N5M, the grave of receptionists

No one ever dreamt their future career as a receptionist at brothel. Even though I’ve seen few times Pimp as a guy’s life goal, ㅋㅋㅋ

Why? some want to be a ballerina, some want to be a doctor and maybe some want to be a teacher but why not receptionist? There’s a course for being a hotelier(or hotel receptionist), yet, if hotel’s receptionist and brothel’s receptionist do pretty much similar tasks, (such as, organise a bookings, deal with customer’s enquiries) why there’s many candidates for hotel not for brothel? Even my boss pays well if you perform “properly”, why not many people want to be a professional brothel receptionist????

Maybe because its stigma, even though it’s legal here Sydney, NSW but generally speaking, punters want to stay anonymous, so do sex workers. Apparently it’s not very proud behaviour, I mean buying or selling sex. (I didn’t say prostitution is wrong, yet, I have whole another story for it~~~ stay tuned thus.. no one wants to work at the place, where something is happening but that doesn’t seem right. (but it’s right thing! LOL)

To be honest…you don’t want to tell to your children, that you are selling pussy (even though it’s not yours but still) 😔  I didn’t tell to my mum about my previous career and either about current one. It, just sounds so wrong. I mean working as a staff where people buy and sell sex.

This job actually requires not many things. For instance, if you can speak, read and write, you are 80% eligible. Personality is important when I see the interviewer, because I don’t want to work with people who… is just not my type ㅋㅋ for example, receptionist shouldn’t be shy type, customers are so naughty always… asking what cup her bust is, how tight she is (how the fuck I know) … come to brothel for interview, don’t know what’s going on here, can’t eye-contact with half-naked girls, that’s no-no…

Sales ability is the biggest thing for my boss. He/She believes this is just god-given-talent. However, you can’t prove it in a few days because there are so many factors that affect your sales, let’s say… You have only 5 girls when it’s busy AF Friday night. or, All of sudden girls are sick, period, and just cancelled their shift. You have nothing to sell…. so.. to prove yourself are very good sales person, it takes some time..  My boss said, some people just born to be great sales man/woman. well, I partly agree.

In fact many people applied this position, however we all sacked them because we tend to pay more than most of other shops, so once we think he/she is not the right person, .. They didn’t apply this position for their long-term career, anyway.

Secretly, I was one of them. I begged begged and begged then finally could get a receptionist job, did it for 6 months, performed OK (i think 😉) and boss said I’m done because

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I think.. the person, who thinks “Prostitution is wrong”, is not eligible for receptionist or any other position in any adult parlour. If you are a waiter. How can you recommend certain food if you don’t like to eat there? How can you response/greet customers very nicely if you don’t like them? It’s just bad for both side, customers and business.

and ATTITUDE. If you think you could get a better job, but do this job because this job seems, work less and more money… lazy… lazy as fuck… it’s true, in fact receptionist could have much free time, than doctor,teacher and any others because it’s all about serving customers, like a waiter serves foods at a restaurant, if there’s no customer, time is all yours. Of course, it could be more work sometimes, though, Alternatively you can always contact customers earlier, or first, or spend more time on your marketing strategy So you can at least make shop as “not quiet” state.

Once ex told me, that He hates the guy receptionists because they have strong enough body to carrie all heavy bricks and steel reinforcements, they could work as a tradie, or something else at least, but they chose to be a receptionist even though it’s not proudful/graceful career, because it’s relatively easier to your body, plus decent money is guaranteed. I couldn’t agree more because I was in love,ㅋㅋㅋ but well now, look Eric, Garry my favourite receptionists, they do their best in their position no matter what circumstance is,.. I just don’t like people who doesn’t do their best in any situation I guess!

I don’t know what I wrote as usual, but isn’t it funny I could finish it LOL most of my posts hasn’t finished yet, wooooo hoooooooooo

 

dedicated this article to Period God, as a bribe. please give me a blood feast asap..please

 

 

Comments 13

  1. Harry Callahan 25/07/2017

    Receptionist sounds like a great second job imo but full time It’s probably like a lot of retail jobs, I’d get bored and start hating the customers.

  2. Anonymous 25/07/2017

    Receptionist sounds like a great second job imo but full time It’s probably like a lot of retail jobs, I’d get bored and start hating the customers.

  3. G$$ 27/07/2017

    Wow, Christmas. This was such a great read, especially since I was looking for a second job. I agree that receptionist sounds like a great second job and I have considered it. So it’s great to get this perspective on this kind of work. Sounds pretty cut throat at N5M though.
    I have never done receptionist work before but I can speak, read and write (English only 😞 ) so it sounds like I am 80% there, lol.
    Couldn’t agree more with this not being the job for people who think ‘prostitution is wrong’. From my experience selling wines, I found it hard selling chardonnays as its one of the few wines I don’t like. I don’t have a clue how someone would be able to sell something if they work in a place where the whole purpose of the business is something against their morals or values.

    • Chelsea 27/07/2017

      HEY!~~!! I think I missed another chance of freebies D: so many wine bottles I got for present and none of those I could enjoy D: since I’m allergic to! anyway.. as I already said, I’ll keep it up! thank you for enjoying my blog..ehhehe

  4. Anonymous 26/07/2017

    Wow, Christmas. This was such a great read, especially since I was looking for a second job. I agree that receptionist sounds like a great second job and I have considered it. So it’s great to get this perspective on this kind of work. Sounds pretty cut throat at N5M though.I have never done receptionist work before but I can speak, read and write (English only 😞 ) so it sounds like I am 80% there, lol.
    Couldn’t agree more with this not being the job for people who think ‘prostitution is wrong’. From my experience selling wines, I found it hard selling chardonnays as its one of the few wines I don’t like. I don’t have a clue how someone would be able to sell something if they work in a place where the whole purpose of the business is something against their morals or values.

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