order brides, Baohaus is for you. We are hiring. Holla back. 137 Rivington St. Include resume in the body of the email. Part of being an astronaut is that you get shit done and show up on time, so, if you want puffy vests without putting in work, you should probably stand alone, gettin dome from a thick chick in sandals.

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