Who doesn’t like a gift?
Better yet, get paid to test that giveaway.
Couples can now make money while trying to get sexy, as a British lingerie brand is looking for a couple to review items for Christmas.
The job pays £ 300 (£ 150 for each person) and requires the couple to help shortlist the best sexy underwear for their gift guide.
Unusual roles like this – such as food testers – pop up every year for Christmas as brands seek honest feedback from consumers.
A little spicier than tasting Christmas sandwiches, this profession calls for a “festive flirtation” and a “not-so-silent night”.
Pour Moi has opened applications for its latest unusual job posting, titled Christmas Lingerie Testers.
All you need to be eligible for Apple is to be in a romantic relationship, over 18, to be “adventurous” and to be open to trying out styles.
The ad reads: “We are recruiting for a new role that requires a fun, flirty and festive couple to test out our sexy lingerie sets and decide which would make the best Christmas gifts for that special someone.”
Over a two-week period, the successful couple will test items and record their thoughts.
As for homework, it wouldn’t be laborious.
Michael Thomson, owner of Pour Moi, said: “We know that sexy lingerie is one of the most popular gifts to give that special someone this Christmas, and we want to get feedback on our top products to find out. which are the most perfect to put under the Christmas tree.
“We have had tremendous success with previous couples lingerie testing roles in the past, and this is a very valuable way for us to understand how our products are used and to learn if we can make improvements – we are delighted to find the Christmas couple. for this unique role. ‘
If you think you’re in the game, job applications will close on November 5.
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