|WEEK IN CRAIG: THE BABIES HAVE ARRIVED.|
|By Amy Blair||
Every spring for the past couple of years, the Bronx Zoo has plastered the subways with advertisements announcing the birth of the year's latest litter of animal babies. They'll show a baby giraffe, or something, and show a sweater with a long turtleneck and casually inform you that the babies have arrived. It's clever marketing, and inevitably draws my depressed, hungover self out to the Bronx some Saturday morning per year to catch a glimpse of the little guys.
What can I say? I'm a sucker for a baby gorilla.
This week's hot topic on Craigslist -- office interns -- was like those Bronx Zoo advertisments: "The Babies Have Arrived." I hadn't really thought about it, but, hot crap, people, spring has sprung and a new crop of nineteen-year-old hotties have invaded the workplace.
Let's go to the zoo!
Welcome to the work world, kids!
yea i have a couple of hotties in my office as well - but the more important questions is- (where do they go after work and at night?). trust me i would try and work the ones in my office if i didnt think my boss would frown upon it. so i guess i will have to seek ones from other places of business. anyone have any ideas on where they might lurk???
Introducing CraigsList Intern Swap!
That's why interns are so brilliant. They're young, powerless, and best of all -- leaving in three months.
I wish I could relate with the cute interns at work. We have all dudes for interns.
Thus, to get everybody in on the intern action -- even those with dudes for interns -- it was suggested that everyone (the interns and the full-time employees who love them) head over to Third and Long to gawk at each other's hot, unpaid, young Xeroxers and hopefully make a swap or two.
re: interns (3rd long - or wherever)
Of course, these Missed Connections gatherings are suggested just about every week, instructing attendees to 'signal' that they're from Craigslist by wearing red, pulling on their ear, or generally looking alone, frightened, and eager to get trashed. However, against all odds, it never seems that anyone actually goes to these things.
Okay, here's the plan
Not a bad idea, indeed. To get the ball rolling, everyone send pictures of your hot co-workers and interns to the Black Table as soon as possible. We'll be sure to put them to good use.
THE POST OF THE WEEK.
I swear to God
WEEK IN CRAIG: MUCH ADO ABOUT
Amy Blair is eager to be called horrible names on Craig's List. Bring it.