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Playboy Bunnies Must Pass Math Tests To Win Jobs, Says Former Morgan Stanley Derivatives Saleswoman Looking To Hire Them

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Remember Judy Joo? She's the woman who interned at Goldman Sachs and then spent four years in fixed income research and derivative sales at Morgan Stanley before saying good-bye to John Mack and becoming a chef. She studied at the French Culinary Institute and then worked as a pastry chef at Restaurant Gordon Ramsay and now she's getting her very own kitchen, heading the restaurant at the new London Playboy Club. Joo's very excited, of course, and hopes everyone working in London and visiting for business will pop over to eat some food served by some bunnies, who will "have the honor of wearing the iconic uniform of their predecessors -- silk bodice, bow tie, wrist cuffs and of course bunny ears and fluffy tail.” Knowing how her former colleagues can be real insufferable pricks when it comes to members of the waitstaff, however, getting bent out of shape if the people serving them food are simply hot but not super smart, Joo has preemptively allayed any fears about the intelligence level of her girls.

“The whole thing about being a Playboy bunny is not just about being a pretty face with a rocking body: It’s about having a personality," she said. "These bunnies are going through many different types of tests, even math, to get a position, so they’re looking for a well-rounded individual who is smart.

Bunnies are also encouraged to sit for the Level 3 CFA exam, says a club representative.

Don’t underestimate that human representation of the Oryctolagus Cuniculus helping to relieve you of your bonus at the gaming tables: “Bunny Dealers need mental-arithmetic abilities comparable to a city broker,” the club said.

And if you are a City broker with an ass comparable to a Bunny- do know they are currently accepting resumes.


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