Babe In Boyland
Anonymous auto-show model shows the funny, sometimes creepy, side of her gig
Not only is that likely the lamest pickup line you could ever throw out to a spokesmodel on the floor of a major auto show, it's also a very entertaining blog.
Although DYCWTC still has that new-car smell (the very first post went up only two weeks ago), the anonymous product-specialist author has already managed to pen a couple of posts for Jalopnik about how one becomes a "booth babe" (that phrase just weirds me out for some reason), thanks no doubt to her own very funny posts about everything from racist grandpas to yesterday's electrical fire at the Audi booth at NAIAS to the Unnecessary Truck phenomenon.
So, if you'd rather get a behind-the-scenes look at the realities of someone who is professionally pretty (and don't dare forget professionally trained: Product specialists, according to DYCWTC, are trained by the same engineers who design the vehicles, and have access to confidential industry information) than read my colleague's take on the men who should be staffing the booths to appeal to the largely female car-buying demographic, head here.
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