Twin Peaks "Breastaurant" in Scottsdale Redefines a Woman's Dream Job

ATTENTION, LADIES: Forget everything you've imagined your true dream job could be -- it's wrong! WRRRRRRONG!

Twin Peaks, the Dallas-based "breastaurant" chain (an actual term used to describe restaurants that employ scantily clad women as waitresses), is busting into opening its first Arizona location this month and offering nearly 100"dream jobs" at what's being termed a casting call from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, January 6, at its new location at 8787 East Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard (in the old Earl's restaurant) in Scottsdale.

Billing itself as "the ultimate man cave," and featuring food, draft beer, and TVs in a mountain lodge setting, the sports bar is offering dream jobs to "Scottsdale's perkiest girls" (NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED!), who have been asked to "dress to impress and bring their big, bubbly personalities" to the on-site interview.

Think a dream job for a woman can't get any better? THINK AGAIN. Wait 'til you hear the perks!

In addition to a fun work environment, flexible scheduling, and tips, the Twin Peaks dream job for women (also known as a server) includes tanning and fitness packages, employee contests to win shopping sprees and vacations, wearing a "lumber-jill" outfit to work everyday, and a chance to appear in the national 2013 Twin Peaks Calendar.

Dream job responsibilities include serving food and beer while entertaining tables with "lively conversation."

Wait a sec, whose "dream" is this, exactly?

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