Thursday, July 25, 2013

Weird Craigslist Job Posting of the Day: Naked Swimming For Pay!

Posted By on Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 4:36 PM

In what appears to be a recurring series of reposting weird want-ads from Craigslist, we've got the latest interesting idea from a few gentlemen (we assume) who want to pay a young lady to be a nude mermaid.

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Now, nothing against their atrocious spelling (although they misspelled "valley" for God's sake), but it seems like it takes a hell of an interesting personality set to think "y'know, there's got to be some woman out there willing to be paid to jump into a pool naked in front of a group of guys."

My thinking, of course:

1.) Is this a front for a calendar shoot? A porn shoot? Something potentially worse?
2.) How many times must one jump into this pool? Once? Twice? I'd say it probably wouldn't be worth it to drive to Oro Valley from UA just for a nude cannonball, even if it is for pay.
3.) Is pay commensurate with how naked one must get? And on that note, what if a lady is more physically gifted up top, and doesn't wish to get bottomless? Is there a cup size kicker?

Really, I could go on all day. But if you or anyone you know takes (or took, considering this was posted yesterday), would you mind dropping us a line to hear about your experience? There's something fascinatingly weird (or weirdly fascinating) about this whole situation.

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